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Inspectors with the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board on the scene of the August 6, 2012 fire at the Chevron refinery in Richmond. (CBS)

State Investigator Criticizes Feds On Facebook Over Richmond Refinery Fire

The U.S. Chemical Safety Board said that despite some criticism, they are cooperating with state officials on investigating the fire at the Chevron refinery in Richmond.

08/21/2012

computer code keyboard

Online Crime Expected To Go Mobile In 2012

More than likely, we’ll be seeing a rise in cybercrimes in 2012 especially so-called “hacktivism,” according to top Internet security experts in Silicon Valley.

12/28/2011

Britney Spears Knocks Larry Page Off Top Of Google+

Britney Spears Knocks Larry Page Off Top Of Google+

Google CEO, Larry Page might, at this very moment–be lying down, looking up, and whispering “Hit Me Baby One More Time”…

11/27/2011

Netflix envelopes (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Netflix Shares Tank Amid Backlash & Defections

Netflix shares plunged 35 percent Tuesday after the one-time Wall Street favorite revealed a massive departure of subscribers angered by price increases & other questionable changes…

10/25/2011

(CBS)

KCBS In Depth: Cyberbullying

An interview with Common Sense Media CEO James Steyer and KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid on the problem of cyberbullying.

09/25/2011

California Earthquake

California Earthquake Officials Change Preparedness Delivery Tactic

Earthquake preparedness officials in California are trying to shake things up and they’re making a radical change in their message and how its delivered.

09/01/2011

San Francisco Giants At The All-Star Game

All-Star Game, Showtime Series Increase Giants’ Championship Appeal

The San Francisco Giants have five players in Tuesday night’s All-Star Game, but no matter which team wins, the Giants are already scoring big at the cash register as the team basks in an increasingly profitable spotlight.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/12/2011

Netflix headquarters

Silicon Valley Internet Users Willing To Pay For Play

Pew Internet says a survey of 750 Internet users found that 65 percent said they’ve paid for online content.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–12/30/2010

Backlash Over USDA Employee Firing

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) _ If last week’s incident involving a USDA employee accused of racism has taught us anything, it’s that anyone who thought having a black president would move us past racism was naïve.

07/25/2010

Senate Candidate Rejects Reporter Interviews

Former television producer Mark Macias on why political candidates who don’t want to talk to the media may lead to a potential problem for reporters. (6/29; 5:07)

06/29/2010

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