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Gusty winds in NorCal, Jan. 6 hearing takeaways, overnight shooting in Sacramento

KCRA 3 gathers all the information you need to know to start your day. Here you will find what you missed during the night, what happens during the day, the forecast and how your route is shaped. You can also watch our morning newscasts live from 4am to 9am. here. WHAT HAPPENS TO NORCAL Man injured in overnight shooting | Police said the shooting took place at 5700 block on Stockton Boulevard after midnight. The man was taken to hospital for serious injuries, police said. See more here. California commodity prices may rise as truckers pay more for diesel | Some independent truck drivers have decided to leave the business altogether due to the high price of fuel. See more here. US Forest Service to Lake Tahoe Pet Owners: Beware of Toxic Algae | The U.S. Forest Service issued the warning after tests confirmed that algae were present at Kiva Beach and Taylor Creek on the south coast of Tahoe. See more here. Sixth and seventh suspected monkey pox have been identified in Sacramento County, unrelated to previous 5 | The two additional cases are not related to the top five cases in the county and are also related to travel to the United States and not to Europe, health officials say. See more here. ‘Reagan Mansion’ in East Sacramento goes on sale | The “Reagan Mansion” in the “Fab 40s” neighborhood of Sacramento where Ronald and Nancy Reagan once lived is on the market for the first time in 22 years. See the pictures here. WHAT HAPPENS ELSE The FDA approves the first COVID-19 intake for infants, preschoolers | U.S. regulators approved the first COVID-19 vaccines for infants and preschoolers on Friday, paving the way for vaccinations to begin next week. See more here. 2 dead and 1 injured in Alabama church shooting Vestavia Hills police say the suspect is in custody. See more here. As Russia steps up its attack, Ukraine has given way to the EU The executive branch of the European Union on Friday recommended that Ukraine be given the status of a candidate country to join the bloc of 27 nations one day. See more here. Kim Kardashian did not spoil Marilyn Monroe’s dress, according to Ripley’s | Kardashian wore the dress only for photos on the red carpet before changing it into a copy she had made for the rest of the event. See more here. January 6: Former Vice President Mike Pence under pressure and in danger Lawmakers on the nine-member committee and witnesses testifying at the hearing all described Pence’s decision as preventing a constitutional crisis. See more here. See more here. WHAT’S GOING ON TODAY The El Dorado County Fair continues at the Placerville. There are several June events taking place today. Elk Grove hosts one of the 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. at District 56 Center. Rancho Cordova has an event from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Hagen Park. In Stockton, there is a waterfront event from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. And the three-day Sacramento celebration at Land Park begins with “Gospel Under the Stars” at 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. A public hearing will be held to rename the popular daily use area of ​​the Folsom Lake Negro Bar after years of calls to do so. The move comes after meetings with community members, historians and stakeholders. Learn more here. Chris Stapleton will perform tonight at the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland. Primus performs Rush hits at the Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento. SATURDAY WEATHER PERSPECTIVES Meteorologist Tamara Berg says she will occasionally plan stormy winds in the valley this morning, with some clouds and a cool start. The Delta breeze is stable with gusts in the range of 20-30 mph. Morning temperatures are 4-8 degrees lower than 24 hours ago. In the afternoon the weather will be mostly clear and lower temperatures. The highs will peak from the lows to the mid-1970s. The temperature will be 15-20 degrees lower than average. Less wind is expected on Saturday with continuing temperatures below average. It is warming up on Sunday with the highs approaching the average. WATCH OUR INTERACTIVE RADAR (Application users, click here to see the interactive radar.) GET THE LATEST APPLICATION HERE see our interactive traffic map.) DOWNLOAD OUR APPLICATION FOR THE LAST Here you can download our application.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Man injured in shooting overnight Police said the shooting took place at 5700 block on Stockton Boulevard after midnight. The man was taken to hospital for serious injuries, police said. See more here.

The price of goods in California is likely to rise as truckers pay more for diesel | Some independent truck drivers have decided to leave the business altogether due to the high price of fuel. See more here.

US Forest Service to Lake Tahoe Pet Owners: Beware of Toxic Algae | The U.S. Forest Service issued the warning after tests confirmed that algae were present at Kiva Beach and Taylor Creek on the south coast of Tahoe. See more here.

The sixth and seventh suspected smallpox monkeys were found in Sacramento County, unrelated to previous 5 | The two additional cases are not related to the top five cases in the county and are also related to travel to the United States and not to Europe, health officials say. See more here.

The “Reagan Mansion” in East Sacramento will be released on the market | The “Reagan Mansion” in the “Fab 40s” neighborhood of Sacramento where Ronald and Nancy Reagan once lived is on the market for the first time in 22 years. See the pictures here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

FDA Approves 1st COVID-19 Vaccines for Infants, Preschoolers | U.S. regulators approved the first COVID-19 vaccines for infants and preschoolers on Friday, paving the way for vaccinations to begin next week. See more here.

2 dead and 1 wounded by gunfire in the church of Alabama | Vestavia Hills police say the suspect is in custody. See more here.

As Russia presses for an attack, Ukraine is given a possible path to the EU | The executive branch of the European Union on Friday recommended that Ukraine be given the status of a candidate country to join the bloc of 27 nations one day. See more here.

Kim Kardashian did not spoil Marilyn Monroe’s dress, according to Ripley’s | Kardashian wore the dress only for photos on the red carpet before changing it into a copy she had made for the rest of the event. See more here.

January 6: Former Vice President Mike Pence under pressure and in danger | Lawmakers on the nine-member committee and witnesses testifying at the hearing all described Pence’s decision as preventing a constitutional crisis. See more here. See more here.

WHAT’S COMING TODAY

  • The El Dorado County Fair continues in Placerville.
  • There are many Juneteenth events happening today. Elk Grove hosts one of the 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. at District 56 Center. Rancho Cordova has an event from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Hagen Park. In Stockton, there is a waterfront event from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. And the three-day Sacramento celebration at Land Park begins with “Gospel Under the Stars” at 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.
  • A public hearing will be held on the renaming of the popular daily use area of ​​the Folsom Lake Negro Bar after years of calls to do so. The move comes after meetings with community members, historians and stakeholders. Learn more here.
  • Chris Stapleton will appear tonight at the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland.
  • Primus performs Rush hits at the Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento.

SATURDAY WEATHER PERSPECTIVES

Meteorologist Tamara Berg says she will occasionally plan stormy winds in the valley this morning, with some clouds and a cool start. The Delta breeze is stable with gusts in the range of 20-30 mph. Morning temperatures are 4-8 degrees lower than 24 hours ago. In the afternoon the weather will be mostly clear and lower temperatures. The highs will peak from the lows to the mid-1970s. The temperature will be 15-20 degrees lower than average. Less wind is expected on Saturday with continuing temperatures below average. It heats up on Sunday with highs closer to average.

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