ConsumerWatch Weekend: Airline Passenger RightsCongress approved airline legislation that reauthorizes the Federal Aviation Administration for five years. Julie Watts talks about what's in this legislation with Joe Rideout. (10-7-18)
ConsumerWatch: LaCroix Purity ChallengedLaCroix sparkling water is facing a lawsuit alleging its claims of "all natural" and "100 percent natural" are misleading because of artificial ingredients. Julie Watts reports. (10-5-18)
Gas Tax Repeal Supporters Look To Stop High-Speed RailSupporters of Proposition 6, which would repeal recent gas tax hikes, are also launching a campaign to stop the state's high-speed rail project. Jackie Ward reports. (9/25/18)
S.F.'s Former Chief Building Inspector Accused of Defrauding CityRodrigo Santos was once the president of the San Francisco Building Inspection Commission. Now he's in some hot water. His firm has been accused of submitting bogus documents and plans for work on three homes. Julie Watts reports. (9-20-19)
Tech Workers Delay Starting Families Due to Cost of LivingSome Bay Area tech workers say the high cost of living in Silicon Valley is preventing them from becoming parents. Julie Watts reports. (9-13-18)
ConsumerWatch: Cashier CrackdownYou go to lunch, the cashier rings you up then turns the register around and asks you to sign. As it turns out -- that's illegal. Consumer reporter Julie Watts reports on why many stores can't seem to get the law right. (8-30-18)
Head of State Democratic Party Calls Out In-N-Out Burger for Campaign ContributionsThe leader of the state Democratic Party is targeting the iconic California burger chain saying he's not happy that In-N-Out has been contributing to Republican campaigns. Mary Lee reports. (8-30-18)
Kaiser Stops Charging 2 Co-Payments For EpiPen Prescriptions Following ComplaintsKaiser Permanente is making changes following our reports it was rationing the lifesaving EpiPen by only giving patients half of their prescription – one syringe instead of the usual two - and charging two co-payments. Julie Watts reports. (8/29/18)
Fire Chief Says Verizon Needs to Drop 1st Responder Data CapsA Marin County battalion chief says Verizon needs to do more to make high-speed data constantly available to emergency response teams. Andria Borba reports. (8-24-18)
First Responders Say Verizon Data Throttling Impedes Wildfire ResponseSanta Clara County says their fire department's data was throttled as they fought the state's largest wildfire in history. That made it difficult for them to share vital information with the public. Julie Watts reports. (8-22-18)
Kaiser Patients Complain of Insufficient EpiPen PrescriptionsPatients say Kaiser is refusing to give them their full two-dose prescription for the version of the EpiPen that Kaiser covers and patients say they're terrified their kids will pay the price. (8-17-18)
ConsumerWatch: Tainted Breakfast CerealsA new report finds that popular breakfast foods, including some cereals and granolas contain weed-killing chemical that some experts have linked to cancer. Julie Watts reports. (8-15-18)
Bay Area Auto Club Celebrates Ford's 10 Millionth MustangFord Motor Co. marked production of the 10 millionth Mustang with celebrations Wednesday at the automaker's headquarters and at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant and here, in the Bay Area, longtime fans of the iconic sports car praised its virtues. John Ramos reports. (8-8-18)
ConsumerWatch: New Phishing Scam Involves 'Sextortion'The newest phishing scam circulating online is sure to get your attention -- it has to do with porn and your password. Julie Watts reports. (7-26-18)
ConsumerWatch WeekendJulie Watts talks with Marissa DiBartolo, editor at The Pop Insider and The Toy Insider, about summer toy trends. (7-21-18)
Owner Facing Allegations Of Animal Abuse At Two Bay Area Pet Grooming BusinessesThe owner of a Bay Area pet grooming company accused of taping a dog's mouth shut, runs more than one business accused of animal abuse.
Twitter Removes Millions of Fake FollowersIt's being called the Great Twitter Purge. The social media platform just trashed tens of millions of fake accounts. Julie Watts reports. (7-13-18)
Build-A-Bear Stores Swamped with Customers on Pay Your Age DayPay Your Age Day didn’t go as expected for Build-A-Bear-Workshop. Massive lines all around the country forced the retail company to close its promotion in many locations. Julie Watts wraps up coverage from several Bay Area locations. (7-12-18)
At Issue: Scuttling the Soda TaxKPIX 5's Phil Matier asks state senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) to explain how the progress to tax sugary drinks in California was derailed. (7-8-18)
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Kids and TechSummer is in full swing and that means kids have more free time for technology. KPIX 5's Julie Watts talks with Dr. Catherine Pearlman, a family coach and author of "Ignore It" (7-7-18)
Pacifica Man Launches Craft DistilleryWhat started out as a side hustle is quickly turning into big business for one Bay Area entrepreneur. Julie Watts reports on how Jason Tripp's love of craft spirits is paying off. (7-6-18)
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Social Media in the WorkplaceSaturday marks the ninth annual Social Media Day. While social media may be great for sharing selfies and cute cat pictures it has also become an important tool for building brands and even your career. Julie Watts talked with Mehak Vohra, founder of Jamocha Media, a digital marketing company in San Francisco. (6-30-18)
Industry Pulls Ballot Measure to Shift Cost of Lead Paint Cleanup to TaxpayersFacing pressure from consumer watchdog groups some paint companies agreed to drop a ballot measure that would have shifted liability for lead paint cleanup from the companies to California taxpayers. Julie Watts reports. (6-28-18)
Caught On Video: Oakland Realtors Coach Buyers On How To Profit From Tenant EvictionKPIX's undercover cameras caught Oakland realtors at open houses coaching buyers on how to legally profit from tenant evictions. Susie Steimle tells us about the loophole on the books, that makes those evictions possible.

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