A digital wonderland on San Francisco's Market Street called Onedome is transporting visitors to a futuristic playground of sorts. Betty Yu reports. (3/22/19)

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Advocates Seek Traffic Safety State Of Emergency After Tourist Killed In San Francisco CrashDays after a tourist was killed by a speeding driver in San Francisco's Tenderloin, advocates for pedestrians and bicyclists want city leaders to declare a state of emergency on traffic safety. Da Lin reports. (7/23/19)
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Netflix Documentary 'The Great Hack" Explores Cambridge Analytica ScandalBetty Yu reports on new documentary that looks at the dark side of social media data (7-22-2019)
Advocates Say Daly City Police Violated Sanctuary State Law Working With ICEChristin Ayers reports on Daly City police being criticized for hanging undocumented immigrant over to ICE authorities (7-22-2019)
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City Officials Did Not Know About ICE Deportation Flights Out Of Oakland InterntionalJuliette Goodrich reports on Oakland officials being unaware of ICE deportation flights from Oakland International Airport (7-22-2019)
Iran: 17 Iranians Arrested, Accused Of Spying For CIAA new flashpoint in the conflict between the United States and Iran centers on international espionage. Allen Martin tells us Iran has accused 17 people of spying for the CIA.
Northbound I-880 Closed In Oakland Due To Police ActivityKen Bastida reports on police activity shutting down northbound lanes of I-880 at 98th Avenue in Oakland (7-22-2019)
Suspected Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Popular SF GrocerA man is behind bars in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed a popular grocery store owner. Andria Borba tells us more about the 2 year old case involving Gus the Grocer.
Caltrain Multi-Billion Dollar Plan Promises Major Upgrades To Commuter Rail SystemCaltrain is proposing a $25 billion project that could make the commuter rail system more like BART. Susie Steimle tells us that would mean more trains, , and increased ridership.
Bay Area Priest Accused Of Embezzling Nearly $100,000 May Not Be ProsecutedWilson Walker reports on church officials and parishioners shocked at accusations longtime priest stole thousands (7-22-2019)
Driver Identified In San Francisco Crash That Killed Tourist, Severely Injured WifePolice have identified the driver of a rented Tesla who allegedly ran a red light at a high speed through an intersection in San Francisco and crashed into a tourist couple crossing the street, killing the husband and critically injuring his wife. Joe Vazquez reports. (7/22/19)
Marin Homeowner Denied Permit For Backup Generator As PG&E Power Shutoffs LoomCalifornians are told large wildfires may be the new normal and residents should prepare for power shutoffs. John Ramos met a Mill Valley homeowner who hit a wall at City Hall, when he tried to do just that.

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