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San Jose Uses New Tactic To Combat Illegal DumpingThere is a new strategy to combat illegal dumping in San Jose.
Online Payday Lender LendUp To Pay Millions For Overcharging, False MarketingA San Francisco startup with millions in venture capital funding - hailed by many as an alternative to abusive payday lending - has agreed to pay millions in redress for overcharging consumers and using deceptive marketing tactics.
Construction Concerns Could Halt Transbay Terminal TunnelThe sinking and tilting of millennium tower has raised new questions about San Francisco's downtown building boom.
Train Filled With Hazardous Materials Sitting On Sonoma County Tracks Sparks Legal FightIn Sonoma County, a train, filled with hazardous materials is sitting abandoned on the tracks as a fight over who is responsible for moving it drags on.
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double HomicideNew cameras installed after non-operational surveillance cameras failed to record a dual homicide in an East Oakland park. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/28/16)
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Oakland ParkNew cameras installed after non-operational surveillance cameras failed to record a dual homicide in an East Oakland park. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/28/16)
San Jose Trash Dumpers Needlessly Risk Big FinesSan Jose trash dumpers risk big fines despite the city's offer to haul away big items, for free. Len Ramirez reports. (9/28/16)
California Treasurer Cuts Off Wells FargoCalifornia's Treasurer is punishing Wells Fargo for its business practices. Randy Paige reports. (9/28/16)
Some Officials Looks To Slow Heavy Construction On SF LandfillPhil Matier reports on growing concerns surrounding South Beach construction in wake of Millennium Tower sinking (9-28-2016)
KPIX 5 Weather ForecastBrian Hackney with the KPIX 5 Pinpoint Weather Forecast for your week ahead. (9/28/16)
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On The Rise: Matthew Fitzpatrick And European Tour's Next GenerationMatthew Fitzpatrick, part of the European Tour's next generation of stars, is learning to play in America, including at the 2016 Ryder Cup.
Trash From Homeless Camps Blowing Onto South Bay FreewaysCaltrans is moving to clean up homeless camps around South Bay freeways after trash blamed on homeless camps has blown onto the highways creating traffic problems and eyesores.
Battle Brewing Over Public Access To Crystal Springs TrailsThe battle over how hikers will access some of the most beautiful trails in the Bay Area above the Crystal Springs Reservoir is getting serious.
California Child Credit Freeze Legislation Signed Into LawCalifornia parents now have a new tool to protect kids from identity theft thanks to a new law just signed on Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Human Germs, Bacteria Seen As Weapons In War Against CancerBay Area scientists are on the hunt to discover how a person's own germs may be the best medicine in the war against cancer.
Violence Plagues Large San Jose Homeless EncampmentThere’s a reason Sergio Estrada keeps a ladder in his backyard.
Oakland Scrambles To Install Functional Park Surveillance CamerasThe city of Oakland has promised to install a new surveillance system in Cesar Chavez Park to replace one that has been non-operational.
Napa Valley Vintner Brings Robotics To Winemaking ProcessWith harvest season underway in Wine Country, one vineyard is using robots to help make the perfect bottle.
Unruly Passengers Disrupting More Flights Than Ever, Trade Group SaysA global airline trade group says the number of incidents of unruly passengers on planes is increasing, and it’s calling for more effective deterrents.
Special Ed Kids Fed Bleach At Fresno SchoolSchool officials in the central California city of Fresno say they're investigating how two special-education children were given a bleach solution through their feeding tubes.
Martin Shkreli Auctions Off Chance To Punch Him In The FaceEmbattled pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli is giving some people what they want - a chance to punch him in the face.
San Francisco Looks To Build Housing For Its TeachersOne day after Governor Brown signed a bill allowing it, the San Francisco school district is looking to build housing for its employees.
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