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Family Still Displaced In Flood-Ravaged San Jose Grateful For Relief EffortAs the damage estimates continue to mount in flood-ravaged San Jose, many flood victims are applying for relief aid and getting donations. Christin Ayers talked to a family that still can't go home.
Oakland Police Ordered To Crack Down On Illegal Warehouse PartiesNearly three months since the deadly Ghost ship warehouse fire, Oakland police are under special orders to make sure one doesn't happen again. Da Lin reports on a new crackdown on illegal parties.
Republicans At GOP Convention Get Behind Trump PresidencyThe GOP convention got underway Saturday. Melissa Caen reports despite the party's current identity crisis, many here said they are happy with many of the decisions being made by the Trump White House.
Pet of the Week: Hemingway Needs a HomeMeet Hemingway, a pit bull that's lovable, snuggable and adoptable, says Grace Reddy, with East Bay SPCA. More info: http://eastbayspca.org/adoptions/adopt-me
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Flood InsuranceConsumer reporter Julie Watts spoke with Emily Rogan, with consumer advocacy group United Policy Holders, about resources available to flood victims without insurance. (2-25-17)
Saturday Morning Pinpoint ForecastExpect some scattered showers around the bay on Saturday followed by a gradual clearing and warming trend, says Julie Watts. (2-25-17)

Family & Parenting

Science Day Preview: InsectPalooza!Mark your calendar: InsectPalooza Family Science Day Saturday Feb. 25 at Umpqua Bank in San Francisco. Norman Gershenz, director of SaveNature.org gave Maria Medina an idea of what to expect. Details: http://bit.ly/2kxf47b
Girl Scouts Celebrate a Century of Cookie SalesAs the Bay Area debuts a new Girl Scout cookie flavor, KPIX 5's John Ramos takes a look back at one hundred years of a beloved, delicious treat. (2-2-1&)
SFUSD Sends Reassuring Robocall To Parents After Trump's Immigrant BanThe chaos and confusion surrounding President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from 7 Muslim countries prompted San Francisco school officials to send out a robocall Monday morning reassuring parents their children would be safe during the crackdown.

Food & Drink

Founder Of Bette's Oceanview Diner In Berkeley Leaves Behind A LegacyBette is remembered and missed by her family, longtime customers and employees. Da Lin reports. (2/23/17)
Soul to Souls - A Celebration Featuring Black Chefs & WinemakersWine sommelier Tonya Pitts and chef David Lawrence talk to host Kenny Choi about 'Soul to Souls' a celebration featuring black chefs and winemakers happening 2/22 at One Market Restaurant, in San Francisco.
SF Lawmaker Proposes Extending Bars' Last Call To 4 AMSan Francisco state senator Scott Wiener is sponsoring legislation that could extend "last call" from 2 a.m. to 4 in the morning. Betty Yu reports. (2-15-17)

News

Family Still Displaced In Flood-Ravaged San Jose Grateful For Relief EffortAs the damage estimates continue to mount in flood-ravaged San Jose, many flood victims are applying for relief aid and getting donations. Christin Ayers talked to a family that still can't go home.
Oakland Police Ordered To Crack Down On Illegal Warehouse PartiesNearly three months since the deadly Ghost ship warehouse fire, Oakland police are under special orders to make sure one doesn't happen again. Da Lin reports on a new crackdown on illegal parties.
Republicans At GOP Convention Get Behind Trump PresidencyThe GOP convention got underway Saturday. Melissa Caen reports despite the party's current identity crisis, many here said they are happy with many of the decisions being made by the Trump White House.

Special Needs Kids

Jefferson Award Winner: Purvi ShahFor providing art therapy for kids with cancer and their siblings, this week's Jefferson Award in the Bay Area goes to Purvi Shah. Sharon Chin reports. (2-2-17)
California Boosts Foster Homes To Replace Group HousingA new recruiting effort aims to enlarge the pool of foster parents across California. Wilson Walker reports. (1-2-17)
Make-A-Wish Helps 9-Year-Old With Brain Tumor Market His Milkshake NationwideYoung Raffi Arabatyan love milkshakes and he's savoring the opportunity of a lifetime. Sharon Chin reports. (12-29-16)

Cancer

Kids & Art Foundation Inspires Young Cancer PatientsJefferson Award Winner Created Kids & Art Foundation
Make-A-Wish Helps 9-Year-Old With Brain Tumor Market His Milkshake NationwideYoung Raffi Arabatyan love milkshakes and he's savoring the opportunity of a lifetime. Sharon Chin reports. (12-29-16)
New Breast Cancer Treatment Producing Amazing ResultsKristine Lazar reports on Sacramento woman getting remarkable results from breast-cancer vaccine (12-27-2016)

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Family Still Displaced In Flood-Ravaged San Jose Grateful For Relief EffortAs the damage estimates continue to mount in flood-ravaged San Jose, many flood victims are applying for relief aid and getting donations. Christin Ayers talked to a family that still can't go home.
Oakland Police Ordered To Crack Down On Illegal Warehouse PartiesNearly three months since the deadly Ghost ship warehouse fire, Oakland police are under special orders to make sure one doesn't happen again. Da Lin reports on a new crackdown on illegal parties.
Republicans At GOP Convention Get Behind Trump PresidencyThe GOP convention got underway Saturday. Melissa Caen reports despite the party's current identity crisis, many here said they are happy with many of the decisions being made by the Trump White House.

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