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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Change-Of-Address Fraud A Growing Form Of Identity TheftChange-of-address fraud is a growing form of identity theft. Consumerwatch reporter Julie Watts tell us why it is so simple for criminals to pull off.
Fremont Condo HOA Sued For Not Allowing Kids To Play OutsideFamilies in Fremont have scored a huge legal victory after they sued their condo complex. Betty Yu says the HOA wouldn't let their kids play outside.
Teammates, Mayor Defend Lynch's Anthem Protest In MexicoEveryone from his teammates to the mayor came to the defense of Marshawn Lynch after President Trump attacked him on Twitter for sitting during the national anthem in Mexico.

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