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Pet Waste Bag Program Aims To Convert SF Dog Poop Into CompostWaste bags that convert poop into compost are being made available to dog owners in San Francisco.
Lawmakers' Report Finds Crowded Airbnb Rentals In New YorkA report on New York City Airbnb rentals has found cases of air mattresses in kitchens, bunk beds in dining areas and listings for up to 32 people.
Palo Alto Looks To Fast Track $15 Minimum WageThe Palo Alto City Council will consider an ordinance Monday evening that would adjust its minimum wage ordinance to provide a $15 hourly rate by 2019.
New Home Sales Surge In Western States Despite Overall U.S. SlumpSales of new homes fell in all regions of the country except the West. The median price of a new home sold in August was $284,000.
Homeland Security Wants To Shut Down South Bay UniversitySeveral colleges in California have recently been caught abusing the system. KPIX 5 has learned Homeland Security wants to shut another one down.
New Website Lets Users Register To Vote By Text MessageUnregistered voters can now register by text message thanks to 'Hello Vote.'
Snapchat Changes Company Name And Focus With Video 'Spectacles'Social media app Snapchat is introducing video-recording glasses called Spectacles and is changing its company name to Snap Inc.
Soil Analysis Planned At The Leaning Millennium Tower Of San FranciscoManagement at San Francisco’s leaning Millennium Tower plan to install devices surrounding the luxury tower to collect soil data.
Google Self-Driving Car Involved In Mountain View CrashGoogle confirmed that one of the company's self-driving cars was involved in an accident Friday afternoon on city streets in Mountain View.
Bay Area Rent Control Propositions Restricted By Existing California LawFive Bay Area cities will be voting on whether to implement rent control in November, but a California law has long-restricted rent control statewide.
California Child Credit Freeze Legislation Signed Into LawCalifornia parents now have a new tool to protect kids from identity theft thanks to a new law just signed on Friday by Governor Jerry Brown.
Twitter Surges After Report That It May Be Close To SaleTwitter's stock surged Friday following a report that the social media company, forever struggling in Facebook's shadow, is close to a sale.

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