Longtime KCBS News Radio Anchor Stan Bunger RetiresAfter 21 years as KCBS news radio morning anchor, Stan Bunger said goodbye on Friday. Sharon Chin got the best exit interview.
KCBS Radio Anchor Al Hart To Be Remembered At Public CelebrationLongtime KCBS Radio anchor and Bay Area broadcasting legend Al Hart will be remembered at a public celebration of his life on Saturday in Alameda.
NFL Pain-Killer Culture: John Madden Says Broadcast Announcer Gets Shots, TooHall of Fame coach John Madden offered an anecdote Wednesday of the NFL drug culture extending up to the announcing booth.
Basketball Bias? Bay Area CBS Staff Has Soft Spot For Underdogs In NCAA TournamentSince Sunday, you’ve been bombarded with the term “Braketology," as experts tried to tell you who would advance in the NCAA Tournament. But who did you pick when you were alone in the semi-privacy of your own cubicle? If you are anything like the CBS TV and radio hosts you love Stanford, but aren’t a big fan of number one seeds.
Feds Now Probe Bad Bay Bridge Bolts; Opening Day In DoubtThe Federal Highway Administration said Monday that it had launched a probe into why seemingly undesirable bolts were used on portions of the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
KCBS Exclusive: California Dems Leader Compares GOPs To Nazi Joseph GoebbelsThe Chairman of the California Democratic Party already has political pundits, delegates and rivals buzzing a day before the Democratic National Convention formally opens in Charlotte, North Carolina, after telling KCBS Radio exclusively that Republican tactics were akin to Nazi propaganda.
KCBS Radio Wins National Murrow Award As Top Local News Station KCBS Radio has been selected by the The Radio Television Digital News Association with the prestigious National Edward R. Murrow Award winner for overall excellence in large market local news coverage for 2012.
KCBS Radio Reporter Bob Melrose Hangs Up Microphone After Long CareerOne of the mainstays of KCBS Radio 740, reporter Bob Melrose, has called it a career after nearly four decades of on-air work for the station.