San Jose Memorial to Vietnamese Soldiers Who Fought Alongside U.S. UnveiledA new memorial unveiled Friday in San Jose honors the thousands of South Vietnamese soldiers who died fighting alongside American troops nearly 50 years ago.
First Generation Vietnamese-Americans Writing Letters To AfghansTrang & Lan Nguyen, two recent UC Davis grads and first generation Vietnamese-Americans, are writing letters of support to the Afghan community. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with Trang Nguyen about the program.
Former U.S. Senator, Anti-War Advocate Mike Gravel Dies In Monterey CountyFormer Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel, a staunch anti-war advocate who read the Pentagon Papers into the record on the floor of the Senate, died at his home in Monterey County, California.
Record-Setting SJSU Runner Lee Evan Dies, Remembered For Protest at ‘68 OlympicsLee Evans, the record-setting sprinter from San Jose State University who wore a black beret in a sign of protest at the 1968 Olympics, died Wednesday. He was 74.
Town Of Windsor Hosting Traveling Replica Of Vietnam Veterans MemorialThe Wall That Heals, a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., is on display at a soccer park in Windsor through Sunday afternoon.
Google Pays Tab To Repair Vandalized Vietnam War MemorialThe "Sons of San Jose" Vietnam War memorial was vandalized two weeks ago, and Google is picking up the tab to repair it.
Francis Ford Coppola Developing 'Apocalypse Now' Video GameCoppola wants to make an "Apocalypse Now" video game and he's hoping fans will help pay for it...
Facebook Apologizes For Removing 'Napalm Girl' PhotoFacebook's chief operating officer has apologized to Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg for deleting a photograph from its pages and conceded that "we don't always get it right."
Facebook Allows Postings Of 'Napalm Girl' Photo Amid OutcryFacebook says it will allow postings of an iconic 1972 photo of a naked, screaming girl running from a napalm attack in Vietnam, after a Norwegian revolt against the tech giant.
Reporter, Former Vietnam Refugee Thuy Vu Recounts Her Escape From Saigon 40 Years Ago KQED journalist and former KPIX 5 reporter Thuy Vu recounts her family's escape from Vietnam following the Fall of Saigon.
Flight From Saigon, 40 Years Later: KPIX 5 Special Looks At Stories Of Bay Area Vietnamese CommunityForty years after the Fall of Saigon, KPIX 5 explores the end of the Vietnam War, the refugees and the lives of Vietnamese-Americans in the Bay Area.
Pan Am Stewardesses Recall Last Flight Out Of Vietnam, 40 Years After Fall Of Saigon40 years ago, a heroic mission unfolded at Tan Son Nhut Air Base near Saigon, a few days before the North Vietnamese army and the Viet Cong took over South Vietnam on April 30, 1975.
San Jose Vietnamese Community Thrives, Recalls What Was Left Behind 40 Years After Fall Of Saigon40 years after the Fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War, the Bay Area's Vietnamese community of today looks nothing like the first wave of refugees who first arrived here.
Oakland Vietnam War Refugee, Recycling CEO Brings Expertise Back To HomelandThe lives and fortunes of thousands of Vietnamese refugees changed with their exodus from Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War 40 years ago this month. Among those seeking a new start in the U.S., perhaps no refugee embraced the American dream as fiercely as David Duong.
Bay Area Veteran Visits Vietnam On 50th Anniversary Of U.S. LandingA Bay Area veteran visited the shores of Vietnam on the 50th anniversary of the U.S. troops landing there.