Sarah Craig, KQED Public Media

Sarah Craig

KQED Public Media

Oakland, CA, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

How to Responsibly Purge Your Closet in the Bay Area

American have been cleaning out their closets like never before during the pandemic. But what happens to all those old throwaways? → Read More

Why Are San Francisco Houses So Close Together?

Early on, housing lots in San Francisco were subdivided into plots as little as 25 feet wide -- just enough room for a parlor and a staircase. → Read More

PHOTOS: A Ride With Border Patrol Along San Diego's Border Fence

Photographer Ariana Drehsler and KQED reporter Julie Small went on a ride along with a U.S. Border Patrol agent, from the new border wall prototypes to Friendship Park. → Read More

Hetch Hetchy Water’s Epic Journey, From Mountains to Tap

Take a journey with the Bay Area's drinking water -- from mountain to tap. → Read More

Oakland Zoo Makes Room for Big Predators. But Is it Enough?

The zoo says its new California Trail is designed to re-acquaint visitors with native species, including some long gone. → Read More

Zuckerberg to Tell Congress Facebook's Dark Underbelly Is His Mistake

Read Facebook CEO's Mark Zuckerberg full prepared testimony, which he is expected to deliver to U.S. Senate and House committees this week. → Read More

Some Disneyland Employees Struggle to Pay For Food, Shelter, Survey Finds

More than two-thirds of unionized workers at Disneyland in California tell surveyors that they are food insecure at the place advertised as the "happiest place → Read More

Major Winter Storm Could Threaten Burn Areas in Southern California

Every time a major storm moves into the area around Montecito, residents may be asked or ordered to evacuate. → Read More

Judge Attacked by Trump Sides With President on Challenge to Border Wall

The Center for Biological Diversity, which sued along with the state of California and other advocacy groups, said it would appeal the decision. → Read More

Unions Prepare to Lose in the Courthouse and Strike Back in the Statehouse

The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to decide whether public-employee unions can collect fees from workers who choose not to join the union, an activity which → Read More

As Drought Returns, Water Use Climbs in Southern California Enclaves

U.S. drought monitors this month declared parts of Southern California back in severe drought, just months after the state emerged from that drought category. → Read More

Car Break-Ins Are Up in San Francisco. What’s Being Done?

The city saw more than 30,000 car break-ins last year -- nearly three times that of 2010. → Read More

Car Break-Ins Are Up in San Francisco. What's Being Done?

The city saw more than 30,000 car break-ins last year -- nearly three times that of 2010. → Read More

Two Vets in Love: ‘If You Came To See The Bride, You’re Out Of Luck’

When Jerry Nadeau, 72, a Vietnam vet, met his husband, John Banvard, 100, a World War II vet, neither had been openly gay. → Read More

Recall of Judge Aaron Persky Approved for Santa Clara Ballot

Judge Persky came into the public spotlight after he handed down a controversial sentence to a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault. → Read More

Would You Drink Beer Made With GMO Yeast to Conserve Water?

Biologist Charles Denby is using GMO yeast to make beer more climate-friendly. → Read More

Same-Sex Couples Sue U.S. Government for Kids’ Citizenship

The children were born to two married, same-sex couples with a U.S. citizen parent and foreign parent. → Read More

Judge to Pick Battlefield City for Fight Over Charles Manson’s Body

At least three parties have staked claims to collect Manson's body from the Kern County morgue two months after he died and take control of any of his assets. → Read More

Las Vegas Police Report No Motive or Other Suspects in October Massacre

In a newly released investigation, the lack of a motive and other suspects persisted despite looking into nearly 2,000 leads. → Read More

Democrats and GOP Leaders Point Fingers As Government Shutdown Looms

Senate Democrats say they will oppose the GOP's stopgap funding bill to avert a government shutdown, raising the likelihood of the first partial shutdown since → Read More