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San Jose Police Sued Over Lewd Conduct Sting OperationsA group is filing a lawsuit against the San Jose police. They are accusing the department of singling out gay men during sting operations. Len Ramirez reports. (11-10-17)
Journalist, Filmmaker, Author Clay Cane Talks About New Book, 'Live Through This'Journalist, filmmaker and author Clay Cane talks to BR host Christin Ayers about his new book, 'Live through This, Surviving the Intersections of Sexuality, God and Race.'
At Issue: Pride in AmericaPhil Matier talked with former state senator Mark Leno about the state of LGBT rights in America. (6-25-17)
Pink Triangle, Symbol of SF Pride, Unfurled on Twin PeaksCrafted from more than an acre of cloth, the Pink Triangle on Twin Peaks is an eye-catching symbol of San Francisco Pride weekend. Devin Fehely reports. (6-24-17)
Raw Video: Pride Weekend Begins With Trans March at SF Dolores ParkHundreds gathered for the annual Trans March at Dolores Park in San Francisco's Mission District on Friday as Pride weekend celebrations got underway. (6-23-17)
Pride and Protest: Politics Likely to Be Front and Center at Pride FestivitiesHundreds of thousands are expected to attend SF Pride celebrations this weekend and you can expect extra security -- along with plenty of protests. Melissa Caen reports from the Castro. (6-23-17)

Interviews

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)
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)

Society

Survey: Employees Admit Wasting Time At Work On Their SmartphonesEmployees admitted spending one hour and 36 minutes a day doing personal tasks at work. Almost an hour of that is on a smartphone, according to a survey from OfficeTeam.
Marin Mom Part Of Growing Number Of Parents Who Smoke MarijuanaA new study says one in five parents smoke marijuana. Betty Yu met a mom in Marin County who does just that. In fact, she feels smoking pot makes her a better parent.
At Issue: Sexual Harassment in the LegislatureAssemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-Dublin) on why a plan in the legislature to deal with sexual harassment falls short of the mark. (10-29-17)

Politics

Valley Fire Victims Endure Long Process Of RebuildingFire victims in Middletown have a message for the wine country wildfire victims: Keep close tabs on the government. Emily Turner talked to one family still rebuilding the home they barely lived in.
SF Mayor Vows To Crack Down On Affordable Housing CheatsIn a city where real estate prices are setting national records, San Francisco’s mayor is vowing to punish cheaters in the city’s affordable housing program following a KPIX 5 investigation. Susie Steimle tracked him down and has the story.
SF Slow To Crack Down On Affordable Housing CheatersIs San Francisco finally cracking down on affordable housing cheaters? Susie Steimle tracked down below market rate cheats and found some living in million dollar homes.

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