Hundreds of struggling families in the South Bay have food on the table tonight thanks to Second Harvest Food Bank. Devin Fehely reports. (11-21-20)
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Second Harvest Food Bank Hands Out Meals in San JoseHundreds of struggling families in the South Bay have food on the table tonight thanks to Second Harvest Food Bank. Devin Fehely reports. (11-21-20)
Students Rising Above: Samir HookerSan Francisco SRA scholar Samir Hooker is only looking at California schools. That’s because Hooker’s mother is battling two autoimmune disorders. Michelle Griego reports. (11-20-20)
School District Vaccine and Food Drive Sees Massive TurnoutWilson Walker reports on the West Contra Costa School District's vaccine and food drive, which saw a line of cars around the block almost all day.
Treasure Island Restaurateur Leads Team Building Desks for At-Home SchoolkidsA restaurant owner on Treasure Island is leading an effort to help local students struggling with remote learning by giving them a locally-built study desk to call their own. John Ramos reports. (11-15-20)
SRA Scholars Launch Online Current Events Discussion GroupWith the COVID-19 pandemic keeping most students isolated from their social support systems, many now need a creative and constructive way to express their feelings about current events. Michelle Griego reports. (11-13-20)
Fremont Officials Debate Removing Cops From SchoolsFremont Unified School District’s school board debated whether to keep or remove police officers from city schools on Thursday evening. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-12-20)
Inside, Outside, All Around Town Bay Area Residents Stay Tuned to Election CountWherever you go, it seems, there's no escaping the nail-biting, slow vote count that will determine who will be our next president. Wilson Walker in Oakland and Andria Borba in San Francisco checked in on the pulse of the voters still waiting for a decision. (11-6-20)
Parents, Teachers March to Protest Proposed East Bay School ClosuresWith enrollment dropping in the Newark Unified School District, the school board is looking to close two schools. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-5-20)
2 Bay Area Girls Among First Female Eagle ScoutsSince the Boy Scouts of America started allowing girls to join we are starting to see the very first class of female Eagle Scouts. Sharon Chin met two of them. (11-5-20)
RAW: Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA Staff Rescue Chameleon In Daly CityA Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA staff member rescues a chameleon from a power line in Daly City with a net (video courtesy Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA)
Bay Area Democrats Watch Election Vote Count With Anxiety, HopeTuesday night provided nervous Democrats with an emotional roller coaster ride that still isn't over. Kiet Do reports. (11-4-20)
Bay Area Republicans React to Possible End of Trump PresidencyKPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich talked with Bay Area members of the Republican Party to see how they were processing the nail-biter presidential election of 2020. (11-4-20)
Jefferson Awards: 3 Teens Cut Hair for the HomelessAs Sharon Chin reports, this week's Jefferson Award winners are students who traded their laptops for clippers and razors. (11-4-20)
Marin County Sees High Turnout of Poll Workers, Less VotersDon Ford reports on how Marin County had to turn away poll worker volunteers because so many asked to volunteer.
3 Brothers Behind Beloved San Francisco Corner Store Retire After 45 YearsAfter 45 years, three brothers retired from their popular corner store and sandwich shop in San Francisco but the good news is -- it will stay in the family. Sharon Chin reports. (11-1-20)
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)
Students Rising Above: Jenny HoangFind out how an East Bay student drew inspiration from her mom then found comfort in something sweet. Michelle Griego talks to SRA scholar Jenny Hoang. (10-30-20)
Bay Area Voting Centers Open on WeekendsFrom San Francisco to San Mateo to San Jose voting centers are opening their doors on weekends as record numbers take advantage of early voting. Devin Fehely reports. (10-24-20)
Oakland Mayor, Police, Residents Boost 'Operation Ceasefire' to Curb Crime WaveMuch has been said about defunding police but, Friday night with Oakland facing a crime wave, residents made a plea for people to settle disputes with words not weapons. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-23-20)
Vote Smart: Early Voting Becomes the New Normal for Major ElectionsWith so many early voting options, it's time to re-think the definition of Election Day. As one county registrar of voters says, it's no longer the "Big Deal" but rather the "Big Reveal." Andria Borba reports. (10-23-20)
Vote Smart: Signature Is Key to Ensure Your Ballot Is CountedAn unprecedented number of votes will be cast in this election by mail-in ballot and making sure your vote gets counted may come down to the signature on the envelope it's in. Devin Fehely reports. (10-23-20)
Reopening Advances in San Francisco But Progress Lags in Latino CommunityMoving into the yellow tier means San Francisco is opening up even more but not everyone is celebrating. There is still a dark cloud in the Latino community which continues to make up about half of all positive COVID-19 tests. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-22-20)
East Bay Lawmaker Up For Re-Election Says Campaign Signs Were Stolen, Taken DownOakland City Councilwoman Lynette McElhaney up for re-election is crying foul after her campaign signs were stolen. Juliette Goodrich says she's not pointing fingers, and instead asking everyone to be less aggressive.
Charities Sees Record Donations as Residents Clean Their Houses During COVIDDon Ford reports on second hand stores receiving record donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.