Peninsula 'Food Pharmacy' Fights DiabetesIn Redwood City, a doctor writes a prescription for healthy food and the patient walks across the hall to fill it at a "Food Pharmacy" stocked with several days' worth of fresh produce and other nutritious groceries. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
SF Passes Ordinance to Require Stores to Label Meats Raised with AntibioticsOfficials in San Francisco are preparing to enforce a new ordinance that will require city stores that sell raw meat and poultry to label and list any antibiotics used to raise the livestock. Don Ford reports. (10-24-17)
ConsumerWatch: Mac 'n' Cheese DangerA new report raises questions about chemicals found in cheese powder. Consumer reporter Julie Watts explains. (7-14-17)
Seniors Thrive on Gourmet Finger Foods at Bay Area Retirement CommunityOlder adults are at a high risk for malnutrition. KPIX 5's Sharon Chin reports on a retirement community in the Bay Area where residents are taking matters into their own hands. (7-4-17)
At Issue: Antibiotics in MeatA proposal before the San Francisco Board of Supervisors would require some retailers to report details of the antibiotics used on animals. Melissa Caen talks with the sponsor of the proposal, supervisor Jeff Sheehy. (7-2-17)
Tips For Staying Healthy This Spring With Dr. Nicole Van GroningenDr. Nicole Van Groningen helps Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi separate fact from fiction when it comes to getting healthy and staying healthy this spring.
Bay Area Baker Chosen To Make Royal Wedding CakePrince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen pastry chef Claire Ptak, an organic baker from Marin County, to bake their wedding cake. John Ramos reports. (3/20/18)
Royal Wedding Baker Hails From Marin CountyKensington Palace announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided their royal wedding cake will be made by pastry chef Claire Ptak from Marin County.
New Device Tests Food for PeanutsAn estimated 3 million Americans have a peanut allergy. KPIX 5's Mary Lee learned of a new device, designed in the Bay Area, that takes the guesswork out of food-selection. (3-8-18)
Proposed California Law Would Guarantee 'Right to Repair' Cellphones, GizmosA proposed new law would require electronics manufacturers to make parts and repair manuals available to consumers and third-party repair shops. Len Ramirez reports. (3-9-18)
Hayward Parts Ways with PG&E, Switches to 100 Percent Renewable EnergyThe city of Hayward is parting ways with PG&E and moving to more environmentally-friendly ways to produce electricity. John Ramos reports. (3-8-18)
Protesters Demand Visa Help Block Assault Weapon SalesDemonstrators assembled Thursday outside Visa headquarters in Foster City. They want the credit card company to block sales of assault weapons. Len Ramirez reports. (3-8-18)
San Mateo Jury Awards $2.3M To Ex-MLB Pitcher In Hand Injury LawsuitA Northern California jury has awarded $2.3 million to a former Major League Baseball pitcher injured after confronting a man high on LSD trying to break into his home. Katie Nielsen reports. (3/20/18)
Friends And Family Mourn Death Of Brentwood Man Shot In HaywardAjmal "AJ" Faroqi of Brentwood was fatally shot in his car early Sunday in unincorporated Hayward. The motive for the killing hasn't been determined. Christin Ayers reports.
Man Injured By Incendiary Device Dropped Off At Austin Goodwill StoreAn old, military-type device injured a Goodwill worker in Austin, Texas. Nikki Battiste reports. (3/20/18)