Talking Politics: Trump & Friends Lawyer Up / Kamala Harris' Star TurnKPIX 5 politics insiders Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and former S.F. mayor Willie Brown bat around two of the standout issues from a crowded week in politics. (6-18-17)
At Issue: Ride-Hailing Services and SF GridlockPhil Matier spoke on Sunday about Uber, Lyft and their impact on traffic congestion in San Francisco with supervisor Aaron Peskin. (6-18-17)
At Issue: Investigating the Trump AdministrationPhil Matier speaks with Prof. Rory Little, with UC Hastings school of law, a former federal prosecutor who has personally known special counsel Bob Mueller and deputy U.S. attorney general Rod Rosenstein. (6-18-17)
Pet of the Week: Miss Pyewacket Needs a New HomeMaria Conlon, with Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue, brought a sweet-temper tuxedo named Miss Pyewacket to KPIX studios. Adoption info: http://bit.ly/2sczfO3
Longtime CIA Insider Reveals Insights Into U.S. Intelligence CommunityJohn Rizzo spent decades inside the CIA and he spoke about his experiences -- as well as the new president's relationship to the intelligence community -- with KPIX 5's Elizabeth Cook in a fascinating, one-on-one interview. (6-11-17)
Trump Faces Further Fallout Over Comey FiringEven members of his own party are criticizing the president over his tweeting as investigations into his administration's connections to Russia gain steam. Melissa Caen reports. (6-11-17)
Amazon To Buy Whole Foods Grocery Store ChainIn a major shakeup to the grocery industry, Amazon announced it is buying Whole Foods in what's said to be a $7 billion deal. Len Ramirez reports. (6-16-17)
Chef Samin Nosrat's 'Salt, Fat, Acid Heat: Mastering The Elements Of Good Cooking'Chef Samin Nosrat talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about her new cookbook, 'Salt, Fat, Acid Heat: Mastering The Elements Of Good Cooking.'
Wine Expert Suggests Affordable Options For Holiday PartiesOn this National Wine Day, the owner and wine director of A-16 in San Francisco and Oakland shares some tips for buying wine for every occasion -- without breaking your budget. (5-25-17)
San Francisco Fishermen Push For Boat-Side Seafood MarketA petition by San Francisco fishermen to sell seafood from the docks of Fisherman's Wharf is meeting some opposition. Susie Steimle reports. (6/6/17)
Mother, Daughter-Inspired Wine Parings For Mother's DayNot sure what to get Mom on Mother's Day? Kathryn Hall and her daughter Jennifer Brown of Hall Wines in Napa share some mother-daughter-inspired gift ideas with Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi.
Hall Cabernet Cookoff Raises More Than $350,000 In NapaThe 2017 Hall Cabernet Cookoff was a huge success, raising more than $350,000 for Napa Valley charities. Hall wine expert, Jennifer Brown showed Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi how to choose, decant and taste a great Cabernet.
Playwright Brian Copeland, Executive Dir. Andrew Wood Talk About SF Int'l. Arts FestivalPlaywright Brian Copeland, creator of Not A Genuine Black Man and Andrew Wood, executive director of the San Francisco International Arts Festival talk to BR about the intersection of art and politics during the Trump administration.
Anita Hill Speaks Out On Sexual Harassment In The WorkplaceAttorney, professor and civil rights advocate Anita Hill speaks at a conference in San Francisco on sexual harassment and reflects on her historic testimony against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas 25 years ago.
Golden, The Miraculous Rise Of Steph Curry By Marcus ThompsonSports journalist Marcus Thompson talks to Black Renaissance about his book, 'Golden, The Miraculous Rise of Steph Curry' which gives fascinating insight into the life and trials of this Warriors NBA superstar.
Substation Tests Batteries That Store Energy From Renewable SourcesNear Vacaville, PG&E is trying to implement a way to hold on to power generated by solar cells and wind turbines for peak-demand after the sun goes down. Wilson Walker reports. (6-22-17)
Bay Area Pool Joins Worldwide Swim-Lesson PushKids at a pool in Rankin Park in Martinez were making history Thursday even as they were making a splash. John Ramos reports. (6-22-17)
Parents of Sick Children Protest Senate Healthcare BillIf the Senate bill passes in its present form, critics say millions of the disabled, elderly, and children here could end up without coverage.Susie Steimle reports. (6-22-17)