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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)
Basketball Helps Bay Area Man, Left Paraplegic in Brutal Robbery, Rebuild His LifeShot, robbed and left for dead -- all for $20 and a fake gold chain. It happened to Arthur Renowitzky ten years ago and the case is still unsolved. Maria Medina talks with Arthur who battled back from depression to find a new purpose. (11-17-17)
Deadly Friday Evening Crash on Hwy 101 in S.F. Snarls Traffic for HoursA fatal accident on southbound Highway 101 before Caesar Chavez Street involving a dump truck and a Muni bus has blocked lanes of traffic for hours Friday evening. Sharon Chin reports. (11-17-17)
Oakland Shelter Gives Refuge to Young Women Escaping Sex TraffickingClaire's House will soon take in girls who have fallen victim to human trafficking. Christin Ayers reports. (11-17-17)
Apple Opens New Visitor Center in Cupertino Next to 'Spaceship' CampusThe new visitor center is like an Apple Store on steroids -- it features a showroom, a cafe similar to the ones used by employees at nearby Apple Park and an interactive, 3-D scale model of the new "spaceship" campus. Devin Fehely reports. (11-17-17)
Holiday Season Begins with Embarcadero Lights, Macy's WindowsPaul Deanno counts down to the lighting of the Embarcadero buildings and fireworks show followed by a look at the adorable -- adoptable --puppies and kittens on display in the Macy's window in downtown San Francisco. (11-17-17)

Health & Fitness

Bay Area Firm Targets Food Allergies By Introducing Allergens To InfantsA new approach to protecting children from developing food allergies involves introducing infants to the most common substances that can cause life-threatening reactions. Betty Yu reports. (11/8/17)
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)
Researchers Investigate Cannabis Compounds to Treat DementiaSome people are turning to cannabis to treat dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The drug is untested but some children and their aging parents tell KPIX 5's Betty Yu pot is a game-changer. (11-3-17)

News

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)
Basketball Helps Bay Area Man, Left Paraplegic in Brutal Robbery, Rebuild His LifeShot, robbed and left for dead -- all for $20 and a fake gold chain. It happened to Arthur Renowitzky ten years ago and the case is still unsolved. Maria Medina talks with Arthur who battled back from depression to find a new purpose. (11-17-17)
Deadly Friday Evening Crash on Hwy 101 in S.F. Snarls Traffic for HoursA fatal accident on southbound Highway 101 before Caesar Chavez Street involving a dump truck and a Muni bus has blocked lanes of traffic for hours Friday evening. Sharon Chin reports. (11-17-17)

Technology & Computing

Apple Opens New Visitor Center in Cupertino Next to 'Spaceship' CampusThe new visitor center is like an Apple Store on steroids -- it features a showroom, a cafe similar to the ones used by employees at nearby Apple Park and an interactive, 3-D scale model of the new "spaceship" campus. Devin Fehely reports. (11-17-17)
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)
Raw Video: Tesla Unveils Electric Semi Tractor-Trailer TruckTesla unveiled its new electric semi tractor-trailer Thursday night near its design center in Hawthorne, California. (Tesla video via YouTube)

General

Covered California Wants Everyone To Know Open Enrollment Has BegunUnlike the federal government, California wants you to know that Covered California open enrollment has begun and rates remain affordable. Allen Martin reports. (11/1/17)
All Santa Rosa Public Schools Sustained Fire-Related DamageIn the wake of the wildfires, every public school in Santa Rosa requires decontamination and repairs. Emily Turner reports. (10/23/17)
Am. Academy Of Pediatrics Releases Guidelines For Teens Who Want TattoosFor the first time the American Academy Of Pediatrics released recommendations for teens who want to get tattoos. Chris Martinez reports.

Men's Health

Bay Area DJ Survives Heart Attack with Stranger's HelpPaul Tonelli, host of the popular Lamont & Tonelli Show on 107.7 The Bone, owes his life to a CPR-trained, quick-acting woman at his gym.. Da Lin reports. (6-22-17)
Boosting The Male Biological ClockBay Sunday welcomes fertility expert Stephen Bollinger who shares his “guy’s guide to boosting the male biological clock” for men grappling with infertility.
Beloved KPIX Sports Anchor Wayne Walker RememberedWayne Walker was one of the most popular people in the history of television in the Bay Area. On Friday, Walker died from complications of a disease linked to the game he played and loved. (5-19-17)

Sexuality

Journalist, Filmmaker, Author Clay Cane Talks About New Book, 'Live Through This'Journalist, filmmaker and author Clay Cane talks to BR host Christin Ayers about his new book, 'Live through This, Surviving the Intersections of Sexuality, God and Race.'
Online STD Testing Service Fills Need In Age Of Dating AppsA California firm is offering a testing service for sexually-transmitted diseases that can be ordered online and done in the privacy of one's home. Betty Yu reports. (5-18-17)
Child Sex Trafficking: How To Fight It, How To Stop ItThousands of victims across the U.S. are lured into sex trafficking. Many of them children. Christin Ayers looks at the tactics pimps use to take them away, and what's being done to stop them.

Women's Health

Machine Lets Patients Control Pressure, Ease Pain During MammogramsKPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich looks at a new way for women to get a less-painful mammogram. (10-27-17)
Trump Expands Birth Control Opt-Out for Workplace InsurancePres. Trump is allowing more employers to opt out of providing no-cost birth control to women by claiming religious or moral objections, issuing new rules Friday that take another step in rolling back the Obama health care law. Weijia Jiang reports. (10-6-17)
Rape Kit Bill Advances in LegislatureAfter 3 tries, a bill to require local governments to report the number of untested rape kits is one vote away from passing. Melissa Caen reports. (9-1-17)

Local News

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)
Deadly Friday Evening Crash on Hwy 101 in S.F. Snarls Traffic for HoursA fatal accident on southbound Highway 101 before Caesar Chavez Street involving a dump truck and a Muni bus has blocked lanes of traffic for hours Friday evening. Sharon Chin reports. (11-17-17)
Oakland Shelter Gives Refuge to Young Women Escaping Sex TraffickingClaire's House will soon take in girls who have fallen victim to human trafficking. Christin Ayers reports. (11-17-17)

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