California AG To File Lawsuit After Trump Ends DACA
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is expected to announce a lawsuit against the Trump administration after announcing the DACA program protecting young undocumented immigrants would end. Anne Makovec reports. (9/11/17)

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Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Talking Politics: Trump Sh*storm / Oprah MomentumKPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen ask former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown about Pres. Trump's colorful approach to immigration and whether Oprah Winfrey is likely to challenge him in the 2020 presidential campaign. (1-14-18)
At Issue: S.F. Mayoral RaceWith the sudden death of mayor Ed Lee and supervisor London Breed stepping in as acting mayor, the coming race for the city's top job has become very complicated. Supervisor Aaron Peskin walks KPIX 5's Phil Matier through some possibilities. (1-14-18)
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Welcomes a Mike Honda ChallengeCurrent San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo spent Saturday with volunteers helping to clean up the Guadalupe and Coyote Creek watersheds -- and looking over his shoulder, figuratively speaking, at a likely political opponent. Devin Fehely reports. (1-13-18)
Bay Area Democrats React to Trump's Racially-Charged VulgarityOn Saturday, Democratic Bay Area congresswomen Barbara Lee and Nancy Pelosi spoke out against the president's vulgar characterization of Haiti and African countries as "sh*tholes." Da Lin reports. (1-13-18)
Candidates for Governor Tangle Over Height Limits on S.F. WaterfrontAntonio Villaraigosa took an election year swipe at his gubernatorial competitor Gavin Newsom on his home turf over an "elitist" lawsuit that would strip SF voters' rights to set height limits for new buildings along the city's waterfront. Melissa Caen reports. (1-12-18)

Education

California State University Turns Away Thousands Of Qualified ApplicantsCal State University promised tens of thousands of students a slot in the freshman class, but now it's saying there's not enough room. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1/10/18)
Bay Area Scholars With Eyes On Prize Tackle College ApplicationsStudents Rising Above scholars are closing in on the prize, admission to college. But before that, they need to tackle the task of submitting college applications. Sherry Hu reports.
NAACP Leader Says San Francisco Public Schools Fail Black StudentsMost city officials agree that more needs to be done to help black students succeed, especially in math. Susie Steimle reports. (1/2/18)

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Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Monday Night Forecast With Paul DeannoRain on the way.
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.

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Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Monday Night Forecast With Paul DeannoRain on the way.
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.

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