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Audrie Pott (Audrie Pott Foundation)

Saratoga Teen’s Photos Going ‘Viral’ Before Her Suicide Debunked By Student Journalists

Several student journalists received a prestigious award for what the Society of Professional Journalists called their “courageous reporting” of the Audrie Pott case.


California State Capitol in Sacramento (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Bill Would Protect California Reporters’ Phone Records

State agencies would be required to give journalists five days’ notice before they issue subpoenas to a third-party company for telephone records under legislation announced Thursday by a state senator.


Apple iPhone 4. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

No Charges Against Gizmodo Blogger In iPhone Prototype Case

Prosecutors said Wednesday that they will not bring charges against a tech blogger who bought an Apple iPhone prototype after it was found at a bar in March 2010 in a case that ignited an unusual First Amendment debate.

CBS San Francisco–08/10/2011

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas was raised by his grandparents in Mountain View. Vargas has recently revealed that he is an undocumented immigrant. (YouTube / Define American)

Journalist Who Grew Up In Bay Area Admits Being Undocumented Worker

A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who grew up in the Bay Area made a startling admission, outing himself as an undocumented worker.

KPIX 5–06/23/2011

Cristi Hegranes, Jefferson Award

Jefferson Awards: Global Journalism For Social Change

Covering stories in the developing world is a job usually left to foreign correspondents, but this week’s Jefferson Award winner is changing that, and in the process, empowering women and their communities around the globe.

KPIX 5–05/11/2011

(Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Facebook Looks To Strengthen Media Partnership

Facebook is looking to strengthen its relationship with the news media and has already helped boost traffic to news websites, a top executive told journalists Thursday.

CBS San Francisco–04/07/2011


KCBS In Depth: Memoirs Of A Pioneering Journalist

KCBS In Depth interview with broadcasting pioneer Belva Davis, who paved the way for many in the industry.


Copies of the San Francisco Chronicle are seen next to a change cup at a newspaper stand on Oct. 30, 2006, in San Francisco.

KCBS In Depth: The Future Of Journalism And Newspapers

Bill Keller, the Executive Editor of the New York Times, on the future of newspapers and journalism.