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A charter school won its lawsuit against the Hayward Unified School District over classroom space amid the pandemic.

Dalya Salih

This past Saturday, hundreds of people from up and down the west coast gathered in San Francisco for a Sudan solidarity march called for by the Sudanese Association of Northern California.

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Hayward has a new council member. She’s a millennial, a renter, and Afghan American. Aisha Wahab is a 31 year old IT consultant.

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Hayward's Ballet Folkórico México Danza started out as an after-school program for local kids to learn traditional Mexican dance. Since 1991, it's grown to over 100 members, including teenage and adult companies.

Photo by Holly McDede

When you think of the tools in a police officer’s toolkit, you probably think of devices like handcuffs, pepper spray, and stun guns. But there’s another device that you probably haven’t heard of. It’s called the WRAP. 

Daily news roundup for Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Aug 18, 2015
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Here's what's happening in the Bay Area, as curated by KALW news.

SFUSD school year to begin with unique classes, new middle school // SF Examiner

"The start of the 2015-16 school year on Monday is bringing many firsts to the San Francisco Unified School District.