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Oakland Police Use Spy Tool To Nab Suspect Who Targeted OfficerThe use of "Stingrays" and the data they collect has mostly been hush-hush -- triggering lawsuits from the ACLU and Electronic Frontier Foundation. Now, a Bay Area case is showing us more about Stingrays and the methods police use when deploying them. Andria Borba reports. (8-26-16)
Petaluma Girl Hit By Drunk Driver Focused On FutureA DUI crash changed the life of 8-year-old Jazzlin Meija. Now her North Bay community is rallying to help her and her family. Sharon Chin reports. (8-26-16)
Fast-Food Restaurant Chains Blossom in Bay AreaThe Bay Area is big on organic, sustainable, farm-to-table food. So why are fast-food chains on the rise? Cate Cauguiran reports. (8-26-16)
NFL Places Microchips In Players' Shoulder Pads For Real-Time MonitoringTiny chips in NFL players' shoulder pads will track every player, providing instant data on things like speed and location. Betty Yu reports. (8-26-16)
Women's Equality Day Celebration In San Mateo Features Real-Life 'Rosie the Riveter'Phyllis Gould, 94, was an honored guest at a commemorative event held on Women's Equality Day at Mercy High School in San Mateo. Gould worked as a welder in World War II and was a real-life "Rosie the Riveter." Jessica Flores reports. (8-26-16)
Major Makeover Proposed For Golden Gate Bridge Toll PlazaOfficials are considering replacing the 80-year-old toll booths at the Golden Gate Bridge with a modern, streamlined structure. Don Ford reports. (8-26-16)