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Construction theft scheme thwarted, gas prices decrease slightly, grass fires keep crews busy

KCRA 3 collects all the information you need to know to get started on your day. Here you will find what you missed out on at night, what happens during the day, the forecast and how your journey unfolds. You can too. watch our morning news live from 4-9 a.m. here. WHAT IS HAPPENING IN NORCALArrests: 3 Sacramento men wearing building materials as construction workers in attempted theft | Three people from Sacramento in Lincoln have been arrested after posing as construction workers and attempting to steal building materials in Lincoln, authorities say. See more here. Sacramento firefighters fight multiple grass fires Sunday evening | At least three grass fires kept Sacramento County firefighters busy Sunday. So far no one was injured. Read more here. Sacramento’s annual Yuniteenth celebration is fun, teaching public meetings Saturday | Music, families and history filled William Land Park in Sacramento on Saturday for Sacramento’s annual Yuniteenth celebration. Read more here.Sky high gas price reduction on Father’s Day weekend | Prices at the pump eventually dropped on Saturday, but only slightly. The AAA attributes the sharp decline in gallon prices to declining demand, although travel in Northern California shows no signs of slowing down. Read more here.1 Arrested after alleged theft of Modesto hunting shop, several firearms recovered | Authorities say one person was arrested shortly after he robbed a hunting shop in Modesto. Modesto police officers responded to reports of an outbreak of violence at Turner’s Outdoorsman on Parkway Plaza early Sunday morning, the department said. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE FDA approves COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5. What should parents know? | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use on Friday for both Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna injections for infants. Vaccination advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted unanimously on Saturday to show support for vaccinating infants and other children under 6 months of age with COVID-19. Read more here. Florida lawmakers punished for spreading Bob Saget death news | Two representatives of Orange County, Florida, have been fined for spreading the news of comedian Bob Saget’s death before Saget’s family was notified, documents show. Read more here. Texas House expects to release preliminary investigation report on Uvalde disaster in mid-July | The Texas House Investigation Commission on Robb Primary School shooting is expected to complete a preliminary investigation report on the Uvalde disaster by mid-July, according to a source close to the committee. Read more here. International swimming bans transgender athletes from participating in women’s sports | The International Swimming Federation (IOC) has banned transgender women from participating in the sport from next Monday. Read more here. WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY The California Black Legislature will celebrate June 11 at the western level of the state capital at 12:30 p.m. Climate TODAY Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Monday will be hot in Northern California. For the morning, the area wakes up to temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Satellite imagery shows clouds approaching northwestern California, but we will get plenty of sunlight with northwest winds. By noon, temperatures will be in the upper 80s, which will rise in the low to mid 90s and 6 pm NorCal is expected to hit three numbers later this week. TRACK OUR-TIME TRAFFIC MAP (App users, click here to see) our interactive traffic map.)

KCRA 3 collects all the information you need to know to get started on your day.

Here you will find what you missed out on at night, what happens during the day, the predictions and how your journey is balanced.

You can also watch us morning news live from 4-9 a.m. here.

WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Capture: 3 Sacramento men dressed as construction workers in an attempted robbery | Three people from Sacramento in Lincoln have been arrested after posing as construction workers and attempting to steal building materials in Lincoln, authorities say. See more here.

Sacramento firefighters battled several grass fires late Sunday | At least three grass fires kept Sacramento County firefighters busy Sunday. So far no one was injured. Read more here.

Sacramento’s annual Yuniteenth celebration is a joy, teaching the congregation on Saturday | Music, families and history filled William Land Park in Sacramento on Saturday for Sacramento’s annual Yuniteenth celebration. Read more here.

Gas prices fell during Father’s Day weekend | Prices at the pump eventually dropped on Saturday, but only slightly. The AAA attributes the sharp decline in gallon prices to declining demand, although travel in Northern California shows no signs of slowing down. Read more here.

1 man arrested after robbery at Modesto hunting shop, several firearms recovered | Authorities say one person was arrested shortly after he robbed a hunting shop in Modesto. Modesto police officers responded to reports of an outbreak of violence at Turner’s Outdoorsman on Parkway Plaza early Sunday morning, the department said. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS IN SOME PLACES

FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5. What should parents know? | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use on Friday for both Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna injections for infants. Vaccination advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted unanimously on Saturday to show support for vaccinating infants and other children under 6 months of age with COVID-19. Read more here.

Florida lawmakers have been punished for spreading the news of Bob Saget’s death | Two representatives of Orange County, Florida, have been fined for spreading the news of comedian Bob Saget’s death before Saget’s family was notified, documents show. Read more here.

Texas House expects to release its first investigative report on the Uvalde disaster in mid-July. | The Texas House Investigation Commission on Robb Primary School shooting is expected to complete a preliminary investigation report on the Uvalde disaster by mid-July, according to a source close to the committee. Read more here.

International swimming has banned transgender athletes from participating in women’s sports | The International Swimming Federation (IOC) has banned transgender women from participating in the sport from next Monday. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS TODAY

  • The California Black Caucus Legislature will celebrate the Yuniteenth on the western steps of the State Capitol at 12:30 p.m. today.

TODAY’S MIND

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Monday will be the hottest in Northern California. For the morning, the area wakes up to temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Satellite imagery shows clouds approaching northwestern California, but we will get plenty of sunlight with northwest winds. By noon, temperatures will be in the upper 80s, which is leading in the low to mid 90s and 6 pm NorCal is expected to hit three numbers later this week.

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