'We're Still Human Beings': The Struggle of Keeping Relationships Alive in PrisonThe Covid-19 pandemic has only inflamed the challenges of maintaining relationships with incarcerated people. Shaheen Pasha, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, Dr. Ivy Hilton and CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese explore how loved ones manage their relationships with those behind bars.
Tesla Buys $1.5 Billion in BitcoinSJSU Professor Ahmed Banafa explains how the move could impact the digital currency market
The Show Must Go On! Plays & Musicals During the Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area talks with the artistic director of SF Playhouse about the productions they're putting on, with COVID safety protocols in place.
Spreading Love To Seniors Amid COVID-19 on Valentine's DayCBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talked to "Wish of a Lifetime" from AARP about how it’s helping isolated seniors combat loneliness this Valentine's Day.
New Season of 'Black Lightning' Premieres MondayThe new season of the superhero show 'Black Lightning' premieres Monday night on KBCW. CBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco talked to actor Cress Williams about what to expect.
MEDICAL MONDAY: COVID-19 Variants in the Bay AreaCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talked with Stanford Health Care’s Dr. Malathi Srinivasan about the COVID-19 variants discovered in the Bay Area, and asked if we could see another significant surge in cases due to those variants.
Launch of #BlackOwnedProjectOakland's Home of Chicken and Waffles founder Derreck Johnson launches project to help revitalize Black-owned businesses during Black History Month
Incarcerated Men At San Quentin Trade Letter With Miami Youth Academy Through Prison Journalism ProjectMen at San Quentin Prison participated in a letter exchange with incarcerated 14 to 18-year-olds at Miami Youth Academy. The exchange, which was facilitated by the Prison Journalism Project and Florida-based prison education group Exchange for Change, has had a profound effect for both parties. Retired journalist Henry Unger and Yukari Iwatani Kane, the co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, spoke with CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego about setting up the exchange.
COVID-19 OUTBREAK: Racing Against the VirusCBSN Bay Area talks with San Francisco- based Carbon Health and how it's stepping up to assist with the vaccine rollout.
New Episode: CW's "Legacies"CBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco talks to the stars of the CW's" Legacies", Kaylee Bryant and Chris Lee, about the new episode airing Thursday night.
Super Bowl LV Honors Healthcare Workers Amid COVID-19 PandemicCBSN Bay Area talks to the NFL's Executive Vice President of Club Business & League Events about the league's decision to invite thousands of health care workers to watch Super Bowl LV.
Oakland Non-Profit Organization Hosts Treasure Hunt To Celebrate Black History MonthThe Black Joy Parade in Oakland is on hold this year due to the pandemic, instead it's hosting a treasure hunt to help people discover some hidden gems in their neighborhoods.
49ers Launch Virtual Museum49ers alum Keena Turner talks about the launch of the 49ers Museum Virtual Tour
MEDICAL MONDAY: Discussing COVID-19 Variants, Vaccine Boosters and MoreCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks Dr. Laura Gross with Stanford Health Care about the vaccine boosters as COVID-19 variants spread, and if double masking is effective in curbing transmission.
Medical Monday with Stanford Health CareDr. Laura Gross talks about the vaccine boosters as COVID-19 variants spread, and if double masking is effective in curbing transmission
San Francisco Physician Launches First CookbookDr. Linda Shiue shares healthy recipes in 'Spicebox Kitchen'
Postcards from New YorkLeigh Scheps has a preview of some new Broadway shows being offered virtually while theaters remain shut down.
Prison Journalism Project Shows Inside Prison Perspective On Insurrection, Trump & BidenMarcus Henderson, an incarcerated journalist at San Quentin Prison, wrote about political separatism in a recent article on the Prison Journalism Project. The outlet's co-founders, Yukari Iwatani Kane & Shaheen Pasha as well as Henderson, provided insight into inmates thoughts on what led up to the insurrection at the capitol.
Postcards from New YorkLeigh Scheps tells us how we can get a taste of Broadway while theaters remain closed
COVID-19 Vaccine QuestionsCBSN Bay Area asks Dr. Neha Narula with Stanford Health Care if you can still spread the Coronavirus even after you get the vaccine, and how long immunity could last after you get the vaccine.
DiscussingThe New COVID-19 StrainStanford Health Care's Dr. Malathi Srinivasan explains why the new strain of COVID-19 is more transmissible, and if it could become the dominant strain in the U.S..
Economic Outlook for California in 2021Bay Area Chief Economist Scott Anderson discusses the economic outlook for California in 2021
Inside Knowledge From the Inside: UC Berkeley Professor's Book Prison TruthWilliam Drummond's book 'Prison Truth: The story of San Quentin News' explores the only regularly published newspaper in the California prison system. Drummond, the longest tenured professor at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism, has been an advisor to the San Quentin News since 2012. Drummond spoke with CBSN Bay Area about inmates chronicling the coronavirus pandemic and why he thinks all prisons should be turned into colleges.
Bracing for Another Surge of COVID-19 PatientsWe ask Dr. Maja Artandi with Stanford Health Care if local hospitals are prepared to handle a possible surge on top of a surge due to holiday travel