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)

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Pet of the Week: Find Princess Buttercup a New HomeMaria Conlon, from Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue, brought Princess Buttercup to KPIX studios. Adoption info at: givemesheltersf.org (6-24-17)
Saturday Pinpoint ForecastSaturday by the bay: patchy fog in the morning, highs in the upper 50s to the mid 60s. Southwest winds between 10 and 20 mph. Evening: partly cloudy becoming mostly cloudy. Patchy fog possible after midnight. (6-24-17)
Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
Raw Video: Pride Weekend Begins With Trans March at SF Dolores ParkHundreds gathered for the annual Trans March at Dolores Park in San Francisco's Mission District on Friday as Pride weekend celebrations got underway. (6-23-17)

Family & Parenting

Bay Area Pool Joins Worldwide Swim-Lesson PushKids at a pool in Rankin Park in Martinez were making history Thursday even as they were making a splash. John Ramos reports. (6-22-17)
Dublin Closes New Water Slide After Boy Falls Off On Opening DayAfter a 10-year-old boy was ejected as he descended the three-story Emerald Plunge slide at The Wave at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin on Saturday, the slide was closed and OSHA investigators were called to investigate. Wilson Walker reports. (5-28-17)
Floating Playground Opens In Santa RosaJust in time for the start of summer, a cool floating playground is about to open to the public at Spring Lake in Santa Rosa. Emily Turner gets a sneak peek. (5-26-17)

Consumer News

Amazon To Buy Whole Foods Grocery Store ChainIn a major shakeup to the grocery industry, Amazon announced it is buying Whole Foods in what's said to be a $7 billion deal. Len Ramirez reports. (6-16-17)
Workers Claim Online Babysitting Startup Stiffs SittersIndependent contractors of a San Francisco-based babysitting agency called Wondersitter say they've been cheated out of months of pay. Andria Borba reports. (6-15-17)
ConsumerWatch Weekend RoundupA look at some of the week's top consumer topics with Julie Watts. (6-10-17)

Gov't, Politics & Law

Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
SF Homelessness Czar Looks Back on 1st Year on the JobWilson Walker talks with Jeff Kositsky, SF Dept of Homelessness & Supportive Housing. (6-23-17)
Parents of Sick Children Protest Senate Healthcare BillIf the Senate bill passes in its present form, critics say millions of the disabled, elderly, and children here could end up without coverage.Susie Steimle reports. (6-22-17)

Internet

New Details Emerge On Hack Attack Of NetflixHackers released episodes of the popular Netflix show Orange is the New Black before it premiered on the Los Gatos streaming service. Maria Medina spoke with a computer security expert to find out how it went down. (6-22-17)
Hackers Strike SF Public Radio Station KQEDComputer systems at San Francisco public broadcasting station KQED were breached in a ransomware hack and the FBI is now investigating. Andria Borba reports. (6-16-17)
Verizon Finalizes Acquisition Of Yahoo, Marking The End Of An EraVerizon finalized its acquisition of Yahoo, the Bay Area company founded in 1994. Kiet Do reports. (6/13/17)

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