Tech-life columnist's hot Black Friday picks

Jennifer Jolly, a nationally syndicated tech-life columnist, said she'd "rather r lick a San Francisco sidewalk than camp out all night" for so-called doorbuster deals on Black Friday.

PG&E scales back San Jose’s Christmas in the Park sponsorship

PG&E’s financial troubles are affecting a long time holiday tradition in San Jose. The executive director of Christmas in the Park said this year PG&E is scaling back its sponsorship big time. Christmas in the Park is set to open later this month with an expected 700,000 visitors. 

Sex offenders suing Butts County Sheriff over 'No Trick-or-Treat' signs

A group of sex offenders in Butts County is suing the Sheriff's Office for posting "No Trick-or-Treating" signs on their homes. The Butts County Sheriff said he's taking action to keep kids safe on Halloween by posting the signs, but the sex offenders argue this is a violation of their rights to free speech and to privacy.

Season of Giving: Helping the needy

Audrey Cooper, editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle, speaks to KTVU News @ 9A about this year's Season of Giving and how it will help the needy.