Protesters gathered outside the offices of Robinhood Markets in Menlo Park Thursday following a wild week of small-investor-driven price gyrations in GameStop and other much-shorted stocks. Wilson Walker reports. (1-28-21)

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GameStop Debacle Drives Protest Rally at Silicon Valley Stock Trade ServiceProtesters gathered outside the offices of Robinhood Markets in Menlo Park Thursday following a wild week of small-investor-driven price gyrations in GameStop and other much-shorted stocks. Wilson Walker reports. (1-28-21)
Stymied Claimants Call Out Identity Service Hired by EDD to Fight FraudIt recently suspended benefits to millions to combat fraud. Now, many claimaints tell KPIX that getting re-verified is a job in itself. Kenny Choi reports. (1-21-21)
SF Dancer Creates International Virtual NutcrackerAfter live performances of The Nutcracker ballet were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, a San Francisco dancer created a way to keep them going virtually. Susie Steimle reports. (12-24-20)
Gov. Newsom Promotes Use of Smartphone App to Track COVID-19Gov. Newsom promoted the use of a free smartphone app that alerts people if they’ve spent time with someone who tests positive for the coronavirus. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12-7-20)
Computer Hackers Target Bay Area Medical FacilityCybercriminals are taking new aim at health care providers and public health agencies as the coronavirus pandemic reaches new heights and a hospital in Fremont was one of their targets. Andria Borba reports. (10-29-20)
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Digital Divide Among Many Challenges Reopening South Bay Schools FaceA spokesperson for the San Jose Unified School District says the first few days of class this week have revealed just how wide the digital divide truly is. Devin Fehely reports. (8-14-20)
Teachers Help Students Adjust to Longterm Remote LearningKPIX 5's Emily Turner wanted to know: what's it like for teachers, teaching from home? (8-10-20)
Public, Private Group Alliance Gives San Rafael Neighborhood Free WiFiEmily Turner reports on how groups banded together to bring WiFi to San Rafael's Canal district. (8-4-20)
AT&T Partners With San Jose to Provide Free Wi-Fi to Needy StudentsThe city of San Jose has partnered with AT&T to bridge the digital divide and bring the Internet home to people who don't have it. Len Ramirez reports. (8-3-20)
Facebook Faces Growing Chorus of CriticsFacebook claims it is a neutral platform for people to express their ideas but, as hate speech and fake news proliferate online, advertisers are pulling away from the social media giant. Devin Fehely reports. (6-29-20)
San Jose State Honors 2020 Grads With Commencement WebsiteWith normal graduation ceremonies on hold due to the coronavirus, San Jose State University is honoring the Class of 2020 with a special website. Call it a virtual graduation. Kiet Do reports. (5-22-20)
UCSF Researchers Enlist 'Citizen Scientists' With Smartphones to Tame CoronavirusUCSF scientists hope that their research goes viral in hopes of fighting the virus behind the pandemic. Allen Martin reports. (4-10-20)
East Bay Priest Sets Up to Livestream Easter ServicesThere won't be any parishioners in the pews but the coronavirus outbreak won't stop the faithful from celebrating Easter together at one East Bay church. Don Ford reports from Livermore. (4-10-20)
Apps Bring New Popularity to ‘Ghost Kitchen’ Business ModelThey’ve got everything you need to prepare the food but “ghost kitchens” don’t cater to actual customers. They’re helping some eateries expand and helping others get their feet wet in the restaurant world with less overhead. Maria Medina reports. (2-13-20)
Dublin Teen's Website Sleuthing Scoops CNN's Own Political PollingArjav Rawal is a Dublin High School senior. He’s also the vice chair of the California High School Democrats and he has a knack for finding out what CNN knows about the state of campaign 2020 before it's published. Wilson Walker reports. (1-11-20)
Dublin Teen's Website Sleuthing Scoops CNN's Own Political PollingArjav Rawal is a Dublin High School senior. He’s also the vice chair of the California High School Democrats and he has a knack for finding out what CNN knows about the state of campaign 2020 before it's published. Wilson Walker reports. (1-11-20)
Santa Clara County Website Lets Users Check Restaurant Inspection RecordsSanta Clara County has a plan in place to make sure restaurants are paying workers the correct wages; a pilot program was launched that will puts the information online and searchable. Mark Sayre reports. (12-27-19)
New San Jose Police Auditor Website Allows Anonymous Complaints OnlineThe San Jose Independent Police Auditor is providing a new online tool for the public to make complaints about SJPD officer misconduct. Len Ramirez reports. (12-19-19)
Marin Co. Woman Petitions To Get Amazon To Collect, Reuse Its Delivery BoxesEvery day, thousands and thousands of online Amazon orders are delivered in a boxes. Now there’s a push to cut down on all that cardboard, and as Wilson Walker reports, it's largely the work of one determined woman in Marin County.
Online Map Lets San Jose Police Chart Gang ViolenceA unique tool was unveiled Thursday for predicting gang violence. KPIX 5's Len Ramirez shows how San Jose's new interactive crime map works. (9-5-19)
Quake Early-Warning App Coming Soon to Bay AreaSome people got advance warning about the Ridgecrest quake thanks to the ShakeAlert app and the Bay Area could have this system soon. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-4-19)
Report: DoJ Preparing Antitrust Investigation of GoogleSilicon Valley tech giant Google may be at the center of an anti-trust investigation by the Department of Justice, according to the Wall Street Journal. Maria Medina reports. (5-31-19)
Proposed California Law Would Regulate Use of Smart Speaker Voice RecordingsA bill being considered by the California legislature would require users to opt in before companies like Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple could store and use voice recordings. Melissa Caen reports. (5-4-19)

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