The first day of school is three days away and the Oakland Unified School District and teachers' union are still at odds over how classes will be conducted come Monday. Andrea Nakano reports. (8-7-20)

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Oakland Teachers, District Wrangle With School Year Set to Start MondayThe first day of school is three days away and the Oakland Unified School District and teachers' union are still at odds over how classes will be conducted come Monday. Andrea Nakano reports. (8-7-20)
Oakland School Year Set to Begin With Distance LearningOfficials with the Oakland Unified School District Friday said students will be learning from home for the foreseeable future as the new school year begins Monday. Kenny Choi reports. (8-7-20)
Antioch School Board Approves Return of Schools Resource OfficersAndrea Nakano reports on how, after being delayed by protestors the night before, the Antioch Unified School Board voted Thursday to bring back school resource officers to campus. (8-6-20)
San Francisco Crowds Gather to Watch PGA Tour Despite BarriersWilson Walker reports on how crowds have been gathering around TPC Harding Park, trying to watch the PGA Championship through the screens surrounding the course. (8-6-20)
California’s High Unemployment Rate Signals More COVID-19-Related HardshipsLen Ramirez reports on some Californians who have lost their jobs that appear to be losing some hope of ever being called back to that work. (8-6-20)
Deadly Deer Disease Spreading Through Bay AreaJohn Ramos reports on a highly contagious, deadly deer virus for which there is no vaccine is making its way through Bay Area counties. (8-5-20)
Santa Clara Co Health Officials Express Frustration Over State's COVID-19 Data IssuesLen Martinez reports on how statewide technical issues resulting in incomplete COVID-19 testing data have left Santa Clara County “back to feeling blind.” (8-5-20)
Pleasanton Students Release Video on the Perils of Teen Opioid AddictionJuliette Goodrich reports on a group of students from Foothill High School who released a video this week with a strong message about opioids. (8-5-20)
Mill Valley Teachers Protest COVID-19 Plan To Teach From Empty ClassroomsTeachers in Mill Valley were being told to instruct from their empty classrooms. Andrea Nakano reports on this major sticking point in negotiations between the teachers union and school District officials.
Hair Salon Owners Plan to Defy Alameda Co Shelter-In-PlaceJohn Ramos reports on the hair salon owners in Alameda County planning to protest the county's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (8-4-20)
Public, Private Group Alliance Gives San Rafael Neighborhood Free WiFiEmily Turner reports on how groups banded together to bring WiFi to San Rafael's Canal district. (8-4-20)
CoCo County Launches COVID-19 Info Campaign Targeted at Gen ZContra Costa County is reaching out to youth influencers to pass on the message of coronavirus prevention in their own words. John Ramos reports. (8-3-20)
AT&T Partners With San Jose to Provide Free Wi-Fi to Needy StudentsThe city of San Jose has partnered with AT&T to bridge the digital divide and bring the Internet home to people who don't have it. Len Ramirez reports. (8-3-20)
Food Vendors Bring Taste of Summer to Sonoma-Marin FairgroundsHere's a good place for a quick getaway: the Sonoma-Marin fairgrounds. Although this year's fair is mostly canceled the food vendors are more than happy to give you a taste of summers past. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8-2-20)
North Beach Neighbors Band Together to Boost Restaurants' Business With Volunteer DeliveriesRestaurants have been hit hard during the pandemic but one neighborhood in San Francisco is banding together to help them -- perhaps setting an example for the entire Bay Area. John Ramos reports. (8-2-20)
Community Rallies Behind Vallejo Councilman Targeted With Racist GraffitiVallejo councilman Hakeem Brown was the victim of racist graffiti sprayed outside an office he uses and, on Saturday, the community rallied to his support. Devin Fehely reports. (8-1-20)
Oldest Living Marine Celebrates 105th Birthday in StocktonMaj. Bill White, a multi-decorated Marine who fought in the battle of Iwo Jima in World War II, celebrated his 105th birthday surrounded by friends and well-wishers at an assisted-living facility in Stockton on Friday. Adrienne Moore reports. (8-1-20)
Residents Cry Foul After Treatment Center Buys Pricey Homes in Quiet East Bay NeighborhoodsA substance abuse treatment facility is buying up houses and turning them into centers for troubled teens in the East Bay. Neighbors say the whole process was deliberately kept secret. Susie Steimle reports. (7-31-20)
San Francisco Tenderloin Cleanup Effort Pushes Homeless Into Outlying NeighborhoodsSan Francisco has launched an effort to clear homeless encampments in the Tenderloin District but, as Wilson Walker reports, that has made the problem worse in other neighborhoods. (7-30-20)
SF Potrero Hill Gets Testing Site Amid Rise in Coronavirus CasesThanks to a community-wide lobbying effort, a San Francisco neighborhood with a high rate of COVID-positive cases finally gets its own testing site, and more. Sharon Chin reports. (7-30-20)
San Francisco Doctor Researches Impact of Toxic Dump on Hunter’s PointSharon Chin reports on the research of Dr. Ahimsa Porter Sumchia, who's discovered elevated levels of arsenic in Hunter's Point residents. (7-29-20)
Gilroy to Observe Anniversary of Garlic Festival Mass ShootingTuesday marks one year since a gunman opened fire at the Gilroy Garlic Festival killing three young victims, wounding 17 others and leaving a community in mourning. Maria Medina reports. (7-27-20)
Livermore Mom Hands Out Free Ice Cream to Honor Deceased SonA Bay Area mother is honoring the memory of her son and helping to raise funds for Make a Wish Foundation by handing out free ice cream in Livermore. Don Ford reports. (7-27-20)
East Bay Community Remembers Trailblazing Founder of All-Black Motorcycle ClubTobie Gene Levingston, founding member of the East Bay Dragons, the area's first all-Black motorcycle club, died Tuesday and was fondly remembered at a memorial service Saturday. Devin Fehely reports. (7-25-20)

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