As federal investigators continue their search for those who attacked the Capitol, a San Francisco resident named Daniel Goodwyn has been identified as taking part in the crime. John Ramos reports. (1-17-21)

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San Francisco Man Identified Among Capitol RiotersAs federal investigators continue their search for those who attacked the Capitol, a San Francisco resident named Daniel Goodwyn has been identified as taking part in the crime. John Ramos reports. (1-17-21)
Oakland Police Vow to 'Root Out' Officers Who Endorsed Capitol RiotThe Oakland police department has opened an investigation into allegations that its officers endorsed or participated on social media accounts that contain objectionable content about the Capitol riot. Da Lin reports. (1-9-21)
Menlo Park Small Business Owner Shamed for Attending Trump DC RallyPeople are now identifying people who were photographed at the Trump rally in Washington on Wednesday and two women from the Bay Area are facing a backlash. Da Lin reports. (1-8-21)
Twitter Permanently Suspends Trump AccountTwitter announced Friday afternoon it has permanently suspended the account of President Donald Trump over concerns his tweets could incite violence. Ken Bastida reports. (1-8-21)
Silicon Valley Social Media Companies Deplatform TrumpFacebook, Twitter and Google are reconsidering their role in enabling the president to spread misinformation and incite violence. Andria Borba reports. (1-7-21)
Capitol Siege: Trump Concedes to Biden in Twitter VideoWashington correspondent Michael George wraps up a momentous day in the nation's capital. (1-7-21)
Trump Banned From Using Facebook And Twitter At Least Until InaugurationKiet Do reports on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announcing block on Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts (1-7-2020)
Dog Trainer Reacts to Video of Vacaville Officer Who Punched K-9 PartnerJohn Ramos has reaction from a professional dog trainer and the SPCA to video showing a Vacaville police handler punching a K-9 trainee in the head. (1-2-21)
Twitter, Facebook CEOs Defend Actions On Election Disinformation Before Senate Judiciary CommitteeAnne Makovec reports on social media company heads testifying about actions related to election before senate committee (11-17-2020)
SRA Scholars Launch Online Current Events Discussion GroupWith the COVID-19 pandemic keeping most students isolated from their social support systems, many now need a creative and constructive way to express their feelings about current events. Michelle Griego reports. (11-13-20)
Santa Clara County DA Dismisses Cases Involving Officers Who Posted Racist Facebook MessagesThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office is dismissing more than a dozen criminal cases involving San Jose police officers who posted racist messages on a private Facebook group. Kenny Choi reports. (10-22-20)
SF Company Offers ‘Screaming Telegrams’ From Terrifying ClownsA San Francisco production company that can’t open its annual Halloween attraction due to the COVID-19 pandemic has come up with a creative seasonal service to offer instead: “screaming” telegrams delivered by terrifying costumed clowns. (10-8-20)
Facebook Extends Ban On Political Ads After Election DayJamie Yuccas reports on Facebook saying it will stop running political ads after polls close on Election Day (10-8-2020)
Congressional Report Calls For Major Tech Companies Be Reined In And Broken UpLen Ramirez reports on Democrats recommending Congress take action to limit the power and influence of Big Tech companies (10-6-2020)
South Bay Business Owners Beset by Bogus Coronavirus Violation ComplaintsKPIX heard from several Santa Clara County business owners who say they have been pestered by bogus complaints of coronavirus violations. Maria Medina reports. (9-24-20)
Trump's WeChat Ban Blocked by Federal Judge in S.F.U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler entered an order early Sunday granting the preliminary injunction in a motion brought to the court by a WeChat user group and six WeChat users. Emily Turner reports. (9-20-20)
Bay Area Families Could Lose Connection to China Relatives With WeChat BanThe Trump Administration threat to ban Chinese social media apps TikTok and WeChat could seriously impact many American families with relatives in mainland China. Devin Fehely reports. (9-18-20)
Silicon Valley Pride Celebration Goes OnlineSilicon Valley Pride is kicking off a virtual celebration that highlights the organization's concern and solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and nationwide protests for racial justice. Devin Fehely reports. (8-28-20)
Teens Cope With COVID-19 Pandemic IsolationBring Change 2 Mind is a nonprofit group of 260 high school clubs nationwide that are on summer break but whose members check in with each other, sharing texts, "quaran-teen" tips, and live virtual events. Sharon Chin reports. (8-14-20)
CoCo County Launches COVID-19 Info Campaign Targeted at Gen ZContra Costa County is reaching out to youth influencers to pass on the message of coronavirus prevention in their own words. John Ramos reports. (8-3-20)
SJ Police Chief's Tweet on Weapons Seizure Slammed Over Rosary, UFW EmblemSJPD police chief Garcia was congratulating officers on a recent violent crime bus and in a tweet he showed a picture of guns and ammo confiscated but also on the evidence table was a face mask with UFW logo and a rosary. Len Ramirez reports. (7-23-20)
AIDS Walk Goes Online in Joint Production by New York, San FranciscoOrganizers in New York and San Francisco teamed up to host a virtual AIDS Walk this year and the stars showed up. Devin Fehely reports. (7-19-20)
Castro Valley Girl Launches Facebook Fundraiser to Save Oakland ZooA 6-year-old Castro Valley girl is trying to save the Oakland Zoo, one bracelet at a time. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-9-20)
Martinez Community Leaders React to Viral Video of BLM Mural VandalismA viral video showed a pair of angry Trump supporters smearing paint over a Black Lives Matter street mural. Now the city leaders in Martinez say their town's reputation is on the line. John Ramos reports. (7-6-20)

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