Surviving Nuclear Blast Among Latest Disaster-Preparedness ScenariosNuclear saber-rattling between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has prompted people to think about what to do in case of a nuclear explosion. Sharon Chin reports. (11/15/17)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapOvernight headlines, a glance at the weather and a roundup of the week's news with Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Julie Watts. (11-12-17)
Vet Fights To Get Friend Who Died From Agent Orange On Vietnam Memorial WallArmy Specialist James Brady's name would not be on the California Vietnam Memorial, if not for the efforts of a friend and fellow veteran. Wilson Walker tells his story.
Surviving Nuclear Blast Among Latest Disaster-Preparedness ScenariosNuclear 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)
Nuclear Bomb Shelter Business Is BoomingWith North Korea threatening a nuclear strike all the way to the United States, a homegrown industry is exploding as people scramble to protect themselves. Sharon Chin reports. (11/6/17)
At Issue: Diversity Lottery for VisasPhil Matier talks about the U.S. visa diversity lottery system with UC Hastings professor Hadar Avram. (11-5-17)
Deadly Fire Rips Through SJ Apartment Trapping, Killing Family InsideA fire ripped through a San Jose apartment building, killing three people and trapping a family inside. Devin Fehely talked to witnesses and firefighters after the tragic blaze.
Raw Video: Fatal Fire at San Jose Apartment ComplexAn early-morning fire in a two-story apartment building near San Jose State University claimed the lives of two residents. (11-18-17)
Alameda County Discourages Truancy by Holding Parents AccountableWith the alarmingly high number of truant students in Alameda County, officials been taking a tough love approach toward parents whose kids miss too many school days. Sharon Chin reports. (11-17-17)
Bay Area Carpool Lane Limit May Increase To 3 PassengersBay Area carpool lanes could get a lot more exclusive. Devin Fehely reports, there's talk of turning two-person lanes to three.
Richmond Breaks Ground On New Ferry Terminal With Service To San FranciscoAs part of an effort to attract people to Richmond, the city has broken ground on a ferry terminal. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11/1/17)
Napa Valley Mayors to Visitors: All Aboard the Wine Train!Napa Valley mayors are hoping you won't wait too long before coming back to visit Wine Country. KPIX 5's John Ramos rode on the Wine Train with them on Thursday. (10-26-17)
Data Often Left Unsecured as Companies Rely on Cloud-Based SystemsChris Vickery spends his days poking around databases looking for sensitive data left out in the open, unprotected on the internet. Turns out, there's a lot to be found. Kiet Do reports. (11-16-17)
Survey: Employees Admit Wasting Time At Work On Their SmartphonesEmployees admitted spending one hour and 36 minutes a day doing personal tasks at work. Almost an hour of that is on a smartphone, according to a survey from OfficeTeam.
Cal Students Develop Algorithm To Detect Twitter Bots, Fake News AccountsTwo Bay Area college students may have found a way to expose fake accounts on Twitter known as bots. Andria Borba met up with them.
Aladdin Star Adam JacobsAladdin star Adam Jacobs talks to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about the hit Broadway musical now playing through January 7 at SHN San Francisco.
Oakland Symphony Conductor Michael MorganOakland Symphony Conductor Michael Morgan talks to Bay Sunday about upcoming concerts and activities.
'Broken Seeds' Tells Story Of A People Through Classical Indian Dance, ArtArtistic Director of Nava Dance Theatre Nadhi Thekkek and Oakland-based artist Rupy C. Tut talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about 'Broken Seeds Still Grow.'