Reporter at the Los Angeles Times covering state and federal courts in California, the Supreme Court and the State Bar.

Bob Egelko has been a reporter since June 1970. He spent 30 years with the Associated Press, covering news, politics and occasionally sports in Los Angeles, San Diego and Sacramento, and legal affairs in San Francisco from 1984 onward. He worked for the San Francisco Examiner for five months in 2000, then joined The Chronicle in November 2000.

He has a law degree from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento and is a member of the bar. Coverage has included the passage of Proposition 13 in 1978, the appointment of Rose Bird to the state Supreme Court and her removal by the voters, the death penalty in California and the battles over gay rights and same-sex marriage.

Bob Egelko

Links: @egelko | Link to bio | (Current as of: June 25, 2015)


News Story

Judge asked to OK new English-learners plan for SF schools

Bob Egelko
San Francisco Chronicle
June 24, 2015
SF school district seeks approval of English language learner program against complaints of parents who say they are not being properly advised.

News Story

Drivers with unpaid-ticket license suspensions may get a break

Bob Egelko
SF Gate
June 20, 2015
The newly-approved state budget includes debt relief and payment assistance for drivers whose licenses were suspended for failing to pay for traffic tickets.

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