Bay Area Teens Develop Device and App to Help the Blind
One Bay Area group of teens is mingling with Silicon Valley's top dogs. Recent grads from Lowell and Dublin high schools created a device that helps the visually impaired. Reporter Julie Watts found out how it works. (9-7-18)

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Physics Professor Lights Up Young Minds with MacGyver Science TricksPhysics professor Rhett Allain teaches at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. He is also the technical consultant for the CBS series MacGyver. Sharon Chin reports. (11-9-18)
Music For Minors II Celebrates 30 YearsMusic For Minors II has been enriching the lives of youngsters for thirty years.. Founder and Executive Director Carol Zilli talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about the program and the anniversary gala.
East Bay School District Issues Apology for Student's DrowningSan Ramon Valley superintendent Rick Schmitt issued a lengthy apology to the family of a student who drowned during swim class six months ago in Danville. Andria Borba reports. (11-2-18)
Eligibility Questions Swirl Around Contra Costa County Education Board TrusteeHe's been called a liar repeatedly and now controversial board of education trustee Jeff Belle is seeking re-election in an East Bay district where -- KPIX has been told -- he may not actually live. Da Lin reports. (11-1-18)
Bay Area Science Festival Caps Off With Discovery Day At AT&T ParkKatherine Nielsen and Luciano Del Rio chat with Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about the Bay Area Science Festival happening October 26 through November 3. It all culminates in day of science fun and games -- Discovery Day -- at AT&T Park.
1st Generation College Student's Background Helping Him ExcelA Bay Area man has taken his experiences as a young immigrant to help him excel as a first-generation college student. Christin Ayers reports. (10/22/18)

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