Sculptor Cheryl Derricotte creates 12ft tall glass monument to Harriet TubmanSculptor Cheryl Derricotte was commissioned to create a 12-foot tall glass monument to Harriet Tubman. She invited BR’s Jan Mabry to her studio in San Francisco to see her work in progress.

New Oakland Holistic Wellness Clinic Offers Patients the Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen TherapyCEO Alex Williams talks to BR’s Jan Mabry about the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. His clinic, the first of its kind in Oakland, is located at 5764 Lowell St., Suite 8. For more information, visit

Don’t miss Soloman Hughes in “Winning Time, The Rise & Fall Of The Lakers Dynasty”A former Cal basketball player plays Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the HBO series “Winning Time.” Vern Glenn introduces us to Soloman Hughes.

Win warriors reminiscent of the old days of Oracle for Chase fansThe Warriors’ playoff games were a boost for Chase Center fans and businesses. Kenny Choi says the energy is reminiscent of the old days of Oracle.

Wrongfully Convicted Bay Area Man Finally Free After 32 Years in PrisonKPIX 5 presenter Sara Donchey talks to a man who spent 32 years behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit. Joaquin Ciria says he will dedicate his life to helping others who are serving their sentences for crimes they did not commit.

RAW: Interviews with Sara Donchey, Joaquin Ciria. Man Exonerated in 1990 SF HomicideKPIX anchor and reporter Sara Donchey speaks with Joaquin Ciria hours after he was officially cleared of the homicide that put him behind bars for 32 years.

A non-toxic plant looks like a carpet growing on Lake Anza in BerkeleyLake Anza in Tilden Park has undergone a strange transformation thanks to a tiny plant growing there. John Ramos shows us.

Die-Hard A fans step out for season openerMonday was a big night for the Oakland A’s and their die-hard fans. Devin Fehely has more on the season opener.

Jackson Square Lunch Spot that Survived the Pandemic Faces a Rent HikeReed Cowan reports on a popular downtown San Francisco restaurant facing a new financial challenge after surviving the pandemic (4-18-2022)

PIX NowThe headlines from the KPIX 5 Evening News for Monday, April 18, 2022.

Man wrongly convicted of 1990 San Francisco murder is exoneratedKiet Do reports that Joaquin Ciria has been exonerated after spending 32 years behind bars for SF homicide (04/18/2022)

Monday Night First Alert Weather Forecast with Paul HeggenExpect rain to start in North Bay Monday evening, spreading south through Tuesday morning. Skies are expected to clear Tuesday, but more rain is expected to arrive Wednesday evening. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (04/18/22)

Over a century later, the Point Reyes trail still shows the scars of the 1906 earthquakeThere are lasting bits of the 1906 earthquake around San Francisco, but to see what it did to the land itself, you have to go a little farther north to a place where the ground sags. is literally torn.

Court documents reveal new details about Sacramento mass shooting suspectsJulie Watts reports on violent criminal history of Sacramento mass shooting suspects revealed in court documents (04/18/2022)

Judge overturns mask warrant, but many plan to keep wearing themShawn Chitnis reports on local reaction to federal judge overturning mask mandate for air travel and public transit (4-18-2022)

San Jose Police Arrest 6 Alleged Members of ‘Prolific’ Jewelry Store Smash-and-Grab Robbery SquadSix members of a robbery squad that San Jose police described as “prolific” have been arrested following a months-long investigation into armed robberies at Bay Area jewelry stores. reports Len Ramirez. (04/18/22)

PIX NowKPIX 5 Noon News headlines for Monday, April 18, 2022.

San Francisco officials announce plans for in-person 4/20 celebrationAnne Makovec reports that Golden Gate Park hosted the first in-person 4/20 rally since the pandemic began (4-18-2022)

Russian attacks escalate in eastern UkraineSkyler Henry reports Ukrainian defenses making last stand in Mariupol (04/18/2022)

Oakland A fans prepare for home opener at the ColiseumJustin Andrews reports on anticipation for Oakland A’s home opener (4/18/2022)

Game Day: Warriors make statement in Game 1 win over DenverVern Glenn and the San Francisco Chronicle Warriors defeated writer CJ Holmes in the Warriors Game 1 win over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night at Chase Center. (18-04-22)

Game Day: Chase Center dressed for successFans attending playoff games at Chase Center will receive special “Gold Blooded” t-shirts. Vern Glenn interviews the man responsible for making sure every seat in the arena has a t-shirt. (18-04-22)

Game Day: Lexie Hull joins Indiana FeverLexie Hull was selected with the 6th overall pick in the WNBA Draft just days after Stanford lost in the Final Four. Vern Glenn interviewed Hull before his first practice with the Indiana Fever. (18-04-22)

A local doctor discusses the impact of the pandemic on mental healthCBS News Bay Area morning anchor Amanda Starrantino speaks with Stanford Health Care’s Dr. David Spiegel about the pandemic’s impact on teen mental health