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)

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Family & Parenting

Floating Playground Opens In Santa RosaJust in time for the start of summer, a cool floating playground is about to open to the public at Spring Lake in Santa Rosa. Emily Turner gets a sneak peek. (5-26-17)
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)

National News

Report: Pres. Trump's Son-in-Law Proposed Secret Communications With RussiaThe Washington Post reported Friday that Jared Kushner proposed setting up a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin at a private meeting in December with the Russian ambassador. (5-26-17)
Local Lawsuit Threatens Fed Funding For Caltrain UpgradeOn Monday, Bay Area political and business leaders cheered when the Feds said they would fully fund Caltrain electrification, despite opposition from Central Valley Republicans. Now a lawsuit threatens to withhold that funding. Melissa Caen reports. (5-26-17)
Costly Golden Gate Bridge Retrofit Still Years Away From CompletionThe Golden Gate Bridge has only been partially retrofitted against a major earthquake. Jeffrey Schaub reports. (5/24/17)

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