Ruling For Billionaire Vinod Khosla Renews Fight Over Martins Beach AccessThe years-long fight over access to a San Mateo County beach next to land owned by a Silicon Valley billionaire is back on. (11/27/19)
'Green Wednesday' Aims To Cash In On Cannabis Deals Before ThanksgivingYou've heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but now there's Green Wednesday. The cannabis industry is looking to cash in on the day before Thanksgiving with its own deals. Betty Yu reports. (11-26-2019)
BART GM Touts Increased Security, Schedule Changes On Listening TourIn his latest stop on his listening tour on Sunday, BART General Manager Bob Powers said there would be a beefed up police presence and a major change to Sunday service. (11/25/19)
Travel Rush Ahead Of Thanksgiving 2019 Underway At Bay Area AirportsThe busy holiday travel season has arrived at Bay Area airports, with hundreds of thousands of people expected to pass through the Bay Area's major airports ahead of Thanksgiving. Jackie Ward reports from SFO. (11/25/19)
Proposed San Jose Hills Vineyard Could Serve As Fire BreakA plan to build a massive vineyard on some barren hillsides in the middle of San Jose is getting some attention at City Hall. Len Ramirez reports. (11-24-2019)
In-N-Out Sued By Cal Fire Over 2017 San Luis Obispo County WildfireCal Fire has filed a million dollar lawsuit against California burger chain In-N-Out claiming the company is responsible for starting a 2017 wildfire in San Luis Obispo County. (11-24-2019)
Bloomberg Makes Huge Ad Buy in CaliforniaWith a massive coast-to-coast advertising buy, Michael Bloomberg hopes to gain an edge when California is up for grabs on Super Tuesday. Wilson Walker reports. (11-22-19)
Tesla Powers Into the Pickup Market With Electric 'Cybertruck'Tesla CEO Elon Musk is taking on the workhorse heavy pickup truck market with his latest electric vehicle the "Cybertruck." Sara Donchey reports. (11-21-19)
Whales In Prime Crabbing Area Could Delay California's Crabbing SeasonCalifornia's commercial crab season may be delayed until December due to a large number of whales that could be entangled in the prime crabbing area of Bodega Bay. Don Ford reports. (11-20-2019)
Facebook To Build Mega Campus At Fremont's Ardenwood Office ParkFacebook plans to build its mega campus in Fremont's Ardenwood Office Park. When it's all done, the cluster of development will total about 1 million square feet. Kiet Do reports. (11-20-2019)
SFO Launching Curbside Uber PickupJust in time for the holiday travel season, passengers at SFO can pay more for Uber drivers to pick them up curbside. (11/20/19)
Marin Businesses Feeling Powerless After PG&E Cancels ShutoffsPlans to cut the electricity in several Bay Area counties were scaled back on Tuesday afternoon. Don Ford reports tells us all the uncertainty has left many small businesses feeling powerless.
Bay Area Officials Welcome Chick-Fil-A After Chain Changes Donation FocusThere's a change of heart toward Chick-Fil-A as the chain makes a difference in San Mateo County. The company issued a press release saying it would focus future donations on education, homelessness and hunger. Kiet Do reports. (11-19-2019)
Ford Unveils Electric Mustang Mach-E SUV; Elon Musk Tweets CongratulationsFord unveiled its all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover SUV on Sunday, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent out a congratulatory tweet following the announcement. Kiet Do reports. (11/19/19)
Team Coverage: PG&E Warns Of Another Power Shutoff Impacting 264,000 CustomersWith the potential for fires increasing, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. warned Monday that more than 260,000 customers could be impacted in another Public Safety Power Shutoff. Anne Makovec and Mary Lee report. (11/18/19)
PG&E Says Potential Power Shutoffs Looming Again This WeekAfter unprecedented power shutoffs last month, PG&E said there could be additional outages this week in some areas, with increased fire danger again in the forecast. Jackie Ward reports. (11/18/19)
Vandals Deface San Francisco Ice Cream Shop With Chemical GraffitiAn ice cream shop owner is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of vandals who have twice defiled his store with deep etchings in the front windows as well as graffiti that appears to have been drawn with acid. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-17-2019)
PG&E: High Wind Event Could Prompt Power Shutoffs In North Bay, Sierra This WeekPG&E is warning of another potential power shutoff in many Northern California counties starting Wednesday due to a high wind event. Betty Yu reports. (11-17-2019)
Unemployment in California Falls to New LowCalifornia's unemployment rate fell to a record low in October. Labor expert Michael Bernick discusses the new data with Allen Martin and Veronica De La Cruz. (11-15-19)
Cafe In San Francisco's North Beach Tries To Fight Off EvictionThe owners of Caffe Sapore in San Francisco's North Beach plans to fight after their landlord issued an eviction notice, telling them to vacate their location after 23 years. Jackie Ward reports. (11/14/19)
San Francisco Residents Rally Against Evictions Of Aging Local Celebrity, Popular CafeNeighbors in North Beach are rallying to oppose two-high profile evictions, one of an aging local celebrity and the other of a popular corner cafe. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-13-2019)
Airbnb, San Jose State Partner To House Homeless StudentsIn a first-of-its-kind program, Airbnb is partnering with San Jose State to house students who would otherwise be homeless. Kiet Do reports. (11-13-2019)
Berkeley Farms Owner Dean Foods Files For BankruptcyDean Foods, the nation's largest dairy producer and owner of Berkeley Farms, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. (11/13/19)
Google Reportedly Collecting Health Data On Millions Of AmericansA report in the Wall Street Journal says Google has gathered health data on millions of Americans without their knowledge. (11/12/19)

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