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Racist outbursts at soccer game, State of the State today, ban on Russian energy imports

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 NORCALUpbeat Governor Newsom to Surrender the State of California | California Gov. Gavin Newsom will deliver his annual State of the Union address on Tuesday, a state-wide platform to share his increasingly optimistic message about the nation’s most populous state in a year to face voters. for re-election. After two years of commanding masks, lockdowns and fires, Newsom has been setting a sunny, optimistic tone in recent weeks as it prepares for a relatively easy campaign. Read more here. Oak Ridge student to be “accountable” for racist outburst at a football match in El Dorado County | A student who played a racist-sounding high school girls soccer game over the weekend in El Dorado County has been identified and is “accountable,” according to high school principal Oak Ridge. Read more here. “I have to help her”: Sacramento man tries to bring Ukrainian fiancée to US | Sacramento hosts many people with ties to Ukraine who come into contact with loved ones leaving the war zone. Salim Salim moved to Sacramento nine years ago and became a citizen of the United States. He is now working to help his Ukrainian fiancée, who escaped violence in her native Poland. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENS ELSE Biden is expected to ban Russian energy imports due to the war Ukraine | President Joe Biden is expected to ban imports of Russian oil, gas and coal to the United States on Tuesday, according to three sources familiar with the decision. The US will make the move unilaterally, without its European allies, due to a dispute between European nations over whether to ban Russian energy imports. EU countries have significantly higher exposure to Russian energy than US Read more here.Police: 1 dead and 2 injured in shootings outside Iowa high school | Des Moines police say one person was killed and two others were taken to hospital after being shot dead outside an Iowa high school on Monday afternoon. The shooting took place outside East High School, but inside the school just before 15:00 local time. Police said the fire appeared to have come from a passing vehicle. Read more here. Does playing Wordle make you smarter? | Wordle-bragging, arguably one of the newest forms of humble bragging, has taken over social media. Solving the daily puzzle with five letters and doing it in only three, two or even on your first attempt is a sign of pride for many. But does being good at Wordle mean you are smarter than the average person or even a fellow puzzle? Read more here. WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY Placer County will consider banning daytime camping in public places. Governor Gavin Newsom will hand over the State at 5 p.m. for a cool start with a mix of ’30s and’ 40s in the Valley and Foothills, and teens and ’20s in the Sierra. Clear conditions will continue until the afternoon, where we will have mostly sunshine. The temperature will rise throughout the day similar to Monday, at 60 degrees at noon and finally at 70 in the afternoon. (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 you can download our application.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Optimistic Governor Newsom will hand over the State of California | California Gov. Gavin Newsom will deliver his annual State of the Union address on Tuesday, a state-wide platform to share his increasingly optimistic message about the nation’s most populous state in a year to face voters. for re-election. After two years of commanding masks, lockdowns and fires, Newsom has been setting a sunny, optimistic tone in recent weeks as it prepares for a relatively easy campaign. Read more here.

Oak Ridge student to be “accountable” for racist outburst at a football game in El Dorado | A student who played a racist-sounding high school girls soccer game over the weekend in El Dorado County has been identified and is “accountable,” according to high school principal Oak Ridge. Read more here.

“I have to help her”: Sacramento man tries to bring Ukrainian fiancée to US | Sacramento hosts many people with ties to Ukraine who come into contact with loved ones leaving the war zone. Salim Salim moved to Sacramento nine years ago and became a citizen of the United States. He is now working to help his Ukrainian fiancée, who escaped violence in her native Poland. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

Biden expected to ban Russian energy imports over Ukraine war | President Joe Biden is expected to ban imports of Russian oil, gas and coal to the United States on Tuesday, according to three sources familiar with the decision. The US will make the move unilaterally, without its European allies, due to a dispute between European nations over whether to ban Russian energy imports. EU countries have significantly higher exposure to Russian energy than the US Read more here.

Police say 1 dead and 2 injured in Iowa high school shooting | Des Moines police say one person was killed and two others were taken to hospital after being shot dead outside an Iowa high school on Monday afternoon. The shooting took place outside East High School, but inside the school just before 15:00 local time. Police said the fire appeared to have come from a passing vehicle. Read more here.

Does playing Wordle make you smarter? | Wordle-bragging, arguably one of the newest forms of humble bragging, has taken over social media. Solving the daily puzzle with five letters and doing it in only three, two or even on your first attempt is a sign of pride for many. But does being good at Wordle mean you are smarter than the average person or even a fellow puzzle? Read more here.

WHAT’S COMING TODAY

  • Placer County to consider banning camping during the day in public places
  • Governor Gavin Newsom will deliver the State of State at 5 p.m. in Sacramento

TODAY WEATHER PERSPECTIVES

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Northern California wakes up with a cool to chilly start with a mix of ’30s and’ 40s in the valley and foothills, and teens and ’20s in the Sierra. The clear conditions will continue in the afternoon, where we will have mostly sunshine. The temperature will rise throughout the day similar to Monday, at 60 degrees at noon and finally at 70 in the afternoon.

(Application users, click here to view the Doppler radar).

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