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.
Sondland To Be Scrutinized In 2nd Week Of Trump Impeachment InquiryThe second week of public impeachment hearings begin Tuesday with one of the most closely watched witnesses being EU Ambassador Gordon Sundland amid new revelations about his interaction with Ukraine. (11/19/19)
Buttigieg Grabs Top Spot, Harris Plummets in Iowa Polls as California Democrats ConveneThe new frontrunner in Iowa is trying to cement his surge in the polls as a who's-who of Democrats gather in Long Beach this weekend. Cristy Fajardo reports. (11-17-19)
East Bay City Leaders Join Forces To Save Alta Bates HospitalCity leaders in Contra Costa and Alameda counties joined forces to try and save Alta Bates Medical Center in Berkeley. Da Lin reports that closing the hospital could pose health risks for nearby residents.
Former Ambassador To Ukraine Testifies In Impeachment InquiryDuring the testimony by former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, President Trump tweeted disparaging remarks that were interpreted by Democrats as witness intimidation. (11/15/19)
Bernie Sanders Makes Campaign Stop in OaklandBernie Sanders drew big crowds in Oakland Friday as he kicked off a 3-day swing in the Golden State. Andria Borba reports. (11-15-19)
Speier Demands Benefits For Filipino War Heroes Who Fought With U.S. In World War IIRep. Jackie Speier met with Filipino war heroes on Veterans' Day, saying those who fought alongside Americans in World War II should receive benefits. (11/12/19)
Swalwell: Trump Ran 'Extortion Scheme' on Ukraine PresidentBay Area Congressman Eric Swalwell said Sunday that lawmakers have amassed enough evidence from current and former administration officials to prove Pres. Trump participated in an "extortion scheme" to pressure the Ukrainian government. (11-10-19)
Boudin Celebrates Victory After Winning Race For SF District AttorneyChesa Boudin celebrated his election victory in the race to become SF's District Attorney,. As Betty Yu reports, he was the most progressive candidate on the ballot focusing on reform over incarceration.
Calls For A Crackdown On Crime In San Francisco's Federal PlazaA San Francisco supervisor is calling for a crackdown on crime in the city's Federal Plaza. Devin Fehely tells us the federal government may step in.
West Contra Costa Co. Still Needs Emergency Room After 2015 Shutdown Of Doctors Medical CenterThere are new demands to bring a hospital to West Contra Costa County. Wilson Walker explains the area has been without an emergency room since Doctors Medical Center was shut down in 2015.
Will He or Won't He? Bloomberg Said to Be Set to Enter Race for PresidentMichael Bloomberg is taking new steps toward running for president in 2020. (11-8-19)
Friday Developments in the Impeachment InquiryTestimony from President Trump's former Russia adviser, Fiona Hill, and Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman have brought the Ukraine scandal to the president's top aide. Bofta Yimam reports. (11-8-19)
San Francisco DA Race Between Loftus, Boudin Too Close To CallThe race for San Francisco District Attorney between Suzy Loftus and Chesa Boudin remained too close to call early Wednesday, with Loftus leading by only a few hundred votes in ranked-choice voting. Jakcie Ward reports. (11/6/19)
High Turnout At Orinda City Council Over Short-Term Rental ConcernsCity leaders discussed Orinda's short-term rental policy late into the night after hearing from dozens of residents during public comment. The meeting was held at the Library Auditorium and there was an overflow room. Betty Yu reports. (11-5-2019)