Health & Fitness

Bay Area Woman Reunites With Blood Donors Who Saved Her LifeA Bay Area woman who nearly died while giving birth, met the strangers who saved her life at a unique reunion with her blood donors on Saturday. As Maria Medina reports, emotions ran high.
'Gag Clause' Keeping Pharmacies From Revealing Lower-Cost Drug OptionsObscure rules that cost patients money when they're buying prescription drugs have been a pharmaceutical industry standard for years, and now a bill in the state Assembly is targeting the practice.
Activists Fight To Keep Abortion Pill Off SJSU CampusA controversial bill that will require college campuses to offer students the abortion pill could soon become law in California. Maria Medina talked to a group of San Jose State University students that’s saying ‘not on my campus.’


Moet Chandon Champagne Specialist Cameron GeorgeMoet Chandon Champagne specialist Cameron George shows us how to open, pour and enjoy a glass of bubbly, just in time for Valentine's Day.
George Cole Performs L-O-V-EGeorge Cole performs L-O-V-E for host Michelle Griego. It's a sneak peak at his Valentine's Day performance with the George Cole Trio at Feinstein's at the Nikko in San Francisco..
Isabella Price, Author Of 'Goddess Power, Awakening The Wisdom Of The Divine Feminine In Your Life'Isabella Price talks about her new book, 'Goddess Power, Awakening The Wisdom Of The Divine Feminine In Your Life.'

Local Community

Heated Showdown Outside Oakland Cafe That Refuses to Serve CopsAn Oakland business that says it's trying to keep the peace by keeping out police was anything but peaceful for a time on Sunday. Kiet Do reports. (3-18-18)
Final Rounds: CBS Bay Area Spelling BeeThe final rounds featured a thrilling showdown between two San Jose students to determine who would win the 2018 CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee. (3-17-18)
Round 5: CBS Bay Area Spelling BeeRound 5 action in the 2018 CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee at the KPIX studios in San Francisco, March 17, 2018.

Technology & Computing

Trump-linked Data Analysis Firm Taps 50 Million Facebook ProfilesFacebook is under fire again. A data analysis firm employed by President Trump's 2016 campaign tapped the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission. Wendy Gillette reports. (3-18-18)
Traditional Board Games Get A High-Tech Spin With PlayTablePlayTable breathes new life into old board games. Mary Lee reports. (3/14/18)
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Faces Federal Fraud ChargesTheranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, who promised to revolutionize blood testing, has been charged by the SEC with a "massive fraud" involving more than $700 million. Devin Fehely reports. (3/14/18)


Bill Would Ban Youth Tackle Football in CaliforniaTwo California lawmakers want to outlaw tackle football leagues until teenagers reach high school. Marc Thompson reports from Sacramento. (2-9-18)
Mr Involvement Trains for NFL DraftKPIX 5 sports anchor Vern Glenn got a taste of what it takes to get in shape for the NFL, with a lot of help from Stanford linebacker Peter Kalambayi. (2-9-18)
Electric Bike-Sharing Program Gets Rolling in San FranciscoLocal bicycle sharing services are pretty much all the same -- until now. Susie Steimle gets a look at a brand new one in San Francisco that requires much less pedal power. (1-25-18)


KCI Makerspace Kids Tech CampKCI Makerspace tech camp is not your typical experience. Liz Sylvan, Maker-In-Residence at the Krouse Center for Innovation at Foothill College explains why.
Teens Ditching Facebook For SnapchatNew numbers show Facebook is losing younger users and it's projected to get worse. As Kiet Do reports, Facebook's loss is Snapchat's gain.
24/7 Car Security Camera Could Solve San Francisco's Car Break-In ProblemsCar owners have a new tool to fight car break-ins: the Owl cam. Maria Medina reports. (2/12/18)


Car Crashes Into San Francisco Creek, Occupants Nowhere To Be FoundA car crashed through a fence and into a creek, but there was nobody at the scene when firefighters arrived. (3/19/18)
Two Freeway Shootings On I-580, One In Corte Madera And One In OaklandA road rage shooting on I-580 in Corte Madera was followed by a shooting on I-580 in Oakland Monday evening. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/19/18)
Antioch Gets Grant To Build Desalination PlantCalifornia could be on its way to a having new water desalination plant in the city of Antioch. Wilson Walker tells us about the challenges and what the price tag will be.

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