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Scientists discovered that we're losing birds at an increasingly rapid rate. Over the past half-century, North America has lost more than a quarter of its entire bird population, or around 3 billion birds.
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Lowering prescription drug costs is a priority shared by President Trump, fueling a glimmer of hope a deal to be had on the issue ahead of the 2020 elections.
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Some operators are cashing in on the CBD craze by substituting cheap and illegal synthetic marijuana for natural CBD in vapes and edibles such as gummy bears.
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Richmond had a rough reputation. Now researchers call it a national model for reducing gun violence.
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Rediscover the Bay Area through real stories and conversations with people across the region. New episodes of The Bay podcast come out Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Start 🎧today: (The Bay is supported by )
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"It's disingenuous to tout public housing as such a great thing when this very administration has been cutting the funding." — Sara Shortt, Coalition on Homelessness
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📚 Reader's don't forget! 📚 The SF Public Library has now eliminated all overdue fines, joining a growing movement of libraries going completely free.
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Kids notice race and class early but some first grade teachers are uncomfortable broaching these issues. However, the harm of staying silent became unacceptable for Bret Turner. “I realized I couldn't do it anymore.”
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KQED 21h
Rap and rock have exposed audiences everywhere to genre-busting new sounds, giving birth to the freshest material made the last several decades.
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The navigation center opened just over a year ago and now offers 186 beds for homeless residents, in addition to a new clinic and community space.
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Washington Week Sep 21
"We have seen legislation challenging this administration from the get-go out of our state capital. We’ve seen these dozens of lawsuits." of discusses the battle between California and the Trump administration on the Extra.
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KQED Sep 21
"The decision was tough — and this moment, bittersweet — but the time is right." — University of California President Janet Napolitano
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KQED Sep 21
Join KQED today at and help support: 📻 Diverse perspectives 📻 Quality journalism 📻 Independent media 📻 A local non-profit
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KQED Sep 21
Q. Has your family's school been disrupted like this recently?
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KQED Sep 21
To mark Month, we're honoring the story of San Jose's own Sofía Mendoza. Pass it on!
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KQED Sep 21
Whether you're picking up, dropping off or just don't fancy eating in the airport before your flight, try out one of these restaurants near SFO.
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KQED Sep 21
Cal State LA's Prison Graduation Initiative is the state’s only public B.A. program sending professors to teach behind bars. Programs like it were once more common, but today advocates are hoping to bring public dollars back to prison education.
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KQED Sep 21
A federal judge on Thursday handed President Donald Trump a victory in his effort to keep his financial information secret, siding with his campaign's effort to block a California law aimed at forcing him to release his tax returns.
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KQED Sep 20
A young soul singer with an old soul, Astu's raspy delivery sounds like it's coming right off a vinyl record. After studying to become a worship leader, she left Oklahoma to return to the Bay Area—and left the pulpit for the R&B world.
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