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Youth’s mental health is affected by their environment – CBS San Francisco

Youth’s mental health is affected by their environment – CBS San Francisco

Environment Worries Drag Down Mental Health of Youth – CBS San Francisco

Environment Worries Drag Down Mental Health of YouthDevin Fehely reports that climate change worries are having a negative impact on Generation Z’s mental health. (4-24-22)

First Alert Weather Sunday Night ForecastBrian Hackney gives you the Bay Area Work Week Forecast. (4-24-22)

Tech-Inspired Artist Paints a Robot Tribute to Ride-Hailing CarRobot technology inspired a Silicon Valley artist to transform a ride-hailing vehicle in the Alto fleet into an art piece. Devin Fehely reports

First Alert Weather Sunday Morning ForecastBrian Hackney has the First Alert forecasts for the next week. (4-24-22)

High School takes precautions for Hillsdale High Prom due to COVID ConcernsDa Lin reports on the measures taken to prevent a COVID epidemic at San Mateo’s Hillsdale High School’s prom (4-24-2022).

Cruise Ship Docked in San Francisco Enjoys COVID OutbreakDevin Fehely reports about the latest investigation into Princess Cruise Ship with COVID emergence (2-24-2022).

PIX NowKPIX 5 Morning News headlines Sunday, April 24, 2022

PIX NowHere’s the latest KPIX newsroom. (4-23-22)

Bay Area Earth Day Celebrations Continue into WeekendPeople all over the globe are celebrating Earth Day this weekend. Here in the Bay Area, that means both celebrations and service projects. John Ramos reports. (4-23-22)

East Bay Drug Busts Seize 92 Pounds Of FentanylAuthorities announced Saturday morning that more than 92 pounds illicit fentanyl were seized in Oakland and Hayward. Shawn Chitnis has the story. (4-23-22)

San Franciscans react to news of a rise in COVID infectionsThe COVID-19 positivity rate in San Francisco has increased to above 5 percent for only the second time in two months. Max Darrow reports. (4-23-22)

Saturday Night Weather Forecast: First AlertBrian Hackney has the First Alert forecasts for the week ahead. (4-23-22)

Fentanyl Bust: Raw Sheriff’s Department video of Fentanyl Manufacturing LabAlameda County Fentanyl Bust: Sheriff Seizes More than 92 Pounds

Saturday Morning Weather Forecast: First AlertThe next week will be warm and clear with clear skies

PIX NowSaturday morning headlines – KPIX newsroom

Oakland Plan Restores Urban Staircases: Neighbors BackThe roadblock is preventing a plan to restore hidden staircases in east Oakland. Da Lin reports. (4-22-22)

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Cameras installed in San Jose at Dangerous IntersectionA pair of license plate reader cameras were installed at a dangerous intersection in San Jose at Monterey Road & Curtner Avenue. Sara Donchey reports. (4-22-22)

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

Newsom Announces Vax Mandate for Children: Homeschooling boomsCalifornia is witnessing a boom in homeschooling. According to state statistics, it has more than doubled in the time since the pandemic. Sharon Chin reports. (4-22-22)

Girl in San Jose Hit and Run Dies of Her Injuries in 2011Her family announced Friday that a teenage girl who was struck by a car in San Jose in 2011, and left with severe injuries, died this week from complications. Max Darrow reports. (4-22-22)

Gilroy Garlic Festival Cancelled IndefinitelyIn 2022, the world-famous Gilroy Garlic Festival has been cancelled. It was a beloved annual weekend event that has been a staple since the late 1970s. Ryan Yamamoto reports. (4-22-22)

Research Robot Tracks Deep-Sea Marvels at Monterey BayTransparent jellyfish, fish with “fishing poles” attached to their heads, and pancake-shaped Octopuses all call deep sea home. A robot underwater is searching for these elusive creatures in Monterey Bay. (4-22-22)

Battery Bluff Park opens to the public with stunning SF Bay ViewHistoric Battery Bluff in the Presidio has been reborn as an open space for public use with a panoramic view over San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate. Allen Martin reports. (4-22-22)

BART Board Considers Reinstating Mask MandateBay Area transit agencies are now free to remove their mask mandates, in line with a recent federal ruling. However, some BART board members have re-considered that decision. Reed Cowan reports. (4-22-22)

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