San Francisco Seizes Wayward Scooters to Curb Sidewalk Clutter
San Francisco has pulled the plug on electric scooters that authorities say were blocking sidewalks and building entrances. Susie Steimle reports. (4-13-18)

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Statistics Indicating Possible Race Bias by Oakland Police Discussed at Town HallAt Laney College Thursday night, Oakland PD chief Anne Kirkpatrick, Stanford data scientist and mayor Libby Schaaf faced the public to discuss a study showing possible racial profiling of African Americans by police. Andria Borba reports. (7-19-18)
Race Expert Dismissed After Researching Bias in Oakland ArrestsThe Oakland city council struck down a contract extension for a Stanford professor who was researching whether police unfairly target African Americans. Da Lin reports. (7-19-18)
E. Palo Alto Plan Would Give People Living In Cars, RV's Permanent ParkingEast Palo Alto may give people who live in motor homes, cars and RVs a permanent parking space. Len Ramirez has details of the plan.
Family Wants To Warn Boaters After Man Drowns In Freak Accident On DeltaA boater enjoying a day on the water was killed in a freak accident, when he was sucked underwater by a pipe in the Delta, and drowned. Juliette Goodrich says others must be warned, but it's not that simple.
Beach Out of Reach Becomes Focus of Coastal Access DebateFew people have visited Cuarta Canyon beach on the Central California coast. The pristine beach lies inside Hollister Ranch and, for now, is only accessible by sea. Kiet Do and Devin Fehely took a kayak tour of this far shore which has become a focus in the debate over private property and public access. (7-15-18)
At Issue: California Coastal AccessWho should have access to beaches along the California coast? KPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with S.F. Supervisor and California Coastal Commissioner Aaron Peskin. (7-15-18)

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