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Nearly All McClymonds High Class Of 2018 Heading To CollegeMcClymonds High Class of 2018 has a lot to celebrate. As Andrea Nakano tells us, 97% of the graduating seniors are college-bound.
Mental Illness Propels Woman's Startling Descent Into HomelessnessA woman recently arrested for stabbing two strangers with a pair of scissors illustrates the plight of many of the Bay Area's homeless -- thousands of whom are mentally ill. Joe Vazquez traces the sad journey of Marina Vayner from suburban comfort to life on the streets. (5-18-18)
Deputy Recovering After Handcuffed Woman Rams Him with Patrol CarA Santa Cruz deputy is recovering after getting hit by a patrol car. The suspect behind the wheel was a woman who had just slipped out of handcuffs. Maria Medina reports. (5-18-18)

Family & Parenting

Young Boy's Story Highlights Risks Foster Children FaceFoster homes are supposed to provide temporary safe living arrangements for children who can't stay safely with their own parents but often the children end up at even more risk. Susie Steimle reports. (5-11-18)
Oakland Activists Bail Out Mothers Held Behind BarsFor the second year in a row, Oakland-based Essie Justice Group is joining other non-profits across the country to collect donations to bail out incarcerated mothers. Christin Ayers reports. (5-11-18)
Bay Area Cinco de Mayo Events Emphasize Family FunAlthough many use the Mexican holiday as an excuse to drink, KPIX 5's Andria Borba reports there are many others who are keeping the meaning of the day front and center. (5-5-18)

Local Community

Mental Illness Propels Woman's Startling Descent Into HomelessnessA woman recently arrested for stabbing two strangers with a pair of scissors illustrates the plight of many of the Bay Area's homeless -- thousands of whom are mentally ill. Joe Vazquez traces the sad journey of Marina Vayner from suburban comfort to life on the streets. (5-18-18)
Special-Needs Riders Endure Slow Service on Paratransit VansImagine what it would feel like to sit in a bus for three-plus hours for a 14-mile ride. Then imagine what it's like for a disabled person. For many, that is a near-daily reality. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-17-18)
Wounded Veterans Honored at SF BenefitABC correspondent Bob Woodruff's Stand Up for Heroes foundation fundraiser is Thursday night at the Masonic and, earlier in the day, 25 invited veterans were groomed and fed at a luncheon in their honor. John Ramos was there. (5-17-18)

KPIXTV

Fine Cannabis Cuisine May Be The Next Big Thing In SFSome of San Francisco's most creative chefs are hopping on the marijuana bandwagon. Betty Yu shows us one chef who is fusing his vast culinary knowledge with cannabis.
Nearly All McClymonds High Class Of 2018 Heading To CollegeMcClymonds High Class of 2018 has a lot to celebrate. As Andrea Nakano tells us, 97% of the graduating seniors are college-bound.
Prices Going Up As Unemployment Hits Historic Lows In CaliforniaCalifornia's jobless rate is at it's lowest level in 40 years. The numbers are even better in the Bay Area. But as Devin Fehely reports, not everyone is benefiting form the boon.

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