Scholarship Foundation for Immigrant Students – CBS San Francisco

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Kidnapped San Jose Infant Brandon Alexis Cuellar Found; 3 Suspects In CustodyKidnapped three-month-old Brandon Alexis Cuellar was located by San Jose police early Tuesday and three suspects were in custody who police said were somehow connected to the child’s family. Kenny Choi reports.

San Jose’s San Pedro Square Could Become Permanently Car-FreeThe al fresco dining established at the beginning of the COVID pandemic in San Jose’s San Pedro Square could become permanent following a vote to keep it car-free. Andria Borba reports.

California Bill Would Ban Police From Using DNA from Rape Kits To Incriminate Victims In Unrelated CrimesA proposed California Senate bill would ban police from using DNA from sexual assault victims to incriminate them in unrelated crimes. Anne Makovec reports.

SJ Kidnapping: SJPD Assistant Chief Paul Joseph On Locating baby and suspects in custodySJPD Assistant Chief Paul Joseph gives details on locating kidnapped three-month-old Brandon Alexis Cuellar and arresting three suspects.

Scholarship Foundation for Immigrant StudentsKPIX 5’s Gianna Franco shares a story of 6 sisters who started a scholarship foundation for immigrant students

Raw Video: San Jose police press conference on kidnapped baby foundKidnapped three-month-old Brandon Alexis Cuellar was located by San Jose police early Tuesday and three suspects were in custody, including a masked man seen on surveillance video with a baby carrier and a woman who had been detained hours before as a “person of interest “in the case. Kenny Choi reports.

JFK Drive Vote: San Francisco Supervisors set to vote on keeping JFK Drive carlessDuring the pandemic portion of Golden Gate Park’s JFK Drive was shut down to traffic, Supervisors vote on making it permanent.

Kidnapping: FBI Team, San Jose Police Search For Kidnapped Infant Brandon Alexis CuellarAn FBI forensic team swarmed over a San Jose apartment complex and the surrounding neighborhood early Tuesday, searching for any clues.

Drought: East Bay Utility District Considering Fines For Water OveruseWith the Bay Area locked into another year of drought, EDMUD officials consider monetary penalties for water overuse.

First Alert Weather Forecast For Tuesday Morningsunny, warm

PIX NowTuesday morning headlines from KPIX newsroom

Ariel Outreach Mission Featured On HGTV’s ‘Building It Forward’Helping people in need for 40 years, The Ariel Outreach Mission got a helping hand on HGTV’s ‘Build it Forward.’ Founder Karla Jackson and Executive Dir. Nadine Scott talk to BR about the valuable work they do. To find out how you can help The Ariel Outreach Mission continue to help others visit arielom.org.

Monday Night Partly CloudySunny and mild.

COVID: Study Reveals Vaccine Is Highly Effective In Preventing Ilness, Hospitalizations, DeathsNew data from state and local researchers reveals just how effective the COVID-19 vaccine is. Andrea Nakano tells us the new numbers may not even tell the whole story.

Musk’s Multi-Billion Dollar Deal To Buy Twitter Raising Concerns For Users, EmployeesElon Musk has sealed the deal to acquire San Francisco-based Twitter. Sara Donchey talks to experts about what it would mean for users and employees at the tech giant.

FBI Joins Manhunt For Suspect Who Kidnapped Baby From San Jose ApartmentThe FBI has been called in to help in the search for a suspect caught on camera kidnapping a 3-month-old baby from an apartment in San Jose. Betty Yu talked to neighbors.

Don’t Miss Greta Oglesby In August Wilson’s ‘Gem Of The Ocean’Actor Greta Oglesby talks to Len Kiese about the role of Aunt Ester in August Wilson’s ‘Gem of the Ocean,’ onstage at TheaterWorks Silicon Valley. For more information visit theatreworks.org.

Jury Summons Error In Contra Costa County Causing ConfusionA jury summons mixup in Contra Costa County is causing mass confusion and possible privacy breaches for jurors. Juliette Goodrich helps us sort out what happened.

PIX NowKPIX 5 Evening News headlines for Monday, April 25, 2022.

FBI Joins San Jose Police in Search for Man who Kidnapped 3-Month-Old Baby from HomeSan Jose police provide an update on the search for a three-month-old baby kidnapped early Monday afternoon (4-25-2022)

California Bill Would Limit Light Pollution From State BuildingsSouth Bay Assemblymember Alex Lee has introduced a bill, AB 2382, that would require all lights installed or replaced on State buildings to have shields on top or be motion-activated. John Ramos reports.

Bay Area Nurses In Training Anxious About FutureAs nurses at Stanford Medical Center were on the picket line, saying they are overworked two years into the pandemic, KPIX 5’s Shawn Chitnis talked to nurses in training about how they see the future. (4/25/22)

Authorities: Massive East Bay Fentanyl Bust Won’t Cause Huge Dent To Supply In TenderloinNearly 100 pounds of fentanyl were seized over the weekend, and authorities believe the drugs were likely headed to San Francisco’s Tenderloin. Wilson Walker reports. (4/25/22)

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