President Trump said Sunday that he did nothing wrong in his conversations with the Ukranian president. But he did admit that they talked about Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. Melissa Caen reports. (9-22-2019)

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Taxi Drivers Worry AB 5 Could Hurt Way Cab Companies OperateCab drivers in the South Bay are fighting AB-5, the new California law designed to help gig workers by reclassifying them from contractors to company employees. Len Ramirez reports. (9-19-19)
Trump Accuses San Francisco Of Environmental Violations Due To Homeless PopulationPresident Trump wrapped up his California tour by taking a shot at San Francisco. He threatened EPA action over violations related to the homeless crisis, specifically citing pollution, such as used needles, flowing into the ocean. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-18-2019)
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Disability Activists Sue Oakland, Say They're Being Priced Out Of Accessible HomesWhile rent gets higher and higher in the Bay Area, some groups are feeling the effects more than others. Disability activists sued the city of Oakland Wednesday, saying they have no choice but to live in newer buildings with higher price tags. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8-28-2019)
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Tiny-Home Developments in San Jose Offer Alternative to HomelessnessSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined members of the city council and the community to assemble 8-foot by 10-foot homeless shelters that will be part of the city's first-ever tiny home community. Devin Fehely reports. (8-17-19)
State Lawmakers Wrongly Identified As Criminals On Amazon Recognition SoftwareA recent test of facial recognition technology ended with a fail as some state lawmakers turned up as suspected criminals. Betty Yu reports. (8-13-2019)
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