Fishermen Give Thumbs-Up to First Catch as Commercial Crab Harvest Begins
Just in time for Thanksgiving, commercial Dungeness crab season began Thursday and San Francisco fishermen are pleased with what they've seen so far. Don Ford reports. (11-15-18)

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Owner of Stinson Beach Eatery Sacrifices to Stay Open Despite ShutdownDigging into her own pocket, the owner of a Bay Area beachside cafe goes to great lengths to keep customers coming during the government shutdown. Don Ford reports from Stinson Beach. (1-11-19)
Partial Government Shutdown Hits Small Business OwnersAs the partial government shutdown continues, local restaurants that cater to federal workers are feeling the impact. KPIX 5's Da Lin found out some owners are cutting business hours and sending employees home. (12-28-18)
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Free Trial ScamsYou've seen them online -- ads featuring too-good-to-be-true claims to help you lose weight, combat wrinkles or whiten teeth. As Lori Wilson with the Better Business Bureau tells Julie Watts, these are often fraudulent operations. (12-15-18)
Huge Rent Hike May Force Popular Piedmont Gas Station to CloseA popular neighborhood gas station in the East Bay is in jeopardy: the operator tells KPIX 5's Don Ford that his landlord decided to double his rent starting next year. (12-14-18)
Pot Dealer Who Once Served Time Opens Legal Cannabis Shop in OaklandA special program in Oakland is giving people -- even those with criminal convictions -- a chance to work in a business they never thought possible. Meet Mr. Blunt -- yes, that's his real name. Christin Ayers reports. (11-30-18)
Fresh, Green Christmas Trees Carry a Steep Price Tag at Bay Area LotsFriday's wet, dreary conditions and slippery roads were not optimal for holiday shopping -- especially on tree farms. So KPIX 5's Don Ford wanted to find out if the weather kept people away. (11-23-18)

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