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NPRScientists Are on a Mission to Save These 24-Armed, Bike-Wheel-Sized Sea Creatures
A mysterious disease is killing off the West Coast's enormous sunflower sea star, so researchers have launched an ambitious effort to breed this species in captivity.
Everybody’s Favorite 24-Hour Filipino Bakery Has Finally Reopened
Ling Nam Starbread is once again selling hot señorita bread at its new Daly City storefront—with reduced hours for now.
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Every week, Check, Please! Bay Area features three guests who are local diners, not professional restaurant critics. Each guest chooses their favorite restaurant and the other two guests visit that restaurant anonymously — the restaurants are not notified that Check, Please! “reviewers” are dining there. After trying all three restaurants recommended, the guests come on the show to discuss,
How to Make It Harder for Malware to Shut You Down
For 18 days before the ransomware attack actually commenced, the implanted malware sat dormant in KQED’s computer system. It was probably sniffing out usernames and associated passwords—plus the systems each unlocked. Eventually, the malware got hold of an account with the ability to enter anywhere and do anything, called a domain admin account. That allowed
SFO’s Resident Snake Caretaker Talks San Francisco Garter Snakes (And Poop!)
The airport’s wildlife biologist, Natalie Reeder, is more casual about being bitten and pooped on than most of us.