General

Royal Wedding Baker Hails From Marin CountyKensington Palace announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided their royal wedding cake will be made by pastry chef Claire Ptak from Marin County.
Tap Into Your Inner GeniusLife coach and former educator Nancy Marmolejo explains to Michelle Griego why she believes there is a genius inside all of us.
Living A Spiritual Life In A Material WorldAnna Gatmon, author of 'Living a Spiritual Life in a Material World' shares the four keys to fulfillment and balance with Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego.

Marriage

Royal Wedding Baker Hails From Marin CountyKensington Palace announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided their royal wedding cake will be made by pastry chef Claire Ptak from Marin County.
Pilot Personally Delivers Lost Engagement Ring To United PassengerA San Francisco woman is thanking a United Airlines pilot for returning some small but precious cargo - her engagement ring.
ConsumerWatch: Wine Country Wildfires Take Toll on Wedding IndustryConsumer reporter Julie Watts looks at how couples who planned to get married in Wine Country are recovering from the recent wildfires. (11-23-17)

Food & Drink

China Tariffs Threaten California Wine IndustryIn response to Pres. Trump’s new tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum, China is now threatening to increase tariffs on certain U.S. imports, including a 15 percent tax on wine. Melissa Caen reports. (3-29-18)
Coffee Needs Cancer Warnings In California, Judge RulesA judge ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry an ominous cancer warning label because of a chemical produced in the roasting process. Kiet Do reports. (3/29/18)
Bay Area Baker Chosen To Make Royal Wedding CakePrince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen pastry chef Claire Ptak, an organic baker from Marin County, to bake their wedding cake. John Ramos reports. (3/20/18)

News

Marijuana Banks Proposed By California State SenatorCalifornia state Sen. Scott Wiener is co-sponsoring a bill to allow creation of privately-funded banks to work with the cannabis industry. Susie Steimle reports. (4/19/18)
Activists Rally to Establish Camp for Homeless SJSU StudentsStudent homelessness was the focus of a Thursday rally by the newly-formed Student Homeless Alliance. Len Ramirez reports. (4-19-18)
Marijuana Convictions Being Overturned in Parts of CaliforniaAlameda, San Francisco and, now, Santa Clara counties are reviewing old convictions for marijuana, some back to 1975. Kiet Do reports. (4-19-18)

General

Royal Wedding Baker Hails From Marin CountyKensington Palace announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided their royal wedding cake will be made by pastry chef Claire Ptak from Marin County.
Wine Country Weddings See Massive Downturn After North Bay WildfiresWedding planners in the North Bay say their businesses are taking a huge hit following the wildfires. Emily Turner reports. (2/20/18)
Four Barrel Coffee Renamed The Tide Amid Sexual Misconduct ScandalFollowing a sexual misconduct scandal, Four Barrel Coffee has been renamed and is transitioning to 100% employee-owned. (1/8/18)

General

Woman Raped, Beaten After Getting Into Car That Wasn't Her RideshareKPIX 5 News @ 5 p.m.A night out at a San Francisco bar took a dangerous turn for a woman trying to get home. Susie Steimle tells us she got into a car she thought was her rideshare, and was raped.
Drive-By Shooting Shuts Down I-580 In RichmondAll lanes of eastbound Interstate 580 in Richmond have reopened after a, officer witnessed a drive-by shooting Saturday evening. Katie Neilsen tells us authorities don't believe the officer was the target.
Neighbors Spot Gator Strolling, Swimming At Camden LakePark officials have shut down an entire lake after neighbors spotted an alligator taking a swim and a leisurely stroll.

International News

Scientists Discover Enzyme That Breaks Down Plastics Pollution In OceanA small enzyme could be the solution to plastic pollution, one of the planet’s biggest environmental problems. Mary Lee tells more about what they have come up with.
At Issue: Immigration PolicyKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses immigration enforcement with UC Hastings law professor Hadar Aviram. (4-15-18)
Team Coverage: U.S. and Allies Strike Syria with Missile BarrageThe United States, France and Britain launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent chemical attack against civilians. Reports from KPIX 5's Susie Steimle and CBS correspondent Seth Doane in Syria. (4-13-18)

Local News

Marijuana Banks Proposed By California State SenatorCalifornia state Sen. Scott Wiener is co-sponsoring a bill to allow creation of privately-funded banks to work with the cannabis industry. Susie Steimle reports. (4/19/18)
Activists Rally to Establish Camp for Homeless SJSU StudentsStudent homelessness was the focus of a Thursday rally by the newly-formed Student Homeless Alliance. Len Ramirez reports. (4-19-18)
Marijuana Convictions Being Overturned in Parts of CaliforniaAlameda, San Francisco and, now, Santa Clara counties are reviewing old convictions for marijuana, some back to 1975. Kiet Do reports. (4-19-18)

National News

FAA Orders Fan Blade Inspections After Fatal Southwest Jet Engine ExplosionU.S. airline regulators have ordered inspections on engine fan blades like the one that snapped off a Southwest Airlines plane, leading to the death of a woman who was partially blown out a window. (4/18/18)
Immigration Crackdown Has Support In California, UC Survey ShowsUC researchers found that over half of Californians support President Trump's Muslim travel ban and favor deporting undocumented immigrants. Phil Matier reports. (4/18/18)
Wells Fargo Executive Killed When Southwest Jet Engine Fails In FlightA Wells Fargo Bank executive was killed from injuries suffered when an engine on a Southwest Airlines jet had a major in-flight failure Tuesday, sending debris through her window on the plane. Andria Borba reports. (4/17/18)

KPIXTV

Marijuana Convictions Being Overturned in Parts of CaliforniaAlameda, San Francisco and, now, Santa Clara counties are reviewing old convictions for marijuana, some back to 1975. Kiet Do reports. (4-19-18)
Unique Oakland Backyard Cabin Made Of 3-D Printed TilesTucked away in an Oakland backyard may be one of the most unique cabins in all of the Bay Area. Mary Lee reports. (4/15/18)
Homeless Camp Cleared in Santa Rosa for Housing DevelopmentOn Thursday, dozens had to pack up and leave a homeless camp in in the Roseland Village area of Santa Rosa. As KPIX 5's Katie Nielsen reports, the land will eventually be used for housing. (4-19-18)

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