Tag: kqed newsroom
A group of new California legislators wrap up their first two-year term.
New local funding model and Common Core curriculum to be phased in for 2014-2015 school year.
Lieutenant governor is heading ACLU task force evaluating the many aspects involved in legalizing pot.
Burl poaching is a growing environmental crime that is prompting alarm, and a crackdown.
‘What does it mean to pledge allegiance to a flag since you’re 12, a flag that doesn’t belong to you?’
Increase in fatalities draws attention to what walking and cycling advocates say is a longtime problem.
Ken Burns’ latest film explores Lincoln’s speech through the lens of a small school in Vermont.
Affordable housing, and the lack of it, turns into a cause. Meantime, where’s our wet season?
Town faces threat of NRA lawsuit after voters pass measure responding to last year’s Newtown massacre.
KQED recently announced the launch of a new multiplatform program called “KQED Newsroom,” which starting Oct. 18 will replace “This Week in Northern California” on Friday nights. The title is a nod to the station’s groundbreaking 1968 program, which was the first nightly news series on public television and informed the launch of the national […]