KCBS Cover Story
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.
Restaurant owners throughout the Bay Area have complained that food trucks get to play by a different set of rules when it comes to health inspections.
In this Campaign 2012 Special Report, Margie Shafer looks at the contentious Berkeley measure on the November ballot, dubbed the civil sidewalk ordinance.
In this KCBS Cover Story, the cleanliness of food trucks is put under the microscope, as more and more are popping up around the Bay Area.
The Bay Area enjoys an international reputation as a culinary destination for foodies – acclaimed chefs and highly rated restaurants go hand in hand with discerning diners to keep the local industry booming.
Health inspectors have shut down three high-profile restaurants this year in San Francisco while at least 40 more eateries have been closed by officials in the East Bay and Silicon Valley.
Incumbent Jerry McNerney and challenger Ricky Gill are locked in a tight battle in the race for the redrawn district.
The Latino Family Literacy Program at Dan Mini Elementary School is aiming to bring parents and kids together through books.
As Campaign 2012 continues, undecided voters across the country are having a hard time deciphering truth from fiction from both parties.
Nobody likes a bully, least of all the one being bullied. And, because nobody knows this better than kids, why not teach kids to put bullies in their place?