Thursday AM | 09/30/2010 The gloves came off in Wednesday’s face-off between Sen. Barbara Boxer and GOP challenger Carly Fiorina, a debate whose tone contrasted sharply with the televised gubernatorial debate the day before. KCBS […]
Thursday PM | 09/23/2010 The longest stalemate in California budget-writing history may be almost over. KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says the governor claims they’re a step closer to breaking the deadlock. Schwarzenegger press […]
Thursday AM | 09/23/2010 The KCBS and Chronicle Insider says neither Jerry Brown nor Meg Whitman has caught fire with the public in the head to head race for governor. © 2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. […]
Wednesday PM | 09/22/2010 The KCBS and Chronicle Insider says the California Beer & Beverage Distributors and the California Cannabis Association have announced their opposition to Prop 19, which would legalize marijuana in the state. […]
KCBS and San Francisco Chronicle insider Phil Matier says Meg Whitman’s stance on gay marriage and anti-illegal immigration legislation is keeping her former EBay boss from voting for her as California’s Governor.
Tuesday PM | 09/21/2010 The KCBS and Chronicle insider discusses where state Attorney General Jerry Brown stands on whether or not the state should resume executions and how it will affect the gubernatorial race against […]
Tuesday AM | 09/21/2010 The KCBS and Chronicle insider explains what California’s gubernatorial candidates think about the state’s budget crisis, though Matier points out there’s no clear plan from the candidates about fixing the problem […]
Monday PM | 09/20/2010 The KCBS and Chronicle Insider says there’s been an increase in phone calls from Oakland residents asking Piedmont Police for assistance. This follows the layoffs of 80 police officers in Oakland. […]
The KCBS and Chronicle insider weighs in on the just-opened “express lane,” which allows solo drivers to pay for privileges on a stretch of a Bay Area carpool lane. Is this the wave of the future?
The KCBS and Chronicle insider talks about next month’s House committee hearing on the infrastructure of the San Bruno pipeline.