SF Teachers' Union Rep Caught On Hidden Camera Admitting He Hit StudentA teacher’s union rep was caught on hidden camera admitting he hit a student and got away with hit. Emily Turner tells us now he’s in the hot seat.
Omega Boys Club, Alive And Free Celebrates 30 YearsThe Omega Boys Club has been keeping youth alive and free for thirty years. Founder and Executive Director Dr. Joseph Marshall and graduate Evangela Brewster talk to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi.
World Renowned Artist Elisabeth Sunday Leaving Oakland For FranceWorld-renowned artist Elisabeth Sunday talks to Black Renaissance host Christin Ayers about her life, her art, and the reason she's packing it all up and leaving Oakland for France.
100 Black Women Host 12th Annual Hats & Gloves TeaThe San Francisco chapter of 100 Black Women is hosting their 12 Annual Hats & Gloves Tea on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the Fairmont Hotel. Event chair Jackie Wright talks with Black Renaissance host Christin Ayers about this wonderful event.
ConsumerWatch: Dating Service HeartbreaksIt's still Valentine's Day week and lots of people are still looking for love. Some are paying big bucks to find it. Julie Watts reports on the story of one woman who says her search for a sweetheart turned sour. (2-17-17)
Alexandra Wolfe Talks About Her New Book, Valley Of The GodsAuthor and Wall Street Journal reporter Alexandra Wolfe talks to Kenny Choi about her new book, Valley of the Gods which explores the subculture of Silicon Valley's youngest entrepreneurs.One critic called it a "funny anthropological deep dive into the strange inner workings of the Bay Area tech world."
UNCUT: NBA Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Tells Why He Stands Behind Kaepernick's Anthem ProtestKPIX 5's Betty Yu's exclusive interview in its entirety with NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabar. The former MVP turned author explains why he feels Colin Kaepernick's anthem protest was "highly patriotic."
Netflix and ChillSarah and Vinnie find out what "Netflix and Chill" really means. (01/15/2016)
Gender Neutral BathroomsVinnie reports that San Francisco is looking into having single-stall gender neutral restrooms. (01/11/2016)
If Right-To-Die Becomes Law, What Happens Next?With Friday's senate approval of a bill allowing terminally-ill Californians to end their lives, this controversial law now awaits Gov. Brown's signature. If that happens what will the process be like for patients? Maria Medina reports. (9-11-15)
K.O. Movie Review: "We Are Your Friends"The K.O. Movie team of Hooman Khalili & Marcus Osborne review "We Are Your Friends" starring Zac Efron, Wes Bentley, and Emily Ratajkowski. (08/27/2015)
Santa Clara County Considers Tent Cities For HomelessSanta Clara County officials are considering several solutions to combat the problem of homelessness. Among them: semi-permanent tent cities on public land. Devin Fehely reports. (8-14-15)
Recreational Marijuana Ballot Initiative Gains Support In CaliforniaPhil Matier spoke with Sky Jones about the push to legalize marijuana for recreational use in California. (7-26-15)
Census Shows Latinos Largest Ethnic Group In California, Surpassing Non-Hispanic WhitesThe long-expected moment when Latinos surpass non-Hispanic whites as California's largest racial or ethnic group has occurred. Betty Yu reports. (7-8-15)
SF Adds Parking Meter Surcharge Of 27 CentsIt's already pricey to park in San Francisco and it's about to get pricier. Mark Kelly tells us about the parking meter surcharge coming soon.
Legal Scholar Says Same-Sex Ruling Should Hasten Gay Rights Advances Across The CountryKPIX 5's Andria Borba talked to gay rights leaders, many of which say the fight for equality is far from over. But one legal expert from S.F.'s Hastings College of the Law thinks the Supreme Court's decision on Friday may have paved the path. (6-26-15)