ConsumerWatch: Laws To Protect Kids From Spy Toys
From dolls that talk to Teddy Bears that send messages, Internet-connected products pick up a lot of personal information. California could become the first state to require so-called smart devices to come with additional security and privacy protection. Julie Watts reports. (4-20-17)


E-Commerce Delivery, Rideshare Vehicles Intensify San Francisco TrafficE-commerce deliver trucks and rideshare vehicles may be intensifying San Francisco's traffic woes. Wilson Walker reports. (5/22/17)
Explosion That Killed 19, Injured 50 In Manchester Conducted By Suicide BomberCBS News reports that the explosion that killed 19 and injured 50 at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester was conducted by a suicide bomber. Joe Vazquez reports. (5/22/17)
Draymond Green: We Didn't Play The Little Sisters Of The PoorThe Warriors react to sweeping the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals. Acting head coach Mike Brown and Draymond Green address the media after the game. (5-22-17)
Dennis O'Donnell: Embrace Warriors BoredomThere's been lots of complaining about boring blowout games in the 2017 playoffs. Dennis O'Donnell wants Warriors fans to embrace the boredom. (5-22-17)
Company Releases Animation Of New Air Taxi DesignKiet Do reports on another contender in Silicon Valley race to make a self-flying taxi (5-22-2017)
Board Members Give No-Confidence Vote For Contra Costa County DAJuliette Goodrich reports Contra Costa County District Attorneys Association giving a vote of no confidence to DA (5-22-2017)

Family & Parenting

Alameda County Using Tech To Combat AsthmaAlameda County is lending small, indoor air-quality monitors out to residents in a push to reduce the effects of air pollution on children with allergies. Jessica Flores reports. (5-21-17)
Oakland Student Fights To Keep Immigrant Parents From Being DeportedSince Pres. Trump took office, immigration arrests are skyrocketing. The Bay Area is home to hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants and KPIX 5's Christin Ayers found one Bay Area college student who's fighting to keep her family from becoming another statistic. (5-19-17)
Mega Water Park Project Set To Open In East BayDevin Fehely takes an early look at a multi-million-dollar water park about to bring thrills and hundreds of jobs to Dublin. (5-19-17)

Consumer News

Amazon Customers Report Bait-And-Switch Delivery OffersAmazon customers are reporting bait-and-switch delivery offers and they're not happy. Julie Watts reports. (5/22/17)
ConsumerWatch: Cord Blood StorageMillions of parents store their babies' umbilical cord blood but a local family wonders if the benefits are worth the rising cost. Julie Watts reports. (5-18-17)
ConsumerWatch: New Study Shows Quantities Of BPA Found In Canned Food Still HighJulie Watts reports on the latest study measuring the amount of Bisphenol-A found in canned food goods (5-17-2017)

Gov't, Politics & Law

Trump Administration Approves $650 Million For Caltrain ElectrificationThe Trump administration has agreed to fully fund a $650 million federal grant for electrification of the Caltrain system that would also help California's high-speed rail project. Emily Turner reports. (5/22/17)
Trump Supports Michael Flynn's Decision To Plead The Fifth In Russia InvestigationDespite criticizing Clinton staffers for pleading the fifth, Trump is supporting Michael Flynn's decision to invoke the Fifth Amendment in Russia probe. Seth Lemon reports. (5/22/17)
In Saudi Arabia, Pres. Trump Calls For United Front In Fight Against Islamic ExtremismPresident Donald Trump called for all nations to unite against ISIS in a keynote address before Middle Eastern leaders in Saudi Arabia. (5-21-17)


Amazon Customers Report Bait-And-Switch Delivery OffersAmazon customers are reporting bait-and-switch delivery offers and they're not happy. Julie Watts reports. (5/22/17)
Google, Environmental Groups Partner To Track Illegal, Unregulated FishingTechnology developed in the Bay Area could lead to the end of illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing around the world. Susie Steimle reports. (5/17/17)
On The Hunt With Symantec For The WannaCry Virus HackersBay Area security firm Symantec is on the hunt for the people behind the global WannaCry cyberattack. Some clues point to North Korea. Melissa Caen reports. (5/16/17)

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