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Oakland to launch universal income program

Oakland to launch universal income program

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- On Tuesday, Oakland is expected to launch one of the largest basic income pilot programs in the country."With the pandemic, the number of people and the range of people who could use this, has grown tremendously," said Oakland City Councilmember, Dan Kalb.On Tuesday Mayor Libby Schaaf will announce the program - the number of families, the monthly dollar amount they will receive, and for how long - all of it funded through philanthropy.RELATED:"If the results of that show tremendous benefit: fewer people unemployed, more money in...

Mar 23
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Study examines how sleep, stress could impact response to COVID vaccine

Study examines how sleep, stress could impact response to COVID vaccine

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy Kate Larsen SAN FRANCISCO -- It's possible the amount of sleep you're getting and the stress you're under could impact your COVID vaccine, meaning the strength and durability of the vaccine may have more to do with you, your body, and your lifestyle than you expected.UCSF professor of psychiatry, Elissa Epel, and a team of researchers are recruiting for a study to examine how stress, age, and sleep, affect the immune response with the COVID vaccine."What we know from the flu vaccine is that stress, particularly bereavement stress, caregiving stress, really...

Mar 17
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East Bay politicians, Mills alumni 'heartbroken and outraged' over decision to close historic college

East Bay politicians, Mills alumni 'heartbroken and outraged' over decision to close historic college

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Mills College officials announced Wednesday that the historic school would stop admitting new students after fall 2021 and would most likely grant its last degrees in 2023.Mills is recognized as one of the most diverse liberal arts schools in the country. But despite its distinguishing features - a 135-acre campus in Oakland, one of only 34 women's colleges in the U.S., and the first single-sex college to welcome transgender students - Mills is closing."In recent years, our enrollment numbers have declined and it's become more...

Mar 17
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San Francisco School Board votes to end merit-based admission at Lowell High School, move school into lottery system | abc7news.com

San Francisco School Board votes to end merit-based admission at Lowell High School, move school into lottery system | abc7news.com

By Updated 28 minutes agoSan Francisco Board of Education has voted to end merit-based admission at Lowell High School and permanently move the high school to the lottery system immediately.SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Tuesday night, San Francisco's Board of Education voted to end the merit-based admission at Lowell, a top academic high school.The issue has been an emotional lightning rod within the district, Lowell's alumni community, residents of San Francisco, the Bay Area, and beyond. Because of the controversy and Lowell's status as a top ranked public school, it has made national...

Feb 10
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SF School Board votes to end merit-based admission at Lowell High, move school into lottery system

SF School Board votes to end merit-based admission at Lowell High, move school into lottery system

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Tuesday night, San Francisco's Board of Education voted to end the merit-based admission at Lowell, a top academic high school.The issue has been an emotional lightning rod within the district, Lowell's alumni community, residents of San Francisco, the Bay Area, and beyond. Because of the controversy and Lowell's status as a top ranked public school, it has made national news.San Francisco Board of Education votes to END merit based admission at Lowell and permanently move the high school to the lottery system immediately.— Kate...

Feb 10
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Suspect arrested in connection to theft of SF Zoo lemur, police say

Suspect arrested in connection to theft of SF Zoo lemur, police say

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy DALY CITY, Calif. (KGO) -- San Francisco police say a suspect has been arrested in connection to the theft of a lemur from the San Francisco Zoo.During a press conference on Friday afternoon, police say the man was arrested in San Rafael and was booked into jail.Suspect is 30 year old Cory McGilloway. He’s in jail in Marin County on 4 felony charges: burglary, grand theft of animal, looting during state of emergency, and vandalism— Kate Larsen (@KateABC7) Investigators would not give details into how they were able to connect the man to the crime but said tips...

Oct 16
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'Call the zoo keeper!' 5-year-old finds lemur that went missing from San Francisco Zoo

'Call the zoo keeper!' 5-year-old finds lemur that went missing from San Francisco Zoo

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy DALY CITY, Calif. (KGO) -- An endangered lemur, that police believe was stolen from San Francisco Zoo, has been recovered and is safe.The 21-year-old ring tailed lemur named Maki, was first reported missing Wednesday morning.RELATED: But by Thursday night, he was found... at school."The parents were calling and saying there's a lemur out on the playground," said Sarah Riggs.It was not how Riggs, a TK and kindergarten teacher, thought she would end her day at Hope Lutheran Day School in Daly City. The San Francisco's Zoos missing lemur was out on the yard."He...

Oct 16
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Here's what we know about Bay Area's 1st coronavirus vaccine trial

Here's what we know about Bay Area's 1st coronavirus vaccine trial

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutIt's anticipated that COVID-19 vaccine volunteers will participate through Sutter's East Bay AIDS Center in Oakland, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and at Bridge HIV San Francisco.By SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It's been in the works for months and now the Bay Area is beginning its first vaccine trial. For the first time, we are able to discuss the details of the local trial. Reporter Kate Larsen spoke one-on-one with the doctors at San Francisco's Department of Public Health who brought the trial to the Bay Area.The Bay Area has been chosen to participate...

August 14, 2020
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Here's what we know about Bay Area's 1st coronavirus vaccine trial

Here's what we know about Bay Area's 1st coronavirus vaccine trial

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutIt's anticipated that COVID-19 vaccine volunteers will participate through Sutter's East Bay AIDS Center in Oakland, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and at Bridge HIV San Francisco.By SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It's been in the works for months and now the Bay Area is beginning its first vaccine trial. For the first time, we are able to discuss the details of the local trial. Reporter Kate Larsen spoke one-on-one with the doctors at San Francisco's Department of Public Health who brought the trial to the Bay Area.The Bay Area has been chosen to participate...

August 14, 2020
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Berkeley may be 1st U.S. city to propose eliminating police from traffic stops, enforcement

Berkeley may be 1st U.S. city to propose eliminating police from traffic stops, enforcement

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) -- In the East Bay, in what's believed to be a first in the nation proposal, the City of Berkeley has proposed ending police traffic enforcement.Next week, Berkeley's City Council will vote on a proposal to create a Department of Transportation and use employees in that department to make traffic stops instead of Berkeley Police officers.RELATED: "Most traffic stops don't really warrant a police officer," said Darrell Owens, the co-executive of East Bay for Everyone, a housing and traffic non-profit. He helped pitch the new, one-year...

July 10, 2020
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