CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talks to Michele Segal Foy, a pediatric nurse and foster parent, about San Francisco's shortage of foster parents. More than half of S.F. foster youth are placed outside the city.
Housing, Jobs, Healthcare Biggest Barriers To Reentry After Leaving PrisonFormerly incarcerated people face challenges big and small after leaving prison - from navigating the supermarket to stable housing and employment. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Jesse Vasquez, program coordinator for Arsola Distribution and Community Services.
Drop in New Unemployment ClaimsNew jobless numbers show biggest decrease in new claims in 6 months in California
Making Music During The COVID-19 PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talks to Mike Garson, David Bowie's former keyboardist, about the benefits of making music during these uncertain times.
Teen Mental Health Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area talks to Alexandra Shiva and Dr. Janis Whitlock about 'Each and Every Day', a new documentary that sheds light on teen mental health and teen suicide during the pandemic.
'Bringing It to the Table' with Chef MimiCBSN Bay Area talks to Bay Area Chef Mimi about her upcoming show 'Bringing it to the Table', it's a cooking competition featuring Black chefs from Oakland.
IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE! : 'Superman and Lois' Premieres TonightCBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco talks to the stars of 'Superman & Lois'. The new show premieres on the CW tonight at 8/7c.
Supporting Heart Health During American Heart MonthFebruary is American Heart Month. Dr. Rita Redberg with UCSF talks to CBSN Bay Area about cardiovascular disease and ways to support heart health.
Female Eagle Scouts Make HistoryCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talks to Jordan Locke, she is part of the inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts in Marin County who graduated this month.
DA BADDEST: Filming 'Following Bretman Rock' Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area catches up with Bretman Rock. The influencer talks about his new reality show 'MTV's Following Bretman Rock' and filming amid the pandemic.
MEDICAL MONDAY: Discussing COVID-19 VariantsCBSN Bay Area talks to Stanford Health Care's Dr. Anne Liu about the COVID-19 variants that originated here in the U.S., and the new CDC guidelines allowing those who are fully vaccinated to skip quarantine if they're exposed.
JUST WIN BABY: "Al Davis Vs. The NFL"CBSN Bay Area talks to Ken Rodgers the director of a new ESPN 30 for 30 documentary "Al Davis vs. The NFL", which is about former Raiders owner Al Davis and former NFL commissioner and University of San Francisco alum Pete Rozelle.
Incarcerated Writer At San Quentin Prison On Living Through Outbreak, Vaccines28 incarcerated men at San Quentin Prison and 1 guard died last year from Covid-19 complications. Now vaccines are being administered at San Quentin and across the California prison system. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with the co-founders of the Prison Journalism Project Yukari Iwatani Kane & Shaheen Pasha, as well as incarcerated writer Joe Garcia, in our ongoing series.
California Unemployment Continues to RiseFormer EDD Director Michael Bernick discusses the latest jobless numbers
The Importance of Storytime Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area talks to a local Sunday School teacher who hosts 'Shiba Ibu Storytime', to encourage children to continue reading during the pandemic.
Preventing PandemicsCBSN Bay Area asks the Humane Society about the relationship between pandemics and factory farming.
Margo Hall Named Artistic Director Of Iconic SF TheatreBlack Renaissance host, Janice Mabry, interviews Margo Hall, the new artistic director for The Lorraine Hansberry Theatre in San Francisco.
San Francisco's Foster Parent ShortageCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talks to Michele Segal Foy, a pediatric nurse and foster parent, about San Francisco's shortage of foster parents. More than half of S.F. foster youth are placed outside the city.
Daytime Legend Returns to 'Young and the Restless'CBSN Bay Area's Gianna talks to actor Don Diamont about his brief return to the CBS soap "The Young and the Restless".
Discussing COVID-19 Variants and VaccinesCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks to Dr. Maja Artandi with Stanford Health Care about the latest information on the COVID-19 variants and vaccines
San Francisco's Immersive Van Gogh ExhibitAn opportunity for local artists to have their work showcased at the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit in San Francisco.
New Unemployment Claims Continue to RiseFormer EDD Director Michael Bernick explains why the numbers are still climbing even though some businesses are starting to reopen
'Clarice' Premieres on CBSCBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco talks to Rebecca Breeds, the star of CBS' new series "Clarice", which is a spinoff of "Silence of the Lambs". The new show airs Thursday on KPIX at 10/9c.
The Science of MudslidesSJSU Professor Laura Sullivan-Green explains to CBSN Bay Area about the science behind the increased risk of mudslides in wildfire burn scar areas.
San Francisco Ballet Streams New Production Amid CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area talks to Myles Thatcher with the San Francisco Ballet about his new ballet ‘Colorforms,’ which makes its streaming debut this week.