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.
Fans of the Oakland A’s are being asked to arrive to the ballpark a bit earlier, after new security measures were implemented Thursday at O.co Coliseum.
A 25-year-old man is facing assault charges for an unprovoked attack on another patron at San Francisco’s main library branch on Wednesday.
After what was a challenging Thursday for many in the region, struggling to get to and from work, errands and other obligations without the benefit of the Bay Bridge, plenty of people opted for a Friday off, leaving the roads, ferry terminals and BART platforms especially “Friday light.”
Half of California voters say their health care costs increased this year. And, the same proportion describes health care as difficult to afford.
Burglars smashed a pick-up truck through the front of Tiffany’s in downtown Walnut Creek on Thursday and managed to make off with a just small amount of jewelry and goods, police said.
Both the contractor and PG&E crew failed to call 911 immediately after the gas leak.
Two suspects posing as PG&E employees tied up three family members in a Vallejo home Wednesday morning and fled with cash and household items, police said.
The construction crew stuck a four-inch natural gas line Burlingame Avenue and Primrose Road at 4:37 a.m. causing a large amount of gas to be released into the air, according to PG&E.
Friends and family members of Sandra Coke plastered her North Oakland neighborhood with flyers Wednesday, in the hopes that someone will come forward with information about her whereabouts.
The National Transportation Safety Board has received several complaints of attorneys soliciting victims of the deadly Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash last month.