Ayudando Latinos A Soñar (ALAS)

Ayudando Latinos A Soñar is an organization serving the needs of the Latino community in San Mateo County by paying special attention to the health and well-being of farm workers and their families. KTVU's Alex Savidge spoke with the executive director and founder of ALAS.

"Dear San Francisco"

Performers Sereno Aguilar Izzo and Carlos Francos Pere stop by to talk about their roles in the multi-faceted show "Dear San Francisco".

Seasonal hiring vs. layoffs

The summer season brought layoffs, but now that we are nearing the holiday season we are seeing a slew of "now hiring" signs. Mike Bernick, Special Counsel at Duane Morris Special Counsel breaks down the specifics.

Doctor advises anxiety screening for adults

Dr. Mike Cirigliano discusses the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force recommendation of having adults getting regular anxiety screening tests as part of their primary care, even for those who don't show any symptoms.

Interest rates impacting housing market

With interest rates rising, the bay area housing market is changing. Financial planner and founder of the McBride Group, Jim McBride walks us through what this means for bay area homeowners and buyers.

Metaverse Silicon Valley Fashion Week comes to KTVU

Fashion and tech joined forces over the weekend for the Metaverse Silicon Valley Fashion Week. Taelor founders Anya Cheng and Phoebe Tan talk with Claudine Wong about the Web 3.0 tech conference that mixes tech with runway shows.

A taste of authentic Peruvian food

Peru has won the "World's Leading Culinary Destination" title for ten years, so for Hispanic Heritage Month we wanted to explore authentic Peruvian food, served in Half Moon Bay. KTVU's James Torrez talks with the chef and owner of Lamas Peruvian Food truck about what makes Peruvian food so unique.

Elevate your tailgate party

Football season is here. That's why we brought in our Go to Girlfriend Sadie Murray to give us a look at the latest trends this fall that will help elevate your tailgate party. From gameday snacks, to kicks, and even nail art, Sadie's got you covered when it comes to throwing a good football party.

La Cocina helps open doors

With the help of La Cocina, an S.F. based non-profit that helps women become culinary entrepreneurs, Oakland's La Guerrera's Kitchen has gone from a dream to a reality.

Paty's Project

Paty's Project is a non-profit organization that helps children of Uganda get lifesaving heart surgeries. Founder and Oakland Kaiser NICU Nurse, Kayla Billington walks us through the program.

Making the perfect pupusa

Pupusas have just a few ingredients, but it takes a lot of skill to create the proper consistency. The talented team from Los Bayuncos shows KTVU how to do it.

Monterey Jazz Festival

Jazz fans abound will be in Monterey this weekend for the annual Jazz Festival. Executive Director, Colleen Bailey gave us a glimpse of what to expect.


LatinaVIDA inspires next generation Latina executives to rise to the top in their careers. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, KTVU spoke with the Executive Director about the program's mission.

49ers Game 2 Takeaway

49Karats Podcaster, Stephanie Sanchez takes a look at the Jimmy G rebirth after Trey Lance goes out for the season.

Making pupusas with Los Bayuncos

Sal Castaneda learns about the skills required to make the perfect pupusa from the talented team at Los Bayuncos, a Salvadorian eatery from San Francisco.

San Jose Mayor Liccardo responds to alarming number of pedestrian deaths

A South Bay community is reeling after an 8-year-old boy was stuck and killed by a car while walking to school Friday morning. His tragic death marks 26 pedestrian fatalities in San Jose so far this year. KTVU's Gasia Mikaelian spoke with Mayor Liccardo about the disturbing number of traffic fatalities in the city.