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The Latino Family Literacy Program at Dan Mini Elementary School is aiming to bring parents and kids together through books.
As Campaign 2012 continues, undecided voters across the country are having a hard time deciphering truth from fiction from both parties.
Nobody likes a bully, least of all the one being bullied. And, because nobody knows this better than kids, why not teach kids to put bullies in their place?
In November 2010, San Francisco voters passed the Sit/Lie law, which made it illegal to sit on the City’s sidewalks between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m., but that hasn’t deterred transients on Haight Street from doing it anyway.
The Japanese government estimates that 1.5 million tons of debris from last year’s tsunami remains in the ocean, with some of it possibly washing onto West Coast shores over the next several years.
In this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Holly Quan visits Minamisanriku, a city still trying to recover from last year’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
In this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Margie Shafer tours Ecopia Farms in Campbell, which is taking urban farming to a warehouse.
In this KCBS Cover Story, Jeffrey Schaub reports that a youth center is hoping to provide some shelter and guidance for the neighborhood’s youth.
State prison officials continue to search for ways to help parolees adjust to life after spending time behind bars.
The hospital has created a video as part of the national “It Gets Better Project” aimed at helping LGBT youth who are dealing with bullying or depression.