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Breaking news and analysis from around the Bay Area, the state capitol andbeyond. Listen to KCBS Radio and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier’s reportsLIVE on KCBS All News 740 AM and 106.9 FM Mondays through Fridays at 7:50 AMand 5:50 PM or listen to the podcasts ANYTIME posted here daily.

Latest Episodes

Otis Taylor Jr.: Vallejo Police Release Body Cam Video of Shooting of Sean Monterossa

Vallejo police have released the body cam video of the shooting of Sean Monterossa. He was shot and killed as police responded to a robbery at a Walgreens store on June 2nd during protests over the in custody death of George Floyd. KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with San Francisco Chronicle East Bay Columnist Otis R. Taylor Jr. for more.

2 MIN1 d ago
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Otis Taylor Jr.: Vallejo Police Release Body Cam Video of Shooting of Sean Monterossa

Peter Hartlaub: Pandemic Has Brought More Areas to Walk and Bike in SF

The shelter in place in San Francisco has brought about areas in the city where people can bike, walk and skate without worrying about getting hit by a car. But what if sauntering in the middle of JFK drive or walking the Presidio Golf course could be permanent, when the pandemic is over? KCBS Radio's Jeff Bell and Patti Reising talked more about it with San Francisco Chronicle Pop Culture Critic Peter Hartlaub

3 MIN4 d ago
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Peter Hartlaub: Pandemic Has Brought More Areas to Walk and Bike in SF

Otis Taylor Jr.: City of Martinez Hot-Spot for Backlash Against BLM

The City of Martinez has become a hot-spot for a backlash against the Black Lives Matter movement. First, a couple were caught trying to paint over a city-approved Black Lives Matter mural on the 4th of July. They have since been arrested and charged with a hate crime. And investigators are looking into who painted a White Lives Matter mural on a street a couple of miles away. San Francisco Chronicle East Bay Columnist Otis Taylor Jr. writes about the backlash in today's paper. KCBS Radio's Patti Reising and Jeff Bell spoke with him earlier today.

2 MIN5 d ago
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Otis Taylor Jr.: City of Martinez Hot-Spot for Backlash Against BLM

Corey Cook: SF Supervisor Proposes Legislation Making 911 Call Based on Race Illegal

A San Francisco Supervisor is proposing legislation that would make it illegal to call 9-1-1, based on someone's race. It's called the Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies or CAREN for short. KCBS Radio News anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with Corey Cook, Professor of Politics and Vice Provest at St. Mary's to find out more.

3 MIN6 d ago
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Corey Cook: SF Supervisor Proposes Legislation Making 911 Call Based on Race Illegal

Corey Cook: CA Attorney General Leads Lawsuit Against Trump Administration

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is leading a lawsuit against the Trump administration over pandemic relief funds for K-12 schools. This comes after the Department of Education required the states set aside a portion of that funding for private schools. For more, we turn to the KCBS news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with St. Mary's College Professor of Politics and Vice Provost Corey Cook.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Corey Cook: CA Attorney General Leads Lawsuit Against Trump Administration

Otis Taylor Jr.: San Quentin Suffers Another Death During Coronavirus Outbreak

There's been a shakeup at the top of the state's corrections department with officials announcing the replacement of the system's top medical officer. This comes as sixth inmate at San Quentin has died. Meanwhile, some advocates say the outbreak highlights the prison system's cruel treatment of prisoners. San Francisco Chronicle East Bay Columnist Otis Taylor Jr., wrote about that in today's paper and KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with him about the issue.

1 MIN1 w ago
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Otis Taylor Jr.: San Quentin Suffers Another Death During Coronavirus Outbreak

Phil Matier: Future Holiday Celebrations in Jeopardy If Curve Isn't Flattened

While this Independence Day weekend may be a quiet one due to COVID-19, the uptick in cases across California could have lasting implications for how we operate on holidays if we can't flatten the curve. KCBS Radio's Jeff Bell and Patti Reising talked more about it with KCBS and Chronicle insider Phil Matier.

2 MIN1 w ago
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Phil Matier: Future Holiday Celebrations in Jeopardy If Curve Isn't Flattened

Phil Matier: Cities and Public Agencies Continue to Look at Slashing Police Budgets

Six months ago, If anyone mentioned that cities and public agencies would be considering plans to slash their police budgets, they would have been deemed outrageous. Fast forward to today and leaders in major Bay Area cities like San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley along with transit agencies like BART are taking this very seriously. KCBS Radio's Jeff Bell and Patti Reising talked more about it with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Phil Matier: Cities and Public Agencies Continue to Look at Slashing Police Budgets

Phil Matier: Gavin Newsom Scales Back Re-Opening

As we've been reporting, Governor Gavin Newsom is scaling back the state's reopening plans, shutting down indoor restaurant dining and bars in 19 counties that have been hit hard by a resurgence in Coronavirus cases. The order also closes movie theatres, museums and cardrooms. KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier to get further details.

2 MIN1 w ago
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Phil Matier: Gavin Newsom Scales Back Re-Opening

Phil Matier: Berkeley to Consider Taking Away Parking and Traffic Duties From Police

Berkeley is set to consider a proposal that would take away parking and traffic enforcement duties from the city's police department. This comes as the mayor says he wants to cut more than 9 million from the department's budget. KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier to find how this would work.

2 MIN2 w ago
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Phil Matier: Berkeley to Consider Taking Away Parking and Traffic Duties From Police

Latest Episodes

Otis Taylor Jr.: Vallejo Police Release Body Cam Video of Shooting of Sean Monterossa

Vallejo police have released the body cam video of the shooting of Sean Monterossa. He was shot and killed as police responded to a robbery at a Walgreens store on June 2nd during protests over the in custody death of George Floyd. KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with San Francisco Chronicle East Bay Columnist Otis R. Taylor Jr. for more.

2 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Otis Taylor Jr.: Vallejo Police Release Body Cam Video of Shooting of Sean Monterossa

Peter Hartlaub: Pandemic Has Brought More Areas to Walk and Bike in SF

The shelter in place in San Francisco has brought about areas in the city where people can bike, walk and skate without worrying about getting hit by a car. But what if sauntering in the middle of JFK drive or walking the Presidio Golf course could be permanent, when the pandemic is over? KCBS Radio's Jeff Bell and Patti Reising talked more about it with San Francisco Chronicle Pop Culture Critic Peter Hartlaub

3 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Peter Hartlaub: Pandemic Has Brought More Areas to Walk and Bike in SF

Otis Taylor Jr.: City of Martinez Hot-Spot for Backlash Against BLM

The City of Martinez has become a hot-spot for a backlash against the Black Lives Matter movement. First, a couple were caught trying to paint over a city-approved Black Lives Matter mural on the 4th of July. They have since been arrested and charged with a hate crime. And investigators are looking into who painted a White Lives Matter mural on a street a couple of miles away. San Francisco Chronicle East Bay Columnist Otis Taylor Jr. writes about the backlash in today's paper. KCBS Radio's Patti Reising and Jeff Bell spoke with him earlier today.

2 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Otis Taylor Jr.: City of Martinez Hot-Spot for Backlash Against BLM

Corey Cook: SF Supervisor Proposes Legislation Making 911 Call Based on Race Illegal

A San Francisco Supervisor is proposing legislation that would make it illegal to call 9-1-1, based on someone's race. It's called the Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies or CAREN for short. KCBS Radio News anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with Corey Cook, Professor of Politics and Vice Provest at St. Mary's to find out more.

3 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Corey Cook: SF Supervisor Proposes Legislation Making 911 Call Based on Race Illegal

Corey Cook: CA Attorney General Leads Lawsuit Against Trump Administration

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is leading a lawsuit against the Trump administration over pandemic relief funds for K-12 schools. This comes after the Department of Education required the states set aside a portion of that funding for private schools. For more, we turn to the KCBS news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with St. Mary's College Professor of Politics and Vice Provost Corey Cook.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Corey Cook: CA Attorney General Leads Lawsuit Against Trump Administration

Otis Taylor Jr.: San Quentin Suffers Another Death During Coronavirus Outbreak

There's been a shakeup at the top of the state's corrections department with officials announcing the replacement of the system's top medical officer. This comes as sixth inmate at San Quentin has died. Meanwhile, some advocates say the outbreak highlights the prison system's cruel treatment of prisoners. San Francisco Chronicle East Bay Columnist Otis Taylor Jr., wrote about that in today's paper and KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with him about the issue.

1 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Otis Taylor Jr.: San Quentin Suffers Another Death During Coronavirus Outbreak

Phil Matier: Future Holiday Celebrations in Jeopardy If Curve Isn't Flattened

While this Independence Day weekend may be a quiet one due to COVID-19, the uptick in cases across California could have lasting implications for how we operate on holidays if we can't flatten the curve. KCBS Radio's Jeff Bell and Patti Reising talked more about it with KCBS and Chronicle insider Phil Matier.

2 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Phil Matier: Future Holiday Celebrations in Jeopardy If Curve Isn't Flattened

Phil Matier: Cities and Public Agencies Continue to Look at Slashing Police Budgets

Six months ago, If anyone mentioned that cities and public agencies would be considering plans to slash their police budgets, they would have been deemed outrageous. Fast forward to today and leaders in major Bay Area cities like San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley along with transit agencies like BART are taking this very seriously. KCBS Radio's Jeff Bell and Patti Reising talked more about it with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Phil Matier: Cities and Public Agencies Continue to Look at Slashing Police Budgets

Phil Matier: Gavin Newsom Scales Back Re-Opening

As we've been reporting, Governor Gavin Newsom is scaling back the state's reopening plans, shutting down indoor restaurant dining and bars in 19 counties that have been hit hard by a resurgence in Coronavirus cases. The order also closes movie theatres, museums and cardrooms. KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier to get further details.

2 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Phil Matier: Gavin Newsom Scales Back Re-Opening

Phil Matier: Berkeley to Consider Taking Away Parking and Traffic Duties From Police

Berkeley is set to consider a proposal that would take away parking and traffic enforcement duties from the city's police department. This comes as the mayor says he wants to cut more than 9 million from the department's budget. KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier to find how this would work.

2 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Phil Matier: Berkeley to Consider Taking Away Parking and Traffic Duties From Police
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