Two boys from Haiti are being detained by customs and border patrol at San Francisco Int'l Airport. They were returning to the Bay Area where one of them goes to school. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-18-21)

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2 Haitian Brothers Detained at SFO by Border PatrolTwo boys from Haiti are being detained by customs and border patrol at San Francisco Int'l Airport. They were returning to the Bay Area where one of them goes to school. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-18-21)
Bay Area Residents Tell KPIX Their Good News From 2020It turns out that, for many in the Bay Area, 2020 wasn't all bad. KPIX 5's Da Lin set up in San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square to ask passersby "What was your good news this year?" (12-20-20)
Redwood Empire Food Bank Sees Record DemandRedwood Empire Food Bank is distributing twice the food as last year -- enough for 22 million meals. Don Ford reports. (12-17-20)
COVID Shutdown: SF Parents Want Governor To Reopen PlaygroundsParents in San Francisco are asking do playgrounds really need to be shut down during this latest stay-at-home order. Betty Yu tells us more about the plea to the governor to open them up.
East Bay Homeowners Amp Up Halloween Decorations to Keep Spirits HighWith trick-or-treating considered a high-risk activity, many East Bay neighbors are banding together to give their communities something to celebrate. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-30-20)
Bay Area Family Keeps Halloween Tradition Alive With Drive-Thru Haunted HouseThanks to the pandemic, Halloween traditions will look very different this year but one East Bay family is still giving neighbors a fright. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-16-20)
Livermore Mom Hands Out Free Ice Cream to Honor Deceased SonA Bay Area mother is honoring the memory of her son and helping to raise funds for Make a Wish Foundation by handing out free ice cream in Livermore. Don Ford reports. (7-27-20)
Gov. Newsom Outlines New Back-to-School RulesPublic schools under the state's county watch list -- more than 30 including San Francisco added Friday -- will begin the year with students learning from home...again. Kenny Choi reports. (7-17-20)
Children's Fairyland in Oakland Struggles for SurvivalPandemic worries are taking some of the magic out of Oakland landmark Children's Fairyland. Don Ford reports on the park's uncertain future. (7-13-20)
South City Teen Entrepreneur Invents Virus-Blocking, 'Safe Touch' Utility HookSaturday was officially "Mizan Rupan-Tompkins Day" in San Mateo County. Who is that, you ask? Well, Mizan is an early-teen entrepreneur who's determined to flatten the coronavirus-infection with his killer left (or right) hook. John Ramos reports. (7-11-20)
Castro Valley Girl Launches Facebook Fundraiser to Save Oakland ZooA 6-year-old Castro Valley girl is trying to save the Oakland Zoo, one bracelet at a time. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-9-20)
Son and Spouse of Slain Danville Doctor Speak Out About Sierra Ambush ShootingThe son and wife of a Danville doctor who was killed last week in a Sierra County ambush shooting recently spoke about the tragedy for the first time in an exclusive interview with CBS. Len Kiese reports. (7-9-20)
Fremont Father-Son Team Go for Motocross GloryFremont's Brandon Ray dreams of becoming one of the best motocross racers in the world and Brandon's dad John has gone all-in to help his son make that dream come true. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (6-21-20)
Daughter 'n' Dad Both Grads on Same Day at Same High SchoolA Santa Rosa family is celebrating education at an online graduation ceremony unlike any you've heard of: Rafael Solano and his daughter Ana both received their diplomas from the same school on the same day. Don Ford reports. (6-4-20)
Family-Friendly Protest Rally Held at Children's Fairyland in OaklandA protest was held in Oakland Sunday specifically to give families a chance to express their desire for social justice in a non-confrontational setting. John Ramos reports. (5-31-20)
Delayed Vaccinations An Unintended Consequence of COVID-19 FightThe all-out battle against the novel coronavirus has resulted in many people delaying needed vaccinations for their children. Allen Martin reports. (5-28-20)
San Francisco to Reopen Modified Summer Camps and Programs in JuneS.F. mayor London Breed announced Friday that the city’s summer camps and youth programs would reopen on June 15 with some modifications limiting capacity and certain activities to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Kenny Choi reports. (5-22-20)
With 'Double Bubbles,' Households Share Child Care Burdens During LockdownHouseholds are being encouraged to buddy up for the sake of variety and mental health as the coronavirus stay-at-home directive drags on. Kenny Choi reports. (5-14-20)
Fairfield Funeral Home Offers Grieving Families Drive-Thru ViewingThe Bryan-Braker funeral home in Fairfield has found a way to let families pay their last respects to deceased loved ones while maintaining social-distancing. (5-8-20)
Napa Flower Shop Sees Booming Demand on 1st Day of ReopeningKiet Do reports from Garaventa's Florist and Gifts in Napa where the employees are happy to get back to work and face a backlog of orders as Mothers Day approaches. (5-8-20)
Gov. Newsom Announces Online Portal for Child Care ServicesThe governor said that, as the father of four children, he understands the challenges working parents are facing during the pandemic. He introduced Kimberley Johnson, with the department of social services, to demonstrate the resources avaiable to parents. (4-30-20)
Drop in Child Abuse Hotline Calls During Pandemic Worries Social WorkersCalls to Marin County's child abuse and neglect hotlines have plunged since the start of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order, raising concerns of specialists, Devin Fehely reports. (4-25-20)
Popular Bay Area Summer Camps Canceled Due to COVID-19, No Refunds OfferedSeveral Bay Area educational activity providers, forced to cancel their summer camp programs due to the coronavirus pandemic, say they can't afford to offer refunds to parents who have prepaid for their children to attend. Betty Yu reports. (4-17-20)
SF Firefighters Extend Toy Giveaway to Needy Families Sheltering at HomeIt's Christmas in April for some San Francisco families financially devastated by the coronavirus crisis. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-9-20)

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