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KQED News 4h
We are sending KQED reporter Alex Hall to the U.S.-Mexico border this week to report on immigration. ➡️What questions do you have for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)? ⬅️
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KQED News 5h
Ever been confused by the "sell by" or "use before" dates on food labels? You aren't alone.
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KQED News 5h
What You Need to Know About Carnaval San Francisco 2019
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KQED News 5h
The Identity Politics of Being ‘Enough’ with Tonya Mosley, and Jenifer Ancona on Organizing a New American Majority
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KQED News 6h
Like many in the Bay Area, these turkeys are transplants from another state.
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KQED News 6h
‘Our Officers Are the Victims’: Sacramento Police Defend Use of Spit Mask on 12-Year-Old
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KQED News 6h
Staff at San Leandro Hospital Subject to Frequent Assaults, New Records Show
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KQED News 7h
"I want to apologize for the role our equipment had in this tragedy. Nothing I can say, nothing I could stand up in front of you and say, is going to undo that and I know that, we know that," said PG&E Vice President Aaron Johnson at a Paradise town hall.
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KQED News 7h
PG&E Pledges to Bury Its Distribution Power Lines in Paradise
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KQED Forum 7h
Coming up tomorrow: At 9, the latest news about a sixth migrant child found to have died in U.S. custody. Then at 9:30 we'll ask: what do you love about San Francisco? And at 10, we'll look at the SAT's new 'adversity score'. Join the conversation:
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KQED News 7h
The elephant seals are back! Earlier this year, elephant seals took over Drakes Beach in Point Reyes National Seashore during the government shutdown (as illustrated by 🎨).
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KQED News 8h
"This idea that people might be getting exploited was super intuitive for a long time to artists," says Professor Aaron Kay of . "It's not saying passion is not good for the worker. But it isn't a reason to pay someone less."
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KQED News 8h
Why California’s Efforts to Limit Soda Keep Fizzling
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KQED News 8h
What does it mean to “decolonize your desires?” talks with wise one Dr. Amy Sueyoshi to find out more on the latest episode of . Listen now: .
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KQED News 8h
The study found that current residents of the California cities that were heavily impacted by redlining are more than twice as likely as their peers to visit emergency rooms for asthma.
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Rachael Myrow 8h
It seemed like a good idea at the time: how people on the taxpayer's dime imported wild turkeys to the Bay Area, where they proceeded to terrorize us. (Well, I guess that's a choice, because we are so much bigger...?) via
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KQED News 8h
Unpacking Crushes and Colonized Desire
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Monica Lam 9h
"It is raining plastic." A survey by the found plastics in 90% of atmospheric samples collected. Most required 20-40x magnification to be seen. But still! Plastic fibers, beads and shards are in the air we breathe.
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The Bay 9h
San Jose has seen a lot of change since the first came to the city in the 90's. One thing that hasn't changed much? The ride or die fan base.
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KQED News 9h
Replying to @chalexhall
Make sure to follow for updates from her reporting trip and tweet us your ❓questions❓ for her.
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