Tim Ryan graduated from CSU Chico with a Journalism degree and worked at KSRO Radio Santa Rosa and WCCO News/Talk CBS station in Minneapolis from 1982 through 2000. After several stints with CBS Radio out of NY he made his way to the Bay Area joining KCBS in 2005.
Tim was live on the air from Candlestick Park when the Loma Prieta earthquake struck in 1989, continuing his coverage for days on a borrowed bicycle. He was embedded with the CA National Guard for 11 days after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast in 2005. Tim commutes to work on Caltrain and his bicycle.
A watchdog group that tracks what government workers are paid in California suggests that BART and others are handing out overtime pay like it’s leftover Halloween candy.
A one-year-long study found ridership booming between 2012 and 2014.
BART says new technology can quiet the screeching that has many riders sticking their fingers in their ears by about half.
San Francisco’s Embarcadero and Ferry Building are vulnerable to collapse in a large earthquake, and it could take billions of dollars to fix it, according to a new study commissioned by the Port.
LGBTQ-Themed Mural In San Francisco’s Mission District Repeatedly Vandalized Just Ahead Of Pride Festivities
For the third time now, a gay, lesbian and transgender-themed mural in San Francisco’s Mission District has been defaced with spray paint.
San Francisco’s Department of Public Health maintains that about half of the city’s estimated 300 massage parlors are fronts for prostitution and the city is cracking down with tougher regulations that go into effect starting July 1st.
BART has announced major closures this summer, likely over Labor Day Weekend, for critical track maintenance that will close the Transbay Tube for five days.
“The Other 9-To-5” report calls for a major boost in overnight public transportation to and from San Francisco. The only problem is the report doesn’t have a plan for where to get the cash to make it happen.
Three suspects have been arrested and San Francisco police said they know the identity, who is still outstanding.
As a result of frustrating contract talks with the school district, some Oakland school teachers on Monday will begin cutting back on their schedules and doing the bare minimum inside—and outside—the classroom.