As part of Arab American Heritage Month, KTVU is highlighting the work of Arab Women's Services, which is a program of Asian Women’s Shelter in San Francisco, and is the only program in the state dedicated to Arab immigrant, refugee, and asylee survivors of violence, particularly women and LGBTQ+ people.
Embattled Mayor of Windsor Dominic Foppoli lost his seat on the board of the Golden Gate Bridge District. He's facing sexual assault allegations from six different women. KTVU's James Torrez reports.
Sal Castaneda catches up with one of the original cast members of Saturday Night Live, Laraine Newman, to talk about her newly-released audiobook "May You Live in Interesting Times."
Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, UCSF infectious disease expert, explains how a full reopening of the state, along with vaccine availability, could affect infection rates.
Heather Smith from the HAUTE bar, explains what foods can help you slim down after packing on weight during the pandemic.
Barney Aldridge, founder of The Barlow in Sebastopol, explains what's new at his wine country destination since Sonoma County shifted into the orange tier.
Millions of residents in California can access low cost health-care through the state's Covered California program. KTVU's James Torrez reports.
Dr. David Montefiori, PhD spoke to Mornings on 2 on Saturday about new research on how well coronavirus vaccines are working against variants.
Documentarian Sarah Holtz spoke to Mornings on 2 about the new walking tour through Oakland's past and present. The tour is available now through the Gesso app.
Mitch Avnet, founder of Compliance Risk Concepts, explains the surging popularity behind bitcoin and whether or not the average investor should buy in now.
Trevor Semmens, Red Bull Raid men's ski winner, talks about the race to give back to essential workers in the Lake Tahoe area.
With increasing violence and crimes against Asian Americans, a brother and sister from Lafayette are using their talents to teach, encourage and empower others to stop Asian hate.
Oakland Police Chief Leronne Armstrong talks about anti-Asian crime and a judge's order mandating police turn over thousands of pages of public records.
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, explains how to protect your score from dropping by following these three tips.
Children's book author, Jamiyl Samuels explains why he and his wife created their media company T.A.S.K., and how his books celebrate children on the spectrum.
Sal Castaneda catches up with Dr. Lisa Williams, the creator of "The Fresh Dolls" to discuss how she's empowering women and girls to embrace different ethnicities, and encouraging female entrepreneurs to reach their goals.
Dr. Julie Morita from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation discusses the big focus on safety and CDC recommendations as more students return to the classroom.
Meredith Vieira talks with KTVU about producing "25 Words or Less" during the pandemic and the return of her social media special "Cocktails with Meredith."
KTVU is recognizing the work of Oakland-based Techbridge Girls, which helps create opportunities in science, technology and other related fields for girls and non-binary young people, especially those who are Black or from another community of color.
Kathryn Walt Hall, proprietor of Hall Wines and Walt Wines, shares a family recipe ahead of Easter weekend.