Some Special Needs Children Left Out As Oakland Schools ReopenWhile some students in Oakland Unified School District are getting back to a classroom at least part time, it's not the case for Jessica Heywood's first grader and special needs student, George. Andria Borba reports. (3/30/21)
SF Artist Creates Healing Heart To Express Support For Asian Community After AttacksA San Francisco artist is showing her support for the Asian community after all the recent attacks. Betty Yu tells about the message behind the new heart in Chinatown.
SJ Lawmakers Propose Plan To Crack Down On Side Show PromotersAfter a wild weekend of sideshows, San Jose lawmakers area considering a plan to stop them before they get started. Maria Medina tells us they want to go after the people who promote the sideshows.
Deadly Shooting In San FranciscoOne person was killed and another wounded in a shooting in San Francisco near 24th and Mission streets. Police were investigating another shooting in San Jose, as well. No suspects in either incident.
COVID Reopenings: Santa Clara County Schools Set For April Return To ClassroomsAs the pace of school reopenings across the Bay Area remains uneven and maddening for many parents, the Santa Clara Unified School District launched a phased reopening plan in which all grades will return to campus for in-person learning over the next two weeks. Devin Fehely reports. (3/29/21)
Monday Evening Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenWarm week ahead.
COVID: Students set to return to San Ramon school district classrooms on MondayStudents set to return to San Ramon school district classrooms on Monday
COVID: Warm weekend weather has San Francisco residents flocking to local parksWarm weekend weather has San Francisco residents flocking to local parks
Movers Relocate Historic San Jose Apartment BuildingSan Jose's Pallesen apartment building, constructed in 1910, was moved Sunday to save it from the wrecking ball. John Ramos reports. (3-28-21)
Preteens Organize Berkeley Rally Against Anti-Asian HateHundreds marched in Berkeley Sunday to protest hate crimes directed toward Asian Americans. It was an event organized by a 7th grade girl and her middle school friends. Da Lin reports. (3-28-21)
Sunday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck has the (dry) forecast for last days of March. (3-28-21)
More Than A Game: High school football in Oakland is back and Skyline High dedicates season to victim of gun violenceHigh school football in Oakland is back and Skyline High dedicates season to victim of gun violence
COVID: San Francisco Cases Drop Dramatically, Health Experts Caution Against Letting Guard DownSan Francisco Cases Drop Dramatically, Health Experts Caution Against Letting Guard Down
San Francisco Sideshow: Reports Of Two People Being Injured In A Mission District Sideshow Following Selena Tribute CruiseReports Of Two People Being Injured In A Mission District Sideshow Following Selena Tribute Cruise
Multi-Generation Demonstrators Rally in San Francisco to 'Stop Asian Hate'Thousands marched through San Francisco to Union Square on Saturday demanding an end to Asian American attacks across the country. Wilson Walker reports. (3-27-21)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThe weekend warmup continues, says meteorologist Darren Peck. (3-27-21)
Historic San Jose Apartment Building Set to Be Moved SundayA 111-year-old apartment building at 14 E. Reed St. in downtown San Jose will be moved almost a quarter mile away to 4th and Reed on Sunday. Maria Medina reports. (3-26-21)
Students, Alumnae Rally to Demand Mills College in Oakland Stay OpenThe fight to save a historic women’s college in the East Bay continued Friday as Mills College announced a partnership to house 200 UC Berkeley freshmen on the Oakland campus in the fall. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-26-21)
Oakland Launches Campaign to Support Local Asian-Owned BusinessesLeaders in Oakland are working to support the city's Chinatown. They kicked off the "Support AAPI Businesses" campaign Friday. Da Lin reports. (3-26-21)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen delivers some good news for fans of genuine spring weather. (3-26-21)
Lawmakers Visit Southern U.S. BorderU.S. lawmakers from both sides of the aisle visited the southern border to address the surge of migrants crossing into the country. (3-26-21)
Coastside Cleanup Group Says Pandemic PPE Is Choking BeachesMasks and gloves may be saving lives on land but they're also bringing death to wildlife in and around our oceans. Maria Medina reports. (3-25-21)
SFUSD Board Removes Alison CollinsMembers of the San Francisco Unified School District board on Thursday evening voted to give vice president Alison Collins the boot over alleged racist tweets she posted several years ago. (3-25-21)
S.F. Assemblyman Proposes Bill to Decriminalize JaywalkingSan Francisco assemblyman Phil Ting's proposed Freedom to Walk Act would legalize crossings, when safe, outside a crosswalk or against a traffic light. Kenny Choi reports. (3-25-21)