Talking Politics: Georgia Takeaways / Trump TeflonKPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen talk politics with Democratic strategist Sean Clegg. (6-25-17)
At Issue: Pride in AmericaPhil Matier talked with former state senator Mark Leno about the state of LGBT rights in America. (6-25-17)
At Issue: Medi-Cal At RiskWhat happens to Medi-Cal if Congress repeals and replaces Obamacare? Phil Matier talked with state assemblyman Phil Ting (D-S.F.). (6-25-17)
Pet of the Week: Find Princess Buttercup a New HomeMaria Conlon, from Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue, brought Princess Buttercup to KPIX studios. Adoption info at: givemesheltersf.org (6-24-17)
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)
NASCAR Fans Camping Out, Revved Up, Ready For Big RaceThe roar of the engine and squealing tires is music to their ears. Katie Nielsen talks to fans, drivers and gives an idea of the cost of a NASCAR vacation.
New Details Emerge On Hack Attack Of NetflixHackers released episodes of the popular Netflix show Orange is the New Black before it premiered on the Los Gatos streaming service. Maria Medina spoke with a computer security expert to find out how it went down. (6-22-17)
"The Big Sick" - H.B. Movie ReviewBased on a true story, Kumail is a Pakistani comic who meets an American graduate student named Emily at one of his comedy shows. As their relationship develops, he soon becomes worried about what his traditional Muslim parents will think of her. When Emily suddenly comes down with an illness that leaves her in a coma, Kumail finds himself developing a bond with her deeply concerned mother and father. "The Big Sick" stars Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, and Holly Hunter; Directed by Michael Showalter.
Woman Pushes Through Homelessness To Graduate From Cal State East BayBrenda Brown was laid off during the financial crisis of '08 then spent two fruitless years seeking work before deciding to go back to school. As a college student in her fifties, Brenda eventually wound up homeless, living in her car near campus. Luckily she found a program called HOPE. John Ramos reports. (6-9-17)
Needle Scare At East Bay Elementary SchoolIt's not something parents could have warned their children about: a boy went around poking classmates with a used medical needle at Cabrillo Elementary in Fremont. Devin Fehely reports. (6-8-17)
Young Chefs From Oakland Compete In National 'Cooking Up Change' Competition In D.C.Jaye Poindexter, her teacher, David Isenberg, and co-chef Jimmy Saliphan from the culinary arts program at Ralph Bunche Academy in Oakland are heading to D.C. for the National Cooking Up Change competition. Jaye and David share a winning recipe with Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi.
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.
PLAYGROUND ARSON: Vandals torch beloved Golden Gate Park playgroundVandals torch beloved Golden Gate Park playground
PRIDE PARADE: San Francisco officials mobilize to keep Pride celebrants safeSan Francisco officials mobilize to keep Pride celebrants safe
PRIDE PARADE: Marchers deliver a political message of resist during annual Pride ParadeMarchers deliver a political message of resist during annual Pride Parade