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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UC Berkeley Considers New Speaker Policy After ProtestsOfficials at UC Berkeley are planning to roll out a new policy for inviting speakers after protests erupted over the invitations of right-wing speakers Milo Yiannopolis and Ann Coulter. Anne Makovec reports. (7/20/17)
Detwiler Fire Yosemite Continues To GrowThousands of people remain evacuated Thursday as the Detwiler Fire west of Yosemite National Park continues to grow. Katie Neilsen reports. (7/20/17)
Hayward Police Search For Gunman Who Killed Man Pushing Baby In StrollerA man pushing a three-month-old baby in a stroller along a street in a residential neighborhood of unincorporated Hayward was shot to death. Christin Ayers reports. (7/19/17)
Outpouring Of Sympathy For Senator John McCainMajor political figures are expressing their support and sympathy for Senator John McCain after news that he has a brain tumor. Joe Vazquez reports. (7/19/17)
Spirit Airlines Flight From Oakland Makes Unexpected LandingDisturbance aboard a Spirit Airlines flight from Oakland to Baltimore prompts unexpected landing in Denver. (7/19/17)
Firefighters Babysit Homes Threatened By Detwiler WildfireFirefighters stay at homes that are threatened by the wildfire near Mariposa. Andria Borba reports. (7/19/17)

Family & Parenting

Girl Scout Lobbies Sunnyvale To Build Playground For Kids Of All Abilities18-year-old Esther Lucas spoke and a city council listened. Sunnyvale now stands to build a playground uniquely designed for kids with all kinds of abilities and disabilities. Sharon Chin reports. (7-14-17)
Facebook Photos Of Homeless Infant On SF Street Prompts Police ResponseA homeless newborn baby on the streets of San Francisco has generated an outpouring of outrage and empathy on social media. Devin Fehely reports. (7-14-17)
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)

Consumer News

ConsumerWatch: Net Neutrality ShowdownThe FCC is taking public comment on a proposal to eliminate so-called net neutrality protections and consumer reporter Julie Watts takes a look at what that could mean for the future of the Internet. (7-16-17)
ConsumerWatch Weekend RoundupMicrosoft's introduction of an iPhone app to help the blind plus a recall by Honda top this roundup of consumer news with Julie Watts. (7-15-17)
ConsumerWatch: National Bridal Gown Maker Abruptly ClosesSome brides-to-be are getting some bad news -- one of the nation's biggest makers of wedding dresses has suddenly closed up shop. Julie Watts reports on the dress mess. (7-14-17)

Gov't, Politics & Law

People Worry About Life, And Death, Without Covered California"How am I going to stay alive? Because if I don't get this, it's a death sentence," says one California resident who relies on Covered California to get a very expensive, life-saving medicine. Jackie Ward reports. (7/18/17)
Berkeley Residents Speak With Police About Handling Of Violent ProtestsBerkeley residents are meeting with the police department about how they plan to handle violent protests. Christin Ayers reports.
Republicans In California Legislature Help Pass Cap-And-Trade DealCalifornia lawmakers have voted to extend the state’s landmark law to combat climate change after hours of fraught debate and days of direct appeals from Gov. Jerry Brown. Joe Vazquez reports. (7/17/17)

Internet

ConsumerWatch: Net Neutrality ShowdownThe FCC is taking public comment on a proposal to eliminate so-called net neutrality protections and consumer reporter Julie Watts takes a look at what that could mean for the future of the Internet. (7-16-17)
Silicon Valley Tech Companies Fight For Net NeutralitySilicon Valley tech giants defend net neutrality on a national day of action and urged the FCC to back off. Julie Watts reports. (7/12/17)
Intel Brings Virtual Reality Game Coverage to AT&T ParkAre you ready for virtual reality coverage of Major League Baseball? As KPIX 5's Dennis O'Donnell reports, it's here now. (7-4-17)

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