What teachers learned from year of distance learning

Distance learning has created a real divide between students and their teachers. It has been a tough year, but also a time for teachers to learn how to bridge that gap and make social distancing more social.

Beto O’Rourke doubles down on vow to seize assault weapons

Beto O'Rourke is campaigning in the Bay Area. The Democratic candidate for president made two stops in Marin on Wednesday at San Quentin State Prison and at a private fundraiser. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports he is doubling down on his vow to seize assault weapons.

Storm intensity affects sewer pipes, causes spills

A medium sized sewage spill in the North Bay has some officials thinks about not just replacing sewer pipes, but replacing them with bigger ones to account for climate change. This is something that intense storms are making sewer agencies thinking a lot more about downpours and intense storms called rain bombs. KTVU's Tom Vacar reports.

Marin Co. Sheriff under fire for ICE cooperation

Critics say the Marin County Jail has turned over more than 300 inmates to ICE during the past four years. At a community meeting Thursday, the sheriff said he did no wrong. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports.

Camp Fire pigs looking for a good home

The Marin Humane Society has taken in two pot bellied pigs displaced from the wildfire in Butte County. The plan is to put the pigs up for adoption and to get them a good home.

'Stop the Bleed' campaign helps trauma experts save lives

With the frequency of shootings with mass casualties that have taken place, including the one on Tuesday afternoon on the YouTube campus in San Bruno, Bay Area trauma experts say everyone can help save the life of a gunshot victim. Amber Lee reports.

Bikes for North Bay Fire victims

Hundreds of refurbished bicycles are headed to the North Bay for kids and bicycles alike. It's part of an effort underway to replace some of those lost items from last month's devastating fires.