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Judge Demands DUI Data From Uber Amid Complaints About Drunk DriversA San Francisco judge has ruled Uber must turn over data on how many times customers have complained about an impaired driver. Melissa Caen tells us why.
Aging Bay Area Storm Drains May Become A Drain On Homeowners WalletsConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts explains there is a storm brewing over who is responsible for paying to fix and replace aging storm drain pipes buried under Bay Area neighborhoods.
ConsumerWatch: State Money for Earthquake RetrofitsCalifornia is giving money to people who want to retrofit their homes to make them safer in an earthquake. Julie Watts reports. (1-19-18)
Taking An Ancestry Test Could Make It Harder To Buy Life InsuranceDNA testing kits promise insights into your ancestry, but regulators and consumer advocates warn it may make buying life insurance harder. Julie Watts reports. (1/17/18)
PG&E Urged To Refund Ratepayers Following Tax Law OverhaulState regulators are calling on utility companies to pay it forward by passing on their tax cut savings to customers. But Andrea Nakano reports PG&E is pushing back. (1/16/18)
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)

Automotive

Bay Area Truckers Intrigued by Tesla All-Electric SemiThe new electric semi tractor-trailer introduced Thursday by Tesla CEO Elon Musk won't be rolling off an assembly line for a couple of years but Northern California truck drivers are already interested. Da Lin reports. (11-17-17)
San Jose Mulls Help for Drivers of Towed VehiclesLen Ramirez reports on a new push in San Jose to give drivers whose vehicles were towed a break. (11-9-17)
San Francisco to Designate Some Curb Spaces for Ride-Sharing AccessUnder the deal, some parking spaces would be converted into painted curbs that could be legally used by ride-hail drivers. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-7-17)

Local Community

Beloved Ice Rink in San Mateo Saved from ExtinctionNazareth Ice Oasis at Bridgepointe Shopping Center in San Mateo is up and running thanks to community pressure and a years-long battle. Vern Glenn reports. (1-19-18)
Wine Country Wildfire Survivors Victimized by Skyrocketing Rents, EvictionsThe Norty Bay wildfires killed 24 and displaced thousands more. Three months later, there is now a second wave of victims: losing their homes not to flames, but to evictions. Emily Turner reports. (1-19-18)
Colin Kaepernick, Steph Curry Match Donations to Youth Counseling Organization in S.F.Rudy Korpuz Jr. and his staff at the San Francisco non-profit violence prevention and youth development organization. United Playaz, got quite a pleasant surprise. Christin Ayers reports. (1-19-18)

News

Increase Of Cash Buyers Has Bay Area Housing Market In A FrenzyThe market is so hot that some people aren't even looking at homes before making an offer. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (1/23/18)
2 New BART Cars Go Out Of ServiceBART says there are "technical issues" for two cars of the new fleet. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1/23/18)
Legislators Crack Down On Black Market MarijuanaSanta Clara County is cracking down on illegal marijuana grows and the effort comes with a hefty price tag. Devin Fehely reports. (1/23/18)

Local News

Increase Of Cash Buyers Has Bay Area Housing Market In A FrenzyThe market is so hot that some people aren't even looking at homes before making an offer. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (1/23/18)
Foreign Solar Panel Tariff Hurting Business For Bay Area InstallersKeit Do reports on solar installation prices rising $1,000-$1,500 in wake of foreign solar panel tariff (1-23-2018)
2 New BART Cars Go Out Of ServiceBART says there are "technical issues" for two cars of the new fleet. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1/23/18)

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Increase Of Cash Buyers Has Bay Area Housing Market In A FrenzyThe market is so hot that some people aren't even looking at homes before making an offer. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (1/23/18)
Foreign Solar Panel Tariff Hurting Business For Bay Area InstallersKeit Do reports on solar installation prices rising $1,000-$1,500 in wake of foreign solar panel tariff (1-23-2018)
2 New BART Cars Go Out Of ServiceBART says there are "technical issues" for two cars of the new fleet. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1/23/18)

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