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State Insurance Commissioner Investigates Complaint That Insurers Discriminate Against Gay MenCalifornia's insurance commissioner is looking into an allegation that some insurance companies are discriminating against gay men. Maria Medina reports. (2-15-18)
Tiny Homes Bring Affordable Living to DeltaPeople in the Bay Area are ditching sky-high rents for just a couple hundred square feet. Da Lin reports from Isleton. (2-15-18)
Marin County Considers Requiring Signage Outside Vacation RentalsMarin County is considering requiring a yard sign in front of homes telling everyone around that a property is a short-term rental. Emily Turner reports that some worry the signs would welcome thieves.
Man Claims Apple Airpods Blew Up In His EarJason Colon of Florida says he was wearing his Apple Airpods at the gym when they blew up.
San Jose Housing Market Soars to New HeightsSan Jose is now on track to become the hottest housing market in the country. KPIX 5's Maria Medina found out why prices are going through the roof. (2-1-18)
California Agency Still Making ID Theft Easy By Mailing Out Social Security NumbersTwo and a half years ago after a KPIX 5 investigation revealed the state was putting millions at risk for identity theft, officials promised changes. Julie Watts reports. (1/29/18)

Food & Drink

UK Research Links Compound in Asparagus to CancerResearch out of the United Kingdom has found a possible link between an amino acid called aparagine and cancer in mice. That report was greeted with a heaping helping of skepticism by the executive director of the San Joaquin Farm Bureau. (2-10-18)
Hops for Hipsters: 'Pliny the Younger' Pale Ale Goes on Sale for 2 Weeks in Santa RosaThe line of beer devotees stretched around the block in Santa Rosa as fans waited hours for this year's limited release of Pliny the Younger from the Russian River Brewing Company. Allen Martin reports. (2-2-18)
Facebook Post Shows Uncovered Meat Carried Into San Jose Store in Shopping Carts99 Ranch market in San Jose and Costco apologized Friday evening after a woman posted photos to social media showing raw, unpackaged meat being moved from Costco to 99 Ranch in shopping carts. (1-26-18)

Small Business

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)
Potrepreneurs Gather in S.F. for International Cannabis Business ConferenceOn Friday, people from around the world came to San Francisco to network about all things marijuana. Len Ramirez reports. (2-2-18)
S.F. Restaurant Sees Demand Soar for Flu-Fighting SoupFlu sufferers swear by it. Others call it a cure for whatever ails you. It’s the sopa de pollo, chicken soup, at a small San Francisco Mexican restaurant that people are lining up for. And it is selling out this flu season. Wilson Walker reports. (1-26-18)

Local News

Cold Snap Moves Into Bay AreaPlunging temperatures combined with high winds are shocking Bay Area residents with a rude return to winter. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-18-18)
Barely Missing Massacre, A's Pitcher Sets Up Fund for His Stricken Alma MaterJesus Luzardo graduated from Douglas High School two years ago and now he's working his way through the minor leagues with the A's. He had planned to be on campus last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 17. Luzardo has set up a fund for Douglas High at: bit.ly/2F9qzgg
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)

KPIXTV

Trump Fumes About Russia Investigation and OprahPres. Trump was quite active on Twitter Sunday. Lashing out at Oprah Winfrey and the FBI. (2-18-18)
Cold Snap Moves Into Bay AreaPlunging temperatures combined with high winds are shocking Bay Area residents with a rude return to winter. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-18-18)
Barely Missing Massacre, A's Pitcher Sets Up Fund for His Stricken Alma MaterJesus Luzardo graduated from Douglas High School two years ago and now he's working his way through the minor leagues with the A's. He had planned to be on campus last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 17. Luzardo has set up a fund for Douglas High at: bit.ly/2F9qzgg

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