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Dublin Closes New Water Slide After Boy Falls Off On Opening DayAfter a 10-year-old boy was ejected as he descended the three-story Emerald Plunge slide at The Wave at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin on Saturday, the slide was closed and OSHA investigators were called to investigate. Wilson Walker reports. (5-28-17)
San Jose Officer Fatally Shoots Axe-Wielding ManAn officer fatally shot a man with a history of mental illness after he charged at him and other officers with an axe during a confrontation at a San Jose apartment complex. (5-28-17)
Board of Regents Party at UC's ExpenseThe night before the UC Board of Regents voted to raise tuition they threw themselves a party at a very expensive hotel. Melissa Caen reports. (5-28-17)
Japanese Diplomat Joins Veterans of Pacific Battle at San Francisco MemorialEach year at Land’s End in San Francisco there is a ceremony to remember those killed aboard a WW II ship named for the city. This year something unprecedented occurred. John Ramos reports. (5-28-17)
San Francisco Celebrates Carnaval With Kaleidoscope Of Color Under Gray SkyThe skies were overcast and the temperatures were cool, but the music was hot and the dance units hotter as thousands gathered Sunday for the annual Carnaval San Francisco Parade in San Francisco’s Mission District. Jessica Flores reports. (5-28-17)
Part 1 of 2: Carnaval San Francisco Parade 2017More than 65 parade units, representing a spectrum of diversity, took to the streets in San Francisco's Mission District Sunday. Part 1 of full broadcast coverage from KPIX 5. (5-28-17)

Family & Parenting

Alameda County Using Tech To Combat AsthmaAlameda County is lending small, indoor air-quality monitors out to residents in a push to reduce the effects of air pollution on children with allergies. Jessica Flores reports. (5-21-17)
Oakland Student Fights To Keep Immigrant Parents From Being DeportedSince Pres. Trump took office, immigration arrests are skyrocketing. The Bay Area is home to hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants and KPIX 5's Christin Ayers found one Bay Area college student who's fighting to keep her family from becoming another statistic. (5-19-17)
Mega Water Park Project Set To Open In East BayDevin Fehely takes an early look at a multi-million-dollar water park about to bring thrills and hundreds of jobs to Dublin. (5-19-17)

Food & Drink

Hall Cabernet Cookoff Raises More Than $350,000 In NapaThe 2017 Hall Cabernet Cookoff was a huge success, raising more than $350,000 for Napa Valley charities. Hall wine expert, Jennifer Brown showed Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi how to choose, decant and taste a great Cabernet.
KPIX Investigation Shows Many Bay Area Restaurants Mislabel FishBay Area consumers have a reputation for being in the know but, when it comes to some seafood, local diners may be way off track. Susie Steimle reports. (4-27-17)
Central Valley Asparagus Growers Losing Local Market Share To MexicoCalifornia farmers say they're losing out big to cheaper produce coming from Mexico and one local crop in particular is hard-hit: Delta asparagus. Melissa Caen reports. (4-21-17)

News

RAW: Cell phone video of chartered bus with children on board on fire near Los BanosA driver takes cell phone video of a chartered bus that burst into flames on I-5 outside Los Banos on May 24, 2017 with children on board. (5-24-2017)
App Aims To Curb Cellphone AddictionIt's no secret that most of us spend a lot of time glued to our smartphones. Now a new app, Onward, is aiming to curb that addiction. Jeffrey Schaub reports. (5/21/17)
Woman Arrested In Danville Bank Robbery Identified As Former CopA 36-year-old woman arrested in a Danville bank robbery was a former police officer both in Los Angeles and in Placentia, authorities confirmed Wednesday. (5/24/17)

Special Needs Kids

Kids Battling Cancer Enjoy Free Fun Day At Great AmericaIt was a very special Mother's Day for hundreds of Bay Area kids living with cancer. At Great America amusement park, cancer patients and their families enjoyed free admission and lots of fun at the 28th Courageous Kids event. Kiet Do reports. (5-14-17)
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)

Cancer

ConsumerWatch: New Study Shows Quantities Of BPA Found In Canned Food Still HighJulie Watts reports on the latest study measuring the amount of Bisphenol-A found in canned food goods (5-17-2017)
Doctors Puzzled By Increase In Lung Cancer Among Women Who Have Never SmokedElizabeth Cook reports on spike in lung cancer among Asian women without a history of smoking (5-15-2017)
Kids Battling Cancer Enjoy Free Fun Day At Great AmericaIt was a very special Mother's Day for hundreds of Bay Area kids living with cancer. At Great America amusement park, cancer patients and their families enjoyed free admission and lots of fun at the 28th Courageous Kids event. Kiet Do reports. (5-14-17)

Local News

RAW: Cell phone video of chartered bus with children on board on fire near Los BanosA driver takes cell phone video of a chartered bus that burst into flames on I-5 outside Los Banos on May 24, 2017 with children on board. (5-24-2017)
App Aims To Curb Cellphone AddictionIt's no secret that most of us spend a lot of time glued to our smartphones. Now a new app, Onward, is aiming to curb that addiction. Jeffrey Schaub reports. (5/21/17)
Woman Arrested In Danville Bank Robbery Identified As Former CopA 36-year-old woman arrested in a Danville bank robbery was a former police officer both in Los Angeles and in Placentia, authorities confirmed Wednesday. (5/24/17)

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