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PIX NowThe headlines from the KPIX 5 Evening News for Monday, April 25, 2022.

FBI joins San Jose police in search of man who abducted 3-month-old baby from homeSan Jose police provide update on search for three-month-old baby abducted early Monday afternoon (4/25/2022)

California bill would limit light pollution from state buildingsSouth Bay Assemblyman Alex Lee introduced a bill, AB 2382, that would require all lights installed or replaced on state buildings to have shields on top or be activated by the movement. Reports by John Ramos.

Bay Area nurses in training worried about the futureAs nurses at Stanford Medical Center were on the picket line, saying they were overworked two years into the pandemic, Shawn Chitnis of KPIX 5 spoke to nurses-in-training about their vision for the future . (04/25/22)

Authorities: Massive East Bay fentanyl bust won’t cause huge net supply problemsNearly 100 pounds of fentanyl were seized over the weekend, and authorities believe the drugs were likely headed to the San Francisco Tenderloin. Wilson Walker reports. (04/25/22)

California could join a growing movement for a 4-day work weekCalifornia lawmakers are considering a bill to make the standard workweek 32 hours instead of 40. Elizabeth Cook shows us a company trying it out.

San Jose police are looking for a suspect who abducted a 3-month-old baby from homeAndria Borba reports that authorities are scouring the South Bay after a man abducted a three-month-old baby from a house (25/04/2022)

Musk buys Twitter: UC Berkeley management professor on acquisitionJennifer Chatman, professor of management at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, talks to KPIX 5’s Ryan Yamamoto and Sara Donchey about Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter. (04/25/22)

Man wanted for kidnapping 3-year-old child in San JoseSan Jose police are looking for a man suspected of kidnapping a 3-month-old baby on Monday. (04/25/22)

Residents react to Elon Musk’s $44 billion purchase of TwitterKenny Choi reports that people had mixed reactions to Elon Musk taking Twitter out with the purchase of a social media platform (04/25/2022)

Game Day: Deebo Samuel and 49ers Contract Stand-offVern Glenn speaks with Bay Area News Group 49ers beat writer Cam Inman about Deebo Samuel’s trade request ahead of this week’s NFL Draft. (25-04-22)

Game Day: The Nuggets Stay Alive Against The WarriorsRecap of the Nuggets Game 4 win over the Warriors. Vern Glenn and Anthony Slater of The Athletic halted Sunday’s game as Denver avoided the sweep. (25-04-22)

Details emerge of a high-level meeting between US officials and the Ukrainian presidentDebra Alfarone reports on the high-level visit of the US Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense to Ukraine (04/25/2022)

Oakland Unified ends indoor mask mandate in schoolsJustin Andrews reports backlash to Oakland Unified School District finally dropping indoor mask mandate (4-25-2022)

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Thousands of Stanford health care nurses strikeAnne Makovec reports that nurses at Stanford Health Care are on strike (25/04/2022)

Elon Musk Acquires Twitter After Board Accepts $44 Billion Takeover OfferAmanda Starantino reports that Elon Musk’s offer to buy Twitter has been accepted by the company’s board of directors (04/25/2022)

Local doctor on potential Omicron surgeKPIX 5’s Anne Makovec talks to a local doctor from Stanford Health Care if we’re in the middle of an Omicron surge.

Rosales Scholarship: The Rosales Sisters of Watsonville have established a scholarship fundThe daughters of Abel and Maria Rosales, two immigrants from Zacatecas, Mexico, set up a scholarship fund to help first-generation or immigrant high school students.

First weather alert for Monday morningSunny, warm this week

School masks: Oakland public schools drop indoor COVID mask requirementsLike districts in the San Francisco Bay Area, officials in Oakland on Monday lifted classroom COVID mask mandates at local schools.

PIX NowMonday Morning Headlines from the KPIX Newsroom

Danville community responds to anti-Semitic flyersDanville police respond to anti-Semitic flyers found near city properties. This is the second time in two months that the community has experienced such hateful incidents. reports Betty Yu. (24-04-22)

PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (24-04-22)


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