San Jose State Students Call for Increased Aid for Homeless on Campus
A group of San Jose State University students set up tents and slept outside Thursday night to bring awareness to the homeless crisis they said thousands of them face every year. Maria Medina reports. (12-6-18)

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South Bay Gears Up for College Football National Championship GameCrews worked throughout the day Thursday on the finishing touches of what's being dubbed "Championship Campus," a stretch of downtown San Jose that will entertain thousands of college football fans expected this weekend. Maria Medina reports. (1-3-19)
Activist Priest Calls on Oakland to Do More to Reduce CrimeFather Aidan McAleenan, pastor of St. Columba Church, a North Oakland Catholic church known for social activism, said the city could be doing more to expand its central crime-fighting strategy, Operation Ceasefire. Christin Ayers reports. (1-3-19)
Downtown San Jose Gears Up for College Football National Championship GameClemson and Alabama will face off Monday night at Levi's Stadium and, beginning Friday, there is lots of fan-friendly entertainment in the South Bay. Len Ramirez reports. (1-3-19)
Confusion Reigns Over Steph Curry's Free Concert in OaklandIt was supposed to be all about fun but now Stephen Curry's huge party in Oakland is becoming a major headache for some fans. Susie Steimle reports. (1-3-19)
Grieving Community Gathers to Remember Slain Central Valley OfficerPeople gathered to remember slain officer, Cpl. Ronil Singh. Singh was the first to die in the line of duty in Newman, which has just a 12- member force. Steve Large reports. (12-28-18)
Cal Begins Removing Dozens of Trees from People's ParkUC Berkeley started to cut down dozens of trees in People’s Park early Friday morning and protesters showed up to blast the process. Don Ford reports. (12-28-18)

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