Mark Seelig

markseelig20100908 kcbs 0152r1 Mark SeeligMark Seelig was born and raised in the Bay Area…having grown up listening to local radio, including KFRC, KCBS, and KRQR.   He realized at an early age that he wanted to make radio a career, so he set off to college to make it happen.

Twenty-five years, and 3 radio stations later…he’s finally back home doing something that he hardly considers work.

Mark says the best part of news radio is that everyday is guaranteed to be different.  He is happiest when he’s reporting out in the field, meeting people, and digging for stories.

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Family Of Sonoma County Man Who Killed Himself During Police Standoff File Suit

Family members of a Sonoma County man have filed suit over what they say was an unnecessary military-style escalation during a standoff with Sherriffs deputies.


New Year's Eve Party (credit: Brian Killian/Getty Images)

Just In Time For New Year’s Eve: New App Released To Find Bars, Clubs That Have Benefits For Designated Drivers

Designated drivers will be getting some appreciation this New Year’s Eve as new mobile app, offered by state traffic safety officials, will indicate which bars have special perks for the sober drivers who’ve volunteered to keep their friends safe.


Pro-police demonstration in Vallejo.

Dozens Gather At Pro-Police Rally In Vallejo

After weeks of demonstrations against police brutality around the Bay Area, some residents in Vallejo came out to rally in support of police officers.


Tensions ran high at a town hall meeting held by police chief Greg Suhr after a fatal officer involved shooting in SF's Bernal Heights neighborhood. (CBS)

Family Of Man Fatally Shot By SFPD In Bernal Heights Call Medical Examiner’s Report Defamatory

Supporters of Alejandro Nieto, the man shot and killed by San Francisco police last march in Bernal Heights, are calling the medical examiner’s report that rules his death a homicide defamatory


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Poll Shows Bay Area Voters Losing Political Appetite For President Obama

An increasing amount of registered voters have lost their political appetite for President Obama according to a new Field Poll. The poll shows a sizable decline in the president’s job approval rating.


Condolences Left Outside Robin Williams' Tiburon Home

Tiburon Neighbors Mourn Loss Of Robin Williams

Flowers were laid at the front gate the actor’s tan stucco, single-story home on the west side of the Tiburon peninsula, where friends and neighbors described the world famous comedy icon as generous with his time and very down to earth.


Cal names H. Michael Williams interim athletic director, replacing Sandy Barbour. (photo credit: Mark Seelig)

Cal Taps Alum Michael Williams To Replace Barbour As Athletic Director

UC Berkeley wrestling coach and alum H. Michael Williams has been tapped to replace outgoing Athletic Director Sandy Barbour.


Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling looks on from his seat during a game against the Utah Jazz at Staples Center on October 23, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

Virgin America— Other Firms, Drops L.A. Clippers Sponsorship

The continuing fallout from the racist comments allegedly made by Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling is now affecting the team’s sponsorships. Meanwhile, the NAACP L.A. chapter is revoking an award Sterling was set to get and is returning his donations.


Police on the scene of a fatal train crash where a teen girl was killed on the tracks in Martinez. (CBS)

8th Grader’s Dropped Cellphone May Have Led To Deadly Martinez Train Wreck

A 14-year-old girl was fatally struck by a freight train traveling through Martinez Sunday evening, police said. A family friend said she ran back to get her phone and was sucked under the train as it approached.


This chalk portrait of Matthew Shepard, the 21-year-old who was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime in Wyoming in 1998 was turned in to the lost and found at BART.

Gay Hate Crime Victim’s Portrait Winds Up At BART Lost And Found

The search is on for the artist of a special chalk portrait of Matthew Shephard discovered on a BART train earlier this month. KCBS reporter Mark Seelig says the piece is now being cared for in Colorado.