A national Christmas tree shortage means real trees are going to cost consumers more this year. Susie Steimle reports. (11-29-19)

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Yule Pay More: Shortage Drives Up Christmas Tree PricesA national Christmas tree shortage means real trees are going to cost consumers more this year. Susie Steimle reports. (11-29-19)
Cold Snap Spells Profits for Firewood SuppliersWith PG&E blackouts and now an extended cold front descending on the region, sale of firewood is booming in the North Bay. Wilson Walker reports. (11-29-19)
Vape Shops Feel the Heat from Rise in Vaping-Related IllnessesHaight Street is home to many vape shops that say they are seeing sales drop significantly amid confusion and concern over vaping-related deaths and illnesses. Betty Yu reports. (11-15-19)
Paradise Ridge Winery Rebounds from Devastating WildfireTwo years ago, Paradise Ridge Winery was a total loss, victim of the North Bay wildfires. Today there are signs of health all around the property and not just in the vineyards. Betty Yu reports. (11-7-19)
East Bay Small Businesses Hit Hard by Power ShutdownThe planned power outage forced many small businesses to close their doors for up to two days. Da Lin reports from Moraga. (10-11-19)
Large East Bay Power Outage Forces Closure Of BART Station, Some BusinessesA PG&E equipment failure left thousands of East Bay residents without power Sunday. The outage affected businesses and forced the closure of the Downtown Berkeley BART station.Devin Fehely reports. (9-29-2019)
Popular, Long-Lived Deli Set to Close in Redwood CityWoodside Deli has been serving up subs for 61 years and is still bustling today. Now it has become the latest casualty of a ballooning Bay Area problem. Anne Makovec reports. (9-26-19)
Sunday ToPIX: Bay Area Housing / Gig EconomyKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with Carl Guardino, president and CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group. (9-22-19)
Taxi Drivers Worry AB 5 Could Hurt Way Cab Companies OperateCab drivers in the South Bay are fighting AB-5, the new California law designed to help gig workers by reclassifying them from contractors to company employees. Len Ramirez reports. (9-19-19)
S.F. Bar Owner Shuts Down Business, Blames Street People, CrimeAs Pres Trump calls out San Francisco for its troubled streets, one native of the city says he's shutting down his bar due to rampant drug-dealing outside his door. Melissa Caen reports. (9-19-19)
Commercial Salmon Season Shaping Up as Best in YearsLarry Collins, a wholesale salmon buyer at San Francisco's Pier 45, says this year is special. Don Ford reports. (8-30-19)
San Jose Business Boycotted After Owner Paints Over MuralResidents in San Jose are boycotting a dental business after a mural depicting important Chicano history was painted over. Len Ramirez reports. (8-29-19)
At Issue: PG&E / Gig EconomyKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with California state senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) about PG&E's ability to meet future demand; Seg. 2: addressing the needs of part-time and contract workers. (8-18-19)
Bay Area Bakery Chain Set to Close at End of AugustFor fans of the Prolific Oven’s chocolate cakes and other decadent desserts, the news was bittersweet: the beloved bakery chain is closing its doors. Devin Fehely reports. (8-16-19)
S.F. Taxi Drivers Receive Letters Demanding Full Payment for Medallion LoansIn the long, dark saga that is the meltdown of the San Francisco taxi industry, a letter received by a number of drivers is a new source of angst. Wilson Walker reports. (7-26-19)
Old, Rusting Ferry Blocks Commercial Boater from Exiting Vallejo MarinaCommercial fisherman Doug Wagoner thought he'd prepared for his retirement then found out that the city of Vallejo is literally blocking his plan. There's an old steam ferry troop ship keeping him stuck in the marina. KPIX 5's John Ramos explains. (7-18-19)
Tsugaru Joins Lengthening List of San Jose Japantown Business ClosuresAfter nearly 50 years in business, the restaurant Tsugaru will shutter and join a small but growing list of decades-old businesses that have shut down in the small, quaint Japantown area of San Jose. Maria Medina reports. (7-12-19)
SFO-Bound Ride-Hailing Drivers Jam Millbrae, Burlingame StreetsThe mayors of Millbrae and Burlingame called an ongoing traffic jam near San Francisco International Airport "unacceptable" in a letter to Uber and Lyft Friday and requested a meeting with the companies to resolve the issue. Maria Medina reports. (6-28-19)
Battle Brews Over Orchard Land in Silicon ValleyA battle is brewing over one of the last orchards in Silicon Valley. The city of Sunnyvale wants the land to expand a museum but it would force the removal of apricot trees. Len Ramirez reports. (6-13-19)
Fresno Challenges Gilroy for Garlic Capital TitleA good-natured battle is brewing between Gilroy and Fresno over which California city deserves the title "Garlic Capital." Len Ramirez reports. (5-24-19)
Russian River, Still Running High, Slows Start of Summer SeasonVisitors to the Russian River may be out of luck this weekend: the water is running so high some beaches had to be closed. Wilson Walker reports. (5-24-19)
Unseasonable Rain Threatens Chardonnay Grape Yield in Wine CountryIt's a delicate time for flowering Chardonnay vines and a heavy rainfall can interfere with their pollination. Wilson Walker reports. (5-17-19)
Gilroy Garlic Growers Cheer Tariffs on ChinaBay Area garlic producers have a different take on the tariffs against China compared to most American farmers -- they say President Trump's latest move will help them. Len Ramirez reports. (5-17-19)
Sonoma Wine Producers Commit to Sustainable ProductionSonoma County has some of the most prized wine-growing areas in the world. As Betty Yu reports, winemakers there are ditching decades-old practices for new, sustainable ways to produce those famous bottles of wine. (5-9-19)

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