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Judge: Auckland police officers were mistakenly fired for shooting dead HomelessAlameda County Judge ruled that five Auckland police officers who shot dead Homeless in 2018 were unfairly fired and had to keep their jobs. De Lin reports. (4-15-22)

Spring travelers are concerned but not deterred by the rise in COVIDMillions of people will travel this weekend as multiple vacations converge to make up for the time lost during the plague. Sarah Donchi reports. (4-15-22)

PIX nowHere are the latest updates from the KPIX newsroom. (4-15-22)

Weather forecast on first alert on FridayThe chief meteorologist has the Easter forecast for the weekend. (4-15-22)

New Bay Area Rideshare Company focuses on ‘Last-Mile’ passengersVia, a new travel sharing service in the Bay Area, hopes to attract people departing to and from mass transit stations. Len Ramirez reports. (4-15-22)

Eataly is struggling to fill hundreds of vacancies in San JoseEataly, an Italian food market and cooking class center, will receive inquiries and conduct interviews every Friday at the Westfield Valley Fair Mall in San Jose. Kit Do reports. (4-15-22)

100-year-old park ranger Betty Reed Soskin looks backBetty Reed Soskin, a beloved ranger at World War II Home Front National Historic Park Rosie Richmond, talks about her retirement at age 100. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-15-22)

Victims of PG & E-Sparked Kincade Fire are awaiting compensationSonoma County prosecutors have announced a $ 20 million deal to settle criminal charges against PG&E, but the money does not go directly to the victims of Kincaid Fire who have yet to file their own lawsuits. Wilson Walker reports. (4-15-22)

A longtime Warriors fan takes Ben to their first playoffOne veteran Warriors fan is ready to celebrate his first playoff game on Saturday, an event he will share with his older son. Sean Chitnis reports. (4-15-22)

Twitter sets a ‘poison pill’ to thwart Elon Musk’s takeover bidTwitter announced that its board of directors has adopted a “poison pill” defense in response to Elon Musk’s offer to acquire the company. Alan Martin reports. (4-15-22)

Holy Week worshipers from the Gulf region from 3 major religions are celebratingThis weekend there are several religious holidays where people will gather without restrictions at the place for the first time in several years. Max Darrow reports. (4-15-22)

Tax return applicants are given another 3 days to deferAs tax day approaches, reporter Justin Andrews examines who is more delayed in filing reports.

Rogers returnsKPIX 5’s Gianna Franco talks to Cheryl Chase and Cree Summer from Rugrats. 10 episodes of Rugrats Drops in Paramount + Friday

Come dance with me for the premiere on April 15thKPIX 5’s Amanda Starentino talks to Jenna Diwan and Philip Lawrence from the upcoming new dance show. COME DANCE WITH ME, the new family dance competition series, will be released on Friday, April 15 (20: 00-22: 00, ET / PT) on the CBS television network, and will be available live and on demand on Paramount +

Economic recoveryFormer EDD Director Michael Bernick talks about the latest job report in California, which shows that the state accumulated more than 60,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped to 4.9%

Lawyer NorCal uses its experience to support foster childrenLily Colby fought hard for herself and her brother when they were children growing up in the foster care system. She is now helping other foster youth find their voice. Reports Elizabeth Cook.

The San Francisco Redistributive Mission misses the deadline; Can withstand lawsuitsThe San Francisco Redistribution Task Force missed Friday’s crucial date for map approval. Jocelyn Moran looks at what might happen next.

A man accused of killing security guard Kevin Nishita has been prosecuted for murder, assaultShadia Mitchell, the man accused of killing security guard Kevin Nishita during a broken robbery in Auckland last November, was charged with murder and assault on Friday.

PIX nowFriday afternoon news update from KPIX 5

Three-dimensional printed houses for affordable housingKPIX 5’s Alan Martin talks to CBS News reporter Nancy Chen about her story about 3D printed houses

Holiday traditions: Italians-Americans are getting ready for EasterPane di Pasqua, it’s beautiful and decadent. The love and respect that accompanies his baking process, is revealed in the traditions that exist today.

Warriors-Nuggets: Trash talk has already begun ahead of Game 1 on Saturday between Denver and the WarriorsThe Warriors playoff fever is building in the Bay Area, including with the KPIX morning news team

Weather forecast First warning for Friday morningShowers on Saturday

PIX nowHeadlines Friday morning from the KPIX newsroom

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