Teens May Like Later School Start Times But Some Parent's Don't
California teens may get the chance to sleep in a little later thanks to a new bill that would push back school start times at middle and high schools, Maria Medina tells us, not all parents are on board.

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Food Bank Helps 'Starving Students' at SJSUAs Len Ramirez reports from San Jose State, students facing the high cost of housing and rising tuition often find themselves skimping on meals. (11-16-18)
Big Game Postponed Due to Bad Air from Camp FireSoaring pollution levels forced University of California-Berkeley officials to postpone Saturday's Big Game showdown with Stanford until Dec. 1. Don Ford reports. (11-16-18)
Fremont Students Appeal for Stronger Restrictions on E-CigarettesThe FDA proposed new regulations on flavored e-cigarettes after vaping reached an epidemic level on high school campuses. Now, in Fremont, students want to add their own restrictions. Christin Ayers reports. (11-15-18)
Some South Bay Schools Stay Open Despite Unhealthy AirWhile some schools and colleges chose to close others like districts under the Santa Clara County Office of Education decided school would remain in session. Maria Medina reports. (11-15-18)
Poison Apple Productions Brings Magic Of Theater To Kids & TeensAward-winning Poison Apple Productions has been creating performances with youngsters and teens for almost 20 years. Founder and Artistic Director Noelle Arms talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about their work and upcoming show, Alice in Wonderland Jr., happening November 23-25. For tickets go to poisonappleproductions.org.
Freak Plumbing Accident Closes Oakland Charter SchoolWildfire smoke has closed schools across the Bay Area but students at one Oakland school have been forced out of their classrooms because of a flood. KPIX 5's Devin Fehely is at American Indian Model Schools. (11-15-18)

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