California Drought Is History Repeating Itself; 4th Drought Since 1976You've heard the bad news about California's drought before. Gov. Jerry Brown created a drought emergency task force - in March of 1977 during Brown's first stint as governor.
2 Million Stay-At-Home Fathers May Prove 'Doofus Dad' Image Is DeadMore fathers in the United States are staying home these days—either as full-time dads or to work from home. And because there are issues only they could possibly understand, hundreds of them gathered in San Francisco over the weekend to talk “dad” talk.
Non-Regulated, Edible Marijuana Sending Increasing Number Of People To Emergency RoomDoctors say they are seeing a jump in the number of people seeking help at emergency rooms after eating too much marijuana.
About The Bay: Carrying A Tune At The Castro Theatre's Sing-Alongs Most movie theaters encourage quiet, but not when you're at a musical sing-along at the Castro Theatre. Mike Sugerman tries to carry a tune in this About The Bay segment.
Petaluma Farm Heeds Omnivore’s Dilemma For A Personal Approach To Thanksgiving TurkeyYou'll probably shop for your Thanksgiving turkey at the supermarket, but Mike Sugerman went About The Bay to meet his meat at Tara Firma Farms in Petaluma.
Drive-Thru God?: Fremont Church Offers Prayer Service For Those On-The-GoStarting Monday, from 5 to 6 p.m., the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Fremont will be holding drive-through prayers.
Small Town Way Of Life Phased Out; Canyon Post Office Faces ClosureMike Sugerman's About the Bay travels to Canyon, where a small community is saddened by the threat of their post office's closure
About The Bay: Super Bowl 50 Will Be In Santa Clara, But San Francisco Has Its Own Plans For The Big Game While all eyes are on the San Francisco Giants' quest for another World Series Championship, a group of planners is focused on 2016's NFL Super Bowl 50 and the fanfare it will bring to the city's streets.
About The Bay: Stomping The Grape Harvest In Sonoma It's harvest time in wine country and for some, that still means getting their stomp on.I took off my shoes and gave it a try during travels About The Bay.
About The Bay: Oracle's Open World Creates Closed Streets, Traffic Tales Of HorrorYou don't need to be an oracle to have the foresight that traffic will be a bigger mess than usual this week in San Francisco, especially near Moscone Center where Oracle Open World is taking place.
About The Bay: Harvest Time Is Here For California's Marijuana GrowersIt's harvest season for the massive California marijuana industry but the quasi-legal status of the drug means the safety of those who grow and process it is always in question.
Supper Club In San Francisco’s Bayview Gives Young People A Second ChanceOld Skool Cafe in San Francisco's Bayview District is giving young people, who made some previous bad decisions, a second chance in life.
About The Bay: Take A Relaxing Beer Bath At Calistoga Ranch Mike Sugerman soaks in a relaxing beer bath at Calistoga Ranch and was surprised to say it could be the cure for what "ales" you.
About The Bay: San Francisco Police Skeptical About Crack Pipe Giveaway ProgramThe crack epidemic is far from over, especially on the streets of San Francisco, and one group is trying to make it easier and safer for addicts to get their fix by giving away crack pipe kits.
About The Bay: A Personal Look At The Cost Of Health CareKCBS and KPIX reporter Mike Sugerman had a firsthand look at the costs of health care with a recent health scare of his own, in his travels About the Bay.