Data Helps Zero In On Worst Blocks In San Francisco For Car Break-InsA Bay Area parking app company recently compiled data on where not to park in San Francisco. Sharon Chin reports. (1/16/18)
CHP Officer On Parked Motorcycle Struck By Suspected DUI DriverA CHP officer who was struck by a vehicle and pinned under another vehicle managed to call 911. The driver who hit him was arrested for DUI. Christin Ayers reports. (1/16/18)
7 Adults, 5 Juveniles Arrested In San Jose Crime SpreeMembers of a violent gang allegedly responsible for dozens of robberies, carjackings and a shooting in San Jose since last summer, arrested. Betty Yu reports. (1/16/18)
Bay Area Girl Falls Through Gap At Petaluma SMART Train StationA young girl fell through the gap and onto the tracks. The girl was rescued without any major injuries, but the girl's mother is calling for change. Joe Vazquez reports. (1/16/18)
High School Student Paralyzed From Neck Down After Wrestling Match InjuryA high school community is rallying around an East bay teenager who suffered a life-changing injury. Juliette Goodrich tells us Ryan Joseph is not paralyzed from the neck down..
Digital Ads Cover News Racks On San Francisco's Market StreetAbout 60 news racks across downtown San Francisco have been transformed into digital ad space. Jackie Ward reports. (1/16/18)

Technology & Computing

Data Helps Zero In On Worst Blocks In San Francisco For Car Break-InsA Bay Area parking app company recently compiled data on where not to park in San Francisco. Sharon Chin reports. (1/16/18)
Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Santa Cruz Company Targets Electric Skateboard at Solo Urban CommutersKyle Doerksen, with Future Motion Inc in Santa Cruz, was inspired by a love of snowboarding to create an electric vehicle that's about as small as it can get. KPIX 5's Kiet Do took the "Onewheel" for a spin. (1-11-18)

Financial News

Long Lines At Assessor's Office As Homeowners Rush To Pay 2017 Property TaxesA lot of homeowners are rushing to pay their 2018 property taxes before the end of the year before the new Trump tax code kicks in, but Melissa Caen reports, Californians won't have that luxury.
Smoke Billows From Russian Consulate In San FranciscoThe consulate on Green Street in the city's Pacific Heights neighborhood is in the process of being shut down on orders of the Trump administration and, on Friday, smoke was seen billowing from the rooftop chimney. Andria Borba reports. (9-1-17)
San Francisco's Anchor Brewing Company Acquired By SapporoAnchor Brewing company, where modern craft beer brewing originated, has been acquired by Japanese brewer Sapporo Holdings Limited. Wilson Walker reports. (8-3-17)

Consumer News

California Legislators Propose Greater Wildfire Insurance ProtectionCalifornia lawmakers are taking steps to protect Californians from the suffering that follows a wildfire. Emily Turner reports. (1/16/18)
CVS To Stop Photoshopping Models In Cosmetics Ads By 2019Retail giant CVS will no longer alter marketing materials for its makeup ads. Andrea Nakano tells us why.
Tenants Complain S.F. Affordable Rental Program Lets Landlords Play FavoritesThere are numerous complaints about San Francisco's affordable rental program and they're coming from both tenants and landlords. Susie Steimle reports. (1-11-18)

Cell Phones

Apple Apologizes For Making Older iPhone Battery SlowApple publicly apologized to customers for the battery performance of older iPhone models. Maria Medina tells us what the company is doing to make things right.
Apple Hit With Lawsuits Over iPhone Speed-ThrottlingA class-action lawsuit argues that Apple defrauded iPhone users with a software update which slowed some older phones' performance. Laurie Perez reports. (12-21-17)
Hillsborough Homeowners Push Back Against Cell TowersResidents of Hillsborough have been protesting plans to build 16 cellphone towers in their town and it looks like their efforts have paid off. Kiet Do reports. (12-21-17)


FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps as they see fit or charge more for faster speeds. Allen Martin reports. (12-14-17)
FCC Repeals Obama-Era Net Neutrality RulesThe Federal Communications Commission on Thursday overturned “net neutrality.” (12/14/17)
UPS Workers Delivering Overtime To Meet Online Purchasing DemandsUPS workers may have to work up to 70 hours in an eight-day period in order to deliver products purchased via the Internet over the holidays. Susie Steimle reports. (12/4/17)

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