Oakland Mayor Apologizes to H.S. Students for Illegal Dumping by Their School
Mayor Libby Schaaf showed up at Ralph J. Bunche Academy on Thursday to apologize for a longtime problem of illegal trash dumping near the campus which has plagued the school for years. Christin Ayers reports. (1-18-18)

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Future Home Of Warriors Will Be Subject Of Ballot Measure In SFThere is a campaign to block the Warriors from moving across the bay. Da Lin reports on the ballot measure San Francisco voters will vote on in June.
Harsh Words For Trump At Democratic ConventionThings got heated at the Democratic convention in San Diego when Senator Dianne Feinstein told supporters President Trump has disgraced the White House.
Neighborhood Violence So Bad SF's Haight Residents Afraid To Go OutsideThe recent escalation of violence in San Francisco's Haight has neighbors afraid to leave their homes. Jackie Ward attended an emergency public meeting and reports there are no easy solutions.
Caught on Camera: Amazon Delivery Driver Tosses Package from CarA Livermore resident's home surveillance camera captured the scene when a driver delivering a package from Amazon pulled into the driveway and chucked the box out the car window then drove off. (2-24-18)

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Young Athletes Accuse USA Swimming Coaches Of Sexual HarrassmentYoung athletes of USA swim team claim they were preyed upon by trusted members of their teams. Katie Neilsen tells us one of the accused is from Los Gatos.
Saturday Night Forecast With Brian HackneyRain next week.
Thousands Line Streets For Lunar New Year ParadeHuge crowds turned out for the Lunar New Year Parade in San Francisco. Andria Borba was there.

Education

Oakland Educators Reject Proposal to Arm TeachersOakland is the only Bay Area school district with its own police force. The chief says many Oakland parents don't want armed officers in the schools, let alone armed teachers. Da Lin reports (2-23-18)
Student Engineers Talk Rocket Science in Silicon ValleyThe rocket scientists of tomorrow were hard at work in the Bay Area Thursday. KPIX 5's Mary Lee was at Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale where local middle-schoolers visited as part of National Engineers Week. (2-22-18)
Barely Missing Massacre, A's Pitcher Sets Up Fund for His Stricken Alma MaterJesus Luzardo graduated from Douglas High School two years ago and now he's working his way through the minor leagues with the A's. He had planned to be on campus last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 17. Luzardo has set up a fund for Douglas High at: bit.ly/2F9qzgg

Local Community

Sunnyvale Winter Homeless Shelter Set to CloseWhen a winter shelter in Sunnyvale shuts its doors in seven weeks it may be devastating for homeless people in the South Bay. Maria Medina reports. (2-23-18)
New Exhibit at de Young Museum in S.F. Spotlights African American ArtA new exhibit title "Revelations" features a wide range of media that share one common component. KPIX 5's Christin Ayers takes a long look with museum curator Timothy Anglin Burgard. (2-18-18)
Warriors' Durant to Pay First Year Tuition for 4 East Palo Alto HS SeniorsSeveral at-risk high school seniors on the Peninsula were shocked to learn last week that Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant has offered to foot the bill for the first year of their college education. Sharon Chin reports. (2-16-18)

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Young Athletes Accuse USA Swimming Coaches Of Sexual HarrassmentYoung athletes of USA swim team claim they were preyed upon by trusted members of their teams. Katie Neilsen tells us one of the accused is from Los Gatos.
Saturday Night Forecast With Brian HackneyRain next week.
Thousands Line Streets For Lunar New Year ParadeHuge crowds turned out for the Lunar New Year Parade in San Francisco. Andria Borba was there.

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