KCBS In Depth

Opposing Views On California’s State Budget Crisis

California’s State Treasurer Bill Lockyer and Assemblywoman Connie Conway offer opposing views on what Gov. Jerry Brown should do now that he’s vetoed the state budget, but both agree his decision came as a surprise.


KCBS In Depth: Concussions And Other Brain Injuries

An interview with UCSF Neurosurgeon Mitchel Berger on the growing concerns over concussions and other head injuries in both professional and youth sports.


KCBS In Depth: 30th Anniversary Of First AIDS Cases

An interview with Dr. Mervyn Silverman on the AIDS epidemic, 30 years after the first cases were reported in the United States.


KCBS In Depth: America’s Cup In San Francisco

An interview with Craig Thompson, CEO of the America’s Cup Event Authority, on the race coming to San Francisco in 2013.


KCBS In Depth: Fighting Crime In San Francisco

An interview with San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr on the challenges he faces with the San Francisco Police Department.


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KCBS In Depth: The Business Of Sports

An interview with sports author and journalist Dave Zirin on big business and the sporting world.


KCBS In Depth: The Future Of Pakistan And Afghanistan

Interviews with Dr. Sanjoy Banerjee and Fred Kaplan, both experts on Pakistan and Afghanistan, on what’s next in the U.S. war on terror and the future of relations with Afghanistan and Pakistan following the death of Osama bin Laden.



Daily Madden: NFL Draft Speculation

In the midst of the ongoing dispute between owners and players, the NFL draft gets underway Thursday night with speculation swirling around who the local teams will pick.


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KCBS In Depth: The State Of San Jose

An interview with San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed on the problems facing the city, including pension reform, a growing budget deficit and possible layoffs and cuts to city departments.


KCBS In Depth: Police Misconduct; Pension Reform

California’s only publicly elected public defender and his office provide legal representation for over 25,000 people that have been charged with a crime but cannot afford to private legal counsel.


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