A pair of South Bay teenagers is introducing STEM to those who don't often get a chance to learn it. Sharon Chin introduces Jefferson Award winners Meghana Repaka and Nithila Poongovan. (1/20/21)

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Jefferson Awards: Meghana Repaka and Nithila PoongovanA pair of South Bay teenagers is introducing STEM to those who don't often get a chance to learn it. Sharon Chin introduces Jefferson Award winners Meghana Repaka and Nithila Poongovan. (1/20/21)
Local Documentary Filmmaker Tackles Homelessness in New Streaming SeriesDon Hardy, an East Bay filmmaker, is tackling a timely topic of particular concern to Northern Californians: homelessness. Susie Steimle reports. (1-7-21)
Oakland Teachers, Parents Protest Proposed In-Person School ReopeningOakland teachers and some parents held a car caravan protest Friday. They say it's too soon to return to normal, in-person learning. Wilson Walker reports. (1-8-21)
Better Together: Homeless Man Returns Woman's Lost WalletAfter a homeless man found a woman's dropped wallet he called her up to return it. That was the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Don Ford reports. (1-7-21)
COVID: Elderly, Healthcare Workers Getting First Found Of Vaccine In Santa Clara Co.Santa Clara County public health officials say their priority is getting as many doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered to the healthcare workers and seniors in nursing homes who form the first wave of the vaccine rollout. Devin Fehely reports.
Autism Workshop Helps South Bay Sheriff's Deputies De-Escalate Crisis EncountersThe Santa Clara County sheriff's office voluntarily added an autism workshop 15 years ago as an academy requirement. Sharon Chin reports. (1-3-21)
Oakland Non-Profit Launches Pilot Program to Pay Homeless to Fight BlightA non-profit organization in Oakland is enacting a pilot program to manage homeless encampments by paying campers for their belongings. Da Lin reports. (1-2-21)
Students Rising Above: A Look Back at 2020COVID-19 and political and civil strife marked the year 2020 and our SRA coverage has reflected that upheaval. Michelle Griego hosts this special look back. (1-1-21)
SF African American Arts & Cultural District Keeps The Bayview StrongThe San Francisco African American Arts and Cultural District works to preserve, strengthen and promote Black culture in the city's Bayview District. Director of Programs Ericka Scott and Operations Director Ebon talk about the non-profit's mission, upcoming events, and more.
Food for Bay Area Families: COVIDChella Raises Food Bank FundingBy (literally) bringing music to the streets, Albany COVIDChella raised $11,675 for Alameda County Community Food Bank. Len Kiese reports. (12-27-20)
Holiday Lights Around the Bay Area Deliver Christmas CheerAround the Bay Area, holiday light installations -- both amateur and professional -- illuminate the night in the final days of an exceptionally dark year. Betty Yu reports. (12-25-20)
Beating the COVID Blues, Bay Area Musicians Tour Neighborhood DrivewaysSome top-flight Bay Area musicians who can't tour the country and world during the pandemic have been touring local driveways instead. Sharon Chin reports. (12-25-20)
Bay Area Residents Tell KPIX Their Good News From 2020It turns out that, for many in the Bay Area, 2020 wasn't all bad. KPIX 5's Da Lin set up in San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square to ask passersby "What was your good news this year?" (12-20-20)
Parents in South Bay Protest School Reopening PlanParents and educators held a car caravan outside the home of Santa Clara County Office of Education superintendent Mary Ann Dewan to protest what they say is a rush to reopen school sites and offices. Devin Fehely reports. (12-19-20)
S.F. Unified School District Says In-Person Learning Not Happening in JanuaryThe San Francisco Unified School District said the phased return of students back to in-person learning won’t begin in late January after SFUSD and teachers couldn’t reach a labor agreement. (12-18-20)
Beloved Oakland Nurse Dies of COVID-19A beloved Oakland nurse who worked at Highland Hospital for more than 30 years is being mourned after dying of COVID-19. Kenny Choi reports. (12-18-20)
San Francisco Requires Travelers to QuarantineA new mandatory quarantine order will go into effect just after midnight but the big question now is: how will the city enforce it? Katie Nielsen reports. (12-17-20)
Redwood Empire Food Bank Sees Record DemandRedwood Empire Food Bank is distributing twice the food as last year -- enough for 22 million meals. Don Ford reports. (12-17-20)
Food for Bay Area Families: Valero DonatesValero donated $25,000 to Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. (12-14-20)
Undaunted by Pandemic, South Bay Church Takes Celebration to the StreetWhen stay-at-home orders tightened during the pandemic, a San Jose church was forced to get creative to keep the connection to its community strong. Devin Fehely reports. (12-13-20)
Bay Area Law Enforcement Agencies Carry On Holiday Toy Drives Despite Pandemic RestrictionsAcross the Bay Area those who organize yearly toy drives are finding creative ways to get the job done despite coronavirus pandemic restrictions. John Ramos reports. (12-12-20)
San Jose Church Leaders Warn Congregants to Celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe at HomeCommunity and faith leaders are trying to prevent the annual Catholic celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe from becoming a super-spreader event in Santa Clara County's Latino community. Devin Fehely reports (12-11-20)
San Francisco Firefighters Compete for Best-Decorated Fire HouseThe San Francisco Fire Department is reviving a tradition that began and ended seven decades ago: a competition to determine the best-decorated fire station. Joe Vazquez reports. (12-10-20)
Fremont Lawmakers Vote To Close Narrow, 2-Lane Shortcut To Cars PermanentlyA precarious commuter shortcut built for buggies in the 1800s has been closed to cars permanently. John Ramos shows us why.

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