At Issue: Mentally Ill Homeless on S.F. Streets
KPIX 5's Phil Matier asks state senator Scott Wiener about his plan to get homeless residents off San Francisco streets. (2-11-18)

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Folclórico Dance Group in San Jose Puts Unique Spin on TraditionThe Ensamble Folclórico Colibri dance group is made up of mostly LGBT community in San Jose and they are partnering with a traditional folklórico troupe from Jalisco to perform dances with twists: two men or two women dancing in what is traditionally a female-male pairing, Devin Fehely reports. (8-15-18)
SF Small Business Calls Out City's Needle Exchange PolicyS.F. mayor London Breed is sending a message that more needs to be done to help small businesses. But one business is firing back, suggesting the drug problem is out of control. Susie Steimle reports. (8-15-18)
Popup Museum Takes Interactive Look at Female EmpowermentSan Francisco's newest popup museum is taking an important socio-political conversation in a colorful new direction. Betty Yu explains. (8-9-18)
Oakland 'Love Life' Welcome Sign StolenA sign that welcomed visitors to Oakland has been stolen and the father who fought for years to put it up as a tribute to his slain daughter is desperate to get it back. Christin Ayers reports. (8-8-18)
Santana West Campus to Preserve Shuttered Movie Theater DomeTech has transformed a lot of the Santa Clara Valley but the proposed development to build a new tech campus near Santana Row keeps a symbol of old San Jose: one of the domes from the Century 21 movie theaters. Kiet Do reports. (8-8-18)
Youth Gather in Oakland to Remember Slain BART Rider Nia WilsonFrank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland was a rallying point for young people who gathered Thursday evening to remember Nia Wilson, an 18-year-old woman stabbed to death July 22 at a BART station. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-2-18)

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