What Was Open on Christmas Day? Not a Lot
KPIX 5's Don Ford went on the hunt for retail and dining establishments that stayed open on a bright, clear Christmas Day around the bay. (12-25-18)

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Task Force 'Operation Wrecking Ball' Targets Organized Retail Theft Ring in S.F.A major bust of organized retail theft should make the holiday shopping season a little more merry for retailers in San Francisco. Emily Turner reports. (12-20-18)
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)
Soggy Shoppers Stream Into Livermore Outlet Stores on Black FridayThe rain didn't stop shoppers from getting their hands on the bargains at malls and stores all around the Bay Area. But, thanks to an uncertain trade policy, this might be the last year for some of those steep discounts. Emily Turner reports. (11-23-18)
Shoppers Cut Thanksgiving Day Celebrations Short to Line Up for DoorbustersIn the Bay Area, crowds hit the stores in search of those pre-Black Friday bargains. some stores staying open late into the night. Betty Yu reports. (11-22-18)
With and Without Face Masks, Shoppers Brave Smoky Air in Walnut CreekSo much smoke from the Camp Fire in Butte County flowed into the Bay Area that staying outside all day was like smoking a half dozen cigarettes. Christin Ayers found a number of people in Walnut Creek who were undaunted on their march through the mall. (11-9-18)
Richmond Retailers Call for Better Policing to Bring Back ShoppersBusiness owners in Richmond say crime is cutting into their bottom line. They're pushing police to step up patrols along the busy 23rd Street corridor so their customers will come back. Christin Ayers reports. (10-11-18)

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