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Tax filers have 3 more days to procrastinateAs tax day approaches, journalist Justin Andrews takes a look at who procrastinates the most in filing their returns.

Rugrats are backKPIX 5’s Gianna Franco talks to Cheryl Chase and Cree Summer about Rugrats. 10 Rugrats Episodes Drop On Paramount+ Friday

Come Dance With Me Premiere April 15KPIX 5’s Amanda Starrantino talks to Jenna Dewan and Philip Lawrence about the new upcoming dance show. COME DANCE WITH ME, the new family dance competition series, will premiere Friday, April 15 (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and will be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount +

Economic recoveryFormer EDD director Michael Bernick talks about the latest California jobs report, which shows the state gained more than 60,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate fell to 4.9 %

NorCal Lawyer uses his own experiences to advocate for children in foster careLily Colby fought for herself and her siblings as children growing up in the foster care system. Now she helps other young people in foster care find their voice. Elizabeth Cook reports.

San Francisco Redistricting Task Force Passes Deadline; Could face lawsuitsThe San Francisco redistricting task force missed Friday’s crucial deadline for approving a map. Jocelyn Moran looks at what can happen next.

Man accused of killing security guard Kevin Nishita arrested for murder and assaultShadihia Mitchell, the man accused of killing security guard Kevin Nishita during a failed robbery in Oakland last November, was arraigned on Friday for murder and assault.

PIX NowKPIX 5 Friday Noon News Update

3D printed houses for affordable housingKPIX 5’s Allen Martin talks to CBS News reporter Nancy Chen about her story on 3D-printed homes

Holiday Traditions: Italian Americans Prepare for the Easter HolidaysPane di Pasqua is beautiful and decadent. The love and respect that goes into the cooking process transpires in the traditions carried on today.

Warriors-Nuggets: The stupid conversations have already started before Saturday’s first game between Denver and the WarriorsWarriors playoff fever grows in Bay Area, including with Team KPIX Morning News

First weather alert for Friday morningShowers on Saturday

PIX NowFriday morning headlines from the KPIX newsroom

Tax Day Looms: San Francisco among cities with most income tax procrastinatorsThe tax filing deadline is approaching. San Francisco among cities with most income tax procrastinators

Redistricting debate: SF district committee misses key deadline amid controversySF redistricting committee rejects final map of new supervisory districts, deadline missing

Redistricting debate: SF district committee misses key deadline amid controversySF redistricting committee rejects final map of new supervisory districts, deadline missing

Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $43 billionProclaiming that Twitter must be “transformed”, activist investor Elon Musk has offered to buy the San Francisco-based social media giant for more than $43 billion. reports Sara Donchey. (14-04-22)

Wine country businesses hit by wave of ADA compliance lawsuitsNapa wineries have faced severe drought conditions for years, but are now facing something unexpected via the legal system: a series of lawsuits against the ADA. Reports by Kenny Choi. (14-04-22)

PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (14-04-22)

First weather alert on Thursday eveningA little more rain and then a brief dry spell before the next storm arrives – that’s the prediction of chief meteorologist Paul Heggen. (14-04-22)

South Bay Flood Mitigation Project Opens in San JoseThursday’s groundbreaking ceremony in Alviso marked the start of construction of the South San Francisco Bay Shoreline project aimed at reducing the risk of flooding in the South Bay. Kiet Do reports. (14-04-22)

San Francisco sheriff teams up with military to recruit new deputiesThe San Francisco County Sheriff’s Office is teaming up with the U.S. military to find more qualified candidates. reports Shawn Chitnis. (14-04-22)

Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $43 billionProclaiming that Twitter must be “transformed”, activist investor Elon Musk has offered to buy the San Francisco-based social media giant for more than $43 billion. Reports by Max Darrow. (14-04-22)

Bay Area Jewish Volunteer Group Organizes Ukraine Aid EffortsUnited Hatzalah volunteers in the Bay Area are working to send hundreds of people on the ground to the Ukrainian border to help those fleeing Russian aggression. Reed Cowan reports. (14-04-22)

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