Dan Brekke has worked in media ever since Nixon's first term, when newspapers were still using hot type. He had moved on to online news by the time Bill Clinton met Monica Lewinsky. He's been at KQED since 2007, is an enthusiastic practitioner of radio and online journalism and will talk to you about absolutely anything.
Dan Brekke's Latest Posts
Federal and state statistics show unemployment at lowest level since ’08 as slow recovery continues.
Entertainer joins state’s fight to save water. In the meantime, San Francisco says conservation is sexy.
Ruling declares system ‘dysfunctional’ and says long delays in executions violate U.S. Constitution.
Ann Zeis, 26, died in a fall last week. Her family is seeking items that went missing the night she died.
Agency asks for help in determining how the 6,500-acre fire started on the night of the Fourth of July.
Team revises ballpark rules after episode involving a war bonnet on Native American Heritage Night.
Proposed rules would carry fine of up to $500 for violations such as hosing down sidewalks.
State expresses concern about environmental impacts of diverting water to thirsty pot plants.