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)
Senator Bernie Sanders In SF Advocating For Prop 61Senator Bernie Sanders was in San Francisco Saturday stumping for Proposition 61, which he says would bring down prescription drug costs. As Maria Medina reports, not everyone agrees.
Breast Cancer Survivors Pushing For CA Pink Plates To Raise AwarenessTwo breast cancer survivors want to raise awareness about the disease 365 days a year in California with specialized pink license plates. But as Juliette Goodrich reports, the DMV needs folks to step up.
Robin Williams' Widow Writes About The Incurable Disease That Made Him Take His LifeA powerful essay from Robin William’s widow sheds light on the painful neurological disorder that made the beloved actor take his own life. Joe Vazquez has more about their heartbreaking story.
No Codeine For Kids, Pediatricians SayDoctors issued a warning against giving codeine to children under 18. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (9/19/16)
Businesswoman's Groupon Leads To Life-Saving Kidney Donor For Her HusbandA simple Groupon offer led a Bay Area businesswoman to a life-saving kidney donor for her husband. Cate Cauguiran explains what the kindness of strangers can do.
Giants Fan Beaten Into Coma Gives Hope To Patients At His Former Rehab CenterAlmost 5 years ago Giants fan Bryan Stow was brutally beaten outside Dodgers Stadium. Maria Medina reports on his return to the rehab center that treated him and his message of hope.
Loved Ones Come Out To Mark 25th Anniversary Of AIDS Memorial In San FranciscoPeople touched by the AIDS epidemic came out to mark the 25th anniversary of the memorial site created in San Francisco. Jackie Ward was there.
Thousands 'Walk To End Alzheimer's' In San FranciscoThousands of people hit the pavement in San Francisco Saturday for the 'Walk To End Alzheimer's.'
Kids Sent Home On First Day Of School Due To New CA Vaccine RequirementScores of California students may be sent home on their first day of school. Maria Medina says it's because of a new vaccine law that took effect this year.
Flossing May Not Be As Good For Teeth As We ThoughtIs flossing the tooth-saver dentists have made it out to be? The research is in. John Ramos reports. (8/2/16)
Popular Tourist Area Off Limits To Pregnant Women After Zika CasesA spate of Zika virus cases in a popular tourist area in Florida prompted a warning from the CDC. Kiet Do reports. (8/1/16)
Sunflower Hill Is Where Kids With Autism Can Grow Up And Lead Independent LivesWhen kids with autism reach adulthood they may have trouble finding a place to live. A group of Bay Area parents is on a mission to give them the help they need.
Discovery Bay Residents Warned To Stay Out Of The Water Due To Algae BloomOfficials warned Discovery Bay residents to stay out of the water. John Ramos tells us it's because of toxic algae bloom and it can make them sick.
8-Year-Old Santa Rosa Chef Wins Trip To Kids' State Dinner With First LadyA special state dinner at the White House will honor a group of young chefs. Joe Vasquez introduces us to a Santa Rosa boy who won a coveted invitation thanks to one of his recipes.
New State Vaccination Law Takes EffectA tough new state law on childhood vaccinations just went into effect. It's aimed at protecting students from dangerous diseases but the new law means parents who are suspicious of vaccines are losing some options. Emily Turner reports. (7-1-16)
E.coli Bacteria In Marin County Creek Sickens 4 ChildrenE.coli bacteria has turned up in a creek that runs through downtown Fairfax. Emily Turner reports 4 children got sick after playing there.
At Issue: Right to Die Law in CaliforniaCalifornia's new law allows some terminally-ill people to hasten their deaths by asking that doctors prescribe lethal drugs. KPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses the issue with Dr. Molly Bourne of Hospice by the Bay. (5-22-16)
New State-Of-The-Art Trauma Center Opens At SF GeneralThe Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center opened on Saturday. Mark Kelly tells us this state-of-the-art facility was funded by Facebook's founder and his wife.
Prince's Death Draws Attention To U.S. Opioid EpidemicPrince's death has shed light on a major problem in the U.S. - opioid addiction. Len Ramirez reports. (5/12/16)
KPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich's 106-Year-Old-Grandma Shares The Secret To A Long LifeKPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich's 106-Year-Old Grandma Weezer is celebrating her 106th birthday. She told us the secret to living a long life.
Device Could Help Solve Parkinson's MysteryElizabeth Cook reports on a new device that could help doctors solve a mystery of Parkinson's Disease. (4/24/16)