Oakland Students Attend Sponsored Screening Of 'Black Panther' MovieJuliette Goodrich reports on Oakland students feeling empowered by new hit 'Black Panther' movie (2-20-2018)
Activists Protest Current Cash Bail System In The South BayLen Ramirez reports on group praising California AG's call to reform bail system (2-20-2018)
Bay Area Spa Abruptly Closes, Leaving Customers, Employees Out Of MoneySpa chain A Perfect Day Spa has closed its two locations without warning, leaving customers who have prepaid and employees holding the bag. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (2/20/18)
California Assemblywoman At Forefront Of #MeToo Movement Faces AccusationsMichelle Griego reports on state assemblywoman defending herself from misconduct accusations (2-20-2018)
O'Donnell: A's Fans Should Go The Extra Mile For Howard TerminalKPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell weighs in on the latest update regarding the A's options for a new ballpark after BART announced it would not build a new station in closer proximity to the proposed site at Howard Terminal. (2-20-18)
TRAFFIC LIGHTS OUT: Traffic slowed in San Francisco SOMA neighborhood as several traffic lights went off lineTraffic slowed in San Francisco SOMA neighborhood as several traffic lights went off line
World War 2 Hero Karl Clark Finally Honored For Bravery After DecadesLike countless black men and women who fought for their country, racism robbed World War 2 hero Karl Clark of official recognition for his bravery for decades. BR's Devin Fehely tells his story of courage.
Meet The Cast Of The New Show 'Black Lightning'The popular DC comic book hero, Black Lightning, is now the basis for a television show by the same name. BR's Roqui Theus got a chance to meet the cast down in Los Angeles.
Discover Robert Moses Kin's Latest Work 'Bootstrap Tales'The dance company Robert Moses Kin, now in its 23rd season is premiering a new work titled, Bootstrap Tales.Choreographer Moses talks to BR's Christin Ayers about the show.
Despite High Chinese Population, Bay Area Language Immersion Programs ScarceMandarin-immersion programs for kids are still pretty hard to come by, despite the high number of Chinese residents in the Bay Area. Devin Fehely reports. (11-9-17)
Tax Break for Teachers Goes on the Chopping Block in D.C.The proposed Republican tax reform plan would eliminate a deduction of $250 for school supplies. Melissa Caen reports. (11-3-17)
Wine Country Wildfires: Santa Rosa Schools ReopenKids in more than a dozen Santa Rosa city schools headed back to class for the first time since the fires started. Susie Steimle reports. (10-27-17)