Bay Area high rent makes local restaurant owner find unique way to keep her employees

The rising cost of rent in the Bay Area has caused at least one restaurant owner to look at unique ways to offer affordable housing for her employees. Zareen Khan, owner of Zareen’s Restaurant offers four of her key full-time employees bellow-market rent in a home she owns in East Menlo Park.


Male victim of Golden State Killer breaks silence of his attack, girlfriend’s rape



San Francisco 49ers Training Camp

Dwight Clark Eulogy in San Francisco

San Francisco 49ers great Dwight Clark was remembered by family, friends and teammates at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.


CRISPR: Gene editing technology

Delaney Van Riper, a UC Santa Cruz student, has a degenerative muscle condition called Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Van Riper hopes through the use of the gene-editing technology called CRISPR, she can overcome her condition.

Prep sports 2018

Like many parts of the country, California has a rich tradition of high school sports. From powerhouse football programs like Mater Dei and De La Salle, to the number one basketball team in the nation for most of season in the Archbishop Mitty girls basketball team, there was no shortage of high energy play in the prep ranks this past season.

Miami Dolphins’ preseason matchup versus the Baltimore Ravens

El Clásico Miami

The biggest rivalry in club soccer made its U.S. debut at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Saturday, July 29, 2017. The match between Real Madrid and Barcelona ended in a 3-2 win for Barcelona.


Trapeze summer camp



A trapeze activity at the Levis Jewish Community Center Marleen Forkas Summer Camp in Boca Raton.

Miami standout Shakima Wimbley

Shakima Wimbley is one of the most decorated members of the University of Miami track team. She recently closed her college career with a second place finish in the 400-meter finals at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Wimbley won the 400 at the NCAA’s indoor championships earlier this year.