2 Hospitalized After Exposure to Chemical at High School Wrestling Match in San JoseCleaning chemicals could be the culprit behind a hazmat incident Friday night at a high school wrestling match in San Jose that sent two people to the hospital, fire officials said.
UC Berkeley Ordered To Repay Millions To Teaching AssistantsThe University of California, Berkeley has been ordered to pay back at least $5 million in tuition and fees to hundreds of teaching assistants.
San Jose Charter School Fights For Survival After Board Denies RenewalA leading San Jose charter school that's twice been awarded one of the state's highest academic honors is fighting for its future and very survival this week before the Santa Clara County Board of Education.
Making Waves Academy Helps Students Navigate The Long Road To CollegeMaking Waves Academy's Director of College and Career Counseling Jon Siapno and pre-nursing student Te'Arie Jackson talk to BAF's Michelle Griego about helping kids navigate the road to college.
A Tale Of Two Cities: The Oakland-Saint Denis Cooperation ProjectWhen we talk about Oakland, it’s often about what’s wrong with the city: rising rents, gentrification, homelessness and crime. That is not the case on the international stage.
Mother, Daughter Overcome Years Of Homelessness To Both Excel In CollegeFor Miranna Lindberg and her mom Wendy, making a meal in their own kitchen is something neither takes for granted.
Dedicated Educator Wins Hayward's 2019 Teacher Of The Year AwardMia Buljan has spent her whole career teaching in Hayward, yet kids still have a hard time saying her last name. That’s why she prefers to go by “Miss B." As of 2019, she also goes by Teacher of the Year for the Hayward Unified School District.
SF City College Will Continue To Offer Classes For Seniors, People With DisabilitiesMayor London Breed and the Board of Supervisors announced a new plan to continue classes for seniors at City College of San Francisco, which were at risk of being eliminated due to budget cuts.
Warriors Host Bay Area Kids on Christmas Day at Chase CenterBefore the game between the Rockets and Warriors at Chase Center began, Wednesday was a win for 30 Bay Area kids who got Christmas dinner, tickets to the game and a gift from their beloved team.
Stanford Study Shows Plastics-Gobbling Mealworms Safe to Use As Feed StockMealworms may be part of a solution to the global plastic-waste problem. A new Stanford study shows the little larvae can even digest toxic Styrofoam yet still remain safe to feed to animals.
Oakland Schoolkids, Inspired By Tragedy, Create Anti-Bullying SongAn Oakland elementary school teacher turned his students into song makers when he asked them to help write an anti-bullying song.
San Mateo Schools Sue Juul Labs Over Rise Of Youth VapingMore than four lawsuits from San Mateo County school officials were filed Tuesday against San Francisco-based Juul Labs over its alleged efforts to get youth to smoke electronic cigarettes.
Bridging Language Barriers For Others Drives UC Davis Student Toward Greater HeightsRamón Zermeño greets patients every week at Clínica Tepati, a free health care clinic serving the Sacramento area. He's fluent in Spanish. It's a skill his patients appreciate.
Final Grades May Be In Limbo As UC Santa Cruz Grad Student Strike ContinuesGraduate students at UC Santa Cruz are in the second day of a “wildcat strike," an unauthorized work stoppage that began Monday to protest low pay.
Parent Serves Oakland School Board President Recall Notice At MeetingThe Oakland Unified School District Board President was publicly served with a notice of intent to recall her from her position by a parent at a community meeting Tuesday night, according to an Oakland teacher.