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Google Wrangles with City of Mountain View Over Housing, Office SpaceGoogle to Mountain View: if you want to build housing near our campus, we want something in return. Len Ramirez reports. (9-28-17)
Better Business Bureau Warning Of Online Puppy ScammersThe Better Business Bureau is warning people about a new scam targeting animal lovers looking to buy a pet on the Internet. Anne Makovec tells us the pets often don't exist.
Google Hit By Discrimination LawsuitA new lawsuit accuses Google of discriminating against female employees with lower pay and fewer opportunities to move up the ranks. Devin Fehely reports. (9-14-17)
Concord Is Competing To Be Amazon's Second HeadquartersThe city of Concord announced it is competing for Amazon's second headquarters. John Ramos reports. (9/12/17)
Man's DIY Kludge Spreads Internet Access Across Coastal Marin VillageBrandt Kuykendall moved to Dillon Beach, in Marin County, to get away from it all. Then his daughter said she needed Internet access for school. Now Brandt is a one-man ISP. John Ramos reports. (9-7-17)
Google Extends Free Shuttle Service in Mountain ViewTest runs of the free community shuttles in Mountain View have been a success and Google announced they'll keep funding the program until the end of 2018. Len Ramirez reports. (9-4-17)

Business

Northern California's Marijuana Industry Takes A Hit From WildfiresThe Northern California wildfires have hit the marijuana industry, burning dozens of pot farms and leaving many more engulfed in smoke.Juliette Goodrich reports. (10/17/17)
Tiles Falling Off New Homes in San JoseHeavy, decorative tiles have been falling off the side of homes in the Communications Hill Promenade -- a brand new subdivision in south San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (10-6-17)
Some Bay Area Whole Foods Locations Targeted By HackersWhole Foods is warning customers of several Bay Area locations that they could be victims of a credit card breach involving the chain. Jessica Flores reports. (10/6/17)

News

SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

Technology & Computing

Some Bay Area Whole Foods Locations Targeted By HackersWhole Foods is warning customers of several Bay Area locations that they could be victims of a credit card breach involving the chain. Jessica Flores reports. (10/6/17)
AAA Study Finds Drivers Increasingly Distracted By Dashboard TechA new study by AAA finds drivers have become increasingly distracted by infotainment systems in dashboards, which have become much more sophisticated over the years. Jessica Flores reports. (10/5/17)
New App Tracks Local Crime in Real TimeA smartphone app designed to track crimes as they happen just got a $12 million influx of investor cash. It’s now launched service in San Francisco but not everyone thinks this is a good idea. Katie Nielsen reports. (9-29-17)

Gov't, Politics & Law

San Jose Gun Owners Required To Lock Up Firearms Before Leaving HomeTo keep guns out of the hands of residential burglars, San Jose is requiring gun owners to lock up their firearms before leaving home. Devin Fehely reports. (10/18/17)
Wildfire Victims Sue PG&E While Officials Continue To Investigate CauseThe first lawsuit in the wine country wildfires was filed by a Santa Rosa couple who blames PG&E for the inferno that turned their home to ash. Phil Matier reports. (10/18/17)
At Issue: Federal Funds for Wildfire ReliefKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses the California wildfires with U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord). (10-15-17)

Local News

SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

National News

President Trump's Condolence Calls Come Under ScrutinyTrump is under fire for condolence call he made to widow of a U.S. soldier who died in West Africa. (10/18/17)
Wildfire Victims Sue PG&E While Officials Continue To Investigate CauseThe first lawsuit in the wine country wildfires was filed by a Santa Rosa couple who blames PG&E for the inferno that turned their home to ash. Phil Matier reports. (10/18/17)
FEMA Vows To Help Northern California Fire VictimsWhile FEMA is promising to provide support to wildfire victims, it is also working disasters across 20 states. Joe Vazquez reports.

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SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

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