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One week since teachers strike, gas tax suspension bill amended, Will Smith apologizes

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’S HAPPENING IN NORCAL Teachers strike: No agreement yet reached between Sac City Unified, unions | Tuesday marks the seventh day of the strike and the fifth day of lost learning for students in the district. Despite most meetings between the district and the two unions representing teachers and striking staff — the Sacramento City Teachers Union and the International Union of Employees — no agreement has yet been reached. Read more here. Gas tax suspension bill amended to add tax to oil companies | The Assembly’s Transport Committee met at the Capitol Swing Space Branch on O Street and 10th Street in downtown Sacramento on Monday, passing Assembly Assembly Bill 1638 to the next committee. However, before that vote, a Democratic lawmaker proposed amendments to change the Republican-backed bill as a whole. Read more here. Former homeless people hired to clean up the Sacramento community | A pilot project employing former homeless people to clean up the Sacramento community has been going strong for almost a year. And it was approved for another year. Read more here. Sacramento school management concerned about state of crime investigation | A Sacramento vice president who has been the target of threats on social media and racist derogatory statements is worried about the current state of affairs involving people responsible for a hate crime against her. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENS OTHER RUSSIA SAYS TO CUT ACTIVITIES NEAR THE CAPITAL OF UKRAINE | The Russian military said Tuesday it would “fundamentally” cut off operations near the Ukrainian capital and a northern city, potentially a major concession from Moscow since it invaded its neighbor more than a month ago. Read more here. Will Smith apologizes: “I was out of line and I made a mistake” for the incident with slaps at the Oscars | The day after Chris Rock’s slap in the face at the 94th Academy Awards, Will Smith apologized to the comedian, the academy and the audience at home, saying he was “out of line” and that his actions “are not indicative of the man . I want to be. “Read more here. Biden’s $ 26 billion proposal for NASA paves way for 1st human exploration on Mars | Biden’s request for NASA budget for 2023 is $ 26 billion, the largest NASA’s Bill Nelson announced on Monday that meteorologist Melanie Hunter says the Sierra woke up on Tuesday with some prolonged rain that would not snow. There is also some fog along the North Shore, as well as in and around Sacramento and South Tuolumne.In the morning, the valley is cooler with temperatures in the mid-1940s. By the afternoon, temperatures close to 70 degrees are expected. (Application users, click here to see the Doppler radar). REAL TIME MAP (Application users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.) DOWNLOAD OUR APPLICATION FOR THE LAST Here is where you can download our application.

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 movement is shaped.

You can also watch ours the morning news bulletins live from 4-9 in the morning here.

WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Teachers Strike: No agreement yet reached between Sac City Unified, unions | Tuesday marks the seventh day of the strike and the fifth day of lost learning for students in the district. Despite most meetings between the district and the two unions representing teachers and striking staff — the Sacramento City Teachers Union and the International Union of Employees — no agreement has yet been reached. Read more here.

Bill to suspend gas tax amended to add tax to oil companies | The Assembly’s Transport Committee met at the Capitol Swing Space Branch on O Street and 10th Street in downtown Sacramento on Monday, passing Assembly Assembly Bill 1638 to the next committee. However, before that vote, a Democratic lawmaker proposed amendments to change the Republican-backed bill as a whole. Read more here.

Previously homeless people hired to clean up the Sacramento community | A pilot project employing former homeless people to clean up the Sacramento community has been going strong for almost a year. And it was approved for another year. Read more here.

Sacramento school principal concerned about state of crime investigation | A Sacramento vice president who has been the target of threats on social media and racist derogatory statements is worried about the current state of affairs involving people responsible for a hate crime against her. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

Russia says it will cut operations near the Ukrainian capital | The Russian military said Tuesday it would “fundamentally” cut off operations near the Ukrainian capital and a northern city, potentially a major concession from Moscow since it invaded its neighbor more than a month ago. Read more here.

Will Smith apologizes: ‘I was offline and I made a mistake’ for the Oscar slapping incident | The day after Chris Rock’s slap in the face at the 94th Academy Awards, Will Smith apologized to the comedian, the academy and the audience at home, saying he was “out of line” and that his actions “are not indicative of the man . I want to become.” Read more here.

Biden’s $ 26 billion bid for NASA paves way for 1st human exploration on Mars | The Biden administration’s request for the NASA budget for 2023 is $ 26 billion, the largest request for science in the history of the space agency, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson announced on Monday. Read more here.

TODAY WEATHER PERSPECTIVES

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says the Sierra woke up on Tuesday with some prolonged snowfall that does not really stick, but could create some smooth pieces as residents begin their days. There is also some fog along the north coast, as well as in and around the Sacramento area and southern Tuolumne County. For the morning, the valley is cooler with temperatures in the mid-40s. Temperatures close to 70 degrees are expected by the afternoon.

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