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Suspected predator arrested in Sac, Russia escalates tension, homeless site vote postponed

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’S HAPPENING IN THE NORTH A man accused of harassing more than 100 children online, says Sacramento sheriff | A 24-year-old man was arrested on Tuesday after a months-long investigation revealed he was a girl talking to several other children online to produce pornographic content with children, district officials said. Sacramento. See more here. Voting on the Sacramento County subdivision for homeless delays | The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday decided to hold a referendum on a controversial housing group aimed at helping homeless people. See more information here. Department of Water Resources to help improve groundwater supply | Over the past year, the California Department of Water Resources has been measuring drainage in the central and southern parts of the state. The same will be done for the Sacramento Valley over the next several weeks. See more here. Veteran Stockton Marine plans to travel to Ukraine to provide military and first aid supplies | Stockton’s ex-soldier pointed to the words tattooed on his right arm, “Everyone is guilty of what they did not do.” This statement is what inspired his efforts to help people in need. Taرض مزيد Russia on Wednesday launched a new offensive in Ukraine, cutting off gas supplies to NATO, Poland and Bulgaria, adding to the crisis. western countries. See more here.LA sheriff investigates how a journalist obtained a spy video | A Los Angeles judge on Tuesday denied allegations that he was involved in a fabrication case in which an assistant knelt on a handcuff, a Los Angeles Times reporter who used some leaked documents and videos began to report on the incident as part of his. criminal investigation. See more here. Oklahoma governor signs first contraception in country | The bill follows last year’s agreement with the Oklahoma State Department of Health in a civil case that allows for the option of non-compliance. A birth certificate has been issued to an Oregon resident of Oklahoma who filed the lawsuit after the agency initially rejected the request. Inexperienced people are no different from traditional men or women. See more here.SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA behind private jet | He was the first NASA staff member to include both men and women equally, including the first Black woman to fly long-distance flight, Jessica Watkins. See more here. WHAT HAPPENS TODAY. Alex Padilla holds a face-to-face discussion with California Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot to discuss investing in orphanage oil and gas wells at 10 a.m. for nurses across the state with the organization. California nurses are choosing to raise awareness about staff shortages and high turnover. in their hospitals. Climate TODAY Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Northern California is waking up to colder weather than Tuesday. The region will experience mixed sun and clouds throughout the day, with temperatures back in the upper 40s and around 9 a.m. Sunrise will reach the mid-to-70s, with more wind this evening. (App users, click here to see Doppler radar). EXISTING TRAFFIC MAP (App users, click here to see our traffic map).

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WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

A man accused of repairing the Internet for more than 100 children worldwide, according to the Sacramento sheriff | A 24-year-old man was arrested on Tuesday after a months-long investigation revealed he was a girl talking to several other children online to produce pornographic content with children, district officials said. Sacramento. See more here.

Voting on a small Sacramento County home district for the homeless is delayed | The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday decided to hold a referendum on a controversial housing group aimed at helping homeless people. See more here.

The Department of Water Resources will help improve groundwater supply | Over the past year, the California Department of Water Resources has been measuring drainage in the central and southern parts of the state. The same will be done for the Sacramento Valley over the next several weeks. See more here.

The former Stockton Marine navy plans to travel to Ukraine to provide military relief supplies | Stockton’s ex-soldier pointed to the words tattooed on his right arm, “Everyone is guilty of what they did not do.” This statement is what inspired his efforts to help people in need. See more here.

WHAT HAPPENS IN SOME PLACES

Russia has cut off two EU member states’ natural gas supplies during the war | Russia on Wednesday launched a new offensive in Ukraine, cutting off gas supplies to NATO, Poland and Bulgaria, adding to tensions in the escalating conflict with the West. world. See more here.

LA sheriff investigates how a journalist obtained a spy video | The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning the use of child pornography have been made more than once in the United States. exposed in the first report on the case is part of it. criminal investigation. See more here.

The governor of Oklahoma has signed the country’s first contraceptive law | The bill follows last year’s agreement with the Oklahoma State Department of Health in a civil case that allows for the option of non-compliance. A birth certificate has been issued to an Oregon resident of Oklahoma who filed the lawsuit after the agency initially rejected the request. Inexperienced people are no different from traditional men or women. See more here.

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to NASA behind private jet | He was the first NASA staff member to include both men and women equally, including the first Black woman to fly long-distance flight, Jessica Watkins. See more here.

WHAT HAPPENS TODAY

  • Sen. Alex Padilla holds a face-to-face discussion with California Department of Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot to further discuss investments in orphanage oil and gas wells by 10 p.m.
  • Nurses across the state along with the California Nurses Association are choosing to raise awareness about staff shortages and the number of changes in their hospitals.

TODAY’S MIND

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Northern California is waking up to colder weather compared to Tuesday. The region will experience mixed sun and clouds throughout the day, with temperatures back in the upper 40s and around 9 a.m. Sunrise will reach the mid-to-70s, with more wind this evening.

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