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California’s ‘Climate Whiplash’ Probably Form of Issues to Come – CBS San Francisco

Cal Fire Prepares for Another Summer of SmokeThe latest outlook for wildfire potential in California this summer is not looking good. Allen Martin reports. (3-4-22)

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USF Dons Ready To End NCAA Tournament DroughtUSF Men’s Basketball won 23 games during the regular season to put itself in great shape to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998. Charlie Walter interviews star guard Jamaree Bouyea and head coach Todd Golden. (3-4-22)

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First Alert Weather Day – Windy ‘n’ WildFirst Alert Weather team coverage from Mary Lee in Millbrae and Paul Heggen in the KPIX weather center. (3-4-22)

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Embarked Santa Clara County Sheriff Loses SJ Police SupportThe San Jose police union has thrown its support behind a candidate vying to replace the Santa Clara County sheriff. Kiet Do reports. (3-4-22)

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San Mateo Leads Rent Rise in Bay Area CitiesNew numbers show a sharp rise in rents in the Bay Area, with averages approaching pre-pandemic levels. Shawn Chitnis reports. (3-4-22)

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War Puts Ukraine Couple’s Bay Area Wedding on HoldA Ukrainian couple’s Bay Area wedding plans are on hold due to the conflict with Russia. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-4-22)

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$3 million surprise in OaklandCBS News Bay Area’s Juliette Goodrich talks with the founder of Oakland Young, the non-profit that received a surprise $3 million donation from Mackenzie Scott

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California’s ‘Weather Whiplash’ Likely Shape of Things to ComeFrom record-wet months to a bone-dry new year — that’s been the story this winter in Northern California and, as meteorologist Darren Peck explains, it may be the sign of a new climate-change normal. (3-4-22)

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Caltrans Blows Up Boulder Blocking Highway 50 at Echo SummitHighway 50 at Echo Summit is back open after nearly a day’s closure caused by a huge boulder that fell onto the road. (3-4-22)

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Bay Area Relief Organizations Show Support for UkraineDonations for Ukraine are pouring in from around the Bay Area — everything from medical supplies to diapers. Devin Fehely reports. (3-4-22)

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Russia Steps Up Assault on Ukraine InfrastructureThe Pentagon said Friday the Russians have fired more than 500 missiles in the week since they invaded Ukraine. Natalie Brand reports. (3-4-22)

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Student Rising Above Scholar’s Goal Is To Teach In San FranciscoArmed with a newly earned Master’s Degree, Angelina Tatiana Brand now has her sights set on returning to a San Francisco classroom as a teacher.

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First Alert Weather: Windstorm along San Francisco Bay and on the CoastWinds will begin picking up around 2 pm along the coast and along the San Francisco Bay

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PIX NowFriday afternoon headlines from the KPIX newsroom

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Hall Sentencing: Andrew Hall Sentenced To Prison For Fatal OIS Slaying Of Laudemer ArboledaFormer Contra Costa sheriff’s deputy Andrew Hall was sentenced Friday to six years in prison for the shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda.

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Horrific Crash: Four Injured Including 18-Month-Old In Horrific Sonoma County CrashRaw scene video — Four people including an 18-month-old child were injured Friday morning in a horrific chain reaction crash

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First Alert Weather: Strong Wind Storm Rolls Into Bay Area This AfternoonGusty winds will blow around unsecured objects. Tree limbs could be blown down and power outages may result.

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PIX NowFriday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom

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Liam’s List March 4: Movies, Food, Something MagicalKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem provides KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.

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First Alert Weather Friday Morning ForecastLight showers followed by gusty winds

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Hall Sentencing: Former Police Officer Faces Prison Time In Fatal Shooting Of Laudemer ArboledaFormer Police Officer Andrew Hall faces as much as 17 years in prison when he is sentenced Friday for the shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda.

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High Gas Prices in California Likely to LingerCalifornia drivers are already paying the highest average cost of gas per gallon and experts warn there may be no relief at the pump in the near future. Maria Cid Medina reports. (3-3-22)

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Court Orders Cal to Freeze Enrollment at 2020 LevelThe University of California, Berkeley was ordered by California’s Supreme Court on Thursday to freeze his undergraduate enrollment at 2020-21 levels. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-3-22)

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Bay Area Organization Lends Helping Hand to Ukraine RefugeesNova Ukraine, a non-profit here in the Bay Area, is working to help with what will surely be an ongoing humanitarian crisis as hundreds of thousands flee the escalating violence in their homeland. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-3-22)

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