Fourth Grader Sent to ER Due to Bullying
Gwen Hill says that her fourth grade son, Hampton Hill, has been a victim to bullying on numerous occasions. A recent incident ended him up in the emergency room.
Reports of Bad Fuel at Local Convenient Stores
Numerous drivers had reported bad fuel at local convenient stores resulting in vehicles that will not run and repair costs are not cheap.
GOP House Leader Notes Gap of Distrust as Google CEO Grilled
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy noted a "widening gap of distrust" between tech companies and the American people, kicking off a congressional grilling of Google CEO, Sundar Pichai.
US to Ease Oil Drilling Controls Protecting Imperiled Bird
On Thursday, the Trump administration moved forward with plans to ease restrictions on oil and natural gas drilling, mining and other activities that were created to protect an endangered bird species across millions of acres in the west.
Holidays Can be Painful for LGBTQ Children and Teens
San Francisco area non-profit helps families, organizations and institutions increase understanding of gender. There’s plenty that parents can do to help before, during and after holiday gatherings.
New Allegation of Abuse Against Lowcountry Church Volunteer
New allegation of sexual abuse against Lowcountry church volunteer from North Carolina.
In Smoldering Wildfire Ruins, Life Goes on for a Hardy Few
As a deadly wildland blaze came booming toward Brad Weldon's ranch house, he and his mother's caregiver fought of flames with a garden hose and buckets for 24 hours.
FOOD FRIDAY: Tradd’s
Head over to East Bay Street to experience one of the Holy City's newest fine-dining establishments, where earth and sea collide in one delightful dish.
Meet Kid Cashew. Your new favorite place to eat!
Clean Eats is their game. Kid Cashew is their name.