KCBS In Depth
What is it that sets apart the Golden Gate Bridge from all the other bridges in the world? According to historian and author Dr. Kevin Starr it’s a magnificent engineering achievement as well as a consummate work of art.
Former SF Supervisor Bevan Dufty has been appointed director of homeless policy in a city persistently plagued by the homeless and their needs and the lack of services for them.
This week on In Depth, the new chair of the state’s high-speed rail authority explains some revisions and funds necessary to achieve an on-time delivery of 220 mph trains from Northern to Southern California.
It took defending champion Novak Djokovic five sets and almost five hours to beat Andy Murray in the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Outgoing San Francisco County Sheriff Mike Hennessey looks back at a 32-year career, his accomplishments and the state’s prison realignment program.
Lawrence Lessig author of “Republic, Lost: How Money Corrupts Congress” is a former Stanford Law Professor and founder of Stanford Center of Internet and Society.
BART’s new General Manager Grace Crunican considers service for the riders and “getting back to the basics” to be her number one priority.
An interview with UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau on the challenges the university has faced with budget cuts over the last few years.
An interview with Jill Jacobs of Family Builders on the state of California’s foster care system.
An interview with Washington Post reporter Dana Priest on her report on national security and intelligence agencies in the U.S. after 9/11.