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12-Year-Old Music Prodigy Sells Out Shows in San Jose in MinutesShe's an accomplished violinist, pianist and composer and she's only 12. Alma Deutscher is about to make her American debut in Silicon Valley. Len Ramirez reports. (12-1-17)
Katie Maupin & Brian Watson Stars Of 'The Secret Garden'Actors Katie Maupin and Brian Watson talk to host Kenny Choi about the Tony-Award winning production of 'The Secret Garden' playing at the Gateway Theatre from December 6 through the 24th.
Oakland Symphony Conductor Michael MorganOakland Symphony Conductor Michael Morgan talks to Bay Sunday about upcoming concerts and activities.
'Broken Seeds' Tells Story Of A People Through Classical Indian Dance, ArtArtistic Director of Nava Dance Theatre Nadhi Thekkek and Oakland-based artist Rupy C. Tut talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about 'Broken Seeds Still Grow.'
At Issue: Fundraising for Wildfire ReliefLast week's benefit concert at AT&T Park raised millions for wildfire relief. Phil Matier talked with Daniel Lurie, director of Tipping Point, to find out where all the money is going. (11-12-17)
'Band Together' Benefit Concert Raises Millions for Wildfire ReliefFirst responders and fire victims were in the front row at the Band Together benefit concert to raise money for those affected by the Wine Country wildfires. Betty Yu reports from AT&T Park. (11-9-17)

Local Community

At Issue: Oakland City Workers StrikePhil Matier talks about the state of the strike talks with union representative Rob Szykony. (12-10-17)
At Issue: Oakland City Workers StrikeOakland mayor Libby Schaaf discusses the state of negotiations over ending the days-long strike of city workers with Phil Matier. (12-10-17)
Pittsburg Hopes to Attract Teachers with Affordable HousingA teacher housing plan has been approved by the city of Pittsburg and has now been submitted to the city planning department for approval. It is becoming increasingly hard for teachers to afford to live the area due to the high cost of living. Da Lin reports. (12-8-17)

News

Alabama Special Election To Fill Senate Seat Heats UpLaura Podesta reports on many Republicans saying they won't support controversial Senate candidate Roy Moore (12-10-2017)
Thomas Fire Grows Into Santa Barbara CountyKenneth Craig reports on the massive Thomas Fire extending to Carpenteria in Santa Barbara (12-10-2017)
Talking Politics: Sexually Misbehaving PolsPhil Matier and Melissa Caen talk with former state assembly speaker and S.F. mayor Willie Brown about the wave of sexual misconduct allegations upending state legislatures and Capitol Hill. (12-10-17)

Alternative Medicine

Sutter Health Destroyed Evidence In Trial Over Overcharging AllegationsSutter Health has been accused of widespread overcharging on people’s bills. Phil Matier says now, the company is under fire for destroying large amounts of evidence.
Researchers Investigate Cannabis Compounds to Treat DementiaSome people are turning to cannabis to treat dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The drug is untested but some children and their aging parents tell KPIX 5's Betty Yu pot is a game-changer. (11-3-17)
Cannabis in a Can Keeps Marijuana Fresher LongerKPIX 5's Susie Steimle explains how one company is changing the way pot dispensaries are keeping their product fresh. (8-17-17)

Local News

Contractor Shortage Arises Due To Demand From North Bay WildfiresLemor Abrams reports on contractor demands in WIne Country fire area slowing down construction boom in other parts of California (12-10-2017)
Young People Ready To Argue Lawsuit Against President Over Climate ChangeJoe Vazquez report on group of kids as young as 10 preparing to address 9th Circuit Court for climate change lawsuit (12-10-2017)
Park Service Allows Limited Access to John Muir GravesiteJuliette Goodrich reports on gravesite of conservationist John Muir being opened for public visits (12=10-2017)

KPIXTV

Contractor Shortage Arises Due To Demand From North Bay WildfiresLemor Abrams reports on contractor demands in WIne Country fire area slowing down construction boom in other parts of California (12-10-2017)
Young People Ready To Argue Lawsuit Against President Over Climate ChangeJoe Vazquez report on group of kids as young as 10 preparing to address 9th Circuit Court for climate change lawsuit (12-10-2017)
Park Service Allows Limited Access to John Muir GravesiteJuliette Goodrich reports on gravesite of conservationist John Muir being opened for public visits (12=10-2017)

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