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FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps as they see fit or charge more for faster speeds. Allen Martin reports. (12-14-17)
FCC Repeals Obama-Era Net Neutrality RulesThe Federal Communications Commission on Thursday overturned “net neutrality.” (12/14/17)
UPS Workers Delivering Overtime To Meet Online Purchasing DemandsUPS workers may have to work up to 70 hours in an eight-day period in order to deliver products purchased via the Internet over the holidays. Susie Steimle reports. (12/4/17)
From First Dates To Soul Mates, Dating Expert Fauna Solomon Gives Helpful TipsDating expert Fauna Solomon, creator of 'The Dating Truth' talks to BR's Christin Ayers about relationships and dating in the age of apps and social networking.
Man Gunned Down In Broad Daylight Over Used Cellphone SaleA man using the popular 'Let Go' app to sell his cellphone was gunned down in broad daylight in San Leandro Saturday. Katie Nielsen talked to stunned residents.
Data Often Left Unsecured as Companies Rely on Cloud-Based SystemsChris Vickery spends his days poking around databases looking for sensitive data left out in the open, unprotected on the internet. Turns out, there's a lot to be found. Kiet Do reports. (11-16-17)

Business

Residents Protest Plan to Build Costco in PleasantonPlans to put a new Costco store in Pleasanton are not going over well with some neighbors. Da Lin reports. (12-14-17)
FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules Thursday, giving internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T a free hand to slow or block websites and apps as they see fit or charge more for faster speeds. Allen Martin reports. (12-14-17)
Northern California Wildfire Prompts New Rules On Power Line MaintenanceThe California Public Utilities Commission approved new rules designed to expedite power line maintenance and reduce wildfire risk. Anne Makovec reports. (12/14/17)

News

Sea Lion Attacks Swimmer at S.F. Aquatic ParkA swimmer was pulled from the bay near San Francisco's Aquatic Park with a sea lion bite Thursday afternoon. Andria Borba reports. (12-14-17)
Residents Protest Plan to Build Costco in PleasantonPlans to put a new Costco store in Pleasanton are not going over well with some neighbors. Da Lin reports. (12-14-17)
Palo Alto Official Scolds Stanford for Inadequate Employee HousingPalo Alto councilmember Lydia Kou is speaking out against Stanford University. She says the school is making the housing crisis worse. Len Ramirez reports. (12-14-17)

Pets

Bay Area Man, Shot Over a Parking Space Dispute, Saved By His DogIt happened earlier this week on East 12th Street in Oakland when Jimmy Martinez and his dog Chata were assaulted and shot by a truck driver who wanted his parking spot. Christin Ayers reports. (12-7-17)
Neighbors Help SF Woman Fend Off Attack by Pit BullsA San Francisco woman has neighbors to thank for helping her survive an attack by two pit bulls. The dogs killed her pet chihuahua. Susie Steimle reports. (12-7-17)
'Dottie' A Female Pygmy Goat Needs A HomeA female Pygmy goat named ‘Dottie’ was left at the Peninsula Humane Society in Burlingame in November and she is up for adoption.

General

Support On Small Business Saturday Badly Needed After Sonoma WildfiresSmall businesses in Sonoma County are desperately in need of a boost in sales after the devastating wildfires. Kenny Choi tells us how the community the is rallying together to make it a big deal.
SJ BART Project May Create 5-Year Construction Zone On Santa Clara AvenueOne of San Jose's main streets could become a long-term construction zone. Len Ramirez tells us that a panel is seriously considering a twin tunnel option for the San Jose BART Project.
Congress Confronts Tech Companies About Russian Ads With Fake InfoSenators pressed top social media companies to stop fake ads on their platforms. Susie Steimle reports (11/1/17)

Consumer News

California Homeowners in Fire-Prone Areas Face Uphill Battle to Get InsuranceAdding insult to injury for California fire victims, KPIX has learned it could soon be a lot harder for people in high-danger areas to insure their homes. Emily Turner reports. (12-14-17)
Dozens Of KB Homes Marked For Re-Do's By Tile InspectorsAfter KPIX uncovered serious problems with a KB Homes subdivision in San Jose, tiles are still falling off some of the million dollar houses. Len Ramirez talked to an unhappy homeowner during the tile inspection.
Support On Small Business Saturday Badly Needed After Sonoma WildfiresSmall businesses in Sonoma County are desperately in need of a boost in sales after the devastating wildfires. Kenny Choi tells us how the community the is rallying together to make it a big deal.

Crime

Burglary Suspect Believed To Be Hiding In South San Jose NeighborhoodPolice are searching for a man in South San Jose who is suspected of burglary. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (12/13/17)
Tosca Restaurateur Ken Friedman Accused Of Sexual MisconductRestaurateur Ken Friedman apologized and stepped away from all of the restaurants that he owns. Andria Borba reports. (12/12/17)
Security On Bay Area Freeways Is Expanding After Over 100 Shootings In Just 2 YearsCaltrans is funding surveillance cameras, license plate readers and microphones that detect shots fired after over 100 shootings occurred on Bay Area freeways in the last two years. Katie Nielsen reports. (12/11/17)

General

Alternate Juror Explains Why Kate Steinle Verdict Was 'Spot On'An alternate juror in the Kate Steinle murder trial opens up about why he thinks the jury's not guilty decision was spot on. Katie Neilsen talked to him.
Dozens Hurt In Charter Bus Crash Treated At SF HospitalDozens are recovering after their private charter bus flipped over on the 101 in San Francisco. Da Lin reports from San Francisco General Hospital where most of the victims were taken.
100s Gather At Gun Violence Vigil On Sandy Hook AnniversaryProtesters packed a San Francisco church on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook shootings to demand gun control. Jackie Ward says Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi told them about a disturbing new gun law.

Local News

Sea Lion Attacks Swimmer at S.F. Aquatic ParkA swimmer was pulled from the bay near San Francisco's Aquatic Park with a sea lion bite Thursday afternoon. Andria Borba reports. (12-14-17)
Residents Protest Plan to Build Costco in PleasantonPlans to put a new Costco store in Pleasanton are not going over well with some neighbors. Da Lin reports. (12-14-17)
Palo Alto Official Scolds Stanford for Inadequate Employee HousingPalo Alto councilmember Lydia Kou is speaking out against Stanford University. She says the school is making the housing crisis worse. Len Ramirez reports. (12-14-17)

KPIXTV

Food for Bay Area Families: Walmart Donates to SF Marin Food BankChris Fulmer, Walmart manager, presents a check for $75,000 to Carly Levin, with the SF-Marin Food Bank. (12-14-17)
Sea Lion Attacks Swimmer at S.F. Aquatic ParkA swimmer was pulled from the bay near San Francisco's Aquatic Park with a sea lion bite Thursday afternoon. Andria Borba reports. (12-14-17)
Residents Protest Plan to Build Costco in PleasantonPlans to put a new Costco store in Pleasanton are not going over well with some neighbors. Da Lin reports. (12-14-17)

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