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California Could Allow People To Sell Meals Made In Their Home KitchenCalifornia could soon be the first state in the nation to allow people to sell meals that they prepare in their home kitchens. Julie Watts reports. (1/24/18)
Volunteer Army Powers Glide Memorial's Holiday Meals for the HomelessThe annual Christmas breakfast isn't possible without the help of hundreds of volunteers. Jacke Ward reports. (12-25-17)
Beautiful Holiday Table Settings From Set The Occasion's Thena HolmenThena Holmen, owner of Set The Occasion, shows host Kenny Choi how she creates breathtaking holiday table settings.
Trump Tops Turkey Day Topics to Avoid at DinnerHow well did you navigate the Thanksgiving dinner conversation? Surveys show that more than any other topic, you were most likely to start an argument if you talked about President Trump. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
Delicious Recipes & Pairings For National Cheeseburger DaySeptember 18 was National Cheeseburger Day, so lifestyle expert Amy Sewell stopped by Bay Sunday to share some delicious burger recipes and pairings to eat on that day... or any day.
Impossible Food Startup Eyes Impossible Dairy ExpansionThe Silicon Valley company that makes meatless meat plans to launch faux dairy products. Maria Medina reports. (9/13/17)

Holidays

Celebratory Fireworks Ring In Tet, Lunar New Year Celebrations in S.F. and San JoseTeam coverage from Mary Lee in San Francisco's Chinatown and Juliette Goodrich in San Jose. (2-16-18)
S.F. Chinatown Bustling as Shoppers Stock Up for Lunar New YearLong lines for food and cash formed outside markets and banks in San Francisco's Chinatown on Thursday on the eve of the Year of the Dog which begins on Friday. Mary Lee reports. (2-15-18)
Santa Cruz Triples Several Fines to Discourage New Year's Eve RowdinessThe city of Santa Cruz will be tripling fines for anyone breaking certain laws on New Year's Eve. Maria Medina reports. (12-29-17)

Local Community

New Exhibit at de Young Museum in S.F. Spotlights African American ArtA new exhibit title "Revelations" features a wide range of media that share one common component. KPIX 5's Christin Ayers takes a long look with museum curator Timothy Anglin Burgard. (2-18-18)
Warriors' Durant to Pay First Year Tuition for 4 East Palo Alto HS SeniorsSeveral at-risk high school seniors on the Peninsula were shocked to learn last week that Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant has offered to foot the bill for the first year of their college education. Sharon Chin reports. (2-16-18)
San Jose Google Campus Proposal Raises Concerns for ResidentsNot everyone’s happy with Google moving into downtown San Jose. An exclusive KPIX-SurveyUSA poll shows a majority of voters in the city think it could be a good thing. That number is 56 percent. But 31 percent say it will be bad and 13 percent aren’t sure. Len Ramirez reports. (2-16-18)

Shopping

S.F. Chinatown Bustling as Shoppers Stock Up for Lunar New YearLong lines for food and cash formed outside markets and banks in San Francisco's Chinatown on Thursday on the eve of the Year of the Dog which begins on Friday. Mary Lee reports. (2-15-18)
Empty Storefronts in San Francisco Show Impact of Years of Rising RentsSoaring rents in the city are squeezing out small businesses. Susie Steimle spoke to a lawmaker who says San Francisco needs to start cracking down on commercial landlords. (2-9-18)
Southern California Woman Sues Walmart to End Policy of ‘Segregating’ Beauty ProductsEssie Grundy told reporters at a news conference Friday she has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against Walmart after having to ask for assistance to buy a 49-cent comb, which was among several products kept in a glass case though products for other races were easily available. Andria Borba reports. (1-26-18)

Local News

Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Dog CA Assemblywoman GarciaState Assemblywoman Christina Garcia, a vocal leader of the #MeToo movement, is facing new allegations of misconduct. As Laura Abrams reports, he says he was fired for refusing to play Spin the Bottle.
Cold Snap Hits Bay AreaWidespread freezing temperatures were expected across the Bay Area bringing hail, and snow. Katie Nielsen reports.
Feds Target Cannabis Chemical CBD Despite Proven Medical BenefitThe DEA asserts all cannabis extracts - including CBD - are controlled substances and illicit. Parents of children who benefit from the drug, like Zachary hope a lawsuit filed in an SF court, will change that.

KPIXTV

Pilot Personally Delivers Lost Engagement Ring To United PassengerA San Francisco woman is thanking a United Airlines pilot for returning some small but precious cargo - her engagement ring.
Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Dog CA Assemblywoman GarciaState Assemblywoman Christina Garcia, a vocal leader of the #MeToo movement, is facing new allegations of misconduct. As Laura Abrams reports, he says he was fired for refusing to play Spin the Bottle.
Cold Snap Hits Bay AreaWidespread freezing temperatures were expected across the Bay Area bringing hail, and snow. Katie Nielsen reports.

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