Reporter and anchor Patti Reising joined KCBS in 1995 after working as a reporter and anchor at sister station KNX in Los Angeles. At KNX, Patti won praise for her anchoring of the station’s live O.J. Simpson trial coverage. In 1994, Patti was named Reporter of the Year in the Associated Press Award and has also won the Radio-Television News Directors Association awards for documentary, feature, enterprise, series, use of sound, and investigative reporting.
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Patti graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1983 and went on to work as a news anchor and reporter at stations in Sacramento, Santa Maria and Paso Robles. She was the news director, anchor, and reporter at K101 in San Francisco before moving to Los Angeles in 1992 to work at KNX.
A Stanford doctor is helping her patients write a last letter to loved ones as a way of healing emotional pain and minimizing regret at the end of life in what’s known as the Stanford Friends and Family Letter project.
Putting on the pounds could cut short your life, according to research, and the news is especially bad if you’re a man.
Stanford researchers have opened up an etiquette school of sorts – for robots.
The new Executive Director of California Academy of Sciences, Dr. Jonathon Foley, says institutions like his play an important role in filling educational gaps, but is also popular among adults.
Illegal marijuana farms may be to blame for the dwindling population of an elusive mammal many have never seen—the Pacific fisher.
San Francisco gastrophiles can rejoice with the announcement of the 2014 James Beard Award winners. The Slanted Door, known for modern Vietnamese cooking, won the award for Outstanding Restaurant.
The National Football League and other professional leagues favor legislation by Central Valley Assemblyman Henry Perea to close what they see as a loophole that athletes with tenuous connections to the state to file for what’s known as cumulative injuries that occur after years of playing.
The SoMa StrEat Food Park showcases a rotation of up to 10 food trucks and is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
The Lady Washington has historical connections as it was the first U.S.-flagged vessel to visit the Japanese mainland back in 1791.
Eco Top Chef Marin is seen as a fun, hands-on event for middle school kids while also serving its educational purposes.