Bay Area's Top Spellers Compete For A Spot At The 2015 Regional Spelling BeeFifty will compete, but only one winner will go on to represent the Bay Area at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, in Washington DC.
2 Bay Area Girls Vie To Become Country's Top Speller At Scripps National Spelling BeeA pair of bright young ladies are on the nation's biggest spelling stage this week as the Scripps National Spelling Bee will crown the country's top speller.
Cupertino 8th Grader Headed For Scripps National Spelling BeeA Cupertino 8th grader is getting ready to compete against the best spellers in the country this week during the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington D.C.
Cupertino Girl Wins 1st-Ever CBS Bay Area Spelling BeeFour hours of intense concentration ended Saturday afternoon when Neha Konakalla of Cupertino spelled "typographical" to win the first-ever CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee.
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day – March 7thToday’s word means “indigenous, formed or originating in the place where found.” It was spelled correctly by Tidmarsh to win the 2004 final. Do you know it?
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day – March 6thToday’s word is of French origin and means “a small clamp used to temporarily close an artery during surger.” It was spelled correctly by Danville-native Evan O'Dorney to win the 2007 final. Do you know it?
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day – March 5thToday’s word is of Latin origin and means “the act of burying someone alive.” It was spelled correctly by Wendy Guey to win the 1996 final. Do you know it?
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day – March 4thToday’s word is of French origin and means a “to trick or lure into an ambush.” It was spelled correctly by Snigdha Nandipati to win the 2012 final. Do you know it?
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day - February 28thKPIX 5 and KCBS are teaming up to host the CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee, an event to determine the Bay Area representative to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day – February 27th
CBS Bay Area Word Of The Day – February 26thToday’s word is of 17th century religious origin and means a “halfhearted or lukewarm with regards to politics or religion.” It was spelled correctly by Kavya Shivashankar to win the 2009 final. Do you know it?