Bay Area 9/11 Survivor Fondly Remembers His Special HeroIn this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Doug Sovern tells the story of Michael Hingson and his former guide dog Roselle, who saved him from the World Trade Center on 9/11.
California Supreme Court Justices Hear Prop 8 ArgumentsThe California Supreme Court has been asked to give an advisory opinion on whether sponsors of Proposition 8 have the right to appeal a federal court ruling striking down the initiative.
Bay Area Mom Recalls Her Son’s Heroism On 9/11As the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks near, KCBS is looking at the people deeply affected by the tragic events of that day, including a Bay Area mom who lost her son on United Flight 93.
Business Group Backs California Democrats’ Push To Streamline RegulationsTwo proposals California Democrats hope will attract more companies and jobs to the state have won praise from the California Chamber of Commerce.
Tea Party Express Launching Nationwide Bus Tour In NapaThe group will end the tour in Tampa, Florida, where it will host the first-ever Tea Party presidential debate.
Construction Resumes On Oakland International Airport Control TowerConstruction has resumed on the new control tower at Oakland International Airport. U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer, D-California, who came to the airport Tuesday, warned that work could stop again unless Congress meets another funding deadline for the Federal Aviation Administration.
San Francisco's City Attorney Wins Fight With Bank Of AmericaSan Francisco's City Attorney has won a fight with the credit card division of the nation's largest bank, which means millions of dollars for the city and tough new consumer protections for customers of Bank of America.
Bay Area Homeowners Scrambling To Refinance LoansBay Area homeowners are rushing to take advantage of mortgage rates that have hit another record low.
Feud Continues In Sacramento Over Public RecordsSouthern California Assemblyman Anthony Portantino was the only Democrat to vote against the state budget and claims his office budget was cut because of that.
Sandwich’s Popularity Grows At Oakland’s Bakesale Betty Hundreds of customers wait in line every day to get their hands on the legendary fried chicken sandwich at the popular Oakland shop.
California Won’t Meet Court Deadline To Reduce Prison OvercrowdingThe state has until June 2013 to reduce its prison population by about 34,000 inmates. Currently the prisons are 80 percent above capacity.
Head Of UC Regents Vows Not To Hike Tuition AgainThe rebellion against tuition and fee hikes brewing on the board that oversees the University of California starts at the top.
University Of California Regents Approve 9.6% Tuition HikeThe UC Board of Regents has approved a plan to raise student tuition by an additional 9.6% for the coming school year in response to a steep reduction in state support...
California Treasurer Prepares For Possible Federal DefaultCalifornia's state treasurer said he is preparing contingency plans in case the federal government misses its Aug. 2 deadline to raise the debt ceiling.
Walgreens Opens First 'Fresh Food Oasis' In Underserved San Francisco NeighborhoodWalgreens cut the ribbon on its first "fresh food oasis" in the Bay Area Friday, bringing fresh fruit and vegetables to an underserved San Francisco neighborhood.