Surviving Nuclear Blast Among Latest Disaster-Preparedness Scenarios
Nuclear saber-rattling between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has prompted people to think about the unthinkable: what to do in case of a nuclear explosion. Sharon Chin spoke with an expert who has some specific suggestions. (11-7-17)

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Anti-Pot Campaign Targets Santa Clara County TeensAn advertising campaign called "Wasted" has launched on buses, in movie theaters and on social media in an effort to discourage young people from smoking marijuana. Len Ramirez reports. (1-18-18)
'Reducetarians' Carve Meat from Their Diet, Slice by SliceKPIX 5's Andria Borba learned about a new food movement that meat-loving, would-be vegans say is easy to swallow. (1-13-18)
27 Dead In Worst Flu Season To Hit California In A DecadeHealth officials are calling this the worst flu season in a decade. The disease has already killed 27 people. Len Ramirez tells us how California is getting hit the hardest.
Deadly Flu Epidemic Hits California HardMore than half the country is seeing a spike in flu cases. John Blackstone reports, the situation in California is deadly.
Bay Area Hospitals Limit Visitors Due to Flu OutbreakDoctors are calling this year a particularly bad flu season and hospitals aren’t taking any chances. Hospitals in the South Bay are limiting visitors as they deal with a winter outbreak. Len Ramirez reports. (1-5-18)
Stanford Medical Center Proposes Blood Delivery Via DroneStanford Blood Center is hoping to get blood delivered to hospitals via drone. Devin Fehely reports. (12-29-17)

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Police Arrest Suspect in S.F. Sunset District HomicideA woman was fatally gunned down late Friday afternoon in San Francisco’s Sunset District and police announced late Friday night they had a suspect in custody. (1-19-18)
Delta Airlines Cracks Down on Passengers with PetsDelta Air Lines will soon require owners of service and support animals to provide more information before their animal can fly in the passenger cabin, including an assurance that it’s trained to behave itself. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-19-17)
Wine Country Wildfire Survivors Victimized by Skyrocketing Rents, EvictionsThe Norty Bay wildfires killed 24 and displaced thousands more. Three months later, there is now a second wave of victims: losing their homes not to flames, but to evictions. Emily Turner reports. (1-19-18)

International News

NAACP Accuses Pres. Trump of 'Unfiltered Racism' Over Vulgar CommentsLeaders on Capitol Hill are trying to strike a deal on immigration but sources say President Trump got frustrated during an Oval Office meeting on Thursday and asked "why are we having all these people from sh*thole countries come here?" referring to Haiti, El Salvador and some African nations. Veronica De La Cruz reports that outrage over those words is coming from all quarters. (1-11-18)
Pres. Trump Takes Reporters' Questions at Camp David News ConferenceAt a Saturday morning press conference at Camp David, the president addressed reporters' questions about negotiating with North Korea, his Twitter attacks on author Michael Wolff and special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. (1-6-18)
Congress Considers Restricting Trump's Ability To Launch Preemptive Nuclear StrikeSouth Bay Congressman Ro Khanna wants to pass legislation restricting the President's ability to launch a preemptive nuclear strike without Congress' authorization. Allen Martin reports. (1/3/18)

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Delta Airlines Cracks Down on Passengers with PetsDelta Air Lines will soon require owners of service and support animals to provide more information before their animal can fly in the passenger cabin, including an assurance that it’s trained to behave itself. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-19-17)
Beloved Ice Rink in San Mateo Saved from ExtinctionNazareth Ice Oasis at Bridgepointe Shopping Center in San Mateo is up and running thanks to community pressure and a years-long battle. Vern Glenn reports. (1-19-18)
Wine Country Wildfire Survivors Victimized by Skyrocketing Rents, EvictionsThe Norty Bay wildfires killed 24 and displaced thousands more. Three months later, there is now a second wave of victims: losing their homes not to flames, but to evictions. Emily Turner reports. (1-19-18)

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East Bay Car Crash Shears Hydrant Causing Mudslide That Floods HomesA car crashed into a fire hydrant near Buckingham Blvd, lubricating the hillside and sending a torrent of mud into several homes. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-19-18)
Family of Boy Killed in East Bay DUI Crash Says Justice Was Not DoneThe family of a little boy who was killed by a drunk driver on I-680 in San Ramon are upset that the woman responsible was sentenced to only seven years and she could be out of prison in half that time. Maria Medina reports. (1-19-18)
Police Arrest Suspect in S.F. Sunset District HomicideA woman was fatally gunned down late Friday afternoon in San Francisco’s Sunset District and police announced late Friday night they had a suspect in custody. (1-19-18)

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