Bay Area Cities, Counties Receive Sanctuary Warning Letters From DOJ
Several Bay Area jurisdictions, including the city of San Francisco and Santa Clara County, received letters from the Department of Justice criticizing their sanctuary policies on undocumented immigrants. Anne Makovec reports. (11/16/17)

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FCC Likely To Unravel Net Neutrality RulesThe Federal Communications Commission is expected to repeal rules regarding "net neutrality," which requires internet providers to give all websites the same access and speed. Jackie Ward reports. (12/14/17)
California Utilities May Face Stricter Rules After WildfiresThe California Public Utilities Commission is considering new rules for utility companies in wildfire-prone areas. Anne Makovec reports. (12/14/17)
San Francisco Mourns After Sudden Passing Of Mayor Ed LeeA memorial is growing at San Francisco City Hall, one day after Mayor Ed Lee died suddenly of a heart attack. Board of Supervisors President London Breed is the city's new mayor. Anne Makovec reports. (12/13/17)
Oakland City Workers Return To Work After 7-Day StrikeAfter a week-long strike, Oakland city workers have returned to work. Among the first tasks for public employees: clear a homeless encampment. Christin Ayers reports. (12/12/17)
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Leaves Behind A Rich LegacySan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is remembered fondly by those who knew him best. (12/12/17)
Oakland City Worker Strike Suspended After Seven DaysStriking city workers represented by SEIU 1021 and IFPTE 21 announced on Monday that they would return to work on Tuesday. Christin Ayers reports. (12/11/17)

News

Palo Alto Official Scolds Stanford for Inadequate Employee HousingPalo Alto councilmember Lydia Kou is speaking out against Stanford University. She says the school is making the housing crisis worse. Len Ramirez reports. (12-14-17)
California Weighs Lifting Ban on Medi-Cal Coverage for Undocumented ImmigrantsThe California legislature is considering adding a billion dollars in the new budget to extend Medi-Cal coverage for nearly 2 million undocumented immigrants. Melissa Caen reports. (12-14-17)
FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps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)

Crime

Burglary Suspect Believed To Be Hiding In South San Jose NeighborhoodPolice are searching for a man in South San Jose who is suspected of burglary. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (12/13/17)
Tosca Restaurateur Ken Friedman Accused Of Sexual MisconductRestaurateur Ken Friedman apologized and stepped away from all of the restaurants that he owns. Andria Borba reports. (12/12/17)
Security On Bay Area Freeways Is Expanding After Over 100 Shootings In Just 2 YearsCaltrans is funding surveillance cameras, license plate readers and microphones that detect shots fired after over 100 shootings occurred on Bay Area freeways in the last two years. Katie Nielsen reports. (12/11/17)

Local News

Sea Lion Attacks Swimmer at S.F. Aquatic ParkA swimmer was pulled from the bay near San Francisco's Aquatic Park with a sea lion bite Thursday afternoon. Andria Borba reports. (12-14-17)
Residents Protest Plan to Build Costco in PleasantonPlans to put a new Costco store in Pleasanton are not going over well with some neighbors. Da Lin reports. (12-14-17)
Palo Alto Official Scolds Stanford for Inadequate Employee HousingPalo Alto councilmember Lydia Kou is speaking out against Stanford University. She says the school is making the housing crisis worse. Len Ramirez reports. (12-14-17)

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Palo Alto Official Scolds Stanford for Inadequate Employee HousingPalo Alto councilmember Lydia Kou is speaking out against Stanford University. She says the school is making the housing crisis worse. Len Ramirez reports. (12-14-17)
California Weighs Lifting Ban on Medi-Cal Coverage for Undocumented ImmigrantsThe California legislature is considering adding a billion dollars in the new budget to extend Medi-Cal coverage for nearly 2 million undocumented immigrants. Melissa Caen reports. (12-14-17)
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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