University of San Francisco Professor Dana Zartner spoke to Mornings on 2 on Saturday about how the Biden administration is looking to make a clean break from the Trump era on climate.
San Francisco State University Political Science Professor Rebecca Eissler talked to Mornings on 2 on Saturday about the implications.
Rosemary Orozco talks about the rainy days ahead in the final days of January
Kori Sutton emerges from another fiery season of "Hell's Kitchen" to talk about how the pandemic has changed her cooking and eating habits.
San Francisco Chronicle political reporter Joe Garofoli discusses the new Biden administration on Inauguration Day.
Established in 1987, the Redwood Empire Food Bank is the largest hunger relief organization from Sonoma County to the Oregon border, encompassing Sonoma, Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt and Del Norte counties
Former Oakland A’s pitcher Dave Stewart has placed a bit to buy a portion of the Oakland Coliseum site in hopes of developing the area.
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Teachers and students are struggling during COVID. It's hard for the kids to sit in front of a screen for a long period of time. And teachers are finding it difficult doing all their lesson plans all on one screen. The founder of two screens for teachers, Matt Lerner, says here's how you can help. www.twoscreensforteachers.org
National Bloody Mary Day with Gray Whale Gin founders Marsh and Jan Mokhtari
Tips for a dry January.
Veteran actor Rob Lowe joins KTVU to talk about his hit show "911 Lone Star," what he's learned about firefighting and more.
Since the pandemic hit, Second Harvest has been providing nutritious food to an average of 500,000 people a month, twice the number of people it served before the pandemic.
Cartelligent CEO David Shapiro says his company can get you almost any car.
The Oakland Symphony is saluting Vice President Kamala Harris in honor of the inauguration
Sal Castaneda explores the hot tech from the Consumer Electronics Show
San Francisco Mayor London Breed talks about vaccines and more with Mornings on 2.
Many people are participating in 'Dry January'. The annual tradition of giving up or cutting back on alcohol can be good for your health.
Millions of students across California are still learning primarily at home. Troy Flint with the California School Boards Association details the state's budget and the billions of dollars dedicated to schools in 2021.