California Online Ammunition Sales Spike Ahead Of Jan. 1 Law ChangeAmmunition sales across California are skyrocketing heading into the end of the year, but the deals have nothing to do with Christmas or holiday sales.
Prisoner-Produced Podcast Makes San Quentin Inmates' Stories Available WorldwidePrisoners' real stories told by prisoners -- from behind bars. That's what podcast listeners will be getting when San Quentin's "Ear Hustle" goes worldwide.
Tech Startup Using 3-D Printing Builds 1 Vitamin Pill To Replace Them AllA San Francisco company has developed a 3-D printed capsule that can release up to 12 different vitamins, minerals and nutrients throughout the day.
Plasma Seen As Possible Fountain Of Youth Treatment For Older PatientsBay Area scientists are working on a treatment for brain disease that involves injecting plasma from young subjects into older patients,
NFL Players Push For Cannabis Alternative To Opioids For Chronic PainCurrent and former National Football League players are funding a study on a potential opioid alternative – cannabis oil, made in the Bay Area – to help alleviate the pain brought about by a football career.
Dangerous, Addictive Opioid 'Pinky' To Be Banned This WeekThis week the federal government places an emergency ban on a powerful, highly-addictive painkiller that has killed dozens and sent countless more to emergency rooms in California and across the United States.
California Student Test Scores Show Improvement, Continued Racial GapCalifornia has released results of standardized student testing from 11,000 public schools across the state, and the results are decidedly mixed.
Livermore Boy Auctions Prized Hog To Help 5-Year-Old Leukemia PatientA 12-year-old Livermore boy has rallied his community to help a child sick with leukemia, using his expertise as a young pig farmer to raise a ton of money for his new friend.
Bay Area Teen Survives Deadly Snake's Bite In BelizeAudrey Benton is recovering after being bitten by one of the deadliest snakes alive -- the Fer-de-Lance.
Illegal Firearm Maker 'Dr. Death' Helped Create Untraceable 'Ghost Guns'Federal authorities are concerned about dangerous, untraceable firearms known as "ghost guns" being illicitly produced in machine shops without licenses or background checks.
Bay Area Becomes Top Spot In Nation For Auto TheftBay Area law enforcement is seeing a surge in stolen cars, with the region now the top spot in the country for auto theft.
Juliette Goodrich’s Touchdown Pass Party MixHere's an easy-to-make Super Bowl party treat from KPIX's Juliette Goodrich