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Free Store Opens In Healdsburg For Fire VictimsThere's a unique new store in wine country dedicated to fire victims and everything is free. John Ramos reports. (10/23/17)
Poplar Trees Clean Up Toxic Groundwater By Superfund SiteScientists have found inoculated poplar trees can clean up the soil near Moffett Field in Mountain View. Len Ramirez reports. (10/23/17)
Shot Spotters Installed Around San Jose State CampusMaria Medina reports on San Jose State University stepping up campus security with new cameras and high-tech shot spotters (10-23-2017)
Investigation Into I-380 Freeway Shooting ContinuesSusie Steimle reports on Uber driver and passengers getting caught in crossfire in San Bruno freeway shooting Sunday night (10-23-2017)
Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Recounts Pervasive Sexual Harassment, Gender DiscriminationRent The Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman tells reporter Betty Yu she has battled sexual harassment and gender discrimination in Silicon Valley. (10/19/22)
President Trump Continues Push To Pass Budget To Move On To Tax ReformMola Lenghi reports on Trump administration pushing for passage of new budget, tax reform (10-23-2017)

Interviews

Talking Politics: Tax Reform / Feinstein v. WhosisKPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen are joined by former S.F. mayor and California assembly speaker Willie Brown to discuss Congress' chances of enacting sweeping tax changes and Sen. Dianne Feinstein's chances of being re-elected. (10-22-17)
At Issue: Election Ads on Social MediaNoted technology columnist and commentator Larry Magid talks with KPIX 5's Phil Matier. (10-22-17)
At Issue: Battling the California WildfiresCal Fire battalion chief Mike Marcucci discussed ongoing efforts to extinguish the California wildfires with Phil Matier and Melissa Caen. (10-15-17)

Local Community

Berkeley Landmark Business Shuts Its DoorsThe Wooden Duck, a custom furniture shop just east of I-80 near University Ave in Berkeley, can't keep up with a changing Bay Area economy -- and cost of living. John Ramos reports. (10-20-17)
FEMA Vows To Help Northern California Fire VictimsWhile FEMA is promising to provide support to wildfire victims, it is also working disasters across 20 states. Joe Vazquez reports.
North Bay Residents Frustrated Over Mixed Messages On EvacuationsEvacuees in shelters expressed a range of emotions Saturday night at a community meeting in Santa Rosa. Janine Marsden's family was told they were safe then, minutes later, were driving through flames in a frantic escape. Jackie Ward reports. (10-14-17)

General

Breaking Into StartupsRubin Harris, co-founder of Breaking Into Startups tells Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi how you can break into tech, no matter what your background is.
Google's Waymo Develops Self-Driving Tech at Central Valley Test TrackWaymo, the autonomous vehicle spinoff company from Google, has built a 91-acre self-driving vehicle test track, the largest in the country, in the tiny town of Atwater. Kiet Do reports. (8-24-17)
Light Tower Landmark Could Be Coming To Downtown San JoseSan Jose boosters have started a non-profit corporation to construct a roughly 19-story tower that would straddle Plaza de Cesar Chavez. Len Ramirez reports. (8-17-17)

Internet

Stanford Communications Network Pulls Double-Duty As Quake Detection SystemA web of fiber optic cables under the Stanford campus is doing much more than just transferring data. As KPIX 5's Len Ramirez reports, it is now acting as an earthquake early-warning system. (10-20-17)
Google Wrangles with City of Mountain View Over Housing, Office SpaceGoogle to Mountain View: if you want to build housing near our campus, we want something in return. Len Ramirez reports. (9-28-17)
Better Business Bureau Warning Of Online Puppy ScammersThe Better Business Bureau is warning people about a new scam targeting animal lovers looking to buy a pet on the Internet. Anne Makovec tells us the pets often don't exist.

Social Media

At Issue: Election Ads on Social MediaNoted technology columnist and commentator Larry Magid talks with KPIX 5's Phil Matier. (10-22-17)
Facebook To Give Government More Data On Russian Meddling In U.S. ElectionSaying he did not want anyone to use Facebook “to undermine democracy,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday announced his company would turn over 3,000 controversial ads purchased by Russians to Congressional investigators. Melissa Caen reports. (9-21-17)
Google Cancels 'Town Hall' On Gender DisputeGoogle CEO Sundar Pichai canceled an internal town hall meeting meant to address gender discrimination on Thursday after employee questions for management began to leak online from the company's internal messaging service. Maria Medina reports. (8-10-17)

Spoken Word

Hip-Hop Hunger Intervention Feeds Hot Meals To People Who Need ThemHip-Hop Hunger Intervention founders Cindi Carter Hodges and Tanisha Roberson tell BR about the work they are doing feeding homeless people hot meals on the street.
Root & ReboundFounder of Root & Rebound, Katherine Katcher and community activist Watini Stiner talk to BR about the work being done to help former inmates and their upcoming annual benefit on October 5 at The Lab in San Francisco.
Meet The Stars Of 'The North Pole'BR went to the premiere of a new web series, 'The North Pole' and talked to its stars, Reyna Amaya and Donte Clark.

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