Tech Workers Delay Starting Families Due to Cost of Living
Some Bay Area tech workers say the high cost of living in Silicon Valley is preventing them from becoming parents. Julie Watts reports. (9-13-18)

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Separated Immigrant Family Reunited at SFOIt was an emotional reunion as an immigrant family, separated at the border, met again at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday afternoon. It was the first time that Sophia had seen her biological mother or grandmother in months. Julie Watts reports. (8-9-18)
Bay Area Family Fights for Daughter's Right to Use Medical CannabisA Santa Rosa child is about to start kindergarten but a ban on cannabis could keep her out of the classroom. KPIX 5's Betty Yu reports on the unusual battle now playing out in court. (7-25-18)
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