SF Passes Ordinance to Require Stores to Label Meats Raised with Antibiotics
Officials 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)

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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.
Oakland A’s Open Peanut-Free Seating SectionThe team has decided to accommodate those fans who are allergic to peanuts with their own seating section -- and the seats are good ones, too. Don Ford reports. (5-5-17)

Food & Drink

ConsumerWatch: Oprah Endorses Napa Valley Bakery's English MuffinsModel Bakery, in downtown St. Helena, features English muffins that Oprah Winfrey loves and that's been very good for business. Julie Watts reports. (11-3-17)
NightBeat Focus: Fighting Food WasteNightBeat's Veronica De La Cruz spoke with Komal Ahmad, the CEO of Coppia, a Bay Area non-profit company that helps reduce food waste and feed the hungry with the help of an app that pairs food-aid organizations with local businesses, such as restaurants, that have surplus food. (11-2-17)
Wine Country Businesses Plead for Tourists to ReturnWith skies in the North Bay returning to blue, local businesses -- hard-hit by a drop in revenue during the wildfires -- tell visitors it's OK to come back. John Ramos reports. (10-24-17)

Gov't, Politics & Law

DMV Expects Onslaught of Californians Applying for Federal Real IDLines at your local DMV are about to get even more challenging. That's because millions of Californians will have to show up in person to get a new kind of driver license. Katie Nielsen reports from Santa Rosa. (11-17-17)
San Geronimo Golf Course Could Become A New Marin County ParkMarin County could get a new public park if city leaders vote to purchase the San Geronimo Golf Course. Susie Steimle reports. (11/14/17)
San Francisco Isn't Prepared For Recreational Marijuana LegalizationSan Francisco will not have a regulatory framework in place by January 1st, when recreational marijuana becomes legal. Jackie Ward reports. (11/14/17)

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Saturday Evening Forecast With Brian HackneyRain in the forecast.
Community Rallies To Lift Spirits Of Wine Country Wildfire Victims During HolidaysMany people in the wine country lost everything in the wildfires. Da Lin tells us how the community is trying to lift their spirits during the holidays.
Man Gunned Down In Broad Daylight Over Used Cellphone SaleA man using the popular 'Let Go' app to sell his cellphone was gunned down in broad daylight in San Leandro Saturday. Katie Nielsen talked to stunned residents.

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Saturday Evening Forecast With Brian HackneyRain in the forecast.
Community Rallies To Lift Spirits Of Wine Country Wildfire Victims During HolidaysMany people in the wine country lost everything in the wildfires. Da Lin tells us how the community is trying to lift their spirits during the holidays.
Man Gunned Down In Broad Daylight Over Used Cellphone SaleA man using the popular 'Let Go' app to sell his cellphone was gunned down in broad daylight in San Leandro Saturday. Katie Nielsen talked to stunned residents.

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