Lindsey Feingold | ABC7 KGO News Team
Lindsey Feingold is the data journalist for ABC7 News. She works on everything from breaking news to long-term investigations with the ABC7 News I-Team. She also works with data journalists at other ABC affiliate stations on national projects.

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Lindsey's Stories
California 2022 Election Ballot Tracker
Where have the most people voted by mail in California so far? Take a look at the data here.
Police department budget up 4.4% since 2019, despite SF officials making bold promises to defund
Mayor London Breed was one of the first politicians to speak out in support of defunding the police as widespread calls for reforms swept the nation following George Floyd's murder.
SJPD got more than $41M budget increase as department faced calls to defund police, data shows
Police records obtained by the I-Team show during the 2019-2020 fiscal year, there were 514 officers who used force 1,323 times -- 77 of those officers used force up to 15 times repeatedly.
Despite calls to defund police, Oakland PD's budget increased nearly 18% since 2019, I-Team found
ABC7's data analysis found that OPD's budget increased by 17.9 percent from 2019 to 2022. So, how was all the money spent? Here's what the I-Team uncovered.
Data shows one-fifth of SF metro area households are struggling to pay rising utility costs
These struggles didn't fall equally on all residents. Race and ethnicity, education level, income, and households with children all played a factor in higher percentages.
Bay Area monkeypox tracker: Data shows every county's status
Where are the most monkeypox cases in the Bay Area? Take a look at the data here.
Map shows everywhere you can get a COVID-19 test in the Bay Area
Looking for a coronavirus testing site? We created a map that makes it easy to find one near you.
70% of Texas counties have more gun dealers than mental health providers, I-Team finds
According to the 2022 State of Mental Health in America report, Texas ranked last out of all 50 states and the District of Columbia for overall access to mental healthcare.
There have been over 215 freeway shootings in California since 2018, data shows
The I-Team found the interstates with the most shootings reported in the Bay Area are I-580, I-80, I-880, I-680, and I-280. 79 shootings were reported on these freeways during the past four years.
Only 30% of eligible Californians awarded COVID-19 funeral assistance from FEMA
While the funds are "available," they can be difficult to access, leading some people to give up on securing the up to $9,000 to help with funeral costs.