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
Tribunal’s longest-serving member departs after career that defied expectations of conservative backers.
Ted Agu, a defensive end from Bakersfield, died during a run with teammates Friday morning.
Proposed $6.9 billion initiative by state Sen. Lois Wolk has strong backing from environmental groups.
The comic takes aim at gentrification and Google buses, and the crowd goes wild.
One home truth for all of Northern California after weekend storm: The drought’s a long way from over.
Three-judge panel finds state has made steps toward ‘durable’ solution to prison overcrowding.
State Sen. Jerry Hill introduces bill that would force billionaire to allow access to Martins Beach.
If you’re waiting for the next storm, be patient. The outlook for most of the Bay Area is dry weather.
Agency declares support for a program to fix the 24 most dangerous intersections in the city.