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Bay Area Out of the Running for Amazon 'HQ2'Northern California has been shut out in the competition to win Amazon's second headquarters. A lot of locals say that's a good thing. Susie Steimle reports. (1-18-18)
San Francisco Short-Term Rental Supply Loses 6,000 Listings OvernightA new law in San Francisco is cracking down on landlords turning homes into hotels during a housing crisis. Susie Steimle reports. (1/17/18)
Digital Ads Cover News Racks On San Francisco's Market StreetAbout 60 news racks across downtown San Francisco have been transformed into digital ad space. Jackie Ward reports. (1/16/18)
Cost Of California's High-Speed Rail Project Climbs By $2.8 BillionCalifornia is being sued for unauthorized spending, as the bullet train's first phase comes in well over budget. Melissa Caen reports. (1/16/18)
CVS To Stop Photoshopping Models In Cosmetics Ads By 2019Retail giant CVS will no longer alter marketing materials for its makeup ads. Andrea Nakano tells us why.
PG&E Tests Plan To Charge Higher Prices During Peak Evening HoursOpponents to PG&E's "time of use" payments are calling it “punishment pricing” and want you to know you can opt out. Susie Steimle reports. (1/101/18)

News

S.F. Couple Recounts Harrowing, Mistaken Arrest by Police Investigating iPhone HeistHe looked nothing like the suspects' descriptions but that didn't stop S.F. police from forcibly detaining a man and searching his home for stolen iPhones. Allen Martin reports. (1-18-18)
Recreational Marijuana Sales Soar in CaliforniaTwo groups of people, in particular appear to be driving the rapidly-rising sales of recreational pot. Andrea Nakano breaks out the new stats. (1-18-18)
As Federal Government Shutdown Looms, California Braces for the WorstWhat would a government shutdown mean for California? Katie Nielsen looks at the impact on the Golden State if Congress misses the budget deadline on Friday. (1-18-18)

General

Gospel Singer Edwin Hawkins Dies At 74Gospel star and Oakland native Edwin Hawkins has died. John Ramos tells us, the singer was battling pancreatic cancer and died in his home in Pleasanton.
Amy Poehler's Golden Globes Guest Pushes For Food Industry Fair WagesUC Berkeley researcher Saru Jayaraman was Amy Poehler's guest to the Golden Globe Awards. She's pushing to overhaul food industry wages. John Ramos reports.
Remembering Actress Hiep Thi Le Who Fled Vietnam And Became A Hollywood StarKiet Do tells the incredible story of actress Hiep Thi Le who fled Vietnam in a fishing boat, grew up in Oakland, and went on to become a Hollywood actress. She died last week at 46.

Gov't, Politics & Law

As Federal Government Shutdown Looms, California Braces for the WorstWhat would a government shutdown mean for California? Katie Nielsen looks at the impact on the Golden State if Congress misses the budget deadline on Friday. (1-18-18)
San Francisco Short-Term Rental Supply Loses 6,000 Listings OvernightA new law in San Francisco is cracking down on landlords turning homes into hotels during a housing crisis. Susie Steimle reports. (1/17/18)
Homeowners Incentivized To Part With Wood-Burning Stoves And FireplacesResidents in parts of the Bay Area can receive up to $3,500 in rebates to stop burning wood and begin using a cleaner burning alternative. Len Ramirez reports. (1/16/18)

Local News

S.F. Couple Recounts Harrowing, Mistaken Arrest by Police Investigating iPhone HeistHe looked nothing like the suspects' descriptions but that didn't stop S.F. police from forcibly detaining a man and searching his home for stolen iPhones. Allen Martin reports. (1-18-18)
Recreational Marijuana Sales Soar in CaliforniaTwo groups of people, in particular appear to be driving the rapidly-rising sales of recreational pot. Andrea Nakano breaks out the new stats. (1-18-18)
At Town Hall, San Jose Police Chief Pledges Stepped-Up Crime EnforcementSan Jose police chief Eddie Garcia promised community members that his department would be more proactive in fighting violent crime. Maria Medina reports. (1-18-18)

National News

As Federal Government Shutdown Looms, California Braces for the WorstWhat would a government shutdown mean for California? Katie Nielsen looks at the impact on the Golden State if Congress misses the budget deadline on Friday. (1-18-18)
San Francisco Short-Term Rental Supply Loses 6,000 Listings OvernightA new law in San Francisco is cracking down on landlords turning homes into hotels during a housing crisis. Susie Steimle reports. (1/17/18)
California Legislators Propose Greater Wildfire Insurance ProtectionCalifornia lawmakers are taking steps to protect Californians from the suffering that follows a wildfire. Emily Turner reports. (1/16/18)

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