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Bay Area Nonprofits Raise Money for Ukraine by Selling TamalesBay Area nonprofits raising money to feed Ukrainian families distributed hundreds of tamales on Sunday, using the proceeds to help World Central Kitchen continue its work in the war zone. Shawn Chitnis reports. (4-3-22)

Families Await Word on Victims of Sacramento Mass ShootingKPIX 5’s Da Lin spoke with family members devastated by the loss of loved ones in Sunday morning’s mass shooting in downtown Sacramento. (4-3-22)

First Alert Weather Sunday Night ForecastBrian Hackney has the work week outlook. (4-3-22)

Sacramento Mass Shooting: News Conference ExcerptsOn Sunday afternoon, Sacramento police chief Kathy Lester and mayor Darrell Steinberg held a news conference to update the public on a mass shooting that killed 6 people in the predawn hours. (4-3-22)

Former KPIX 5 Meteorologist Joel Bartlett Dies at 81Elizabeth Cook reports on death of onetime KPIX 5 meteorologist Joel Bartlett at age 81 (4-1-2022)

Mass Shooting: Sacramento Police chief Kathy Lester Gives Details On Shooting That Left 6 deadSix people are dead and at least 10 others injured after a mass shooting in downtown Sacramento early Sunday morning.

$10,000 Reward Offered for Information on Daly City Assault SuspectDevin Feheley reports on a reward being offered for information leading to the arrest of a man who assaulted a Daly City grandfather in front of his home (4-3-2022)

First Alert Weather Sunday Morning ForecastBrian Hackney has the 7-day Bay Area forecast. (4-3-22)

Warriors Mark Autism Awareness Night; Draymond Green Hosts Former Teammate with AutismBetty Yu reports on the Warriors marking Autism Awareness Night at Chase Center during Saturday’s game against Utah Jazz (4-3-2022)

Billboard in San Francisco Will Warn Tourists About Dangers of FentanylDa Lin reports on a group of mothers preparing to unveil a new campaign that warns tourists to stay away from San Francisco amid the city’s drug crisis (4-3-2022)

PIX NowKPIX 5 Morning News headlines for Sunday, April 3, 2022.

PIX NowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-2-22)

Beware! It’s Rattlesnake Season on Bay Area TrailsAs spring brings warmer weather to the Bay Area, it’s once again snake season — specifically, rattlesnake season. Devin Fehely reports. (4-2-22)

Caltrain Ridership Grows as Workers Return to OfficesWith the omicron wave and fiery train crash in San Bruno in the rearview mirror, Caltrain continues its push to get more people to take the train. Max Darrow reports. (4-2-22)

San Francisco Redistricting Process Draws Protesters to City HallPeople from across San Francisco, concerned that the redistricting task force is headed in the wrong direction, spoke at the hearing inside City Hall and rallied outside. Shawn Chitnis reports. (4-2-22)

First Alert Weather Saturday Night ForecastBrian Hackney has the 7-day Bay Area forecast. (4-2-22)

PIX NowSaturday morning headlines from KPIX newsroom

First Alert Weather Saturday Morning ForecastTemperatures soar next week

Diners in North Beach Welcome Return of SF Restaurant WeekDiners were out in droves in North Beach Friday night, with many packed into bustling bars and restaurants. Sara Donchey reports. (4-1-22)

Health Experts Think COVID Cases Will Rise as Spring Break EndsCoronavirus cases in the Bay Area have been relatively low for weeks but, with the return of students from spring break, that infection rate is expected to rise. Da Lin reports. (4-1-22)

New Reward Offered in 2016 Homicide of Nicole Fitts, Daughter’s DisappearanceSan Francisco police have boosted the reward for information to $250,000 in the 2016 homicide of Nicole Fitts and the search for her missing toddler Arianna Fitts. Betty Yu reports. (4-1-22)

PIX NowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-1-22)

Sierra Snowpack at 38% of Average as California Drought DeepensNew readings taken Friday showed the water in California’s mountain snowpack sitting at an alarmingly low 38% of average. Wilson Walker reports. (4-1-22)

Off the Grid Returns to San Francisco Fort MasonFriday evening, Off the Grid food trucks were back at Fort Mason in San Francisco after a 2-year pandemic hiatus. Andria Borba reports. (4-1-22)

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