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ConsumerWatch: Western Union SettlementIt's payback time for millions of scam victims -- many of them elderly -- who were tricked into wiring money to criminals via Western Union. The FTC and several states' attorneys general have reached a settlement with Western Union that requires the company to refund $586 million to victims. Julie Watts reports. (11-17-17)
Cell Phone EMF-Blocking Products – A Real World TestFrom cell phone cases to blankets, ConsumerWatch Reporter Julie Watts put some of the most popular EMF-blocking products to the test. (11/14/17)
Hidden Credit Card Skimmer Found Inside Gilroy Gas Station PumpA spike in credit card fraud cases in Gilroy over the weekend appears to have been caused by a well-placed credit card skimming device at a gas station, police said. Maria Medina reports. (11/13/17)
San Jose Mulls Help for Drivers of Towed VehiclesLen Ramirez reports on a new push in San Jose to give drivers whose vehicles were towed a break. (11-9-17)
ConsumerWatch: Oprah Endorses Napa Valley Bakery's English MuffinsModel Bakery, in downtown St. Helena, features English muffins that Oprah Winfrey loves and that's been very good for business. Julie Watts reports. (11-3-17)
24 Hour Fitness Hit with Big Penalty; Gym Members 'Misled'If you work out at 24 Hour Fitness you may have some money coming your way. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-2-17)

Business

Apple Opens New Visitor Center in Cupertino Next to 'Spaceship' CampusThe new visitor center is like an Apple Store on steroids -- it features a showroom, a cafe similar to the ones used by employees at nearby Apple Park and an interactive, 3-D scale model of the new "spaceship" campus. Devin Fehely reports. (11-17-17)
Bay Area Truckers Intrigued by Tesla All-Electric SemiThe new electric semi tractor-trailer introduced Thursday by Tesla CEO Elon Musk won't be rolling off an assembly line for a couple of years but Northern California truck drivers are already interested. Da Lin reports. (11-17-17)
ConsumerWatch: Western Union SettlementIt's payback time for millions of scam victims -- many of them elderly -- who were tricked into wiring money to criminals via Western Union. The FTC and several states' attorneys general have reached a settlement with Western Union that requires the company to refund $586 million to victims. Julie Watts reports. (11-17-17)

News

Raw Video: Aerial of Police Activity at Alemany Blvd and I-280 in S.F.Chopper 5 showed the scene over Alemany Blvd. overpass over Interstate 280 where armed suspects were believed to have left their vehicle on foot. (11-29-17)
Talking Politics: Franken Fallout / Taxing CaliforniansPhil Matier, Melissa Caen and former state assembly speaker and S.F. mayor Willie Brown tackle two of the hottest topics in politics. (11-19-17)
At Issue: Regulating Recreational MarijuanaPhil Matier talks with state senator Scott Wiener (D-S.F.) about the competing city and state politics around recreational pot use. (11-19-17)

Exercise

Fitness Tips You Use At HomeGYMGUYZ trainer Kat Salsman and owner Nigel Brown talk about at-home exercise and fitness with Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi.
Niners Greats Join Fans to Help Distressed Retired TeammatesOn Nov. 19, some Bay Area pro football greats will gather at Levi's Stadium to help raise money for their struggling teammates. Ken Bastida reports on a phenomenal team effort that you're invited to join. (11-12-17)
24 Hour Fitness Hit with Big Penalty; Gym Members 'Misled'If you work out at 24 Hour Fitness you may have some money coming your way. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-2-17)

Local News

Raw Video: Aerial of Police Activity at Alemany Blvd and I-280 in S.F.Chopper 5 showed the scene over Alemany Blvd. overpass over Interstate 280 where armed suspects were believed to have left their vehicle on foot. (11-29-17)
At Issue: Regulating Recreational MarijuanaPhil Matier talks with state senator Scott Wiener (D-S.F.) about the competing city and state politics around recreational pot use. (11-19-17)
At Issue: Closing Arguments in Kate Steinle Murder CaseClosing arguments are set for Monday in the trial of Jose Zarate, the man accused of killing Kate Steinle. Phil Matier talks about what jurors will be considering with former S.F. prosecutor and current defense trial attorney Tony Brass. (11-19-17)

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