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Stay up to date with news from around the Bay Area with the All Localpodcast. KCBS Radio's reporters and anchors will give you the news you needto know whether you're just starting your morning or catching up at the endof your day.

Latest Episodes

The All Local: Thursday 4-23-20 Evening

California is marking a grim milestone with its deadliest day yet of the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial fishermen already struggling with supply chain problems are now being t​old to pull up their crab nets, BART is receiving $250 million dollars in emergency federal aid to help stabilize its budget, another major freeway project is set to get underway overnight, and Google tapped its global supply chain to donate thousands of face shields to the Valley Medical Center Foundation in Santa Clara County. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 22, 2020.

7 MINAPR 24
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The All Local: Thursday 4-23-20 Evening

The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Evening

San Francisco leaders say their ultimate goal is to test everyone in the city for coronavirus, Governor Newsom laid out ambitious plans today to test and trace more people in California to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Santa Clara County health officials say that community spread likely began much earlier than previously thought, and every trip across the Bay Bridge is going to cost six dollars starting tomorrow. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 22, 2020.

7 MINAPR 23
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The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Evening

The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Midday

Governor Gavin Newsom made announcements today about easing some of the shelter-in-place restrictions, Santa Clara County health officials say the recent news suggesting a much earlier spread of COVID-19 in the county than previously known, and over six thousand medical grade masks have been donated to Oakland's Highland Hospital for doctors, nurses, and technicians. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 22, 2020.

4 MINAPR 23
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The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Midday

The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Evening

Governor Newsom warned today against reopening the state too quickly, there’s been an up-tick in visitors trying to access Mount Diablo State Park even though it’s closed because of shelter-in-place orders, gas prices are dropping like a rock, and immigrants locked up in Central California have filed a class action lawsuit against ICE. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 21, 2020.

7 MINAPR 22
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The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Evening

The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Midday

Glide Church in San Francisco’s tenderloin neighborhood is the center of activity for the San Francisco Police Department tactical squad, the Tenderloin area seems just as crowded as ever, crowds have flocked to an East Bay neighborhood to try and access Mount Diablo State Park even though it’s closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, San Jose’s program to fight blight has been forced to slow down in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 21, 2020.

5 MINAPR 22
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The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Midday

The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Evening

San Franciscans can now check the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in their immediate neighborhood, Governor Newsom and his wife announced a major initiative today to try to close the digital divide, protesting nurses are demanding protections when treating patients with COVID-19, a Vallejo Medical marajuana dispensary has come up with an innovative way to service its hundreds of patients each day without exposing them or staff to coronavirus, and San Francisco Supervisor Matt Haney says the city needs to do a whole lot more to protect homeless residents. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 20, 2020.

7 MINAPR 21
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The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Evening

The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Midday

The homeless say they need more bathrooms to be opened up so they can stay clean and safe from Covid-19, San Francisco police are already out in Golden Gate Park rousting anyone who thinks they're going to be celebrating today's 4-20 day at Hippie Hill, Police shot and kill a man swinging a baseball bat inside a San Leandro Walmart on Saturday and an anti police terror group is now calling it an "execution," and you may still be able to find baking supplies if you're looking in the right places. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 20, 2020.

6 MINAPR 21
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The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Midday

The All Local: Friday 4-9-20 Evening

The state is putting a whole lot of new resources into keeping the elderly people who live in assisted living facilities safe, the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness says it is heartbroken and infuriated to see its predictions come true after the Mayor announced a corona-virus outbreak at a homeless shelter, the Stanford Blood Center is looking for plasma donations from people who have recovered from COVID-19, grading during this national emergency is a topic of debate among parents and educators in the San Mateo Union High School District, and a famed San Francisco bookstore is asking for some financial help as we all try to weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 10, 2020.

7 MINAPR 11
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The All Local: Friday 4-9-20 Evening

The All Local: Friday 4-10-20 Midday

The Stanford blood center is looking for plasma donations from people who have recovered from COVID-19, the San Mateo Union High School District Board of Trustees are considering changing letter grades to "credit" or "no credit" during the pandemic, leftover fabric from the National AIDS Memorial Quilt is now being used to make corona-virus masks for the Bay Area's homeless and others in need, starting tomorrow, the city of Oakland will begin opening up nearly 75 miles of local roadways to pedestrians and cyclists, and new no-parking zones have been designated near parks and other open spaces in Marin County. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 10, 2020.

7 MINAPR 11
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The All Local: Friday 4-10-20 Midday

The All Local: Thursday 4-9-20 Evening

For the first time during the coronavirus pandemic the number of Californians in intensive care units with COVID-19 has gone down, McDonald's workers across California are demanding the fast food chain provide them with personal protective equipment during the corona-virus pandemic, LGBTQ civil rights pioneer Phyllis Lyon has died at the age of 95, the effects of the coronavirus on the economy has people wondering if we are headed into a depression, and Santa Clara County has launched an initiative to help people facing financial hardship due to the corona-virus pandemic.Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 9, 2020.

7 MINAPR 10
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The All Local: Thursday 4-9-20 Evening

Latest Episodes

The All Local: Thursday 4-23-20 Evening

California is marking a grim milestone with its deadliest day yet of the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial fishermen already struggling with supply chain problems are now being t​old to pull up their crab nets, BART is receiving $250 million dollars in emergency federal aid to help stabilize its budget, another major freeway project is set to get underway overnight, and Google tapped its global supply chain to donate thousands of face shields to the Valley Medical Center Foundation in Santa Clara County. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 22, 2020.

7 MINAPR 24
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The All Local: Thursday 4-23-20 Evening

The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Evening

San Francisco leaders say their ultimate goal is to test everyone in the city for coronavirus, Governor Newsom laid out ambitious plans today to test and trace more people in California to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Santa Clara County health officials say that community spread likely began much earlier than previously thought, and every trip across the Bay Bridge is going to cost six dollars starting tomorrow. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 22, 2020.

7 MINAPR 23
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The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Evening

The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Midday

Governor Gavin Newsom made announcements today about easing some of the shelter-in-place restrictions, Santa Clara County health officials say the recent news suggesting a much earlier spread of COVID-19 in the county than previously known, and over six thousand medical grade masks have been donated to Oakland's Highland Hospital for doctors, nurses, and technicians. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 22, 2020.

4 MINAPR 23
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The All Local: Wednesday 4-22-20 Midday

The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Evening

Governor Newsom warned today against reopening the state too quickly, there’s been an up-tick in visitors trying to access Mount Diablo State Park even though it’s closed because of shelter-in-place orders, gas prices are dropping like a rock, and immigrants locked up in Central California have filed a class action lawsuit against ICE. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 21, 2020.

7 MINAPR 22
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The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Evening

The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Midday

Glide Church in San Francisco’s tenderloin neighborhood is the center of activity for the San Francisco Police Department tactical squad, the Tenderloin area seems just as crowded as ever, crowds have flocked to an East Bay neighborhood to try and access Mount Diablo State Park even though it’s closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, San Jose’s program to fight blight has been forced to slow down in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 21, 2020.

5 MINAPR 22
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The All Local: Tuesday 4-21-20 Midday

The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Evening

San Franciscans can now check the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in their immediate neighborhood, Governor Newsom and his wife announced a major initiative today to try to close the digital divide, protesting nurses are demanding protections when treating patients with COVID-19, a Vallejo Medical marajuana dispensary has come up with an innovative way to service its hundreds of patients each day without exposing them or staff to coronavirus, and San Francisco Supervisor Matt Haney says the city needs to do a whole lot more to protect homeless residents. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 20, 2020.

7 MINAPR 21
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The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Evening

The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Midday

The homeless say they need more bathrooms to be opened up so they can stay clean and safe from Covid-19, San Francisco police are already out in Golden Gate Park rousting anyone who thinks they're going to be celebrating today's 4-20 day at Hippie Hill, Police shot and kill a man swinging a baseball bat inside a San Leandro Walmart on Saturday and an anti police terror group is now calling it an "execution," and you may still be able to find baking supplies if you're looking in the right places. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 20, 2020.

6 MINAPR 21
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The All Local: Monday 4-20-20 Midday

The All Local: Friday 4-9-20 Evening

The state is putting a whole lot of new resources into keeping the elderly people who live in assisted living facilities safe, the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness says it is heartbroken and infuriated to see its predictions come true after the Mayor announced a corona-virus outbreak at a homeless shelter, the Stanford Blood Center is looking for plasma donations from people who have recovered from COVID-19, grading during this national emergency is a topic of debate among parents and educators in the San Mateo Union High School District, and a famed San Francisco bookstore is asking for some financial help as we all try to weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 10, 2020.

7 MINAPR 11
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The All Local: Friday 4-9-20 Evening

The All Local: Friday 4-10-20 Midday

The Stanford blood center is looking for plasma donations from people who have recovered from COVID-19, the San Mateo Union High School District Board of Trustees are considering changing letter grades to "credit" or "no credit" during the pandemic, leftover fabric from the National AIDS Memorial Quilt is now being used to make corona-virus masks for the Bay Area's homeless and others in need, starting tomorrow, the city of Oakland will begin opening up nearly 75 miles of local roadways to pedestrians and cyclists, and new no-parking zones have been designated near parks and other open spaces in Marin County. Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the afternoon of April 10, 2020.

7 MINAPR 11
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The All Local: Friday 4-10-20 Midday

The All Local: Thursday 4-9-20 Evening

For the first time during the coronavirus pandemic the number of Californians in intensive care units with COVID-19 has gone down, McDonald's workers across California are demanding the fast food chain provide them with personal protective equipment during the corona-virus pandemic, LGBTQ civil rights pioneer Phyllis Lyon has died at the age of 95, the effects of the coronavirus on the economy has people wondering if we are headed into a depression, and Santa Clara County has launched an initiative to help people facing financial hardship due to the corona-virus pandemic.Local people. Local stories. From the KCBS Radio Newsroom, this is "The All Local" for the evening of April 9, 2020.

7 MINAPR 10
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The All Local: Thursday 4-9-20 Evening
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