Feinstein, Democrats Seek Tougher Gun Laws Following Colorado MassacreSenator Dianne Feinstein joined several other Democrats on Tuesday to call for new gun control laws in the wake of last week’s mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater.
Iconic Snoopy And The Red Baron Sculptures Returning To EmeryvilleCommuters stuck in traffic on Interstate 80 in Emeryville will finally have Snoopy and the Red Baron to keep them company again.
California’s Top-Two Primary System Produces Surprising ResultsThough there wasn't any confusion amongst voters, officials said that might not be the case come November.
President Obama Could Face Larger Protest In Short Visit To SFAmong the President's two stops on Wednesday will be a business roundtable right across the street from the former Occupy SF encampment.
Facebook Could Bring State Even Bigger Windfall Than ExpectedFacebook has raised its IPO price, which could mean more money coming in from tax receipts to the state.
California Budget Deficit Grows As Income Tax Receipts Are UnderwhelmingPersonal income tax receipts were about $2 billion less than projected in April.
GOP Hopeful Santorum Holds Rally At Fairfield Jelly Belly FactoryHundreds gathered at the Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield on Thursday afternoon for a rally held by Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum.
Californians Look To Make Impact In Nevada GOP CaucusThe Republican presidential contest may very well be decided by the time California holds its primary, in June. So, plenty of Californians appear to be joining the campaign in Nevada, which holds its caucus Saturday.
KCBS Cover Story - The Sahara Ceiling: Women Of The Last WorldIn this KCBS special report, reporter Doug Sovern travels to West Africa to look at the status and treatment of women, as the continent is still reeling from civil war and famine.
Veteran Tree Sitter Gets Sidekick Outside Oakland City HallA second man has joined the man infamously known as the Berkeley Tree Sitter in his occupation of an Oakland Sycamore near Frank Ogawa Plaza.
Families Still Struggling With Loss 20 Years After Oakland FirestormIn this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Doug Sovern takes a look at how a family is still feeling the pain of "The Firestorm," which scorched the Oakland and Berkeley hills, 20 years later.
Frustrated Gov. Brown Turns Back to California Labor BaseSeemingly fed up with Republican opposition to his budget ideas, Gov. Jerry Brown was poised to mobilize union members to help elect more Democrats to the state Legislature.
California Governor Tries To Keep Labor, Business Happy Governor Jerry Brown addressed a union convention in Las Vegas Monday, while still mulling over whether to sign some labor-friendly legislation. The California governor is walking a fine line to keep both business and labor happy.
Perry Seeks Silicon Valley Campaign Investment In East Palo AltoTexas Governor Rick Perry paid his first visit to the Bay Area as a presidential candidate Friday, courting Silicon Valley donors at a fundraiser in East Palo Alto.
San Rafael Man's Long Road Back After Losing Pregnant Wife On 9/11For years, Jack Grandcolas struggled to regain a sense of control over his life after his wife and unborn child perished aboard United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.