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Talking Politics: Dem Disarray / Trump v. CaliforniaDelegates at the state Democratic Party convention failed to endorse a candidate for U.S. Senate or governor; also, Pres. Trump suggested he might pull federal immigration and border patrol officers out of California. Discussing these issues are KPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen, with former S.F. mayor Willie Brown. (2-25-18)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapOvernight headlines, developing stories and a quick recap of sports with Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Andrea Nakano. (2-25-18)
Young Athletes Accuse USA Swimming Coaches Of Sexual HarrassmentYoung athletes of USA swim team claim they were preyed upon by trusted members of their teams. Katie Neilsen tells us one of the accused is from Los Gatos.
Thousands Line Streets For Lunar New Year ParadeHuge crowds turned out for the Lunar New Year Parade in San Francisco. Andria Borba was there.
Future Home Of Warriors Will Be Subject Of Ballot Measure In SFThere is a campaign to block the Warriors from moving across the bay. Da Lin reports on the ballot measure San Francisco voters will vote on in June.
Harsh Words For Trump At Democratic ConventionThings got heated at the Democratic convention in San Diego when Senator Dianne Feinstein told supporters President Trump has disgraced the White House.

Business

Watermark Conference For Women In San Jose Comes Amid #MeToo MovementMore than 6,500 women came together at the San Jose Convention Center Friday for a day of "leadership, networking, inspiration, professional development and personal growth." amid the #MeToo movement. Mary Lee reports. (2/23/18)
Employee Who Complained Of Bullying Sues Google After Getting FiredAnother former Google employee is suing the tech company over issues of diversity.
Bay Area Firm May Be On Verge Of Peanut Allergy CureAimmune Therapeutics of Brisbane has conducted a study showing its peanut powder could help people with severe peanut allergies. Susie Steimle reports. (2/20/18)

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KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapOvernight headlines, developing stories and a quick recap of sports with Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Andrea Nakano. (2-25-18)
Young Athletes Accuse USA Swimming Coaches Of Sexual HarrassmentYoung athletes of USA swim team claim they were preyed upon by trusted members of their teams. Katie Neilsen tells us one of the accused is from Los Gatos.
Thousands Line Streets For Lunar New Year ParadeHuge crowds turned out for the Lunar New Year Parade in San Francisco. Andria Borba was there.

Technology & Computing

Watermark Conference For Women In San Jose Comes Amid #MeToo MovementMore than 6,500 women came together at the San Jose Convention Center Friday for a day of "leadership, networking, inspiration, professional development and personal growth." amid the #MeToo movement. Mary Lee reports. (2/23/18)
Hundreds of 911 Calls Come from Apple Repair Facility Near SacramentoEmergency call centers in Elk Grove and Sacramento have been getting an increasing number of false alarm calls coming from an Apple facility in the area. Shirin Rajaee reports. (2-22-18)
Student Engineers Talk Rocket Science in Silicon ValleyThe rocket scientists of tomorrow were hard at work in the Bay Area Thursday. KPIX 5's Mary Lee was at Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale where local middle-schoolers visited as part of National Engineers Week. (2-22-18)

Consumer News

Feds Target Cannabis Chemical CBD Despite Proven Medical BenefitThe DEA asserts all cannabis extracts - including CBD - are controlled substances and illicit. Parents of children who benefit from the drug, like Zachary hope a lawsuit filed in an SF court, will change that.
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)

Crime

Young Athletes Accuse USA Swimming Coaches Of Sexual HarrassmentYoung athletes of USA swim team claim they were preyed upon by trusted members of their teams. Katie Neilsen tells us one of the accused is from Los Gatos.
Neighborhood Violence So Bad SF's Haight Residents Afraid To Go OutsideThe recent escalation of violence in San Francisco's Haight has neighbors afraid to leave their homes. Jackie Ward attended an emergency public meeting and reports there are no easy solutions.
Abandoned, Blighted Oakland Library Used by Squatters BurnsAn abandoned East Oakland building went up in flames for the third time in a year. It had long been used by squatters and neighbors said it was bound to happen. Christin Ayers reports. (2-23-18)

KPIXTV

Talking Politics: Dem Disarray / Trump v. CaliforniaDelegates at the state Democratic Party convention failed to endorse a candidate for U.S. Senate or governor; also, Pres. Trump suggested he might pull federal immigration and border patrol officers out of California. Discussing these issues are KPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen, with former S.F. mayor Willie Brown. (2-25-18)
At Issue: Tony Mendoza's FutureState senator Tony Mendoza abruptly resigned last week before his colleagues had the chance to expel him over sexual misconduct allegations. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and state senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) discuss the issue. (2-25-18)
At Issue: Close Calls at AirportsCongressman Mark DeSaulnier is calling for an investigation into airline close-calls at airports around the country. Also, he discusses a recently-released Democratic memo rebutting the so-called Nunes memo, both of which deal with FBI investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential race. (2-25-18)

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