New Year's 2020 Ushers In New Laws For CaliforniaAs 2020 begins new laws will address issues like privacy, housing, gun ownership, healthcare and more. Devin Fehely tells us how the new laws may effect you.
Trump Criticizes CA Lawmakers By Tweeting Video Of SF's HomelessPresident Trump criticized San Francisco's homeless and crime problems, yet again on, Twitter. Betty Yu tells us the president escalated matters with a video.
Presidential Hopeful Elizabeth Warren Visits San Jose DaycareSen. Elizabeth Warren met with daycare providers in east San Jose to discuss her plans to expand access to healthcare, improve education and raise wages for working families. Devin Fehely reports. (12-27-19)
Speaker Pelosi Draws Fire From Trump and GOP Congressional DefendersPelosi and the rest of Congress are enjoying the holiday break but they'll have plenty on their plates to start the new year. Natalie Brand reports from Capitol Hill. (12-27-19)
Pres. Trump Slams California Leaders Over SF Homelessness CrisisOver the Christmas holiday, President Trump put the blame on House speaker Nancy Pelosi and California governor Newsom for not cleaning up San Francisco's homeless problem. Betty Yu reports. (12-26-19)
Trump Blasts 'Crazy Nancy' Pelosi in Twitter TiradePresident Trump is away from Washington for the holidays but his Twitter account clearly reveals he has impeachment on his mind. (12-26-19)
Oakland A's Ink Deal To Buy Share Of Coliseum SiteThe Oakland A's are moving forward with a plan to buy a 50 percent share in the Oakland Coliseum site. The sale was approved by Alameda County Supervisers on Monday, but as Andria Borba reports, some are concerned the deal could create a divide in the city.
Battle Brewing Over Oakland Home Between New Owner And SquattersA house in Oakland is causing a stir between two groups. One has been squatting there illegally, and the other, who now owns the home, plans to turn it into a place to train youth. Emily Turner has the rest of the story.
Farewell Party At SF Children's Gym Forced To Close Due To Soaring CostsFolks at a farewell party for a gym in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood say despite the strong economy, small business owners are having a hard time surviving. Da Lin has more.
New Noise Abatement Plan Gives SFO Neighbors A Good Night's SleepRep. Jackie Speier unveiled a noise abatement plan for the neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport. As Wilson Walker reports, the plan will give them a good night's sleep.
San Jose City Council Candidate Involved in Deadly Crash Suspends CampaignJenny Higgins Bradanini a San Jose city council candidate and co-founder of Women's March Bay Area is suspending her campaign. Mark Sayre reports. (12-19-19)
House Panel Delays Historic Trump Impeachment VoteThe House Judiciary Committee abruptly postponed a historic vote late Thursday on articles of impeachment against President Trump, shutting down a divisive 14-hour session that dragged with sharp partisan divisions. (12-12-19)
SJ Mayor Liccardo Defends Endorsement Of Billionaire Bloomberg For PresidentSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo is putting his political clout behind former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg. As Len Ramirez tells us, he is ignoring the critics.
Local Voters Pleased That Early 2020 Primary Will Draw Candidates to Golden StateWith the primary election moved to an earlier date, California may actually have a say in who will be the Democratic nominee. John Ramos reports.(12-5-19)
Sen. Kamala Harris Drops Out Of The Presidential CampaignSen. Kamala Harris's departure from the presidential campaign continues to draw reactions. Allen Martin talked to Tim Perry, the CBS reporter embedded with the Harris campaign, about her decision.
Sen. Kamala Harris Drops Out Of Presidential RaceSen. Kamala Harris, who began her rise to political prominence as San Francisco's district attorney, has decided to end her cash-strapped campaign for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. (12/3/19)
Political Analyst, Campaign Strategist Karine Jean-Pierre Talks About Her Book 'Moving Forward'Former political director and campaign strategist for President Obama, MoveOn.org spokesperson and MSNBC political analyst Karine Jean-Pierre talks to BR host Jan Mabry about her new book, 'Moving Foward,' a Story of Hope, Hard Work and the Promise of America.'
Protesters Slam Recall Effort Against San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee FewerProtesters gathered outside San Francisco City Hall Monday to protest a recall effort against Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, which was sparked by the supervisor's chant against the police union during a campaign rally. Anne Makovec reports. (11/25/19)
Bay Area Paying Record High Gas Prices This Holiday SeasonBay area residents are paying record high prices for gasoline this holiday season. Da Lin looks for an explanation.
100s March For Affordable Housing In OaklandAt a march for affordable housing in Oakland, protesters walked by vacant buildings to denounce the 'overproduction of luxury units.' Wilson Walker tells us what they say developers should be building.
Bloomberg Makes Huge Ad Buy in CaliforniaWith a massive coast-to-coast advertising buy, Michael Bloomberg hopes to gain an edge when California is up for grabs on Super Tuesday. Wilson Walker reports. (11-22-19)
Former President Obama Makes Bay Area VisitPresident Barack Obama made an appearance at the Salesforce Dreamforce conference in San Francisco and at a fundraiser in Los Altos Hills. (11/21/19)
Impeachment: Officials Express Concern Over Trump's July 25 Call To ZelenskyHouse lawmakers heard new public testimony in the Impeachment Inquiry on Capitol Hill, on Tuesday. Nikole Killion reports some expressed 'concern' over the July phone call between President Trump and the president of Ukraine.
Peninsula Lawmakers May Give Ranchers Permits To Shoot Mountain LionsPeninsula lawmakers are considering a measure to deal with mountain lions that attack and kill local livestock. Don Ford tells us why some groups don't like it.