For Oakley parents expecting their school board shakeup to speed reopenings, things may not move as fast as they hoped. Wilson Walker reports. (2-25-21)

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Oakley School Board Resignations Likely to Slow Classroom Reopening PlanFor Oakley parents expecting their school board shakeup to speed reopenings, things may not move as fast as they hoped. Wilson Walker reports. (2-25-21)
Unifying America: South Bay Church Takes On A New MissionEmmanuel Baptist Church has transformed itself into one of San Jose's largest and most-used coronavirus testing sites. Devin Fehely reports on its effort to unify a community in a time of crisis. (2-21-21)
Raw Video: Victorian House Moved in San FranciscoTo the cheers of spectators a San Francisco Victorian home inched down Franklin Street Sunday as crews delicately moved the structure to its new setting on Fulton Street. (2-21-21)
Lifelong Friends of Kamala Harris Recall Growing Up in Bay AreaCBS correspondent Nikole Killion visited the childhood neighborhood of Vice President Kamala Harris. (2-20-21)
Former 49er Tackles New Mission in Historically Black San Francisco NeighborhoodVern Glenn talks with former 49er Dennis Brown whose new mission is feeding the needy and pushing to revitalize a San Francisco neighborhood once known as the Harlem of the West. (2-19-21)
Oakley School Board Resigns After President Steps Down Over 'Hot Mic' RemarksOne day after the president of the Oakley school board resigned over disparaging comments about parents that she and other board members made on a video conference call the rest of the board trustees followed her lead. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-19-21)
Burned House in Fremont Becomes Illegal Dump SiteA house destroyed by fire in Fremont's Centerville neighborhood has now become an illegal dump site and the community is outraged. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-15-21)
Battle Brews Over Homeless Camp Eviction Order in SausalitoHomeless occupants of an encampment behind Dunphy Park in Sausalito are resisting a looming eviction order. Don Ford reports. (2-15-21)
South Bay Churches Chart Diverging Approaches to COVID Closure OrderA temporary ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit extended the Santa Clara County ban on indoor gatherings to include churches again but compliance is hit-or-miss. John Ramos reports. (2-15-21)
South Bay Couple Looks Back on Decades of Valentine's Day MemoriesThe pandemic has turned the world upside down for a lot of people but one couple in the South Bay takes the long view of history -- a history they’ve experienced together. John Ramos reports. (2-14-21)
Candidates for San Jose Police Chief Face Public in Online ForumSan Jose residents are joining in the process to pick a new police chief and, Saturday, the candidates were introduced during an online forum. Emily Turner reports. (2-13-21)
Hundreds Rally Near Oakland Chinatown to Support Asian CommunityIn Oakland Saturday afternoon, hundreds came together in a show of unity with Asian American victims of a spate of recent attacks in the Bay Area. Betty Yu reports. (2-13-21)
Bay Area Crowds Celebrate Lunar New Year Despite COVID-19 PandemicCommunities throughout the Bay Area are celebrating the Lunar New Year despite pleas from public health officials for smaller, safer gatherings as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage.. Maria Medina reports. (2-12-21)
Students Rising Above: Andrea Taylor-AlarcónAndrea Taylor-Alarcón's journey with her new family has been filled with lots of love and special moments but also some heartbreak. Michelle Griego reports. (2-12-21)
Despite Pandemic, Large Bay Area Crowds Celebrate Year of the OxIt isn't exactly the low-key celebration many public officials were hoping for as sizeable crowds celebrated the Lunar New Year of the Ox on Friday. Devin Feheley reports. (2-12-21)
COVID Long-Haulers Find Relief Among Fellow Sufferers on Road to RecoveryAbout 10 percent of patients experience lingering misery after they no longer test positive for COVID-19. They're the "long-haulers" and doctors at UCSF established an online support group for them that is the first of its kind in the nation. Len Kiese reports. (2-11-21)
Livermore Parents, Teachers Spar Over Reopening ClassroomsIn Livermore some parents don't want to wait for their kids to return to classrooms but, as Juliette Goodrich reports, teachers are demanding to be vaccinated first. (2-4-21)
South Bay Chefs Feed Furloughed WorkersThese have been tough days for the food service business but one chef in San Jose has been operating a unique kitchen to help struggling restaurants and their laid-off workers. John Ramos reports. (1-30-21)
Arts Festival Organizers Sue San Francisco to Allow Spring Outdoor EventThe San Francisco International Arts Festival wants to hold a performing arts event in May. The organization and the performers believe they are protected by the first amendment. Da Lin explains. (1-29-21)
South Bay Church Racks Up Huge Fines Defying County COVID OrdersWith flagrant fines of over $1 million against Calvary Church in San Jose, the County of Santa Clara continues to individually fine and threaten lead pastor Mike McClure and now his youth pastor Carson Atherley with jail. Devin Fehely reports. (1-21-21)
Jefferson Awards: Meghana Repaka and Nithila PoongovanA pair of South Bay teenagers is introducing STEM to those who don't often get a chance to learn it. Sharon Chin introduces Jefferson Award winners Meghana Repaka and Nithila Poongovan. (1/20/21)
Local Documentary Filmmaker Tackles Homelessness in New Streaming SeriesDon Hardy, an East Bay filmmaker, is tackling a timely topic of particular concern to Northern Californians: homelessness. Susie Steimle reports. (1-7-21)
Oakland Teachers, Parents Protest Proposed In-Person School ReopeningOakland teachers and some parents held a car caravan protest Friday. They say it's too soon to return to normal, in-person learning. Wilson Walker reports. (1-8-21)
Better Together: Homeless Man Returns Woman's Lost WalletAfter a homeless man found a woman's dropped wallet he called her up to return it. That was the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Don Ford reports. (1-7-21)

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