Pop-up restaurants, food trucks and farmers’ markets. The Bay Area’s obsession with food is spreading to all sorts of new locations, making life even more difficult for overwhelmed health inspectors – who say they already have too much on their plate.
Medical professionals, educators and parents have all been sounding the alarm about the skyrocketing problem of childhood obesity. Teaching kids about eating right is important – and can be challenging in any environment – but it’s an especially welcome lesson this summer at the Nevin Community Center in Richmond’s rough Iron Triangle neighborhood.
Bay Area bird lovers are flocking to Crystal Springs reservoir in San Mateo County, to see the Peninsula’s first nesting bald eagles in almost a century.
As gas prices continue to climb steadily, so are electric car sales, and this has Bay Area cities gearing up for a driving revolution.
Controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was slated to visit the University of California, Berkeley this weekend, as part of a conference organized by the university’s Black Students Union.
In this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Margie Shafer looks at how the tech sector is leading to a more optimistic business climate in San Francisco.
A rapper with a troubled past is singing a message of hope to young people in violent and impoverished neighborhoods…
Myanmar – formerly known as Burma – has been at civil war for 60 years, but it’s only been in recent years that the U.S. instituted a policy of accepting its refugees. 400 hundred such refugees now live in east Oakland.
Economic development has been slow in Oakland. The city has been plagued by a down economy and high unemployment and foreclosure rates. But a new popup neighborhood is evolving, filling vacant storefronts in Downtown Oakland.
Twenty years ago Thursday, a hillside fire blown out of control by hot, dry winds killed 25 people and destroyed more than 3,000 homes in the Oakland and Berkeley hills.