TSA Increases Air Cargo Screening For Flights From MideastKris Van Cleave reports on TSA authorities increasing cargo screening for flights from certain countries in Mideast (1-22-2018)
Real ID Application Process Opens At DMV OfficesJessica Flores reports on Californians beginning application process to get federally mandated Real ID (1-22-2018
Democrats Agree To Deal Funding Government To End ShutdownMola Lenghi reports on the federal government getting close to reopening after Senate agrees to stopgap bill (1-22-2018)
Do-It-Yourself Retrofit: A Dirty Job That Can Save Your Home, And Big MoneyA DIY seismic retrofit is an ambition project, but the potential savings are huge and cities like San Leandro will help you tackle the job. Wilson Walker joins one homeowner on a quest to save his home, and well over $10,000.
Monday Morning Forecast With Neda IranpourAfter a wet start to Monday, expect conditions to clear over much of the Bay Area by the afternoon commute. Tuesday will be dry, but rain should return by Wednesday afternoon. Neda Iranpour has the forecast. (1/22/18)
Government Shutdown Enters 3rd DayThe work week begins with many federal government agencies closed, as the government shutdown continues into a third day. Sandra Osborne reports. (1/22/18)
'Reducetarians' Carve Meat from Their Diet, Slice by SliceKPIX 5's Andria Borba learned about a new food movement that meat-loving, would-be vegans say is easy to swallow. (1-13-18)
Gilroy Garlic Farm Denies Allegations in Netflix DocumentaryThe food documentary series from Netflix called “Rotten” accuses the nation’s largest garlic producer — Gilroy’s Christopher Ranch — of being involved in a price fixing scheme. Len Ramirez reports. (1-11-18)
Officers Fear Spike in DUI Deaths from Recreational PotThe death of a CHP officer, struck by a suspected drunk and stoned driver on Christmas, calls attention to concerns of law enforcement that recreational marijuana will only add to the highway death toll. Melissa Caen reports. (12-25-17)
Peninsula 'Food Pharmacy' Fights DiabetesIn Redwood City, a doctor writes a prescription for healthy food and the patient walks across the hall to fill it at a "Food Pharmacy" stocked with several days' worth of fresh produce and other nutritious groceries. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
SF Passes Ordinance to Require Stores to Label Meats Raised with AntibioticsOfficials in San Francisco are preparing to enforce a new ordinance that will require city stores that sell raw meat and poultry to label and list any antibiotics used to raise the livestock. Don Ford reports. (10-24-17)
ConsumerWatch: Mac 'n' Cheese DangerA new report raises questions about chemicals found in cheese powder. Consumer reporter Julie Watts explains. (7-14-17)
Aging Bay Area Storm Drains May Become A Drain On Homeowners WalletsConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts explains there is a storm brewing over who is responsible for paying to fix and replace aging storm drain pipes buried under Bay Area neighborhoods.
ConsumerWatch: State Money for Earthquake RetrofitsCalifornia is giving money to people who want to retrofit their homes to make them safer in an earthquake. Julie Watts reports. (1-19-18)
Taking An Ancestry Test Could Make It Harder To Buy Life InsuranceDNA testing kits promise insights into your ancestry, but regulators and consumer advocates warn it may make buying life insurance harder. Julie Watts reports. (1/17/18)