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KCBS Radio: All Local
17 minutes | Jan 28, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 27, 2023
The nation is currently grieving: The Half Moon Bay community is holding vigils this week to honor the the victims of the shooting. Multiple police bodycam videos were released to the public depicting what happened the night of the break-in at the Pelosi residence and the brutal attacks Tyre Nichols received from police officers days before his death. Get these local stories and more in this afternoon's edition of the KCBS All Local.
15 minutes | Jan 27, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 27, 2023
This morning is filled with news as temperatures drop over the next six days. The Half Moon Bay shooting suspect admits to his crimes, BART has some unexpected delays after a maintenance car derails near 12th Street, and the Memphis Tyre Nichol's footage shifts the discussion on police brutality. We speak to a 49ers beat reporter on the upcoming game against the Eagles, and their athletic performance over the season. Get these local stories and more in this afternoon's edition of the KCBS All Local.
10 minutes | Jan 27, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 26, 2023
The rainy start to the year is paying off for public water agencies, San Francisco leaders are announcing new ways of dealing with hate crimes, and Oakland nurses are rallying for change amid concerns over chronic staffing issues. Get these local stories and more in this afternoon's edition of the KCBS All Local.
16 minutes | Jan 26, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 26, 2023
We're learning more about some of the victims of the mass shooting in Half Moon Bay this week as well as a possible motive for the killings. Oakland’s Chinatown community held a vigil to honor the victims of the Half Moon Bay, Monterey Park and Oakland mass shootings. We'll soon learn more about the attack on Paul Pelosi following a judge's ruling to allow for the release of new audio and video evidence. Shasta County will no longer use Dominion Voting Systems to count votes in elections. Officials at the National Drought Monitor are watching how quickly our massive snow pack will melt into our reservoirs this spring, but according to the latest Drought map out this morning, we are looking better and better, particularly in the Central Valley. Congressman Adam Schiff posted a video earlier this morning putting his name in the ring for a California senate seat taking aim at GOP lawmakers and former President Donald Trump. All that and more, getting you up to date on a Thursday morning, from the KCS All Local. Anchors Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas are at the mic for this edition of the KCBS All Local.
9 minutes | Jan 26, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 25, 2023
News anchors Patti Reising and Bret Burkhart are the voice of this sunny Wednesday's KCBS Radio: All Local. In today's news, a San Mateo County courtroom sees Chunli Zhao face seven murder counts, one for each death in the recent Half Moon Bay mass shooting - what some are saying was the "worst" mass shooting in San Mateo County history. KCBS Radio's Jeffrey Schaub talks us through the appearance live from Redwood City. News reporter Matt Bigler explains how nonprofit Farmworker Caravan is collecting donations of food and clothes for the farmworkers displaced by the shooting, as many of their homes are on the farms and are now taped off as crime scenes. After two years, Meta plans to end its suspensions on Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts. Reporter David Welch looked into the details. Other news coverage is brought to you by KCBS Radio news reporters Mike Dewald and Raquel Maria Dillon.
12 minutes | Jan 25, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 25, 2023
The man accused of gunning down more than a half-dozen co-workers at two mushroom farms in Half Moon Bay will be in court later today to face multiple murder charges. Governor Newsom speaking in Half Moon Bay yesterday, said the mass shooting has highlighted two huge problems. California's near back-to-back mass shootings have crime experts baffled. One of those autonomous vehicles you see zipping around San Francisco caused Waymo traffic trouble than it's supposed to when it stopped without warning in the middle of a busy intersection. All that and more, getting you up to date on a Wednesday morning, from the KCS All Local. Anchors Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas are at the mic for this edition of the KCBS All Local.
11 minutes | Jan 25, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 24, 2023
Governor Gavin Newsom has just finished speaking to reporters in Half Moon Bay about yesterday's deadly shooting which claimed 7 lives. Earlier in the day, San Mateo County Sheriff's officials released more information about the shooting. Officials believe the shooting that took place at an Oakland gas station last night was gang-related. More details are coming to light about the arrest of San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Charles Omenihu on suspicion of domestic violence. KCBS anchors Patti Reising and Bret Burkhart are at the mic for this edition of the All Local
12 minutes | Jan 24, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 24, 2023
California has now seen three mass shootings in as many days: most recently a shooting at an Oakland gas station where one person was killed and several injured, and a horrible shooting in Half Moon Bay that left seven dead yesterday. KCBS Radio's Matt Bigler who is in Half Moon Bay near the scene of one of the shootings. A mass shooting at an Oakland gas station last night is adding to the renewed calls for tougher gun legislation. As KCBS Radio reporter Holly Quan tells us, those who work Oakland streets say while attention is focused on Half Moon Bay and Monterey Park, Oakland's violence numbers have been staggering for years. As congressional lawmakers negotiate the nation's debt, some are calling for changes to social security, but that could have far-reaching impacts. For more, KCBS Radio is joined by Kathleen Day, journalist and professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Anchors Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas are at the mic for this edition of the KCBS All Local.
12 minutes | Jan 24, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 23rd, 2023
Crews in the East Bay are working to assess and repair damage done from the storms last week. Two homes in Orinda have been red tagged after one of them slide into its own backyard. Oakland's police chief is defending himself. Chief LeRonne Armstrong says he doesn't deserve to be put on administrative leave. He talked to the reporters for the first time today. Investigators are sifting through evidence and surveillance footage to piece together what led to the Lunar New Year massacre in Southern California. Anchors Patti Reising and Bret Burkhart are at the mic for this edition of the KCBS All Local.
13 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 23, 2023
Monday morning headlines from KCBS news anchors Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas: emergency roadwork gets underway along storm-battered West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz. Jennifer Hodges is on the scene. Meanwhile, other weather warnings are happening -- and Jeffrey Schaub reports that means some Bay Area residents are in the dark. Jim Taylor explores student learning loss. All that and more, getting you up to date on a Monday morning, from the KCS All Local.
16 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 22, 2023
A mass shooting in Monterey Park. A tragic story out of Southern California with developments throughout the day. A tragedy that was on the minds of many here in the Bay Area, casting a sad and somber tone on local Lunar New Year gatherings. Anchor Liz Saint John is at the mic for this edition of the KCBS All Local.
12 minutes | Jan 22, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 22, 2023
Los Angeles mourns the death of 10 people in a mass shooting at a Lunar New Year event. BART ridership is finally on the rise from pandemic levels and Bay Area city council members seek federal funding to make your rail rides a better experience. Reproductive health remains a hot button topic as we reach what would be the 50th anniversary of Roe V. Wade. KCBS anchor Kris Ankarlo takes us through the morning with stories from Megan Goldsby, Mike Dewald, and Jim Taylor.
14 minutes | Jan 22, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 21, 2023
It was a sunny Saturday in the Bay Area. And, even though residents are gladly drying out from the recent stormy weather, there was still plenty of news for KCBS to cover as the weekend got underway. Liz Saint John is at the anchor desk and we have reports from David Welch, Cathy Whitman, Raquel Maria Dillon and others. Is there rain on the horizon? We get the forecast from Darren Peck. Stay informed all weekend long, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
14 minutes | Jan 21, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 21, 2023
Spend your Saturday getting caught up on the headlines -- quickly! Our morning edition of the KCBS All Local includes reports from reporters Raquel Maria Dillon, David Welch and Cathy Whitman. Our coverage includes reaction to the Oakland Chief of Police bombshell and one safe storage option for Bay Area flood and mudslide victims. Plus, anchor Dan Mitchinson introduces us to a remarkable teen. Kick off your weekend with the most important local stories, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
11 minutes | Jan 21, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 20, 2023
Making headlines Friday afternoon: the Oakland Police Department was so close to getting out from federal oversight. But, the latest controversy puts that in jeopardy. Raquel Maria Dillon reports the revelations from an internal affairs review also landed the Chief of Police on administrative leave. It's being called the hottest 49ers ticket on record: a seat at this Sunday's playoff game between the 49ers and Cowboys at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. Jim Taylor has details. Meanwhile, David Welch reports on a grant program designed to help small businesses recover from flood damage. And, Matt Bigler takes the temperature in Silicon Valley after word spread that a tech titan is laying off thousands of workers. Reaction to a changing COVID mandate: Margie Shafer reports. What will the weather be like this weekend? Paul Heggen has the sunny details. End your day with the most important local stories, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
9 minutes | Jan 20, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 20, 2023
In the news Friday morning: a tech titan announces massive job cuts. KCBS reporter Matt Bigler is in Mountain View with the story. Mike DeWald is in Marin County reporting on the problem of high end bike thefts. What do Bay Area wastewater readings say about the state of COVID locally? And, Holly Quan follows up on last night's bombshell OPD announcement about Chief Armstrong. As we head into the weekend, folks want to know what the weather will be like. Darren Peck has the sunny details. Start your day with the most important local stories, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
11 minutes | Jan 20, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 19, 2023
Pres. Biden came to Northern California on Thursday, touring storm damage and talking to residents impacted by the recent and ferocious series of storms. Our team coverage includes reporters Mike DeWald and Kris Ankarlo. We have additional local news coverage from Megan Goldsby, and a brighter forecast from Paul Heggen. The day's top stories are here, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
11 minutes | Jan 19, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 19, 2023
Your Thursday morning headlines: Pres. Biden comes to the West Coast to tour the storm-battered California coast and Bay Area. Water, water everywhere -- but not a place to store it? Those stories plus MORE local news, courtesy of this morning's All Local from KCBS.
9 minutes | Jan 19, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Afternoon of January 18, 2023
A busy Wednesday for the Bay Area: from puddles that seem like lakes in a popular nature and recreation area to ongoing storm-related problems for a public transit agency, the Bay Area continues to feel the impacts of the recent series of storms. Plus, stories from reporters Kris Ankarlo and David Welch and a look at the forecast with Paul Heggen -- wrap up your day with the most important local stories, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
9 minutes | Jan 18, 2023
The KCBS All Local: Morning of January 18, 2023
In the news Wednesday morning: coastal areas that have been pummeled by recent atmospheric rivers now face another threat. KCBS reporter Matt Bigler explains why more flooding is forecast. Despite full reservoirs and saturated soils, all this wet weather doesn't necessarily mean an improved outlook for fire season. KCBS reporter Mike DeWald covers expert warnings about a concerning warmer climate. As parks and fields start to dry out from these three weeks of historic rain, there is renewed debate over the best way to conserve water since we're still in a drought. KCBS reporter Holly Quan explores the debate over lawn replacements. And, warnings about mudslides continue, Keith Menconi reports. Start your day with the most important local stories, courtesy of the KCBS All Local.
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