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Long-Time KCBS Reporter Bob Safford Dead After A Fall

Veteran KCBS newsman Bob Safford died at home last week, apparently after a fall. Bay Area listeners knew Safford for his distinctive voice on KCBS 740 AM and KFRC 106.9 FM.

04/21/2014

Ben Williams reports for KPIX (The Williams Family)

KPIX’s Ben Williams, One Of Nation’s 1st African-American Reporters, Dead At 85

Ben Williams, a retired KPIX-TV staffer who was one of the first African-American television reporters in the nation, has died at the age of 85.

12/18/2012

Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan (City of Berkeley)

Police Union Calls For Investigation of Berkeley Chief’s Actions

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.

03/16/2012

Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan (City of Berkeley)

Berkeley Chief’s Message To Reporter Upsets Police Union

Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan has been apologizing for ordering his department’s spokeswoman to go to a Bay Area News Group reporter’s home to request changes to an article.

03/12/2012

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Berkeley Police Chief Under Fire For Sending Officer To Reporter’s Home

Berkeley’s police chief has come under fire after he sent an officer to a newspaper reporter’s home in the middle of the night to demand changes to a story.

03/10/2012

Rollin Post

Former KPIX-TV Reporter Rollin Post Dies At 81

Rollin Post, a longtime San Francisco Bay area reporter and television commentator, has died.

10/08/2011

CBS News Correspondent Lara Logan in Tahrir Square moments before she was attacked on Feb. 11, 2011.  (CBS)

CBS News’ Lara Logan Assaulted During Egypt Protests

CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Separated From Her Crew And Brutally Assaulted on Day Mubarak Stepped Down.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–02/15/2011

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San Francisco Reporter Can’t Sue Over Wrongful Arrest

A federal appeals court says a reporter who was allegedly roughed up by San Francisco police while filming a protest cannot sue the department for wrongful arrest.

CBS San Francisco–10/14/2010

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