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Plunging Monarch Butterfly Population Seen With Increasing AlarmIn the 1980s, an estimated 4.5 million western monarchs overwintered along the California coast. At last count, taken during the 2018 annual Thanksgiving count, their population hit a record low - just 28,429 butterflies. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-19-2019)
Obama, Curry Empower Minority Youth At 'My Brother's Keeper' Event In OaklandHundreds of young people, mostly boys and young men, came from around the country for the event. They were told they mattered and that they are making a difference in the world. Christin Ayers reports. (2-19-2019)
SF-Marin Food Bank, Dogpatch Neighbors Battling Over Small Plot Of Green SpaceA small piece of land in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood is at the center of a land use battle. Wilson Walker tells us why neighbors are at odds with the SF-Marin Food Bank over this rare plot of green space.
Funding From Gas Tax Has Caltrans Hiring Entry-Level WorkersDon Ford reports on Caltrans going on hiring spree to bring on new workers (2-19-2019)
Oakland Teachers Salaries Among Lowest In All Six Bay Area CountiesAmong the reasons Oakland teachers are going on strike is to demand better pay. Juliette Goodrich crunches the numbers to see how Oakland's salaries compare to other Bay Area school districts.
1996: Oakland Teacher Strike CoverageA look at the Oakland teachers strike from 1996 by reporter Joe Oliver.