Privacy and immigration advocates sued the Marin County Sheriff’s Office Thursday for sharing license plate data with federal agencies in violation of state laws. Andria Borba reports. (10-14-21)

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ACLU Sues Marin County Sheriff's Office Over Data PrivacyPrivacy and immigration advocates sued the Marin County Sheriff’s Office Thursday for sharing license plate data with federal agencies in violation of state laws. Andria Borba reports. (10-14-21)
San Francisco Vaccine Mandate Moves Officers Off the FenceThe police union for SFPD expressed frustration with how the city has handled its first-responder vaccination requirements. Kenny Choi reports. (10-14-21)
Mountain View Castro Street Closure Seen as Pandemic PerkMountain View has been talking about closing Castro Street for years and the pandemic finally forced its hand. Kiet Do reports. (10-14-21)
Thousands Rally for Abortion Rights at Women's March in San FranciscoJoining the many U.S. cities where demonstrations for abortion rights took place Saturday, thousands of people marched in San Francisco in the Women's March for Our Reproductive Rights rally. Max Darrow reports. (10-2-21)
San Jose Delays Disciplinary Action for City Employees Who Aren't VaccinatedThis was supposed to be the day San Jose's vaccine mandate for city employees kicked in but a last-minute deal was struck and a compromise was reached. Andria Borba reports. (10-1-21)
Defense in Holmes Fraud Trial Presses Theranos Lab Director Over His RoleIn the Theranos fraud trial Friday, Elizabeth Holmes' lawyer ended the week on a high note. Len Ramirez reports. (10-1-21
Sen. Feinstein Proposes Comprehensive COVID Requirements for U.S. Air TravelIn addition to checking your ID and bags at the ticket counter, you could soon have your COVID-19 vaccine record checked before you're allowed to board a domestic flight. Andria Borba reports. (9-30-21)
Victims Of CZU Lightning Complex Fire Hope Santa Cruz Officials Let Them RebuildThe Santa Cruz county board of supervisors will decide today if some wild fire victims from last year will be allowed to rebuild on their property. Devin Fehely reports.
Pelosi Expects House to Pass Infrastructure Bill This WeekDemocratic lawmakers are facing a critical week on Capitol Hill as they seek to navigate internal divisions that could endanger Pres. Biden's domestic policy agenda. (9-26-21)
Theranos Lab Director Testimony Ends Week 3 of Holmes Fraud TrialTestimony Friday focused on what Elizabeth Holmes knew about her company's faulty blood-test technology and how she went ahead with plans to launch the product anyway. Len Ramirez reports. (9-24-21)
Oakland Hit With Lawsuit for Failure to Clean Up Homeless CampsThe "We Deserve Better" Alliance has filed a lawsuit against Oakland for failing to enforce a policy requiring the city to clean up homeless encampments and move residents into housing. Andria Borba reports. (9-23-21)
CA Insurance Commissioner: 325,000 Homeowners In Wildfire Zones Won't Lose CoverageCalifornia has barred insurance companies from dropping hundreds of thousands of property owners in wildfire zones. Andrea Nakano explains.
9 OPD Officers Disciplined After Investigation Into Offensive Social Media PostsOakland city officials on Friday revealed that a total of nine officers were disciplined as a result of inappropriate use of social media. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-17-21)
San Mateo County Mounts Effort to Boost Coastside Vaccination RateSan Mateo County health officials are on a mission to improve vaccination rates. While most cities inland have high vaccination rates, there are a handful of spots along the coast that are lagging. Max Darrow reports. (9-17-21)
Theranos Trial: Former Employees TestifyElizabeth Holmes returned to court for Day 4 of her trial facing charges of fraud and conspiracy. Len Ramirez reports. (9-17-21)
FDA to Consider Pfizer Application for COVID Booster ShotsThe decision on booster shots rests with an FDA advisory committee which is set to meet Friday to consider Pfizer's application for third-dose authorization. Andria Borba reports. (9-16-21)
Gov. Newsom Urges Democratic Leaders to 'Lean In' on Vax MandatesGovernor Gavin Newsom is telling Democrats across the country to “lean in” and “not be timid” about COVID restrictions. Kenny Choi reports. (9-16-21)
Police Blame Day Of Unprecedented Violence In Oakland On Low Morale, UnderstaffingA violent Monday across Oakland that left at least 3 dead has prompted a lot of finger-pointing between police and city leaders. Andria Borba has the latest salvo.
In Final Hours of Campaign, Newsom Trains Fire on GOP FrontrunnerGov. Newsom stayed on the same message we have been hearing since he first started campaigning -- framing the recall around one specific opponent, Larry Elder. (9-11-21)
How Gov. Newsom Bounced Back in Recall PollsWhat accounts for the remarkable turnaround in the California recall election polls? Wilson Walker talked to politics experts to find out. (9-10-21)
California Steps Up Efforts to Secure Vote in Recall ElectionWith so much concern about voter fraud, the state is taking extra measures to make sure every vote is fairly counted. Gianna Franco reports. (9-10-21)
New Poll Shows Newsom Lead Widening in Recall ElectionA new poll from UC Berkeley institute of governmental studies and the L.A. Times found likely voters opposed to removing Gov. Newsom by 60% compared to 38% who want him out. (9-10-21)
Recall Challengers Running Out of Time as Democratic Ballots Stream InPolls and early returns indicate Gov. Gavin Newsom can be cautiously confident he’ll get to keep his job. Kenny Choi reports. (9-9-21)
Recall Candidates Ramp Up Campaigns Ahead Tuesday's ElectionWith less than a week before the recall election, Gov. Newsom and a small army of challengers worked the campaign trail. (9-9-21)

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