With families now returning to offices and schools, what will happen with the pets they adopted during quarantine? Sharon Chin reports. (8-26-21)

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Pandemic Pet Adopters Seek Training to Ease Animals' Separation AnxietyWith families now returning to offices and schools, what will happen with the pets they adopted during quarantine? Sharon Chin reports. (8-26-21)
Students Rising Above: Abigail SantiagoMost parents hope when a child goes off to college they will hear from them at least once in a while. For Abigail Santiago, calling home is a daily comfort for both her and her family. Elizabeth Cook reports. (8-13-21)
Millbrae Gym Helps Parents Teach Social Skills to Toddlers Emerging From COVID QuarantineWith more adults vaccinated and returning to a reopened society, parents are scrambling to give their babies and toddlers the social skills they've missed while quarantined at home. Sharon Chin reports. (8-12-21)
Oakland Teen Weightlifter Credits Coach and Non-Profit Gym ProgramSeth Evans began weight training at 11 and now the 8th-grader from Oakland's Madison Park Academy has won four gold medals at the USA Weightlifting Youth Nationals in Detroit. Sharon Chin reports. (7-31-21)
Fourth of July Parade Returns to Half Moon BayFor the first time in two years coastside residents packed downtown Half Moon Bay for the Fourth of July parade. Betty Yu reports. (7-4-21)
San Mateo County Fair Offer: Get the Shot, Get Free AdmissionHealth officials are looking for ways to convince unvaccinated people to get the shot. San Mateo County has come up with an incentive that may appeal to people from across the Bay Area -- at least those who long for summer. John Ramos reports. (6-5-21)
City Slickers Lose Their Cool Picking Cherries in Brentwood During Heat WaveFor many in the Bay Area, harvesting their own cherries at you-pick farms like the Bacchini Fruit Tree in Brentwood is a Memorial Day weekend tradition. John Ramos reports. (5-30-21)
Students Rising Above: Veronica ToscanoWhen she was just six years old, this week's Students Rising Above scholar experienced a tragedy no child should ever have to go through. Now she's sharing her story as a way to help others heal. Liz Cook reports. (5-28-21)
Jefferson Award Winner: Randy HaykinThis week's Jefferson Award goes to Randy Haykin, an East Bay man helping to make a difference in the lives of millions of children worldwide. Sharon Chin reports. (5-27-21)
Santa Clara County COVID-19 Vaccinations Top 1 Million; Great America ReopensThe Bay Area's largest county hit a major milestone this week when it surpassed its millionth COVID-19 vaccine administered, Santa Clara County health officials announced Saturday. Maria Medina reports. (5-22-21)
Marin County Steps Up Effort to Vaccinate YouthThere was a big surge in youth vaccinations in Marin County Sunday after health officials gave the green light to vaccinate 12 to 15 year olds. Da Lin reports. (5-16-21)
Sierra Foothills Family Mounts Search for Missing TortoiseAn El Dorado County family is going to great lengths and great heights to find their missing tortoise, Celest. (5-14-21)
Woman Gives Birth Mid-Flight En Route To HawaiiA pregnant woman on a flight to Hawaii had an unexpected arrival. Despite her predicament, Brian Schnee tells us she was extraordinarily lucky.
Students Rising Above: Giselle Chiprez RamirezThis week's Student's Rising Above scholar saw her little brother hospitalized with a rare condition. Michelle Griego reports how she turned her concern into motivation. (4-23-21)
Magical Bridge: A Bay Area Mom's Mission to Create Inclusive PlaygroundsWhen a Bay Area mom named Olenka Villarreal noticed a problem at most public playgrounds she made it her mission to find a fix. Vern Glenn talks to the founder of Magical Bridge Foundation. (4-17-21)
Parents, Students Protest Continuing Fremont Schools ClosureFremont parents are extremely disappointed that schools will stay closed. Andria Borba reports. (4-1-21)
COVID Baby Bust: Couples Facing New Obstacles To Parenthood Due To PandemicA year into the pandemic and we are seeing a baby bust. Juliette Goodrich tells us new obstacles to becoming a parent during the pandemic include high anxiety, low testosterone and more.
Reopening Setback for Oakland Elementary SchoolsOakland Unified's youngest students had hoped to take advantage of an early reopening next week but for most that won't happen until April 19. Andria Borba reports. (3-26-21)
Asian American Attacks: KPIX 5's Andrea Nakano on the challenges of growing up bi-racial in both the Bay Area and JapanKPIX 5's Andrea Nakano on the challenges of growing up bi-racial in both the Bay Area and Japan
Asians Under Attack: The Bay Area ReactsKenny Choi and Elizabeth Cook host a KPIX special report on the disturbing rise of racial intimidation and violence directed at the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in the Bay Area and across the nation. (3-21-21)
Asian American Attacks: Guide for Parents Struggling to Explain Hate Crimes to ChildrenThe ongoing, nationwide attacks on the AAPI community are forcing Asian American parents into tense, complex discussions on race and racism within their immediate family. Kiet Do reports. (3-21-21)
Students Rising Above: Versia GipsonFor Versia Gipson, home is where she wants to be, with her mom who also happens to be her best friend. The USF sophomore and her mom Alice Gipson are the best of friends. Michelle Griego reports. (3-19-21)
Children's Fairyland in Oakland ReopensMonths after being shut down by the COVID-19 pandemic, Children’s Fairyland in Oakland finally reopened to visitors on Friday. Don Ford reports. (3-19-21)
Marin County Focuses on Restarting Schools With Teacher Vaccination 'Super Pods'The Marin Civic Center was one of four so-called “super pods” that the county is setting up to inoculate all school workers by the end of spring break. John Ramos reports. (3-6-21)

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