Bay Area Shoppers Swarm to Malls on Thanksgiving to Get Jump on Black FridayKatie Nielsen reports from the San Francisco premium outlet center in Livermore where shoppers were lining up Thursday afternoon and parking was at a premium. (11-23-17)
Great Shark Games, Clothes, Books For KidsJacqui Boland, founder of Red Tricycle a digital media company that helps families get out and play, shares some great gear for Shark Week.
Back-To-School: Reform Your DormLifestyle expert Amy Sewell shares some great ideas for college students who are looking to reform their dorm rooms.
Walnut Creek Grapples With Downtown Parking CrunchDowntown Walnut Creek is booming and it has the parking problems to match but, as John Ramos reports, the city has a plan to fix it. (7-20-17)
Santa Clara Mall Expansion Previewed in Virtual Reality WalkthroughShoppers at Westfield Valley Fair in Santa Clara have been enduring a lot of construction activity lately as the mall expands but they're getting a high-tech treat for putting up with the nuisance. Kiet Do reports. (6-29-17)
ConsumerWatch: Facebook Ads WarningBuyer beware before you click on that Facebook ad with millions of "likes." Consumer reporter Julie Watts has a warning about the deals that show up in your news feed. (6-8-17)
ConsumerWatch: Pinterest Promotes Rise of DIY 'Kit Culture'Consumer reporter Julie Watts shows how a new social media partnership is cashing in on the kit craze. (4-28-17)
ConsumerWatch: Cash or Credit? More and More It's CreditConsumer reporter Julie Watts reports that cashless business and tiny transaction fees are behind the trend of "charging small." (4-20-17)
ConsumerWatch: Transparent PricingEver wonder how much it costs to make your favorite shirt or how much your favorite retailer is making off you? Consumer reporter Julie Watts on how some are cashing in on transparent pricing. (4-6-17)
Get Into Gear With Coolest Cycling Accessories This SpringRob Reedy of Echos Communications shares some of the coolest cycling accessories and gear you'll need for the road with Bay Sunday host (and avid biker) Kenny Choi.
Massive China Live Marketplace Opens In San Francisco's ChinatownFounder and world-renowned executive chef George Chen promises the 30,000 square-foot food drink and retail emporium will be like nothing Chinatown has ever seen. Julie Watts reports. (3/1/17)
ConsumerWatch: Wal-Mart Battles Amazon in Free Shipping WarIf you shop a lot online you may have noticed it's getting easier to get free shipping. Julie Watts reports. (2-24-17)
Neiman Marcus Rolls Out Video Makeup Mirror In S.F.The beauty department at Neiman Marcus in San Francisco is getting its own makeover with a video-enabled makeup mirror that can text you with beauty tips. Betty Yu reports. (2-20-17)
ConsumerWatch: Stocking Up On Super Bowl SnacksIf you run into an emergency at your Super Bowl party this weekend, don't panic. Alexa can help. Julie Watts shows how technology is changing game-day festivities. (2-3-17)
Employee Says Versace Outlet In Livermore Racially Profiled Black ShoppersA Livermore Versace store is at the center of a shocking lawsuit. As Cate Cauguiran reports, a worker claims black customers were racially profiled every time they entered the store.
Post-Christmas Discounts Lure Shoppers Back To The MallTwas the day after Christmas and all through the mall many creatures were stirring, lured by deals, one and all. Jessica Flores reports. (12-26-16)
Christmas Procrastinators Flock To SF Union Square For Late-Night ShoppingThey had 364 days but now time is running out. In San Francisco's shopping hub, Andria Borba found out that such blatant procrastination is neither unusual nor unpopular. (12-23-16)
Police Step Up Patrols In San Francisco's Union SquareIn San Francisco's prime shopping district, police are out in full force. Jackie Ward reports. (12-23-16)
ConsumerWatch: Retailers Offer Customizable Gift Cards Via E-mailIt's a new twist on a regular old gift card. You can now buy someone something specific and make it a bit more personal. Julie Watts reports. (12-22-16)
Give To The San Francisco Firefighter's Toy DriveSan Francisco Firefighter's Toy drive organizers Paul Chin and Jill Peeler visit Bay Sunday to talk about the amazing work the firefighters have been doing for almost half a century, making sure kids get gifts for the holidays.
Holiday Gifts Guaranteed To Please With Lifestyle Expert Amy SewellBay Sunday welcomes lifestyle expert Amy Sewell who brought some holiday gift ideas to the set that are guaranteed to please. Sewell tells us how to 're-gift' the presents we can't keep.
Apple Hires Guards For Bay Area Stores Targeted By ThievesIn recent weeks it seems as if it's been open season on Apple Stores. At least four Bay Area stores robbed -- the one in Burlingame was hit three times last month. Emily Turner reports. (12-2-16)
Phony Smartphone Shopping Apps Can Steal Your IdentityCyber security experts warn that smartphone shoppers could be at risk because of dangerous and sometimes counterfeit apps.
Holiday Shoppers Support Small Business Saturday In PleasantonConsumers were out en masse this weekend to get good deals this weekend. Susie Steimle hit the streets of Pleasanton for Small Business Saturday.

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