Sen. Kamala Harris Joins Live Podcast 'Pod Save America' In SFJust down the street from the smash hit play Hamilton, was the second hottest ticket in town. Not a musical, not a play, but a podcast. Andria Borba tells us, it starred Senator Kamala Harris.
California's Rainy Winter Likely To Give Mosquito Populations A BoostAfter years of drought the mosquito population is poised to make a comeback, and with a vengeance. Devin Fehely reports. (4/19/17)
Easterseals Bay Area Celebrates 90th Anniversary At Spring Gala FundraiserEasterseals senior executive Darrell Byers talks to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about the organization's work helping autism patients, the 90th anniversary, and the upcoming Spring Gala Fundraiser with Janelle Monae.
Get Into Gear With Coolest Cycling Accessories This SpringRob Reedy of Echos Communications shares some of the coolest cycling accessories and gear you'll need for the road with Bay Sunday host (and avid biker) Kenny Choi.
Kevin Hart In SF For Health FairComedian Kevin Hart was in San Francisco to motivate people to get healthy. Betty Yu was there.
Funny Guy Kevin Hart In SF For Health FairComedian Kevin Hart was in San Francisco to motivate people to get healthy.
New Breakthrough For Sufferers Of Diabetic Macular Edema Will Save SightDr. Ali Zaidi and his patient talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about a new breakthrough for patients suffering with diabetic macular edema.
California Cell Phone Radiation Documents ReleasedThe California Department of Public Health released documents about cell phone radiation exposure. Julie Watts reports. (3/3/17)
Dublin Student Confimed Sick With Norovirus, Dozens More Are Home SickDozens of East Bay elementary school students are home sick. The possible cause: Norovirus. Joe Vazquez reports. (3/14/17)
Changes To Health Care Law Could Cause California Woman Her LifeFor one Northern California woman, changes to the health care law could mean the difference between life and death. John Ramos reports. (3/7/17)
Dr. Mark Schrumpf Explains Shoulder Saving 3-D TechniqueDr. Mark Schrumph of the SF Shoulder Elbow & Hand Clinic talks about his new shoulder-saving 3-D technique, along with recovering patient Mary McSweeney.
DNA Research Show Modern Humans Benefit From Neanderthal DNARecent DNA studies indicate that sexual encounters between Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens may have shaped modern man's health and well-being for generations to come. Allen Martin reports. (2/23/17)
Doctor's Antidote For Death Cap Mushrooms Saves Dozens Of LivesDevin Fehley reports on doctor's successful trial of death cap mushroom treatment (2-16-2017)
Aliza Sutker Demonstrates MELT -- The Art Of Self CareMELT Method instructor Aliza Sutker talks with Kenny Choi and demonstrates this innovative way to exercise away your pain.
Trump's Renewed Promise To Repeal Obamacare Has Californians WorriedPresident-elect Donald Trump repeated his promise to repeal Obamacare. And some California officials and residents are worried. Phil Matier reports. (1/11/17)
Alameda County Official Attributes High Lead Levels To Paint On HousesJessica Flores reports on concerns raised after report reveals high led contamination among Oakland children (12-29-2016)
Children In Oakland's Fruitvale District Endure Alarming Lead LevelsMore children are dealing with lead exposure in Oakland's Fruitvale District than in Flint, Michigan. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12/28/16)
North Bay Father, Son With Special CPR Story, Riding In Rose ParadeA North Bay teenager and his father are traveling to Pasadena to be in the Rose Parade on a special float for young heroes and the loved ones whose lives they saved. Sharon Chin explains.
Family House Provides Temporary Housing To Families With Children Undergoing Cancer TreatmentBay Sunday host Kenny Choi welcomes CEO Alexandra Morgan of Family House, a non-profit that provides temporary housing to children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses and their families.
Toxic Receipts End Up In The Hands Of Unwitting ShoppersThe store clerk hands them to you all the time, but paper receipts pose a potential health hazard. Julie Watts reports. (122/7/16)
Counterfeit Opioid Pills Fooling Experts, Killing UsersA growing number of drugs sold on the street or online contain dangerous opioids created in a lab. Allen Martin shows us even the experts can't tell the difference and the consequences are deadly.
Bay Sunday - Karen Wiener Talks About High-Tech eBikesBay Sunday's Kenny Choi welcomes Karen Wiener of The New Wheel who shows us the latest in high-tech cycling to make it to the US from Europe -- eBikes.
Bay Sunday - Dr. David Kayne Raising Awareness For National Diabetes MonthBay Sunday host Kenny Choi welcomes Dr. David Kayne from 'Lean For Life by Lindora,' who shares health tips about diabetes prevention and healthy lifestyle choices during National Diabetes Month.
One Pill To Rule Them All - Startup Uses 3-D Printing For Custom Vitamin SupplementsTaking a fistful of vitamin pills every day can be daunting. Juliette Goodrich gets a look inside a Bay Area startup that wants to create a single capsule tailored to each individual. (11-6-16)