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Screenagers, Bay Area Law Enforcement, Golden State Warriors

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How worried should parents be about the amount of time their children spend looking at screens? And how much should parents police that screen time? That's what filmmaker and physician Delaney Ruston set out to learn in her documentary "Screenagers".

Bay Area Law Enforcement
A reporters' roundtable looks at disparities and reform in two Bay Area law enforcement agencies. In San Francisco, the Police Department is under continued scrutiny after the shooting death of a homeless man last week. Also, new data on traffic stops suggest racial bias. In Santa Clara County, supervisors accepted sweeping recommendations to reform the county jail and heard a call to take control of the jail away from the sheriff.

• Alex Emslie, KQED reporter
• Beth Willon, KQED Silicon Valley Desk reporter
• Joaquin Palomino, San Francisco Chronicle data reporter

Golden State Warriors
On Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors jumped to the top of the NBA history books, with a record-setting 73rd win of the season. Veteran Bay Area sports journalist Matt Steinmetz joins Thuy Vu to talk about the Warriors' outstanding season and the playoffs.


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