Sky-High Bay Area Housing Costs Prompt Backyard Construction Boom
The high cost of housing in the Bay Area is splitting families apart as young people find they can’t afford to live in their own home towns. Some are finding that a solution is not far away. John Ramos reports. (1-17-19)

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Family of Toddler Injured by Falling Tree Branch on Campus Sues Menlo CollegeThe family of a toddler who was seriously injured when part of a massive oak tree crashed onto her on the Menlo College campus in Atherton last year filed a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against the school. Christin Ayers reports. (12-28-18)
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How to Contribute to Food for Bay Area FamiliesKPIX begins its 17th year partnering with Bay Area food banks to get families what they need for the holidays. Juliette Goodrich has more on what you can do to help. (11-21-18)
Tech-Savvy Parents Tell Nannies to Limit Kids' Screen TimeThey work at top tech companies by day but Silicon Valley parents are laying down the law when it comes to screen time for their kids. Betty Yu reports. (11-16-18)
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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

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