KPIX reporter Betty Yu is speaking out after racist remarks about her were posted by conservative YouTube host Steven Crowder. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-21-21)

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KPIX Reporter Targeted in YouTuber's Racist Remarks Speaks OutKPIX reporter Betty Yu is speaking out after racist remarks about her were posted by conservative YouTube host Steven Crowder. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-21-21)
Oakland Church Group Hosts Party to Preach Anti-Violence by Practicing CommunitySunday morning, the Cheryl Ward Ministries hosted an anti-violence block party for young people at the Black Cultural Zone in East Oakland. John Ramos reports. (10-17-21)
Proposed Street Extension in San Jose Draws NIMBY ResistanceA San Jose street project called the "Charcot Extension" has been on the books for decades and is now beginning to move forward. Neighbors say the area has changed and they’re putting up a fight. John Ramos reports. (10-16-21)
COVID Vaccination Count in San Mateo County Revised Down Due to Data ErrorAs Bay Area counties look to increase their vaccination numbers, one county just had to decrease their total by more than 30,000 people. Max Darrow reports. (10-16-21)
Parents Rally in Hayward to Keep Open Schools Slated to CloseParents in Hayward are making sure their voices are heard. They are pushing back on plans to close several schools. Juliette Goodrich reports. (10-14-21)
Mountain View Castro Street Closure Seen as Pandemic PerkMountain View has been talking about closing Castro Street for years and the pandemic finally forced its hand. Kiet Do reports. (10-14-21)
Tradition of Portuguese Bloodless Bullfighting Endures in Central ValleyIn the fields of the Central Valley, a transplanted tradition has taken root: bloodless bullfights. The animals aren't hurt but that's not always the case for the men who face them. Devin Fehely reports. (10-10-21)
International Volleyball Tournament Lifts Spirits, Boosts Business in Oakland ChinatownThe North American Chinese Invitational Volleyball Tournament is in Oakland's Chinatown this week and it's already a hit with fans and nearby business owners. Da Lin reports. (10-10-21)
Beloved Parade of Champions Returns to Santa ClaraSanta Clara’s Parade of Champions began as a welcome-home to the troops in 1945 and continued for half a century. On Saturday the community revived the tradition for a post-pandemic era. John Ramos reports. (10-9-21)
With Oakland Nearing Full Vaccination, Focus Turns to Booster ShotsWith 76 percent of Oakland residents fully vaccinated, a new, overlapping phase of the inoculation effort is unfolding. Call it the booster wave. Wilson Walker reports (10-9-21)
Car Show Lures Crowds Back to San Francisco ChinatownBusiness owners and community activists organized a car show in the heart of San Francisco's Chinatown this weekend. Devin Fehely reports. (10-3-21)
City Officials Commemorate 30th Anniversary of Oakland Hills FireOakland leaders gathered Saturday at the Rockridge BART station. where a wall of tiles has been placed to memorialize the horror and loss of the deadly 1991 Oakland Hills firestorm. John Ramos reports. (10-2-21)
Foster City Mulls Action to Protect Waterfront Fouled by Wild GeeseA messy problem along the Foster City waterfront is becoming a health issue and now city leaders say it may be time to take a major step to control the goose population. Max Darrow reports. (10-1-21)
Students Rising Above: Centurion Barron Dreams Big, Helps OthersHaving many talents and abilities is a hallmark of all Students Rising Above scholars. But so is being smart, focused and curious. SRA scholar Centurion Barron is no exception. (10-1-21)
Parents Say They Were Shut Out of West CoCo County School Vax VoteThe West Contra Costa school district is considering a vaccine mandate for thousands of students but before the vote some parents said they were shut out from having their voices heard. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-30-21)
School Age Children Increasingly Targeted For Cyber AttacksCyber attacks on students at K-12 schools are increasing and many are unaware of the issues. CBS 13 Julie Watts reports.
With Double Slaying Sunday, Oakland Marks 102 Homicides So Far in 2021Oakland's violence crisis is reaching new heights. The city has already tied last year's homicide total in just nine months. Da Lin reports. (9-26-21)
Support Grows for Keeping JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park Car-FreeMost of John F. Kennedy Drive in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was closed to cars when the pandemic began and the city could make that closure permanent. Devin Fehely reports. (9-25-21)
SF Chain Store Ban Halts Mission District Taqueria Expansion to North BeachThe San Francisco Mission District Taqueria El Farolito had plans to open a new spot in North Beach but they may have to look elsewhere. Max Darrow reports. (9-24-21)
UC Merced Scholar Excels at Math and Engineering Despite HardshipsFor some college students math can be a bore, but for Jair Martinez, it's a way to focus on problem solving skills in the classroom and in life, especially in tough situations. (9-24-21)
San Francisco Celebrates Rise of Lowrider Community With Car Show and CruiseSaturday was proclaimed “Lowrider Day” in San Francisco and, on the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Latino leaders reflected on lowriders' influence in the city and beyond. John Ramos reports. (9-18-21)
South Bay Congressman Welcomes Afghan Refugees Arriving in FremontThere's a new life awaiting Afghan refugees landing in Fremont after the Taliban takeover and, on Friday, Rep. Ro Khanna met with some refugees and told them they are welcome here. Andria Borba reports. (9-17-21)
East Bay Schools Struggle to Fill Crossing Guard ShortageA crossing guard shortage in the East Bay is prompting one school to call parents to find volunteers to help keep kids safe. Da Lin reports. (9-10-21)
Richmond College Grad Uplifts Her Hometown Through JournalismAs a DACA recipient, Students Rising Above scholar María Fernanda Bernal’s passion for social justice is personal. Elizabeth Cook reports. (9-10-21)

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