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As we wait for the premiere of PBS Nature's Yosemite, here's some additional clips from the documentary, including reporting from KQED's Science Unit.... [Read More]
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Many students at D.C.'s Capital City Charter School are first-generation Americans. For a creative writing project, a literacy nonprofit picked a topic everyone... [Read More]
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Fruit flies battling like martial arts masters could one day help improve treatment of mental illness. [Read More]
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While death is inevitable, many of us choose not to think about our own mortality or that of our loved ones. This is not true... [Read More]
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Drone hobbyists flying unmanned-aircraft over California beaches are spooking seals during prime mating and pupping season. [Read More]
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To celebrate the broadcast premiere of PBS Nature's Yosemite on Wednesday, March 29 on KQED 9, we asked our social media fans to delve into... [Read More]
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How does one find the time to be both an accomplished litigator and an experimental violinist-composer? Ask Forrest Fang. [Read More]
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The Justice Department is following through on an executive order to withhold as much as $4.1 billion in federal grants from so-called "sanctuary cities," generally... [Read More]
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Students are never too young to explain their thinking. When teachers encourage them to back up their claims with evidence from a young age, they... [Read More]
In a new photo series, the Oakland-based artist uses a color-inverted American flag to illustrate the nightmarish inversions of policy she sees in the current... [Read More]
The NFL is coming to Las Vegas. NFL owners voted Monday to approve the Raiders' move from Oakland to Las Vegas, the league announced. "My... [Read More]
A new approach to flood control favors restoring natural floodplains along rivers whose aging levees are failing. [Read More]
Updated 12:05 p.m.A four-alarm fire broke out early Mondayin a West Oakland apartment building that had been the subject of ongoing code enforcement complaints, killing... [Read More]
Just opened in the former Claremont Diner space, Ding takes sushi and sashimi up a notch in Rockridge. [Read More]
The brand-new Warm Springs BART station is officially open to passengers -- and is getting ready to welcome its first weekday commute crowd Monday.Trains began... [Read More]
Some basketball viewers on Friday night were subjected to television commercials that were guilty of peddling some alternative facts.That's because in some markets with conservative-leaning... [Read More]
Shepard's latest story collection is peopled by the fateful desire of the pioneering spirit and its high-risk, high-gain situations. [Read More]
We're heading down south this week to see what's new in Southern California pop music, including a sultry single from Kera and the Lesbians, a... [Read More]
Fresh from seeing President Donald Trump's health care bill crash and burn in the House of Representatives on Friday, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Saturday that... [Read More]
When "Moonlight" won the Oscar for best picture this year, 60-year-old Leonard Sanders decided to go see it in the theater instead of waiting for... [Read More]
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