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Widespread work-from-home policies can empty San Francisco officesWork-from-home policies introduced by Airbnb and other tech companies could transform downtown San Francisco. Betty Yu reports. (4-29-22)

Seismic retrofit could drive students out of affordable housing at UC BerkeleyAffordable student housing is extremely difficult to find in Berkeley. Now the Berkeley Student Cooperative fears one of its most affordable complexes will be forced to raise rents. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-29-22)

Oakland teachers picketing at the Port of OaklandStriking teachers prevented longshoremen from working the night shift by picketing the entrances to Port of Oakland. Da Lin reports. (4-29-22)

PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-29-22)

New Oakland Police Academy graduates ready for actionOn Friday morning, the Oakland Police Department welcomed 26 new officers to its ranks. Shawn Chitnis reports. (4-29-22)

Oakland teachers are staging a day-long walkout to protest school closuresClasses were not held at any of the Oakland Unified schools on Friday as teachers participated in a day-long strike and district administrators urged students to stay home. Andria Borba reports. (4-29-22)

Wildfire insurance costs are rising for North Bay residentsWith wildfires now a recurring, annual threat, the cost of living in Tierra del Fuego continues to rise. Wilson Walker reports. (4-29-22)

First alarm weather forecast for Friday nightChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weekend forecast. (4-29-22)

Gilroy executives hope the high-speed rail will make their city a transportation hubCalifornia’s high-speed rail project has been hailed by Gilroy officials, who are considering building a transit hub around the station. Len Ramirez reports. (4-29-22)

Republicans and Democrats are receptive to Biden’s $33 billion aid package for UkraineRepublicans and Democrats are signaling they will support President Biden’s proposed $33 billion additional aid package for Ukraine’s military, economic and humanitarian needs. Skyler Henry reports. (4-29-22)

Alameda votes to protect houseboat rentersThe Alameda City Council has taken action to ensure 66 residents of Barnhill Marina in Alameda are protected under the city’s rental ordinance. Max Darrow reports. (4-29-22)

Ariel Outreach Mission on HGTV’s “Building It Forward”The Ariel Outreach Mission has been helping those in need for 40 years and got a helping hand on HGTV’s Build it Forward. Founder Karla Jackson and Executive Dir. Nadine Scott speaks to BR about the valuable work they do. To find out how you can help the Ariel Outreach Mission continue to help others, visit arielom.org.

How to start a conversation about mental health with your kidsThere is a mental health crisis among children in the US and doctors say parents need to discuss this with their children.

Parents react to results of Moderna’s COVID vaccine trials with young childrenJocelyn Moran tells of parents considering getting their young children vaccinated against COVID once a vaccine gets FDA approval (04/29/2022)

East Bay Law Student, Full-Time Parent Brings Joy to Healing JourneyDonzahniya Pitre enjoys every busy moment with her 19-month-old daughter Nyrobi. The full-time working mother has a very hectic schedule. But being a parent is a joyful and important part of their healing journey.

2 convicted of stealing jewelry in JCPenney, Sam’s Club stores across CaliforniaAnne Makovec reports on state task force announcing convictions of people involved in retail theft rings (4-29-2022)

PIX nowNews update on Friday noon from KPIX 5

Oakland students forced to stay home during day-long teachers’ strikeJustin Andrews reports on teachers striking to protest Oakland Unified plans to close schools (4-29-2022)

No cost for May adoptions in Muttville, San FranciscoKPIX 5’s Anne Makovec speaks with Muttville’s Sherri Franklin about National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day and Eli’s Month of Love in May, when adoption fees are waived for every qualified adopter

New episodes of NCIS: LA premiere Sunday with back-to-back episodesBrand new back-to-back episodes of NCIS: LA are available this Sunday night

Raw video: Attorney General Rob Bonta announces arrests and convictions for retail larcenyTwo people identified as leaders of an organized retail crime ring have pleaded guilty after a multi-agency investigation and have been sentenced to 18 months in prison, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced on Friday.

Kidnapping of baby Brandon: Suspects are expected to be back in the San Jose courtroom on FridayTwo of the suspects involved in kidnapping a three-month-old boy will stand trial again

Liam’s List April 29: Movies, food and weekend fun in the Bay AreaKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem brings KPIX 5 users a weekly weekend pick list of entertainment, music, movies and online entertainment in the Bay Area

First Alert weather forecast for Friday morningSunny and warm weekend

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