Lisa Pickoff-White is KQED's Senior Interactive News Producer. Her work has been honored with awards from the Online News Association, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Society of Professional Journalists and SXSW Interactive. Lisa specializes in visual journalism, including photography and data.
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City officials are bracing for hundreds of thousands of visitors to San Francisco for the celebratory weekend.
Partisan divide persists over how to find extra water as valley starts to see social impact of crisis.
It’s all about public funding in San Mateo County. Residents will decide whether to reopen schools, pass a parcel tax and expand a utility bill.
A wall of fog fell across the Bay Bridge minutes before the last cars would pass over on Wednesday night. It was the final curtain call for a span that had connected the East Bay to Treasure Island for decades. Complete take on the morning commute. A Morning Commute Without the Bay Bridge By Thursday […]
1. The bridge is closing. Hopefully by now you’ve heard the news that the Bay Bridge is closing tonight (Wednesday, Aug. 28) at 8 p.m., and is scheduled to remain closed until next Tuesday morning, Sept. 3, at 5 a.m. If you need to get to San Francisco International Airport at 2 a.m. Friday from […]
On Monday the San Francisco Chronicle announced to staff that the paper will end its short-lived paywall separating Chronicle and SFGatecontent. All Chronicle content will now also appear on SFGate. In a memo, Chronicle executives Joanne Bradford and Jeffrey Johnson said that they believe “we can grow the SFGate audience and revenue faster by having […]
After years of waiting, we finally have two U.S. Supreme Court rulings on the legality of same-sex marriage. But neither ruling was the type of clear-cut decision that advocates on both sides of the issue were hoping for. KQED spoke to several experts about the details of the cases and how this could all play […]