Jessica Price, owner of 'Right At Home' talks to Bay Area Focus about ways to help deal with aging loved ones and help them live independently, in their own homes.
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'Right At Home' Helps Seniors Live IndependentlyJessica Price, owner of 'Right At Home' talks to Bay Area Focus about ways to help deal with aging loved ones and help them live independently, in their own homes.
Bay Area High School Is Helping Students Ditch Cellphones In The ClassroomA high school in San Anselmo has students parking their cellphones upon entering the classroom. John Ramos reports. (4/24/18)
CA Considers Ban On Minors Playing Tackle FootballCalifornia lawmakers are considering a bill to ban minors from playing tackle football before high school.
New Bill Aims To Make It Easier For Breastfeeding Moms At WorkBreastfeeding in the workplace could soon get a lot easier and a lot more comfortable. Susie Steimle tells us about a bill that, if passed, would do just that.
Marin Mom Part Of Growing Number Of Parents Who Smoke MarijuanaA new study says one in five parents smoke marijuana. Betty Yu met a mom in Marin County who does just that. In fact, she feels smoking pot makes her a better parent.
Author Dr. Anne Schiebert Talks About Her Book 'Let's Make A Contract'Author Dr. Anne Schiebert talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about her book, 'Let's Make A Contract - Getting Your Teen Through High School and Beyond.'
DNNC Steps To Success Is Helping Single Moms SucceedDelane Sims and Myeshia Jefferson of DNNC Steps to Success tells us how their program is helping single moms get back on their feet using their own two hands.
UN Chief Surprises His American Mom On Her 100th BirthdayA Novato woman who turned 100-years-old got an unexpected birthday surprise: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Jackie Ward was at the emotional reunion.
Must-Haves For Moms-To-BeParenting expert Brandi Jeter Riley shares latest must-haves for moms-to-be with Roberta Gonzales on Bay Sunday.
Americans Adopt Fewer Children From OverseasNovember is National Adoption Month but, these days, Americans are adopting fewer children from overseas. In fact, the numbers are down by 75 percent over the past decade. Sharon Chin reports. (11-25-16)
Girl Gives Her Meal to Homeless Man, Inspiring MillionsA South Bay dad let his daughter take her untouched meal from the restaurant table where they were dining and give it to a homeless man she saw outside, posting video of the incident to Facebook. Millions of views, re-posts and comments later, that simple act of kindness has expanded across the globe. Julie Watts talks with young Ella Scott and her proud father. (9-25-16)
Bay Area's Allen Quadruplets Turn 10It's been 10 years since the Allen quadruplets entered this world on Mother’s Day, 2006. Anne Makovec went to see them at their birthday celebration.
Weekend ConsumerWatch RoundupLooking for something a bit more personal than flowers and a card this Mothers Day? Julie Watts talked with Andrea Woroch who has some suggestions. (5-7-16)
Shopping With IslaVinnie talks briefly about his trip to Whole Foods with his 2-year-old daughter. (01/04/2016)
Warning: Don't Use A Car Seat As A Stroller SeatSeveral studies and consumer protection agencies are warning parents not to let their children sleep in a car seat outside of the car. ConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts reports it could be dangerous or even deadly.
Vinnie's Daughter And DogVinnie got a tip from a friend on how to solve the problem between his dog and his daughter and it seems to be working! (09/18/2015)
Parents Bribe Their ChildrenVinnie reports that parents bribe their kids for everything from potty-training to getting good grades. (07/28/2015)
KPIX Anchors Michelle Griego, Elizabeth Wenger Give Birth on Consecutive DaysMichelle Griego and Elizabeth Wenger work the early morning newscast in the same studio at KPIX 5 and this week both gave birth to babies in the same hospital. Frank Mallicoat reports. (7-3-15)