Bay Area Scholar Engineers His Way Toward College Admission Amid Family Upheaval
A Bay Area student with his eyes on a University of California slot credit his fix-it hobby with helping him cope and excel in school while living without both his mother and father. Christin Ayers reports. (3/14/19)

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Sharks Face Elimination After 5-0 Loss At The Shark TankKiet Do was at the Shark Tank in San Jose as the team suffered a demoralizing loss on Sunday. The Sharks are now down 3-2 to St. Louis in the Western Conference Finals. (5-19-2019)
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Raw Video: Woman, Children Rescued from SUV in Rohnert Park PondA grandmother and grandchildren were uninjured after being rescued from an SUV that had been driven into a pond at a mobile home park Saturday night. (5-19-19)
Talking Politics: Candidate Inflation / HousingHow many more Democrats will run for president? Also, housing in California becomes another "third rail" of local politics. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown discuss. (5-19-19)
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