ConsumerWatch: Apparel Options Expand For Expecting MomsJulie Watts on the growing number of clothing options for pregnant women. (10-23-15)
Does Amazon's New One-Hour Delivery Service Deliver?Amazon is expanding its fast delivery service to the San Francisco Bay Area and San Antonio, Texas. Prime Now promises one hour delivery for $7.99and two-hour deliveries for free. Avid on-line shopper Julie Watts puts it to the test.
Isla's Birthday GiftVinnie talks about the birthday gift he's most excited to give his daughter. (10/19/2015)
Students Rising Above: Tanesha Walker Graduates From UCLA With A Grandmother's Love And HelpTanesha Walker graduated from UCLA with a degree in African American studies this year and she shares that achievement with her grandmother, Mae Ella Walker, who raised her. Wendy Tokuda reports. (10-9-15)
Parents Of Troubled Mount Diablo Elementary School 3rd Grader SpeakEarlier this week, KPX 5's Da Lin reported that many parents in Clayton were keeping their kids home because one third-grader was bullying the kids -- even beating them up. After that report the parents of that third-grader called Da to say, yes, their child has problems but there's more to the story. (10-9-15)
Students Rising Above: Melissa LewellingGrowing up poor and being the first in your family to go to college is more of a challenge than you might imagine. Two-thirds of such students end up leaving school. In this segment of Students Rising Above, Wendy Tokuda tells about Melissa Lewelling, who not only stayed in school but did so while caring for her dying mother. (10-2-15)
'Birth Tourism' Booming In Bay Area Despite Fed CrackdownA controversial underground industry known as birth tourism is booming in the Bay Area. Betty Yu reports. (9-25-15)
Oakland Landlord Accused Of Violence Trying To Evict FamilyNeighbors are rallying around an East Bay family being threatened with eviction and the landlord is being accused of slamming a metal door into a young child's head. Da Lin reports. (9-18-15)
Sunnyvale Family Says They Sued Neighbor Over Autistic Boy After AttacksIn one of the strangest lawsuits in recent memory a South Bay family is suing their neighbors -- they want an autistic boy declared a public nuisance. Devin Fehely reports. (9-18-15)
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)
Most Fast Food Chains Flunk Antibiotic TestA new report finds 20 of the nations 25 largest fast food chains are serving up meat and poultry that is likely laced with antibiotics.
Isla's Fashion SenseVinnie says that his daughter has an affinity for dresses and having her toes painted at almost two-years-old. She knows what she likes. (09/09/2015)
Vallejo 7-Year-Old Shot, Paralyzed In April Returns to Football As CoachGunfire forever changed the life of Kumar Polk. But his story and involvement in football didn't end there. Da Lin reports on Kumar's new role coaching the Vallejo Junior Jaguars. (8-4-15)
Sarah's Marissa Mayer VoiceMarissa Mayer announced she's pregnant with twins, which allowed Sarah to show off her spot-on Marissa Mayer impersonation. (09/01/2015)
Bill Bellamy And BulliesBill Bellamy talks about his kids, no-bully zones in schools, and his own experience dealing with a bully when he was in school. (08/28/2015)
K.O. Movie Review: "No Escape"The K.O. Movie team of Hooman Khalili & Marcus Osborne review "No Escape", starring Owen Wilson, Lake Bell, and Pierce Brosnan. (08/27/2015)
Girl From San Francisco Sets Fly-Casting RecordAt the U.S. National Casting Championships in Long Beach earlier this month, Maxine McCormick, 11, of San Francisco bested the all-time highest score for women of all ages. Vern Glenn reports. (8-22-15)
Pottery Barn Kids Criticized For No-Exception Policy On Gender Biased Back PacksPottery Barn Kids was criticized for gender biased backpacks after the company refused to allow a “boy” patch on a “girl” backpack. Julie Watts reports on the ConsumerWatch. (8/18/15)
Newsmaker Interview: Heather Saunders Estes with Planned ParenthoodA pro-life group's release of undercover videos has inflamed a new debate over the use of donated tissue from aborted fetuses for research and the role of Planned Parenthood in facilitating those donations. Phil Matier talks with the CEO of Planned Parenthood in Northern California, Heather Saunders Estes. (8-9-15)
An Ugly DivorceVinnie tells about a woman who is divorcing her husband because he's too ugly! (08/04/2015)
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Announces Wife Is Pregnant And Reveals Previous MiscarriagesThe co-founder of the world’s largest social network used a Facebook post Friday to announce that his wife Priscilla Chan is pregnant with a healthy baby daughter. Betty Yu reports. (7-31-15)
Parents Bribe Their ChildrenVinnie reports that parents bribe their kids for everything from potty-training to getting good grades. (07/28/2015)
Surprise! Ultrasound Reveals Identical Triplets For Oakland CoupleMiguel Cendejas and Antony Guzman thought they were getting twins when their doctor read an ultrasound and said "Wait, there's more!" The identical girl triplets have since been arrived are doing fine. Their names: Sammie, Stella and Scarlett. (7-17-15)
Parents Cell Phone Use May Be Harmful to Their Kid's Mental HealthCalling all parents: New research indicates your cell phone use could be having a negative impact on your child. Julie Watts reports 7/13/15

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