FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'
The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps as they see fit or charge more for faster speeds. Allen Martin reports. (12-14-17)

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Business

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)
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Debate Continues Over Spending Bill That Will Avert Government ShutdownAnne Makovec reports on DACA remaining a sticking point in passage of temporary funding bill to avoid shutdown (1-19-2018)
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Local News

Business Leaders Discuss Slower Economic Growth In Bay Area At ConferenceJackie Ward reports on Bay Area economists gathering for Forecast Conference in San Francisco (1-19-2018)
Big Crowds Expected At Women's Marches Across Bay AreaKenny Choi reports on the large turnout anticipated for the one-year anniversary Women's Marches happening across region (1-19-2018)
New BART Cars Make Long-Awaited DebutJessica Flores reports on BART introducing its first train cars from the "fleet of the future" (1-19-2018)

Internet

FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps as they see fit or charge more for faster speeds. Allen Martin reports. (12-14-17)
FCC Repeals Obama-Era Net Neutrality RulesThe Federal Communications Commission on Thursday overturned “net neutrality.” (12/14/17)
UPS Workers Delivering Overtime To Meet Online Purchasing DemandsUPS workers may have to work up to 70 hours in an eight-day period in order to deliver products purchased via the Internet over the holidays. Susie Steimle reports. (12/4/17)

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PET EXPERT: Dr. Jill Chase Talks About Canine InfluenzaDr. Jill Chase discusses rise of canine flu virus in the Bay Area recently and what pet owners can do to protect dogs (1-12-2018)
Business Leaders Discuss Slower Economic Growth In Bay Area At ConferenceJackie Ward reports on Bay Area economists gathering for Forecast Conference in San Francisco (1-19-2018)
Big Crowds Expected At Women's Marches Across Bay AreaKenny Choi reports on the large turnout anticipated for the one-year anniversary Women's Marches happening across region (1-19-2018)

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