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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (31.3.22)

1 injured, 1 arrested in shooting near Yerba Buena High in San Jose; Second suspect wantedElizabeth Cook reports on San Jose police investigation into shooting near Yerba Buena High School (3/31/2022)

Transgender activists attack San Francisco redistribution proposalLGBT organizations collectively condemned efforts by the San Francisco County Redistribution Task Force to redraw county lines in a way that would sever longstanding transgender and queer communities. Shawn Chitnis reports. (31.3.22)

Lt. Gov signs law extending eviction ban for some tenantsLt. gov. Eleni Kounakis signed into law Thursday extending eviction protections for anyone who has applied for government assistance. Andria Borba reports. (31.3.22)

Survey reveals widespread concern about crime in the Bay AreaBay Area voters’ concerns about crime and safety saw a sharp rise in the 2022 Bay Area Council poll. Wilson Walker reports. (31.3.22)

First alert weather forecast for Thursday nightChief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weekend forecast for the Bay Area. (31.3.22)

Concerns about privacy in automotive geotracking systemsGetting behind the wheel of your car can come with a risk you might not have thought of: a risk to your privacy. Allen Martin reports. (31.3.22)

Stanford professor assesses war between Russia and UkraineOne of the country’s top experts on Ukrainian and Russian politics tells KPIX what makes him optimistic and what keeps him up at night as the war heads into a sixth week. Kiet Do reports. (31.3.22)

Rural workers rally in San Francisco to celebrate Cesar Chavez’s birthdayCarrying slogans once used by Cesar Chavez, farm workers and their supporters took to the streets of San Francisco on Thursday. Len Ramirez reports. (31.3.22)

California drought: Water restrictions return for coastal residentsPaul Heggen addresses the current drought conditions and Max Darrow reports on new water use rules for thousands of people living along the San Mateo coast. (31.3.22)

Musicians reflect on how their art takes on new meaning in the age of pandemic and Ukraine warInterview with trombonist Tim Higgins, conductor Brad Hogarth, classical pianist and composer Jake Heggie, among others.

Musicians detail Michael Tilson Thomas’ influence on industry and legacyMichael Tilson Thomas holds many titles: he is co-founder and artistic director of the New World Symphony; Music Director Laureate of the San Francisco Symphony; and Honorary Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra.

Oakland Transgender ‘Danger!’ Winner visits White HouseOakland ‘Danger!’ Star Amy Schneider was welcomed to the White House on Thursday for International Transgender Day of Visibility. Michael George reports. (31.3.22)

Tenants relieved The California pandemic eviction ban has been extendedJustin Andrews Reports on State Legislature’s Extension of California’s Pandemic Eviction Ban (3/31/2022)

Poll: Fear of crime prevents Bay Area residents from returning to downtown areas of big citiesAnne Makovec reports on Bay Area Council’s newly released crime survey that shows many are staying away from big cities out of fear (3/31/2022)

The historic Mochi store in San Francisco’s Japantown is about to closeJocelyn Moran opens up about long lines outside Benkyodo Company’s beloved mochi shop in San Francisco on his final day (3/31/2022)

PIX nowKPIX 5 Noon News Headlines for Thursday 31st March 2022.

Drought Conditions: Areas of extreme drought spread across North BayAfter improving in the early winter months, federal officials say extreme drought conditions are spreading in the North Bay.

How We Roll premieres todayThe new CBS comedy series How We Roll premieres today.

Pain relief at the pumpsAnne Makovec of KPIX 5 talks to KCBS radio political reporter Doug Sovern about the state legislature’s competing gas tax proposals.

Highlighting New Documentary ‘We Were Hyphy’We Were Hyphy is a documentary that takes a look at the Hyphy movement in the Bay Area. KPIX 5’s Gianna Franco talks to director Laurence Madrigal and producer Jason O’Mahony.

First alarm weather forecast for Thursday morningSunny, 60s

PIX nowThursday morning headlines from the KPIX Newsroom

Benkyodo: Long lines outside the historic San Francisco Japantown Mochi Shop BenkyodoAs the clock ticks down to closing Thursday, diners line up in the early hours to buy mochi at Benkyodo in Japantown

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