Hidden Credit Card Skimmer Found Inside Gilroy Gas Station Pump
A spike in credit card fraud cases in Gilroy over the weekend appears to have been caused by a well-placed credit card skimming device at a gas station, police said. Maria Medina reports. (11/13/17)

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Barely Missing Massacre, A's Pitcher Sets Up Fund for His Stricken Alma MaterJesus Luzardo graduated from Douglas High School two years ago and now he's working his way through the minor leagues with the A's. He had planned to be on campus last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 17. Luzardo has set up a fund for Douglas High at: bit.ly/2F9qzgg
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State Insurance Commissioner Investigates Complaint That Insurers Discriminate Against Gay MenCalifornia's insurance commissioner is looking into an allegation that some insurance companies are discriminating against gay men. Maria Medina reports. (2-15-18)
Tiny Homes Bring Affordable Living to DeltaPeople in the Bay Area are ditching sky-high rents for just a couple hundred square feet. Da Lin reports from Isleton. (2-15-18)
Marin County Considers Requiring Signage Outside Vacation RentalsMarin County is considering requiring a yard sign in front of homes telling everyone around that a property is a short-term rental. Emily Turner reports that some worry the signs would welcome thieves.

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Cold Snap Moves Into Bay AreaPlunging temperatures combined with high winds are shocking Bay Area residents with a rude return to winter. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-18-18)
Barely Missing Massacre, A's Pitcher Sets Up Fund for His Stricken Alma MaterJesus Luzardo graduated from Douglas High School two years ago and now he's working his way through the minor leagues with the A's. He had planned to be on campus last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 17. Luzardo has set up a fund for Douglas High at: bit.ly/2F9qzgg
New Exhibit at de Young Museum in S.F. Spotlights African American ArtA new exhibit title "Revelations" features a wide range of media that share one common component. KPIX 5's Christin Ayers takes a long look with museum curator Timothy Anglin Burgard. (2-18-18)

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Monday Morning Pinpoint ForecastMonday by the bay: sunny and breezy with highs around 50. Northwest winds between 20 and 30 mph.Evening: clear and breezy with lows in the mid 30s to lower 40s. (2-19-18)
Trump Fumes About Russia Investigation and OprahPres. Trump was quite active on Twitter Sunday. Lashing out at Oprah Winfrey and the FBI. (2-18-18)
Cold Snap Moves Into Bay AreaPlunging temperatures combined with high winds are shocking Bay Area residents with a rude return to winter. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-18-18)

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