Bay Area Woman Remembers Modern-Day Slave 'Lola' As 'Grandma'
A family secret is making headlines around the world, thanks to an Atlantic magazine article in which a reporter reveals that his family kept a slave named Lola for decades. Joe Vazquez speaks with a family member in the Bay Area who knew Lola as "grandma." (5-18-17)

Family & Parenting

Parents Discuss Learning Firsthand About Excitement of Spelling CompetitionBack in 2014, Usha and Raj Gandhasri of San Jose spontaneously decided to compete against their peers in the adult competition just minutes after their oldest son, Rutvik, took part in the children's spelling bee. It wasn't easy. Sharon Chin reports. (3-16-18)
Kindness Reunites 67-Year-Old Homeless Man with Birth MotherThanks to an act of kindness by an Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy, a 67-year-old man living on the street in the East Bay was recently able to meet his birth mother in a reunion 65 years in the making. Elizabeth Cook reports. (3-15-18)
Alum Rock Students Walk Out in Protest Against School DistrictHundreds of kids walked out of class to protest what they say is poor leadership within the Alum Rock Union School District. Kiet Do reports. (3-8-18)


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Pacifica Pastor Serves Weekly Meal To Those In NeedJefferson Award Winner Cooks Weekly Meal For The Homeless And Seniors
Sinkhole Shuts Down Lane Exiting Posey Tube In OaklandBetty Yu reports on sinkhole repairs snarling traffic for people leaving Alameda through Posey Tube (3-18-2018)
Authorities Investigate Latest Explosion Causing Injuries In AustinBrian Hackney reports on authorities in Austin investigating explosion that injured two men (3-18-2018)

National News

Trump-linked Data Analysis Firm Taps 50 Million Facebook ProfilesFacebook is under fire again. A data analysis firm employed by President Trump's 2016 campaign tapped the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission. Wendy Gillette reports. (3-18-18)
Attorney General Fires Former FBI Deputy Director McCabeAttorney General Jeff Sessions says he has fired former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, a regular target of President Donald Trump's anger and criticism, just two days before his scheduled retirement date. Mola Lenghi reports from Washington. (3-16-18)
Search for Bridge Collapse Victims – And Answers – Continues in FloridaAs Florida authorities work to identify the people who died in Thursday's catastrophic bridge collapse, state and federal investigators will begin the task of figuring out how and why the five-day-old span failed. Andria Borba reports. (3-15-18)

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