The “CBS This Morning” co-anchor may have filled up your Instagram feed with posts, but according to BuzzFeed, it was all worth it…
NorCal Society Of Journalists Awards KCBS Radio With Excellence In Journalism Award For Asiana Crash Coverage
The SPJ said the coverage was “an amazing record of what happened during the Asiana crash with riveting first-hand accounts.”
ISIS, a growing terrorist group, claimed responsibility Tuesday for the beheading of another American journalist. Meanwhile, East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell is visiting capitals in the Middle East to put together an international alliance to defeat the group.
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.
The sky is the limit for those who want to get into the news business. So says Edward Wasserman, who is clearly enjoying his new role as Dean of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. The new digital age of information may make our heads spin at times, but Wasserman sees it as a time of unlimited potential for his students.
The Berkeley Police Association is calling for a formal investigation into Police Chief Michael Meehan for ordering a sergeant to make a late night visit to a reporter’s house to change a news story.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who grew up in the Bay Area made a startling admission, outing himself as an undocumented worker.
Your Black Muslim Bakery associate Antoine Mackey testified Tuesday that he didn’t have anything to do with the murders of journalist Chauncey Bailey and two other men in Oakland in the summer of 2007.
An Oakland police sergeant who handled the murder investigation of a former community group leader denies claims that he promised to protect the defendant against charges.
The confessed killer of an Oakland journalist took the stand Thursday to testify against two other men accused of taking part in the murder.