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San Jose family seeks help finding stolen French Bulldog

San Jose family seeks help finding stolen French Bulldog

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and Rachel Davis SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A family in San Jose is heartbroken after they say a thief stole their French Bulldog.It happened at 7 p.m. Sunday on Coyote Road and was caught on video. The family tells ABC7 News they were getting ready to leave their home, when their dog, Rollie, was unintentionally left outside. That's when someone grabbed the dog from over the fence and ran off into a car.RELATED: The owner says a man was keeping tabs on the dog before he eventually stole him.Another French bulldog stolen, this time in San Jose on Coyote Rd...

Mar 1
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San Francisco State among several CSUs offering free, discounted classes for essential workers

San Francisco State among several CSUs offering free, discounted classes for essential workers

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- While the pandemic has led to incredible difficulties for colleges across the country, schools in California are still finding ways to deliver on their goal of accessible learning.Now, universities in the Bay Area are giving essential workers an accessible chance to further their education for free.Throughout the entirety of the , essential workers have stepped up to the call of duty and given back so much to the communities around them.For the California State University system, San Francisco State and SFSU College of Extended Learning...

Feb 5
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Martha's Kitchen gives away thousands of gifts to Bay Area families in need

Martha's Kitchen gives away thousands of gifts to Bay Area families in need

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The need for meals given out by San Jose food pantry has increased 100% this year due to the pandemic.However, while they have met that need, the soup kitchen wanted to do more.This holiday season, they are lending a helping hand to Santa Claus."This year we recognized, that with COVID, there's a lot of families that are struggling more so than normal and a lot of other organizations have reduced or eliminated their toy giveaway programs," Martha's Kitchen Executive Director Bill Lee said. "So, we decided that it was important that...

Dec 21
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Bay Area family's display, Mattos Orchard Lights, to be highlighted on ABC's 'The Great Christmas Light Fight'

Bay Area family's display, Mattos Orchard Lights, to be highlighted on ABC's 'The Great Christmas Light Fight'

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy Dustin Dorsey SAN JOSE, Calif. -- San Jose, California doesn't mess around with Christmas displays, but no one does it quite like ! J.R. Mattos has carried on a tradition that his great grandfather started and brought it to new heights."About three years ago, I kind of stopped counting, but I know I'm over 100,000 lights and I'm over like 200 blow molds, so there's definitely a lot to see," Mattos Orchard Lights creator Mattos said. "We're spread out throughout the orchard, you're gonna have to drive up and down the street a few times or walk around to see...

Dec 16
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COVID-19 rental lifeline: Bay Area nonprofits, tech giants raise millions to keep families in homes

COVID-19 rental lifeline: Bay Area nonprofits, tech giants raise millions to keep families in homes

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy EAST PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) -- For months, people have been ordered to stay at home or or work from home.But what if there was no home to be at?Even with eviction moratoriums in place, families across the Bay Area are facing homelessness due to back pay owed on these rents following financial struggles caused by the coronavirus pandemic. is a nonprofit in East Palo Alto dedicated to help at-risk youth succeed in school, but COVID-19 has challenged the group to help in a new way with the "First of the Month" campaign.RELATED: "Imagine living check-to-check,...

July 27, 2020
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'We're really proud of him': Family, friends ready to cheer Daly City's Francisco Martin on to 'American Idol' title

'We're really proud of him': Family, friends ready to cheer Daly City's Francisco Martin on to 'American Idol' title

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Francisco Martin started on as a shy kid from Daly City with a ton of talent and expectations.From his first audition in Sun River, Ore. he was tabbed as a top ten talent and a potential winner by Idol Judge Luke Bryan.Now he's in the finale.RELATED: "I remember when he first started and me and my family were kind of surprised and didn't know who was going to make it through," Francisco's brother Kiko Martin said. "But, we're just happy for him because from all those contestants that auditioned, he's literally in the finale."We have a...

May 17, 2020
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