Children of Immigrant Families Graduate Peninsula Bridge ProgramA group of high schoolers are the first students to finish the non-profit Peninsula Bridge program in Palo Alto. They're first generation Americans and the first in their families to go to college. Mary Lee reports. (6-15-18)
SF Mayoral Candidate Pushes to Tighten Sanctuary City Policy for FelonsMayoral candidate Angela Alioto is promoting a signature-gathering campaign for a measure called: Sanctuary for Families and Not Felons. It would amend the city's sanctuary city policy to exclude protections for felons. Emily Turner reports. (6-1-18)
S.F. Mayoral Candidates Wrangle Over Proposed Sanctuary City OrdinanceSan Francisco candidate for mayor Angela Alioto says the existing sanctuary city law is a magnet for felons. Her opponents were quick to counter that position. Andria Borba reports. (5-11-18)
San Jose Dad Detained by ICE Free for NowIt's been a month since Fernando Carrillo was released from ICE custody. And he just learned: he could still be deported. Maria Medina reports. (5-3-18)
Talking Politics: Comey Unbound / Brown v. TrumpIt seemed that former FBI director James Comey was everywhere last week -- including inside the president's head; Gov. Jerry Brown has been trying to finesse the issue of using the National Guard to police the border but Pres. Trump isn't buying what Brown is selling. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown discuss. (4-22-18)
Immigration Crackdown Has Support In California, UC Survey ShowsUC researchers found that over half of Californians support President Trump's Muslim travel ban and favor deporting undocumented immigrants. Phil Matier reports. (4/18/18)
Opposition To California's Sanctuary Law Grows Inside The StateMore local governments in California are saying they don't want to be part of the state's efforts to resist the Trump administration's immigration crackdown. Melissa Caen reports. (4/16/18)
At Issue: Immigration PolicyKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses immigration enforcement with UC Hastings law professor Hadar Aviram. (4-15-18)
Immigration Raid Game by Benicia High Students Criticized as InsensitiveOn Friday night, students at Benicia played a controversial game called La Migra. It is the Spanish slang term for Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Andria Borba reports. (4-13-18)
Bay Area Students' After-School Immigration Raid Game Is Under ScrutinyBenicia High School students under fire for controversial off-campus game where seniors play ICE agents and younger students play immigrants on the run. Jessica Flores reports. (4/13/18)
Alleged Sureño Gang Members Indicted in Series of MurdersA federal grand jury has indicted 10 reputed members of a San Francisco Mission District gang for their alleged roles in several murders dating back more than a decade. Melissa Caen reports. (4-6-18)
President Renews Attack on Oakland MayorPresident Donald Trump is going after Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf again over her warning about an ICE raid. Christin Ayers reports. (4-5-18)
Activists Speak Out After Alameda County Posts Inmate Release Dates OnlineImmigrant advocates are pushing back against Alameda County Sheriff's Office decision to post the dates of all inmates. Betty Yu reports. (4/3/18)
Judge Rules Bay Area Dad Arrested By ICE Can Come HomeA Bay Area father arrested by ICE after dropping off his daughter at day care, will be coming home soon. Andrea Nakano talked to his lawyer.
Bay Area County Publishes Inmate Release DatesCalifornia's sanctuary state law took effect on Jan. 1. Not long afterward, inmates' release dates in Contra Costa county were published online. There are questions about whether the county is using a loophole to get around the law. Andria Borba reports. (3-29-18)
President Trump Flip-Flops On Border Wall FundingPresident Trump is flip-flopping on funding for his border wall. He promised Mexico would pay for it, but as political analyst Melissa Caen reports, he may pass the buck to taxpayers.
Facebook's User Data Could Help ICE Track Undocumented ImmigrantsA new report says ICE could access Facebook date to track immigrants targeted for deportation. Betty Yu reports on these latest legal challenges.
ICE: 3 Who Eluded Bay Area Raids Have Been ArrestedActing Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan says three Mexican men who avoided arrest by federal immigration officials during a four-day operation in Northern California last month have since been arrested for other crimes. Christin Ayers reports. (3/21/18)
Lawyers for Zarate Call U.S. Charges 'Vindictive'Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the undocumented immigrant acquitted in the death of Kate Steinle, wants the new federal charges against him thrown out. His lawyers claim the charges are "vindictive." Andria Borba reports. (3-16-18)
San Francisco Sheriff Says 'We Made A Mistake' After Deputies Allowed ICE Agents Inside JailThe San Francisco Sheriff's Department allowed ICE to enter the jail and speak with two inmates. San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi said there are irreversible consequences. Katie Nielsen reports. (3/12/18)
Sen. Harris Responds to Trump Administration Criticism of California Immigration PolicyMelissa Caen talked with U.S. Senator Kamala Harris for her reaction to the Trump Administration's verbal attacks on California leaders' handling of immigration policy. (3-9-18)
President Trump Calls Oakland Mayor Schaaf a 'Disgrace'Another day, another jab at Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf -- this time from the President himself. Melissa Caen reports. (3-8-18)
California Leaders Defend State Immigration Policies Against Jeff SessionsU.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit against California over its immigration policies, but California leaders defend the state laws. Andria Borba and Christin Ayers reports. (3/7/18)
Faith Leaders, Students Call On Congress To Protect DACA ProgramHundreds of students and faith leaders gathered in San Jose to call on Congress to allow Dreamers to permanently remain in the U.S. Betty Yu reports. (3/5/18)