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100 Black Women Madam CJ Walker Awards Luncheon
The National Association of 100 Black Women's Oakland Chapter hosts the 19th Annual Madam C.J. Walker Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 21 in San Francisco. Chapter president Cheryl Perry League tells Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about the significance of this event.

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'The Snowman' Movie ReviewHooman and Scott Capurro review the new film 'The Snowman.' The film stars Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and James D'Arcy.
Interview: Rich Chigga Talks With Big Reid!Indonesian Hip Hop star Rich Chigga stopped by 99.7 [NOW!] to talk with Big Reid about how he got started, his musical influences, his tour and even shared his craziest moment on the road! This is Rich Chigga's first radio interview in the United States!
What's New At The Oakland ZooSarah Scates from the Oakland Zoo tells Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi what's new at the Oakland Zoo.
Team Coverage: 59 Die In Las Vegas Massacre; Bay Area Woman KilledWhile the search for clues continues in the Las Vegas massacre, family confirms a Bay Area woman is among the dead. Meanwhile, security is increased ahead of high profile events in San Francisco. Mola Lenghi and Anne Makovec report. (10/3/17)
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tom Petty Dead At 66Known for classics such as "Free Fallin,'" "Refugee" and "American Girl," longtime rocker and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Tom Petty died Monday at the age of 66. (10/3/17)
San Jose Casino Opens Amid Expectations, ControversyJust a mile from the airport and down the street from the competing Casino M8trix, the new Bay 101 Club is about to open its doors on north first street and the city is ready to cash in. Len Ramirez reports. (9-29-17)

Interviews

At Issue: Battling the California WildfiresCal Fire battalion chief Mike Marcucci discussed ongoing efforts to extinguish the California wildfires with Phil Matier and Melissa Caen. (10-15-17)
At Issue: Federal Funds for Wildfire ReliefKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses the California wildfires with U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord). (10-15-17)
Interview: Rich Chigga Talks With Big Reid!Indonesian Hip Hop star Rich Chigga stopped by 99.7 [NOW!] to talk with Big Reid about how he got started, his musical influences, his tour and even shared his craziest moment on the road! This is Rich Chigga's first radio interview in the United States!

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FEMA Vows To Help Northern California Fire VictimsWhile FEMA is promising to provide support to wildfire victims, it is also working disasters across 20 states. Joe Vazquez reports.
North Bay Residents Frustrated Over Mixed Messages On EvacuationsEvacuees in shelters expressed a range of emotions Saturday night at a community meeting in Santa Rosa. Janine Marsden's family was told they were safe then, minutes later, were driving through flames in a frantic escape. Jackie Ward reports. (10-14-17)
Federal and Local Agencies Expand Resources for Wildfire VictimsFrom disaster loans and cellphone service to a promise from federal immigration officials not to detain undocumented workers, there is an outpouring of help for those affected by the Northern California wildfires. Christin Ayers reports. (10-13-17)

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2017 Tashlique SF Happening At Ocean BeachReboot is hosting the annual Jewish tradition known as Tashlique at Ocean Beach. Executive director David Katznelson and Program manager Tanya Schevitz join Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi to tell us more about the history.
DNNC Steps To Success Is Helping Single Moms SucceedDelane Sims and Myeshia Jefferson of DNNC Steps to Success tells us how their program is helping single moms get back on their feet using their own two hands.
Broadcasting Leader Shares Memories Of His Hometown In Segregated SouthKPIX's Don Sharp takes reporter Devin Fehely home to the small town in Texas where he grew up to see the town's celebration of Juneteenth and tells what it was like growing up during Jim Crow.

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SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

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