Proposed Law Aims To Make Owners Of Short-Term Rental Homes More AccountableAfter 5 people were shot and killed at a Halloween party at an Airbnb home in Orinda, a California lawmaker has proposed a law that make people who rent out their homes more accountable. John Ramos talked to the author of the bill.
Democratic Presidential Front-Runners Eye California Primary as Key to NominationWith less than a month to go before the California primary election, presidential candidates are now making their presence more common to the Bay Area. Joe Vazquez reports.(2-13-20)
Juul Sued By Massachusetts AG Over Alleged Targeting Of YouthA new lawsuit against San Francisco-based Juul claims to provide the strongest evidence yet that e-cigarette giant targeted children with its online advertising campaigns. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (2/13/20)
Tenants In Oakland Go On Strike Over Rent IncreasesA group of tenants in Oakland are on strike over rent increases and are refusing to pay until their landlord gives in and sells the building. John Ramos tells us more about the renters' demands.
Cyclists Call For Bike Barrier Along San Francisco's EmbarcaderoBicyclists in San Francisco are calling for a plan to improve road safety by having a barrier separating bicycles and cars along the entire length of the Embarcadero. Jackie Ward reports. (2/11/19)
New Hampshire Voters Head To Polls In Nation's First PrimaryOne week after the debacle involving the Iowa Caucuses, voters in New Hampshire are headed to the polls in the nation's first primary election. Laura Podesta reports. (2/11/20)
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Make Final Push For Support In New HampshireNew Hampshire's primary is on Tuesday, the first in the nation and Democratic presidential hopefuls are making their final push for support. CBS reporter Skyler Henry is in Manchester, N.H. to break down the race.
Sanders, Buttigieg Take Top Positions in New Hampshire After Iowa TieThe Democratic presidential contenders are in New Hampshire making their pitches to voters ahead of the nation's first primary next Tuesday. (2-6-20)
Trump Takes Victory Lap, Blasts Pelosi, Following Impeachment AcquittalHe took aim at his critics, notably House speaker Nancy Pelosi and she didn't hold back either. Katherine Johnson reports. (2-6-20)
Uber, Lyft Drivers To Demand Enforcement Of New AB5 Labor LawUber and Lyft drivers are expected to rally in San Francisco Wednesday morning, urging the rideshare giants to recognize their status granted under the state's new AB5 labor law. Jackie Ward reports. (2/5/20)
Neighbors Rail Over Plan To Expand Tracks At SJ's Diridon StationThe San Jose City Council approved a plan to add a second set of tracks through Diridon Station. Devin Fehely tells us neighbors are bracing for years of noise and construction.
Chinatown Business Leaders Launch Campaign To Counter False Coronavirus RumorsBusiness and political leaders in San Francisco's Chinatown launched a public relations campaign to deal with fears over the coronavirus. Andria Borba reports on the effort to stop the spread of rumors impacting the community.
Bay Area Lawmaker Introduces 'Seamless' Transit ProposalAssemblymember David Chiu of San Francisco has introduced a proposal to streamline transportation around the region, potentially impacting hundreds of thousands of commuters. Jackie Ward reports. (2/4/20)
Developers Plan To Turn SF's Potrero Power Station Into Metropolis With Affordable HomesDevelopers want to turn the old Potrero Power Station into a mixed-use metropolis featuring affordable housing. Wilson Walker tells us the plan has the blessing of the city's planning commission.
City May Put Boulders To Keep RV's, Trailers Off Frontage Road Near Tesla In FremontDozens have set up their RVs and trailers along Frontage Road near Tesla and Seagate in Fremont. Da Lin tells us the city may install boulders to make parking here impossible.
San Francisco Supervisor Calls For Independent Probe Into Corruption At City DepartmentsA San Francisco supervisor is calling for a independent investigation of city departments involved in a growing corruption scandal. Jackie Ward reports. (1/30/20)
Oakland Opens 7th Cabin Community To House Unsheltered In ChinatownThe city of Oakland opened its seventh community cabin site Thursday for the unsheltered who live in the Chinatown and Jack London neighborhoods. Jackie Ward reports. (1/28/20)
East Bay Homeowners Slapped With Bill To Clean Up Homeless EncampmentNeighbors in one East Bay neighborhood say they shouldn't have to pay for the cleanup of an abandoned homeless encampment. Katie Nielsen tells us, its going to cost them $20,000.
Billionaire Presidential Candidate Tom Steyer Stumps for Votes in Bay AreaDemocratic candidate for president and California resident Tom Steyer held two campaign events in the East Bay on Thursday. Da Lin reports. (1-23-20)
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Endorses Mike Bloomberg In Democratic PrimarySan Francisco Mayor London Breed made a surprise endorsement in the 2020 Democratic primary, backing former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for the nomination. (1/23/20)
Oakmont Neighbors Upset Over Emergency Homeless Shelter Going UpDozens of homeless campers are being relocated from the Joe Rodota Trail to a neighborhood in Sonoma County, as early as next week. Wilson Walker was at the community meeting where their future neighbors expressed their concern.
New Push to Ban Google at San Francisco Pride ParadeMembers of SF Pride have advanced a measure to ban tech giant Google from future parades, over YouTube's lack of action in cracking down on homophobic harassment. (1/17/20)
San Francisco Expands Reach Of Potential Vacant Storefront FinesThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to create a dozen new neighborhood commercial districts, which would be affected if voters approve fines on commercial property owners who leave their storefronts vacant. (1/16/20)

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