Popup Museum Takes Interactive Look at Female Empowerment
San Francisco's newest popup museum is taking an important socio-political conversation in a colorful new direction. Betty Yu explains. (8-9-18)

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Plan to Ease San Jose Housing Crisis Could Force Schools to MoveAt a San Jose Unified School District public meeting Thursday night, teachers weighed in on proposals to close or move Leland High School and Bret Harte middle school to vacant, district-owned land. Betty Yu reports. (10-18-18)
Oakland Police Chief Cleared of Wrongdoing in 2017 ICE RaidOakland's community police review association cleared police chief Anne Kirkpatrick of any wrongdoing in a 2017 ICE raid but they wouldn't tell members of the police commission why she was exonerated. Now commissioners feel they're being kept in the dark. Christin Ayers reports. (10-12-18)
San Jose Neighborhood Residents Voice Dismay at Mounting CrimeMayor Sam Liccardo was in the crowd at a neighborhood meeting in San Jose Thursday night to hear residents of Willow Glen say they're fed up with crime and are prepared to do something about it if the city won't. Maria Medina reports. (10-11-18)
Hayward Tackles Homelessness with $28 Million in New HousingHayward city leaders plan to spend millions to help people in desperate need of housing. New apartments would go up on Depot Road near Chabot College. KPIX 5's John Ramos says the program has specific renters in mind. (10-4-18)
Fleet Week Events Begin on Land, Sea and in the SkyFleet Week events ramped up Thursday with ship tours, concerts and a very special practice session by the Blue Angels. Susie Steimle reports. (10-4-18)
Parents Push Back on Proposal to Raze 2 San Jose SchoolsIt was a heated public meeting Wednesday night about a plan to bulldoze a pair of San Jose schools to make way for affordable housing. Maria Medina reports. (10-3-18)

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