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Alameda's Cooper Teare Hoping To Make Mile HistorySt. Joseph senior Cooper Teare is hoping to become the tenth high school athlete to run a sub-four minute mile. (5/24/17)
SFPD Faces Challenges In Terror Response AbilitySan Francisco's police chief addressed concerns about security gaps in fighting terror in the wake of the Manchester attacks. Phil Matier reports. (5/24/17)
Wednesday Evening Forecast With Paul DeannoTemperatures will stay cooler and mild Thursday (5-24-2017)
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)

Arts & Entertainment

King of Carnaval Can Dance Although He Can't HearJoe Vazquez introduces the King and Queen of San Francisco's Carnaval. The king -- Antoine Hunter -- shows off dance moves that are elegant and graceful. He also happens to be deaf. (5-26-17)
BottleRock Kicks Off In Napa WIth Added SecuritySecurity at this year’s BottleRock festival in Napa has been increase in the wake of the deadly Manchester Arena bombing outside an Ariana Grande concert earlier this week. Sharon Chin reports. (5-26-17)
Security Increased At BottleRock Fest In Wake Of Manchester Terror AttackJessica Flores reports on ramping up of security at fifth annual BottleRock festival in Napa (5-26-2017)

Local Community

Bay Area Woman Bridges Divides With Meet-a-Muslim ProjectA Fremont resident created "Meet a Muslim" where she speaks to groups and answers whatever questions they may have about Muslim people. John Ramos reports. (5/23/17)
Boosting The Male Biological ClockBay Sunday welcomes fertility expert Stephen Bollinger who shares his “guy’s guide to boosting the male biological clock” for men grappling with infertility.
Kids Ocean Day In San FranciscoTiff Murzi-Moyce from the Marine Science Institute talks to Bay Sunday about the 24th Annual Kids Ocean Day Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup.

General

Actress Angela Bassett Hopes To Save Lives With Sweet Heart Diabetes ProjectActress Angela Bassett talks to Black Renaissance'host Christin Ayers about her new project, ForMySweetHeart.com, which aims to help prevent and treat Type II diabetes.
Hamilton Inspires Thousands Of High School StudentsThe Broadway hit musical Hamilton has taken America by storm. Now, it has taken the hearts and minds of thousands of students who performed their own solos before seeing matinee performances free of charge. BR producer Jan Mabry reports from SF's Orpheum Theatre.
Smuin's World Premiere Tribute To The 50th Anniversary Of The 'Summer Of Love'Smuin's Artistic Director Celia Fushille talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about the company's tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. Performances are May 5 through June 3 in Mountain View, Walnut Creek, San Francisco and Carmel. For tickets visit smuinballet.org.

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