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The Bay

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Every good story starts local. So that’s where we start. The Bay is storytelling for daily news. KQED host Devin Katayama talks with reporters to help us make sense of what’s happening in the Bay Area. One story. One conversation. One idea.

Latest Episodes

How KQED Is Making Radio During the Coronavirus Pandemic

News outlets are considered 'essential' businesses. Here's how we're (still) bringing you stories.

14 MIN11 h ago
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How KQED Is Making Radio During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Why Local News Is Suffering When People Need It Most

The San Francisco Examiner and SF Weekly are cutting the pay and hours of their journalists by 40 percent.

17 MIN3 d ago
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Why Local News Is Suffering When People Need It Most

The Confusing ‘Patchwork’ of Renter Protections

How much help do you have right now if you can't make rent? It depends on where you live.

16 MIN5 d ago
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The Confusing ‘Patchwork’ of Renter Protections

Inside a Bay Area Courtroom During Shelter in Place

Courts are considered "essential," but it doesn't mean a jury trial is a safe place for people to gather right now.

13 MIN1 w ago
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Inside a Bay Area Courtroom During Shelter in Place

Tracking the Latest Chapter of Anti-Asian Racism in America

Asians and Asian-Americans are being harassed by people who think looking Chinese means you have the coronavirus. Three California organizations have created a tracker in order to document these incidences, and now they're receiving nearly 100 a day. Guest: Professor Russel Jeung, Chair of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University

11 MIN1 w ago
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Tracking the Latest Chapter of Anti-Asian Racism in America

‘The Rest of Our Season Got Canceled’

Students may be taking online classes, but their extracurriculars have been canceled.

12 MIN1 w ago
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‘The Rest of Our Season Got Canceled’

The Bay Area Photojournalist Taking Portraits From a Distance

Jessica Christian wants to take photos of where the people are.

11 MIN2 w ago
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The Bay Area Photojournalist Taking Portraits From a Distance

Even Before the Coronavirus, Working Class People Were Barely Getting By

The new coronavirus is highlighting just how precarious life has been for many workers and contractors.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Even Before the Coronavirus, Working Class People Were Barely Getting By

When People Can’t Go to Their Houses of Worship

Religious communities are trying to stay connected while also staying safe from the coronavirus.

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
When People Can’t Go to Their Houses of Worship

Will Daly City’s Only Hospital Survive?

Seton Medical Center is in financial trouble. But closing the hospital could put many vulnerable people at risk.

12 MIN3 w ago
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Will Daly City’s Only Hospital Survive?

Latest Episodes

How KQED Is Making Radio During the Coronavirus Pandemic

News outlets are considered 'essential' businesses. Here's how we're (still) bringing you stories.

14 MIN11 h ago
Comments
How KQED Is Making Radio During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Why Local News Is Suffering When People Need It Most

The San Francisco Examiner and SF Weekly are cutting the pay and hours of their journalists by 40 percent.

17 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Why Local News Is Suffering When People Need It Most

The Confusing ‘Patchwork’ of Renter Protections

How much help do you have right now if you can't make rent? It depends on where you live.

16 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The Confusing ‘Patchwork’ of Renter Protections

Inside a Bay Area Courtroom During Shelter in Place

Courts are considered "essential," but it doesn't mean a jury trial is a safe place for people to gather right now.

13 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Inside a Bay Area Courtroom During Shelter in Place

Tracking the Latest Chapter of Anti-Asian Racism in America

Asians and Asian-Americans are being harassed by people who think looking Chinese means you have the coronavirus. Three California organizations have created a tracker in order to document these incidences, and now they're receiving nearly 100 a day. Guest: Professor Russel Jeung, Chair of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Tracking the Latest Chapter of Anti-Asian Racism in America

‘The Rest of Our Season Got Canceled’

Students may be taking online classes, but their extracurriculars have been canceled.

12 MIN1 w ago
Comments
‘The Rest of Our Season Got Canceled’

The Bay Area Photojournalist Taking Portraits From a Distance

Jessica Christian wants to take photos of where the people are.

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Bay Area Photojournalist Taking Portraits From a Distance

Even Before the Coronavirus, Working Class People Were Barely Getting By

The new coronavirus is highlighting just how precarious life has been for many workers and contractors.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Even Before the Coronavirus, Working Class People Were Barely Getting By

When People Can’t Go to Their Houses of Worship

Religious communities are trying to stay connected while also staying safe from the coronavirus.

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
When People Can’t Go to Their Houses of Worship

Will Daly City’s Only Hospital Survive?

Seton Medical Center is in financial trouble. But closing the hospital could put many vulnerable people at risk.

12 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Will Daly City’s Only Hospital Survive?
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