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Missing USF student found dead in crashed TeslaThe Fresno County Sheriff said Sunday afternoon that a missing USF student was found dead inside the Tesla he rented for a road trip. reports Betty Yu. (3-6-22)

Protesters in Oakland show united front for UkraineOrganizers held a vigil for Ukrainian victims of Russian aggression at Lake Merritt on Sunday evening. Reports by Kenny Choi. (3-6-22)

PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (3-6-22)

KPIX Special Report: The San Francisco Tenderloin – A State of EmergencyThe state of emergency that San Francisco Mayor London Breed declared for the Tenderloin last December has a lot of people talking, but no one pays more attention to it than the people who live there. Wilson Walker reports. (3-6-22)

SF school board recall organizers seek replacement candidatesThe citizens’ group that organized the San Francisco school board recall is offering the mayor a little help with a list of people-selected candidates. Reports by John Ramos. (3-6-22)

Ukrainian fans rally in SF but disagree on NATOSan Francisco was the site of another rally for Ukraine on Sunday and there was broad consensus that the Russian invasion must end, but differing opinions on how best to respond. reports Shawn Chitnis. (3-6-22)

Weather forecast for the first alert Sunday eveningSnow in the Sierra and light rain in the Bay Area were nice but unfortunately didn’t help much with the drought. Brian Hackney has the forecast for the work week. (3-6-22)

Student mental health: Students gather at Oracle Park to discuss mental health‘Bring Chang To Mind’ organizers gather students at Oracle Park to discuss mental health

STEM STARS: Jahrai Haile and Julian Wilson receive Posse Foundation scholarshipsBay Area Hidden Genius Participants Jahrai Haile and Julian Wilson Received Posse Foundation Scholarships

First weather alert Sunday morningSunny skies, warm temperatures

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Missing: University of San Francisco student missing on ‘erratic’ tripSan Francisco student’s family grow increasingly concerned over his nearly week-long disappearance

UKRAINE CRISIS: Bay Area residents show support for UkrainiansBay Area residents take to the streets in support of those under siege in Ukraine

PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (3-5-22)

Pro-Ukrainian Protesters Call for Boycott of Russia in Silicon ValleyHundreds of people gathered in San Jose on Saturday to show their support for Ukraine as Russia’s attack on the country intensifies. reports Shawn Chitnis. (3-5-22)

Bay Area Congressman: Zelensky will not give in to Russian invadersRepresentative John Garamendi was among about 300 members of Congress who attended a teleconference Saturday with embattled Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. reports Devin Fehely. (3-5-22)

Gathering of Bay Area Restaurateurs for UkraineA cafe in San Francisco and a bakery in Benicia became fundraising hubs in Ukraine on Saturday. Reports by John Ramos. (3-5-22)

First weather alert Saturday eveningThe rain has left the Bay Area and there aren’t many signs of it returning soon, says Brian Hackney. (3-5-22)

First weather alert for Saturday morningCool early morning, snow on Mount Hamilton

PIX NowSaturday morning headlines from the KPIX newsroom

Wildland Blaze in Shasta County raises fears of a destructive fire seasonA wildfire in Shasta County triggered evacuation orders Friday afternoon in another sign of what we could face throughout the year. Reports by Andrea Nakano. (3-4-22)

San Francisco bartender seriously injured by fleeing driverA San Francisco bartender is battling her life in hospital after she was hit by a getaway driver about three weeks ago while riding her bicycle home. reports Betty Yu. (3-4-22)

PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (3-4-22)

Cal Fire prepares for another summer of smokeThe latest outlook for the potential for wildfires in California this summer is not good. reports Allen Martin. (3-4-22)