Bodega Bay and Bodega Harbor. (US Army Corps of Engineers)

Body Found At Bodega Head Was Sonoma Man, No Link To Yacht Crash

A man found dead at the base of a cliff at Bodega Head on the Sonoma Coast Tuesday evening was identified Friday as 58-year-old Brian Christopher Abel of Sonoma.


Bodega Bay and Bodega Harbor. (US Army Corps of Engineers)

Helicopter Recovers Body From Bodega Bay Waters

A body was recovered from the waters in Bodega Bay Wednesday morning, a Sonoma County sheriff’s lieutenant said.


A Look Back At 2011: Bay Area & The World

Posey Comfortable Behind Plate After Returning From Injury

And when the San Francisco Giants catcher takes a day off—even a scheduled one such as Monday against Colorado—he realizes there’s bound to be more scrutiny.


Assemblyman Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo.) (CBS)

San Mateo Lawmaker Meets With Man Who Broke Into His Home

Mark Harvin was 18, and high on crystal meth and alcohol, when he broke into a garage that turned out to belong to a state assemblyman a decade ago.


An image of beating victim Bryan Stow and his children is shown on the scoreboard at AT&T Park. (CBS)

Beaten Giants Fan Stow Recovering Ability To Communicate

For the first time since he was attacked after a baseball game in Los Angeles in March, San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow on Friday felt the sun’s warmth on his face, and called the experience “magical,” his family said.


Pacifica Pier

Researcher Warns Of Possible California ‘Super-Storm’

Researchers are warning of a “super-storm” hitting California in the next 100-200 years.


(Photo: AP Images)

Tsunami Deals New Blow To Struggling Crescent City

Harbor crews are assessing the damage caused by powerful tsunami surges that pounded this northern California port.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–03/13/2011


Bay Area Emergency Rooms Gear Up For Teen Drinkers

The number of teenagers coming into hospital emergency rooms for issues related to alcohol consumption nearly quadruples on New Year’s Day.


Robert Reich

Robert Reich Tells KCBS Recession Recovery Will Be Slow

KCBS In Depth Interview with UC Berkeley Professor of Public Policy Robert Reich on the economy.


San Bruno disaster area

San Bruno Gas Explosion Recovery Will Take Years

Slowly but surely, things are getting back to normal in San Bruno for many of those affected by the explosion and fire almost two weeks ago.




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