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  • Ronald McDonald House at Stanford.
  • Ronald McDonald House at Stanford is planning to dramatically expand its ability to care for families with children being treated for life threatening illnesses.
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palo alto, stanford university, children, lucile packard children's hospital, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • Hunter Kilbourn, along with his mother, and friends join ABC7 News anchors Cheryl Jennings and Kristen Sze for a special tour.
  • Things are getting better for the 10-year-old East Bay boy who was mauled by two pit bulls back in August.
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antioch, dog attack, children, animal, martinez, east bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Camp Okizu art
  • A fundraiser is being held to help Camp Okizu, a program in the Bay Area that offers help and hope for kids and families with cancer.
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children, cancer, fundraiser, art, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • William Fleming is still in a bit of shock over the fact that he was able to get surgery recently to save his sight thanks to the power of social media.
  • Cheryl Jennings went back to visit William Fleming, who had successful eye surgery just a few days ago, to see how his life is changing.
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social media, twitter, facebook, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • A San Jose man who needed surgery to save his eyesight underwent that surgery on Thursday.
  • A San Jose man who needed surgery to save his eyesight underwent that surgery on Thursday.
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social media, twitter, facebook, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • A mother in San Jose reached out to for help because her daughters fiance needs surgery to save his sight.
  • ABC7 News anchor Cheryl Jennings helped use social media to get a San Jose man vision-saving surgery.
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social media, twitter, facebook, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • A new study by a local Bay Area non-profit research center reveals that people may inherit lung cancer from their ancestors.
  • A new study by a local Bay Area non-profit research center reveals that people may inherit lung cancer from their ancestors.
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study, cancer, non-profit, san carlos, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • A visitor looks at the Toyota Lexus LS650hL at a Toyota showroom in Tokyo, Japan, Wednesday, May 19, 2010.
  • The annual Consumer Reports Auto Reliability Survey revealed that Lexus, Toyota and Acura are the most reliable automakers.
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7 on your side, cheryl jennings
  • One of Israels popular recording artists is in San Francisco for a sold-out concert and is using his music to bring different cultures together.
  • A popular Israeli musician who uses his music to bridge cultural differences brings his message to the Bay Area.
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music, israel, celebrity, entertainment, cheryl jennings
  • Family gives back to Ronald McDonald House
  • One family who really needed the services of Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco plans to give back to the charity.
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children, fundraiser, charities, UCSF, san francisco news, cheryl jennings
  • Filipina singing legend Lea Salonga.
  • California is home to the largest concentration of Filipino Americans in the country.
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fundraiser, silicon valley, dancing with the stars, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • Brigadier General Clarence K. K. Chinn reflects on 911 sacrifices and says the future is bright for the people of Afghanistan.
  • Brigadier General Clarence K. K. Chinn reflects on 911 sacrifices and says the future is bright for the people of Afghanistan.
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afghanistan war, afghanistan, national/world, cheryl jennings
  • ABC7 News Special: Just Like Me
  • "Just Like Me: The Taylor Family Foundation" aired August 18, 2013 at 6:30pm.
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children, parenting, charities, news, cheryl jennings
  • Young kids at Livermores Camp Milagros.
  • A lot of people may not know that thousands of children suffer with arthritis.
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children, livermore, UCSF, lucile packard children's hospital, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • Scientists are testing an Antarctic-bound unmanned submarine that will collect data on earthquakes.
  • Scientists in Lake Tahoe are testing an Antarctic-bound unmanned submarine that will collect data on earthquakes.
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lake tahoe, earthquake, california news, cheryl jennings
  • The Marin County humanitarian organization Roots of Peace has honored a big request from young landmine victim Daniel Yuval.
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roots of peace, marin county, afghanistan, israel, palestine, west bank, children, north bay news, cheryl jennings
  • San Rafael High School students raise thousands of dollars in pennies for Afghan children.
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local news, cheryl jennings
  • ABC7 Top Scholar: Sarah Tsou
  • A Bay Area student's musical talents and dedication to community service have made her one of this year's ABC7 Top Scholars.
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ABC7 top scholars, san jose, music, education, cheryl jennings
  • Kylee Saunders, 19, is a rising pop star in Japan and a Stanford student. She stopped by the ABC7 News studio in San Francisco and spoke with Cheryl Jennings.
  • Kylee Saunders, a rising pop star in Japan and a Stanford student made her U.S. debut at Yoshi's in Oakland on Friday.
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music, oakland, east bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporations after school program
  • A major milestone has been reached for a program that helps children in one of San Francisco's most difficult neighborhoods.
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tenderloin, children, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • Here is an update about a San Jose high school student raising money to help Afghan refugees.
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san jose, afghanistan, afghanistan war, fundraiser, south bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Sugar Ray Leonard
  • Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard was the keynote speaker Friday at the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center fundraiser.
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child abuse, children, fundraiser, celebrity, san francisco news, cheryl jennings
  • San Francisco Recycling Program
  • A trip to San Francisco and tour of the city's recycling program inspired two Goldman Environmental Prize winners on their global missions.
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recycling, green, cheryl jennings
  • Boston Ballet dancer John Lam dancing
  • Boston Ballet dancer John Lam is making a special appearance at an event celebrating Marin Ballet's 50th anniversary.
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marin county, north bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Laotian youth discuss unexploded bombs at Stanford
  • Two young people from Laos are in the Bay Area to talk about the impact of unexploded bombs left over from the Vietnam War.
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war, charities, stanford university, bombing, peninsula news, cheryl jennings
  • ABC7 News Special: Just Like Me
  • Camp Arroyo provides a unique respite for children who struggle daily with with life-threatening or life-altering conditions.
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children, parenting, charities, news, cheryl jennings
  • ABC7 News Special: Just Like Me
  • Camp Arroyo provides a unique respite for children who struggle daily with with life-threatening or life-altering conditions.
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children, parenting, charities, news, cheryl jennings
  • Roots of Peace negotiates landmine removal deal
  • A San Rafael mother just returned from the Middle East with what some may call a holiday miracle.
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san rafael, charities, roots of peace, war, north bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Congresswoman Jackie Speier is introducing a bill to fight military sexual assaults and to help victims.
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jackie speier, military, san francisco news, cheryl jennings
  • Locals team up to send bikes to HIV-positive kids
  • A Bay Area man helping kids with AIDS in South Africa is partnering with Mike's Bikes of San Rafael to bring bicycles to the children.
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marin county, san rafael, charities, children, africa, AIDS, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • Khaled Hosseini, the Kite Runner author
  • The Kite Runner author Dr. Khaled Hosseini talks about the desperate times for millions of people in Afghanistan.
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san jose, afghanistan, south bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Kids at Camp Okizu
  • Thousands of families in the Bay Area are grateful for a program that offers help and hope for children with cancer.
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children, cancer, novato, north bay news, cheryl jennings
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • San Francisco 49er great Steve Young hopes to bring music therapy to Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.
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san francisco 49ers, lucile packard children's hospital, music, nfl, cheryl jennings
  • helmet hits
  • Starting next year the NFL plans to start measuring those hard football hits with helmet sensors or mouth guard sensors.
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san francisco 49ers, lucile packard children's hospital, nfl, cheryl jennings
  • 49ers CEO Jed York
  • 49ers CEO Jed York's passion has always been sports, but that's not his only labor of love. He's also involved in many charities.
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san francisco 49ers, charities, silicon valley, facebook, linkedin, ebay, nfl, cheryl jennings
  • A fundraiser took place in the East Bay to raise money for an organization that helps victims of domestic violence.
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domestic violence, concord, east bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Ronald McDonald House of SF making difference
  • The incredible work by San Francisco's Ronald McDonald House is easing the burdens of families when they need it most.
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UCSF, children, medical research, charities, parenting, san francisco news, cheryl jennings
  • Steve Young at Stanfords Lucile Packard Childrens Hospital
  • A former San Francisco 49er and his wife are working on a new effort to use music to help critically-ill children.
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palo alto, stanford university, lucile packard children's hospital, music, medical research, celebrity, san francisco 49ers, nfl, cheryl jennings
  • Roots of Peace photo op
  • Once just a small operation run out of home in San Rafael, Roots of Peace is now a major part of the transition in Afghanistan.
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san rafael, afghanistan, agriculture, charities, roots of peace, north bay news, cheryl jennings
  • U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin
  • The U.S. Surgeon General announced a new national strategy aimed at preventing suicide.
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national/world, cheryl jennings
  • Aiden Turner
  • There's a Bay Area camp where kids with life-threatening illnesses can set aside their fears and make friends with others just like them.
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cancer, children, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • ABC7 News Special: Just Like Me
  • Join ABC7 for a half-hour special about an incredible organization providing a free camp for kids with life-threatening conditions.
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children, charities, east bay news, cheryl jennings
  • Starving African children
  • CARE International is making a Bay Area plea for help for children and families in West Africa's Sahel region.
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charities, food, barbara lee, san francisco news, cheryl jennings
  • Radar used to monitor currents in the Bay
  • A group working to clean plastic from the oceans is testing an app in the San Francisco Bay, that will help them find floating debris.
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san francisco bay, apps, green, cheryl jennings
  • New city in South Korea called Songdo
  • We took a look at a new city being built in South Korea, called Songdo, that has American companies helping to shape it.
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south korea, assignment 7, cheryl jennings
  • Speier to attend military rape documentary debut in SF
  • San Mateo Congresswoman Jackie Speier is calling on Congress to investigate yet another sex scandal in the military. Her action comes at the same time a powerful documentary is debuting in San Francisco Friday about the epidemic of rape in the military
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crime, military, jackie speier, congress, movies, politics, cheryl jennings
  • ABC7 Top Scholar: Denise Ramirez
  • Cheryl Jennings spent the day with an ABC7 top scholar who hopes to use her knowledge to help impoverished communities.
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ABC7 top scholars, education, cheryl jennings
  • Omega Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco
  • The Omega Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year of changing the lives of 200 kids.
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san francisco news, cheryl jennings
  • DJ Kim
  • Cheryl Jennings takes you to South Korea to meet a singer and a DJ from the Bay Area who helped launch K-pop.
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music, south korea, mountain view, youtube, entertainment, cheryl jennings
  • Urban oasis bringing nutrition to Tenderloin
  • One of the largest low-income housing providers in SF is trying to address poor nutrition in an area they call a "food desert."
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tenderloin, food, charities, san francisco news, cheryl jennings