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Wildfire Evacuees Are Reunited With Their PetsEvacuees who fled the wildfires in Northern California are being reunited with their pets, including some thought to be dead. Emily Turner reports. (10/17/17)
FEMA Vows To Help Northern California Fire VictimsWhile FEMA is promising to provide support to wildfire victims, it is also working disasters across 20 states. Joe Vazquez reports.
Firefighters Struggle To Knock Down Bear Fire In Santa Cruz CountyCliffs and steep terrain in Santa Cruz County make fighting the Bear Fire especially arduous. Andria Borba reports. (10/17/17)
San Francisco Fails To Meet Its Recycling GoalSan Francisco is failing to meet its own recycling goals, but is working hard to change the trash culture. Melissa Caen reports. (10/17/17)
Bay Area Prep School Coach Resigns After Players Kneel For National AnthemStudents say parents, teachers and coaches may be against kneeling during the National Anthem, but most students support it. Maria Medina reports. (10/17/17)
Suspect Stabs 14-Year-Old Oakland Girl In The Face Outside Her SchoolA 29-year-old Oakland man was arrested on suspicion of stabbing a 14-year-old girl outside her high school. Christin Ayers reports. (10/17/17)

Family & Parenting

Vallejo Fathers' Fight Turns DeadlyA schoolyard taunt between two first graders at Vista Loma Elementary in Vallejo led to a fatal showdown between two dads. Da Lin reports. (10-6-17)
Author Dr. Anne Schiebert Talks About Her Book 'Let's Make A Contract'Author Dr. Anne Schiebert talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about her book, 'Let's Make A Contract - Getting Your Teen Through High School and Beyond.'
Central Valley Family Carries Hundreds of Eclipse Glasses on Trek to OregonA California dad driving his family to Oregon for the Great American Eclipse has more than enough eclipse glasses to go around. Wanna buy one? Ken Bastida reports. (8-20-17)

Local Community

FEMA Vows To Help Northern California Fire VictimsWhile FEMA is promising to provide support to wildfire victims, it is also working disasters across 20 states. Joe Vazquez reports.
North Bay Residents Frustrated Over Mixed Messages On EvacuationsEvacuees in shelters expressed a range of emotions Saturday night at a community meeting in Santa Rosa. Janine Marsden's family was told they were safe then, minutes later, were driving through flames in a frantic escape. Jackie Ward reports. (10-14-17)
Federal and Local Agencies Expand Resources for Wildfire VictimsFrom disaster loans and cellphone service to a promise from federal immigration officials not to detain undocumented workers, there is an outpouring of help for those affected by the Northern California wildfires. Christin Ayers reports. (10-13-17)

Special Needs Kids

General and Special Education Students Meet On Soccer Field at Golden Gate ParkThirty San Francisco schools took part in what's called a "unified sports" event, teaming up elementary, middle and high school students with their special ed classmates. John Ramos reports. (9-29-17)
Nemo, 2-Year-Old Black Lab, Sworn-In as Special Advocate in S.F. Court CeremonyCourt-appointed special advocate animals like Nemo represent abused, neglected and abandoned children in juvenile dependency court. Maria Medina reports. (8-25-17)
Girl Scout Lobbies Sunnyvale To Build Playground For Kids Of All Abilities18-year-old Esther Lucas spoke and a city council listened. Sunnyvale now stands to build a playground uniquely designed for kids with all kinds of abilities and disabilities. Sharon Chin reports. (7-14-17)

Local News

Firefighters Struggle To Knock Down Bear Fire In Santa Cruz CountyCliffs and steep terrain in Santa Cruz County make fighting the Bear Fire especially arduous. Andria Borba reports. (10/17/17)
San Francisco Fails To Meet Its Recycling GoalSan Francisco is failing to meet its own recycling goals, but is working hard to change the trash culture. Melissa Caen reports. (10/17/17)
Bay Area Prep School Coach Resigns After Players Kneel For National AnthemStudents say parents, teachers and coaches may be against kneeling during the National Anthem, but most students support it. Maria Medina reports. (10/17/17)

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