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US Universities Expand Climate Change Degree Offerings Amid Growing Demand
Many U.S. high school students are sensitive to the ongoing climate crisis, and some are demanding more paths that allow them to work on solutions to the planet's warming. Colleges and universities are responding.

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D Sharp: The DJ Behind the Warriors Games
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Carnaval San Francisco Celebrates 46 Years With Spectacular Mission Street Parade
Several women dressed in colorful clothing dance and walk down the street during a parade.
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Arts and Crafts: 'Koko et Kiki'
A collage of four images of two men and one woman standing against a wall outside.
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How California and the EU Work Together to Regulate Artificial Intelligence
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Cal Academy Opens New Exhibit Highlighting California's Natural Beauty
Two people with their backs to the camera look through a glass at items in red square boxes.
US Universities Expand Climate Change Degree Offerings Amid Growing Demand
How California and the EU Work Together to Regulate Artificial Intelligence
Cal Academy Opens New Exhibit Highlighting California's Natural Beauty
Two people with their backs to the camera look through a glass at items in red square boxes.
At BottleRock, Kali Uchis Beamed Fans Up to a Club in the Cosmos
Library Exhibit Honors the Prolific Output of an SF Artist and Puppeteer
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‘The Last Murder at the End of the World’ Is a Story of Survival and Memory
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Housing Affordability

Alameda County District Attorney Sues Farmers Insurance Alleging Unfair Practices

For the second time this year, Pamela Price’s office is taking insurance companies to court for allegedly undervaluing property.
Two people walk past a sign that says 'California Forever.'

California Forever Hands Out $500K to Solano Nonprofits Ahead of November Election

The billionaire-backed company is handing out thousands of dollars in funding to 45 Solano County nonprofits. California Forever says the money comes with 'no strings attached.'

Peskin Ballot Measure Aims to Pay Rent for Thousands of Low-Income Households in SF

The proposed amendment to the San Francisco city charter would dedicate millions of dollars a year to expand the Senior Operating Subsidy program.

California Wants Cities to Plan For More Housing. Cities Say the Rules Are Unclear

The state has set strict standards for how cities have to plan for more housing. A new audit seeks to make sure those standards are clear enough for cities to actually follow.

Immigration

A middle-aged Latino man with a hat sits on a bus.

After Months-Long Coma, This Latino Immigrant Worker Is Still Fighting Mysterious Long COVID Symptoms

Construction worker Osbaldo Varilla-Aguilar is still fighting mysterious symptoms after emerging from a 3-month coma and going blind in his left eye. His experience is just one example of the devastating impact that COVID continues to have on Latinx communities in San Francisco.
A Latino woman leans against a fence.

'Political Football:' Future Uncertain for Program Reuniting Migrant Families

The little-known Central American Minors program has started, stopped and started again under successive presidential administrations.

Half Moon Bay Farmworker Housing Gains Approval After Push by Newsom

The governor urged the planning commission to approve the 40-unit project, a little over a year after a mass shooting on two farms revealed deplorable conditions for farmworkers.

Key California Ag Giant and United Farm Workers Clash Amid Union-Drive Efforts

In California, a conflict has emerged between the Wonderful Co. and the United Farm Workers over worker organization under a new labor law. Since its enactment, four groups of farm laborers, including those from Wonderful Nurseries in Wasco, have sought to unionize.

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US Universities Expand Climate Change Degree Offerings Amid Growing Demand

Many U.S. high school students are sensitive to the ongoing climate crisis, and some are demanding more paths that allow them to work on solutions to the planet's warming. Colleges and universities are responding.

D Sharp: The DJ Behind the Warriors Games

During his 12 years with The Golden State Warriors, DJ D Sharp has seen it all.
Several women dressed in colorful clothing dance and walk down the street during a parade.

Carnaval San Francisco Celebrates 46 Years With Spectacular Mission Street Parade

The Latino community from around the Bay Area came together for another unforgettable Carnaval with floats, parties, parades and pride as thousands descended on Mission Street for a day of celebration.
A collage of four images of two men and one woman standing against a wall outside.

Arts and Crafts: 'Koko et Kiki'

In this episode of the Sunday Music Drop, Oakland and San Francisco-based psychedelic world music band Arts and Crafts shares their song "Koko et Kiki" that was recorded in a haunted house in Petrolia.

How California and the EU Work Together to Regulate Artificial Intelligence

California policies could have a huge effect on AI going forward. The EU wants to advise and coordinate.
Two people with their backs to the camera look through a glass at items in red square boxes.

Cal Academy Opens New Exhibit Highlighting California's Natural Beauty

The museum said it is the first major exhibit developed in collaboration with Indigenous advisors.

UCLA's Chancellor Escapes Harsh Criticism in House Hearing

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