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Lawsuit Filed To Stop PG&E Plan To Cut Trees In LafayetteActivists in Lafayette are trying to ax a plan to chop down hundreds of trees around town. (7-27-17)
Santa Rosa Tries to Annex Neighboring Lands to Grow the CitySanta Rosa is trying to annex a chunk of land in unincorporated Roseland and other pockets of Sonoma County southwest of the city but the people who live there have some questions. Emily Turner reports. (7-27-17)
Worsening Bay Area Commute Begins at 4 AMNew data from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission suggests you may have to set the alarm even earlier to get to work. Da Lin reports. (7-27-17)
Philips 66 Wants to Double Number of Oil Tankers Arriving at Rodeo RefineryThe Phillips 66 refinery wants to double the number of tankers that deliver crude but concerns about the environment have prompted opposition from residents in Vallejo. Susie Steimle reports. (7-27-17)
Raw Video: Eric Reid Reports To 49ers Training Camp49ers Safety Eric Reid speaks to the media on Thursday after reporting to training camp. (7-27-17)
SF Non-Profit Giving Entrepreneurs A Kick-Start In Restaurant BusinessJefferson Award winner heads a San Francisco non-profit providing affordable commercial kitchen space to entrepreneurs, especially low-income women of color and other immigrants. Sharon Chin reports.

Technology & Computing

ConsumerWatch: Hackers Target Realtors' Email AccountsBay Area home buyers are falling victim to an alarming new scam. As Julie Watts explains, one woman lost a half million dollars. (7-27-17)
East Bay Convicted Felon Faces Prison After Posing With Guns On FacebookAn East Bay man and convicted felon is facing up to 10 years in federal prison after Facebook posts which show him with three semiautomatic weapons. Christin Ayers reports. (7/26/17)
Family Of Paris Attack Victim Sues Google, Facebook, TwitterA lawsuit brought on by a Paris terror attack victim accusing Google, Facebook and Twitter of helping spread terrorist propaganda before the attack will be heard in a Bay Area courtroom Thursday. Jessica Flores reports. (7/27/17)

Financial 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)
Pink Triangle, Symbol of SF Pride, Unfurled on Twin PeaksCrafted from more than an acre of cloth, the Pink Triangle on Twin Peaks is an eye-catching symbol of San Francisco Pride weekend. Devin Fehely reports. (6-24-17)
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)

Consumer News

ConsumerWatch: Hackers Target Realtors' Email AccountsBay Area home buyers are falling victim to an alarming new scam. As Julie Watts explains, one woman lost a half million dollars. (7-27-17)
International Airlines Slow To Compensate Travelers For Delayed FlightsSome travelers find international airlines are slow to compensate travelers for delayed flights. Julie Watts reports.
Robotic Vacuum Cleaner May Be Sucking Up Your Household's Private InformationTechnology designed to make our lives easier may come with a serious tradeoff: your privacy. Juliette Goodrich reports on some serious concerns raised by the new Roomba 980.

Cell Phones

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)
California Academy of Sciences Tracks Health of Coastal Ecology with 'Bio Blitz'The California Academy of Sciences wants people to help take stock of the Bay Area's diverse ecosystem. KPIX 5's Simon Perez joined a group of volunteer scientists at Muir Beach. (6-30-17)
Plan To Install 50,000 Cell Towers In California Faces OppositionOpposition mounts against a plan to installation hundreds of cell towers in cities across California with no local input on where they go. Phil Matier reports. (6/28/16)

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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