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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Police Investigate Shots Fired Near Oakland Elementary SchoolPolice in Oakland on Friday were investigating gunshots fired next to Parker Elementary School Thursday afternoon that sent terrified students running for cover. Da Lin reports. (9-14-18)
Alleged Threats Between Alum Rock School District Board Member, SuperintendentThe war of words inside Alum Rock Unified’s school board meetings has gotten so bad, one board member can't even attend them anymore. Kiet Do reports the Superintendent feels threatened.
After Devastating Loss, Student Inspired To Help Others Facing Huge HurdlesThe loss of her father marked a turning point in Olivia Di Santo's life. Now she is looking to help others facing much larger hurdles. Christin Ayers reports. (9/3/18)
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