Rare California Butterfly Rebounding With Replanting Of Food SourceThe once-dwindling population of a beautiful, blue iridescent butterfly has seen a rebound thanks to the efforts of a Bay Area biologist who took his work home with him.
Concord Woman Recalls Roots In Career Helping Immigrant Families AdjustMartha Potts knows what it's like adjusting to a new culture, so she made it her life's calling to help immigrant families in Concord settle into their school community
San Jose Student 7th Grader Heads To National Spelling BeeA San Jose seventh grader is getting ready for the competition of his life, representing the Bay Area in the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington DC.
Sleep Mask Uses Light Therapy To Battle Jet Lag, Irregular SleepResearchers at Stanford and at a Menlo Park startup have come up with a wearable device that appears to limit the effects of jet lag.
Palo Alto Subsidizes Carpoolers' Commute Into CityAbout half of Palo Alto's downtown employees drive to work alone. The city wants to reduce that number by a third.
2016 CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee (Full Video of Competition)Video of the full telecast of the 2016 CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee at KPIX studios in San Francisco
Teen's Trick Shot Scores Him Friendship With Golden State Warriors StarStephen Curry has one New Jersey fan who'll be rooting for the great Warriors' point guard to be MVP. The two were brought together when Curry tried to beat the teen at his own game.
Starbucks Exec Apologizes For Accusing Bay Area Man Of Being Chinese Spy Trying To Steal Trade SecretsBay Area native Daniel Lui was at a Seattle Starbucks roastery on a business trip, when he said a Starbucks executive came up to him.
45 New Police Officers Receive Their Badges At San Francisco Graduation CeremonyForty-five men and women joined the San Francisco Police Department as new officers Friday as part of the department's 241st graduating class.
Historians, Artists Revive Legacy Of Chinese Shrimp Industry In San Francisco BayA forgotten slice of Bay Area maritime history is being revived by a group of artists and historians retracing Chinese shrimp fishing industry in San Francisco Bay.
Some 'Hobbit' Viewers Report Motion SicknessOne of the year's most anticipated movies, "The Hobbit" opens in theaters, but some viewers who watched the 3D version report motion sickness…
Jefferson Awards - Featured Reporters

More From CBS San Francisco

Get The New CBS SF Bay Area Local App
Got Our Weather App?
Listen to Radio.com Anywhere, Anytime!

Listen Live