Mike Colgan, who has worked in Bay Area radio for more than 40 years, has been at KCBS since 1988. Other stops include a 13 year stint at KFRC, then known as the Big 610.
Mike is assigned to the KCBS Silicon Valley Bureau. He has covered many of the biggest Bay Area stories over the last four decades, including the Moscone/Milk assassinations.
An avid sports fan, Mike grew up in San Francisco. He also loves playing backgammon and staying fit. What he enjoys most though is spending time with his two young grandsons.
Friday marked six months since San Jose raised its minimum wage from $8 to $10 an hour.
In a near unanimous decision, San Jose police officers have rejected the city’s latest one-year contract offer, which included a three-percent raise.
The largest free hotel for veterans undergoing medical care has opened in Palo Alto. The $17 million state-of-the-art Defenders Lodge can accommodate up to 104 vets.
More than 50 people are taking part in a three-day march focusing on the polarization of wealth in Silicon Valley.
A Mountain View city councilman is proposing a cap on the amount of vehicles that can park at the Google complex as the daily gridlock has become an increasing frustration for both the company’s employees and the area’s residents.
SUNNYVALE (KCBS) – Sunnyvale has closed the window on payday lenders, enacting an ordinance Wednesday that caps the number of such businesses allowed in the city. The new law allows for six payday establishments, with [...]
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed, who drew national attention as a result of his successful pension reform campaign is in the spotlight again. This time his proposal is to amend the California constitution to further those goals with a ballot measure in the November election.
Former Santa Clara County Supervisor George Shirakawa, who entered a guilty plea back in May to misuse of taxpayer and campaign funds, was due back in court Friday afternoon.
A woman riding a bicycle was killed Wednesday afternoon after colliding with a vehicle on Skyline Boulevard in the mountains of San Mateo County.
Fun and games are over for some pre-kindergartners in Silicon Valley with the new Educare program unveiled Tuesday that would put them in school for a full eight-hour day, year round.