At Holy Names High School in Oakland, Sr. Noel Girard is the heart of the community, being involved with the school for more than seven decades as a student, then a teacher and now a volunteer. Jackie Ward reports. (8/23/19)

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Holy Names High School Guided By Nun For 7 DecadesAt Holy Names High School in Oakland, Sr. Noel Girard is the heart of the community, being involved with the school for more than seven decades as a student, then a teacher and now a volunteer. Jackie Ward reports. (8/23/19)
Alamo School Completes Renovation After Students Spend Years In Portable ClassroomsAfter spending several years in portable classrooms, students and teachers at a school in Alamo are finally back in permanent ones after a major renovation. Jackie Ward reports. (8/22/19)
Person Killed In Hit-And-Run Near San Jose State University CampusPolice are investigating a fatal hit-and-run in Downtown San Jose near the SJSU campus early Thursday morning. Jackie Ward reports. (8/22/19)
Jurors In Ghost Ship Trial Break Until Early SeptemberDa Lin reports on revised jury in the Ghost Ship trial taking a scheduled extended break until after Labor Day (8-21-2019)
Private Jet Aborts Take Off At Oroville Airport; Bursts Into FlamesKen Bastida reports on Cessna Citation jet catching fire after aborted takeoff at Oroville Municipal Airport (8-21-2019)
Elderly Bay Area Couple Rescued After Being Stranded In Portland For DaysA Good Samaritan and a police officer helped an elderly Bay Area couple after they were stranded in Portland, Oregon for days. Elise Haas reports. (8/21/19)
Bay Area Students Learn How To Stay Safe During AttacksAmid the threat of mass shootings, kids are learning how to stay safe during an attack and schools are also trying to beef up security. Jackie Ward reports. (8/21/19)
Truffle Shop Owner Says Son Saved Him During Attack By Homeless ManJoe Vazquez reports on being choked by homeless man outside SF shop until son threatened attacker with a bat (8-20-2019)
Woman Says San Francisco Attack Suspect Chased Her And Her MotherWilson Walker reports on new victim who describes frightening encounter she and her mother had with Austin Vincent (8-20-2019)

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Overnight Fire Damages Home In San Francisco's Potrero NeighborhoodFive people were displaced when a fire broke out at a home in San Francisco's Portola neighborhood early Tuesday morning. Katie Nielsen reports. (8/20/19)
Fremont Junior High Schools Shift To Middle School Model, Add 6th GradersThe Fremont Unified School District is beginning to shift all of its junior high schools to a middle school model, adding 6th graders in the process. Jackie Ward reports. (8/20/19)
SFO Airport Ending Sales Of Plastic Water BottlesSan Francisco International Airport is ending sales of water sold in disposable plastic bottles, in an effort to reduce waste and save the environment. (8/20/19)
San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect Charged With Second AssaultWilson Walker reports on new criminal charge leveled against San Francisco assault suspect (8-19-2019)
Contra Costa County CHP Announce Investigation Into East Bay SideshowsKen Bastida reports on CHP in Contra Costa County pursuing charges in connection with three separate sideshows (8-19-2019)
Planned Parenthood Pulls Out Of Federal Title X Funding ProgramPlanned Parenhood will pull out of the federal Title X funding program, saying it will not comply with new rules from the Trump administration that prohibits funding recipients from giving abortion referrals to patients. (8/19/19)
Jurors Dismissed From Ghost Ship Fire TrialThree jurors were dismissed Monday by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Trina Thompson for apparent misconduct during the Ghost Ship fire trial. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8/19/19)
San Jose Begins Major Street Repaving ProjectOver the next nine years, the City of San Jose will repave and repair its entire 1,400-mile local and residential street network. Kiet Do reports. (8/19/19)
Magnetic Pouches Lock Up Students' Cellphones At San Mateo High SchoolThe school day begins and ends at San Mateo High School with a brand new ritual -- the unlocking of a magnetic pouch that stores students' phones, effectively keeping the devices out their hands and hopefully off their minds during class. Devin Fehely reports. (8/19/19)
GHOST SHIP TRIAL: Jurors dismissed for misconductThree jurors were dismissed Monday by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Trina Thompson for apparent misconduct during the Ghost Ship fire trial. (8/19/19)
Historic Alameda High School Building Reopens To StudentsAfter being closed for years due to earthquake concerns, a historic building at Alameda High School is once again holding classes after a major renovation. Jackie Ward reports. (8/19/19)
Pedestrian Hit, Killed In Overnight Crash In FremontA pedestrian was fatally struck early Monday morning on Paseo Padre Parkway in Downtown Fremont. Katie Nielsen reports. (8/19/19)
TRACK WORK: Replacement track work near BART's Lafayette Station causes delays on trains and along Highway 24Replacement track work near BART's Lafayette Station causes delays on trains and along Highway 24
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CONDO ATTACK: Suspect In Vicious Condo Attack Has First Court AppearanceSuspect In Vicious Condo Attack Has First Court Appearance
Cigarette Sparks Early Morning House Fire In VallejoA cigarette improperly discarded may be the possible cause behind a house fire that displaced nine people living at a home in Vallejo early Thursday morning. Anne Makovec reports. (8/15/19)
San Francisco Woman Makes Plea To Governor After Attacker FreedJoe Vazquez reports on San Francisco woman outraged over quick release of attack suspect (8-14-2019)
Somber Beginning To School Year In Gilroy Following Garlic Festival ShootingGilroy Unified School District officials welcomed students back to school just two and a half weeks after the Garlic Festival Shootings. Len Ramirez reports. (8/14/19)
California Student IDs Now Feature Suicide Prevention HotlineStudents returning to school this year all across California will find something new on their ID cards: phone numbers to suicide prevention and counseling. Kiet Do reports. (8/14/19)
School Year Begins Amid Rising Measles Cases; Which Vaccinations To GetAs the school year begins, many parents worry that the ongoing measles outbreak could worsen. KPIX 5 reporter Jackie Ward talks to a nurse practicioner about which vaccinations are required for children entering school. (8/14/19)

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