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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.
Mayor Says Google Won't Get Subsidies, Tax Breaks For San Jose CampusMayor Sam Liccardo says Google agreed to buy the land for its proposed San Jose campus for more than double what the city originally paid. Devin Fehely reports. (2-1-18)
Sweatcoin App Gives You Cryptocurrency For Working OutAn app gives users cryptocurrency based on how many steps they take. Susie Steimle reports. (1/31/18)
YouTube Stars Putting Some Parents On EdgeYouTube stardom that leads to earning millions in advertising raises red flags for parents. Joe Vazquez reports. (1/24/18)
FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps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)

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State Assemblywoman Garcia Denies Groping AccusationsA California lawmaker at the forefront of the #MeToo movement, who faces sexual misconduct allegations herself, has denied the accusations.(2/20/18)
Monday Night Forecast With Brian HackneyFreezing overnight temps.
Black Panthers Sets Box Office Records, Shines Light On OaklandThe movie Black Panther smashed box office records this weekend raking in an estimated $235 million. Christin Ayers says director Ryan Coogler's Oakland roots shine in this film.

Local News

Students Grill Lawmakers On Gun Policies After Florida School ShootingStudents and parents who lost children to school shootings are urging lawmakers and President Donald Trump to restrict access to assault weapons. Betty Yu reports. (2/21/18)
Theater Chain Cinemark Unveils New Security Guidelines On Bags, BackpacksA movie theater chain is taking new precautions to ensure moviegoers' safety in the wake of the latest mass shooting. Emily Turner reports. (2/21/18)
San Francisco District Attorney Looks To Prosecute More Car Break-InsThe District Attorney's Office has asked the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for $1 million to fund a car break-in crackdown. Susie Steimle reports. (2/21/18)

National News

Students Grill Lawmakers On Gun Policies After Florida School ShootingStudents and parents who lost children to school shootings are urging lawmakers and President Donald Trump to restrict access to assault weapons. Betty Yu reports. (2/21/18)
Theater Chain Cinemark Unveils New Security Guidelines On Bags, BackpacksA movie theater chain is taking new precautions to ensure moviegoers' safety in the wake of the latest mass shooting. Emily Turner reports. (2/21/18)
Case Where Man Lives For Hours After Being Pronounced Dead Heads To TrialThe case where a doctor wrongly pronounced a man dead will head to trial. (2/20/18)

Social Media

Trump Fumes About Russia Investigation and OprahPres. Trump was quite active on Twitter Sunday. Lashing out at Oprah Winfrey and the FBI. (2-18-18)
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.
YouTube Stars Putting Some Parents On EdgeYouTube stardom that leads to earning millions in advertising raises red flags for parents. Joe Vazquez reports. (1/24/18)

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Students Grill Lawmakers On Gun Policies After Florida School ShootingStudents and parents who lost children to school shootings are urging lawmakers and President Donald Trump to restrict access to assault weapons. Betty Yu reports. (2/21/18)
Theater Chain Cinemark Unveils New Security Guidelines On Bags, BackpacksA movie theater chain is taking new precautions to ensure moviegoers' safety in the wake of the latest mass shooting. Emily Turner reports. (2/21/18)
San Francisco District Attorney Looks To Prosecute More Car Break-InsThe District Attorney's Office has asked the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for $1 million to fund a car break-in crackdown. Susie Steimle reports. (2/21/18)

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