Lawmakers, Consumers Want State AG To Investigate California's High Gas Prices
A recent report says California pays as much as thirty cents more per gallon than they should. Emily Turner reports lawmakers and consumers want the state Attorney Generall to find out why.

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Vehicular Victims of Bay Area Potholes Have Options for ReimbursementThe rain has let up -- now the potholes have sprung up and that means teeth-jarring rides on many Bay Area roads. KPIX 5's Kiet Do is in San Jose with the lowdown for drivers when the asphalt landmines damage your car. (3-7-19)
As Recycling Centers Close, California Consumers Lose Millions in DepositsCalifornia consumers lost out on at least $308 million in nickel deposits on cans and bottles in 2018, largely because it’s increasingly difficult to find a place to recycle them, according to a new report made public Thursday. Melissa Caen reports. (2-28-19)
ConsumerWatch: Tax RefundsThe IRS is urging people not to draw conclusions from the weekly data on tax refunds -- the numbers will continue to fluctuate week-to-week. Bottom line: there are so many changes it's going to impact everyone differently. Julie Watts explains. (2-28-19)
ConsumerWatch: Energy Billing ConfusionA social media storm is swirling in the East Bay over higher energy bills. Many customers are blaming a new "green energy" supplier. Julie Watts reports. (2-8-19)
Super Bowl Advertisers Steer Clear of Hot Button IssuesFor many people the actual Super Bowl game is just a way to break up the commercials. Julie Watts takes a look at some of the early favorites for best commercial this year and some of the best (and worst) of years past. (2-3-19)
Net Neutrality Defenders Head To Federal CourtSupporters of net neutrality are heading to federal court on Friday as they continue their challenge against the FCC's decision to repeal rules put in place by the Obama administration. Kiet Do reports. (2/1/19)

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