Bay Area Family Seeks Marrow Donor for Daughter with Rare Disease
Every three minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer and the family of a Bay Area four-year-old worries she may be one of the next. Julie Watts reports. (12-15-18)

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Bay Area Congresswoman Meets With Furloughed Workers, Demands End to ShutdownRep. Jackie Speier (D-San Mateo) invited furloughed government workers to share their stories and called on the president to end the shutdown. Andrea Nakano reports (1-18-19)
Women's March Organizers Appeal to Public to Join Saturday EventWomen's March San Jose organizers said Friday they hoped the recent controversy surrounding the national group would not affect the attendance for their event this weekend. Maria Medina reports. (1-18-19)
BART Extension to San Jose, Santa Clara Back on TrackThe much-delayed South Bay BART extension may finally be getting back on track -- scheduled now to open in the fall of this year. Devin Fehely reports. (1-18-19)
Harbin Hot Springs Set to Reopen After 2015 Wildfire DestructionFor the generations of people who fell in love with Harbin Hot Springs, the 2015 Valley Fire’s destruction of the famed clothing-optional resort was heartbreaking. Now, the public can finally return to see what was lost and what has been reborn. Wilson Walker reports. (1-18-19)
New California Murder Law Leads to Inmate's Early ReleaseAdnan Khan is believed to be the first California inmate to benefit from a new law limiting murder convictions exclusively to actual killers. Melissa Caen reports. (1-18-19)
Thousands Gather at Memorial for Slain Davis Officer22-year-old Davis police officer Natalie Corona who was killed weeks into the job was a dedicated daughter and sister who represented the best of the police community, family and fellow officers said Friday at a packed memorial service. (1-18-19)

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