Bob Egelko

San Francisco Chronicle

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Courts reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

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San Francisco and Santa Clara have filed suit to block President Trump’s executive order to withdraw federal funding from cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration…

California cities take Trump to court over sanctuary policies

San Francisco and Santa Clara have filed suit to block President Trump’s executive order to withdraw federal funding from cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Prop 57 would change sentencing for non-violent offenders making them eligible for earlier release based on good behavior. What are the implications?

Prop 57: Inmate sentencing

Prop 57 would change sentencing for non-violent offenders making them eligible for earlier release based on good behavior. What are the implications?

from Olney in L.A.

Judges in Los Angeles County are warning that budget cuts are likely to force courtrooms to close and limit access to justice.

Budget Cuts and Access to Justice

Judges in Los Angeles County are warning that budget cuts are likely to force courtrooms to close and limit access to justice.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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KCRW’s Warren Olney talks with Jane Coaston, host of the New York Times podcast “The Argument,” about politics and race.

from To the Point

Tonga Hut was closed for 14 months during the COVID pandemic, but thanks to help from community members, it's set for a grand reopening on May 14.

from KCRW Features

Navigating the pandemic as a small business owner isn’t easy. But there’s a lot of help, so long as you know where to look.

from KCRW Features

“The Emerald Cup 2021 really encapsulates the best of California cannabis these days. The strains that won are the ones that you want to look for on the shelves.

from KCRW Features

Today Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled his California Comeback Plan , which means two-thirds of Californians would receive $600 stimulus checks, and some families with children would get…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Today the Supreme Court agreed to take up a challenge to a Mississippi law that bans all abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Camp Fire ripped through the town of Paradise in November 2018, becoming the most destructive and deadliest fire in state history.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Maj. Danny Sjursen weighs in on U.S. intelligence agencies’ recent admission that a report that the Taliban had been paid by Russia to kill Americans is most likely false.

from Scheer Intelligence

Joe Mathews says national governments and tech companies are not up to the job of regulating the worldwide web.

from Zócalo's Connecting California