Mark 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.
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.
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.
The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency is planning to take its historic cable cars and streetcars off the streets during and after Sunday’s 49ers playoff game.
Court Grants Temporary Restraining Order To Family Of Brain-Dead Girl On Ventilator At Oakland Hospital
Family of 13-year-old girl declared brain-dead Children’s Hospital Oakland has obtained a temporary restraining order to keep her on life support.
The bowl game, held at AT&T Park, has donated more than 300,000 meals to organizations in San Francisco since 2002.
Caltrans officials said on Monday that they are on track to install new steel saddles for all of the broken bolts that were found on the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge earlier this year.
More elementary school kids in Contra Costa and Alameda counties miss school than students in almost any other county in California according to a new report which says state truancy is at crisis levels.
The cocktails were flowing Thursday evening at The Palace Hotel, in celebration of the return of the Pied Piper of Hamelin mural.
Pilots flying into San Francisco International Airport will once again be able to land with the help of an important piece of equipment that was out of service when an Asiana Airlines flight crash landed last month.
With another BART strike looming, commuters may have to find an alternate way of getting around.