News

Golden State Killer And Rapist Taken Into Police CustodyA former law enforcement officer has been arrested for killings and rapes that took place in the 1970s and 1980s in the San Francisco Bay Area. Christin Ayers, Elizabeth Cook, Joe Vazquez and Veronica De La Cruz report.
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New Push To Speed Up Testing Of Rape KitsSanta Clara County officials announced a plan to cut through a backlog of 200 rape cases that still haven't gone through the county's crime lab. Len Ramirez reports. (4/25/18)

Technology & Computing

Amazon Is Trying To Put Deliveries In The Trunk Of Your CarAmazon is testing a new service in San Francisco that unlocks your parked car and puts deliveries in the trunk. Julie Watts reports. (4/24/18)
San Francisco Seizes Electric Scooters While Finalizing RegulationsSan Francisco is cracking down on electric scooters while also trying to set some ground rules. Joe Vazquez reports. (4/23/18)
Network Of Surveillance Cameras Near San Francisco's Union Square Is GrowingA network of security cameras in San Francisco is about to get much bigger. Katie Nielsen reports. (4/23/18)

General

BART Tests On 10-Mile Stretch North Of San Jose Could Get NoisyThe quiet neighborhoods that border the BART tracks in Berryessa are to get noisy. Len Ramirez tells us it's because BART and VTA are running round-the-clock trains, to test the new tracks north of San Jose.
Rebuilding After Wine Country Wildfires Creates Jobs For Skilled Construction WorkersAfter the devastating wine country wildfires, homeowners are starting to rebuild. Shirin Rajaee tells us how skilled construction workers are getting trained and hired.
3-Alarm Fire In SF's Inner Sunset DistrictSan Francisco firefighters battled a three-alarm fire in the Sunset District Saturday night.

Local News

New Push To Speed Up Testing Of Rape KitsSanta Clara County officials announced a plan to cut through a backlog of 200 rape cases that still haven't gone through the county's crime lab. Len Ramirez reports. (4/25/18)
Reuben Foster's Ex-Girlfriend Recants Allegation Of Domestic ViolenceThe former girlfriend of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster has recanted her story about Foster hitting her, rupturing her eardrum and causing bodily harm. (4/25/18)
Citrus Heights Man Suspected Of Being Golden State Killer ArrestedTeam coverage of DNA evidence leading authorities to suspect in East Area Rapist and Golden State Killer cases (4-25-2018)

Teens

Community Gets Pleasanton High School Wrestler Paralyzed In Freak Accident A Custom CarAn entire community stepped up to help a Pleasanton teen who was paralyzed after a wrestling accident. Juliette Goodrich shows us how they made Myles Molnar's wish for a custom car come true.
Teens Ditching Facebook For SnapchatNew numbers show Facebook is losing younger users and it's projected to get worse. As Kiet Do reports, Facebook's loss is Snapchat's gain.
Genesys Works Gives Teens A Head Start In BusinessExecutive director of Genesys Works Peter Katz talks about how this non-profit is helping teens land internships with some of the Bay Area's top companies.

Cell Phones

Bay Area High School Is Helping Students Ditch Cellphones In The ClassroomA high school in San Anselmo has students parking their cellphones upon entering the classroom. John Ramos reports. (4/24/18)
More Californians Texting While Driving Than EverA new study says people are not getting the message about texting and driving. Jackie Ward reports that some of the worst culprits are in California.
ConsumerWatch: Beware of Navigation App ShortcutsTraffic apps have a mind of their own -- and don't always take drivers on the best route. Julie Watts reports. (4-6-18)

General

Families Submit DNA Samples To Help Crack Unsolved Missing Persons CasesInvestigators in San Mateo County are asking families to come forward with DNA samples to try to crack some of their oldest missing persons cases. Devin Fehely met one family hoping for closure.
More Californians Texting While Driving Than EverA new study says people are not getting the message about texting and driving. Jackie Ward reports that some of the worst culprits are in California.
$1 Bird Scooters Pop Up In San Francisco And San JoseBird scooters hit the streets without much notice. Public officials aren't thrilled. Maria Medina reports. (3/28/18)

Internet

Meet Alicia Jay, Creator Of 'Tall Swag'Black Renaissance's Roqui Theus gets style advice for women with the 'gift of height' from Alicia Jay, creator of the blog 'Tall Swag.'
Facebook Funds Campaign To Block Data Privacy Ballot MeasureFacebook contributed $200,000 to fight the California Consumer Privacy Act and has given millions more to legislators. Julie Watts reports. (3/28/18)
Facebook's Failure To Protect Users Leads To Stock DropLegislators speak out and Facebook stock drops amid Cambridge Analytica debacle and user data concerns. Kiet Do reports. (3/19/18)

Social Media

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Goes To WashingtonFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg started on his apology tour in Washington D.C. as he prepares to appear before Congress. Katie Nielsen reports. (4/9/18)
Facebook Users Reflect On Cambridge Analytica Data BreachFacebook is telling its users whether they were affected by the Cambridge Analytica data breach. Mary Lee reports. (4/9/18)
Talking Politics: Facebook Grilled / Trump and EvangelicalsKPIX 5's Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and former S.F. mayor Willie Brown hash over two of the week's hot topics. (4-8-18)

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