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What you need to know to start your day for March 23

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 NORCALMENTO CitySacramento The United Teachers’ Union will go on strike after no agreement is reached | Teachers in the Sacramento Unified School District have confirmed they will go on strike Wednesday morning as efforts to reach a negotiated agreement between the school district and the unions have failed. Read more here. Sacramento families struggle to find where to leave their children before teachers strike | With teachers in the Sacramento Unified School District and other staff members on a formal strike Wednesday, thousands of parents across Sacramento have been forced to try to arrange where to leave their children while they go to work. Read more here. Man arrested after shooting 2 adults, 9-year-old girl injured in Stockton, police say | The shooting of two adults and the attack on a 9-year-old child on Tuesday night in Stockton is under investigation by Stockton police. According to a police press release, a 42-year-old man was arrested near the crime scene. Read more here. The time of fires is coming: How bodies, inhabitants are prepared | In the Colfax area of ​​Placer County, crews with the California Fire Department were preparing for the fires by igniting some of the nearby vegetation. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENS ELSE Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson returns for the 3rd day of confirmation hearings | Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson returns to the Senate for a third day of hearings as Republicans try to call her a felony and Democrats announce the historic nature of her candidacy to become the first black woman in the Supreme Court. . Read more here. Biden calls for new sanctions, help for Ukrainians in Europe With Europe facing a more precarious future since World War II, President Joe Biden will push with key allies in Brussels and Warsaw this week as leaders try to prevent Russia’s war in Ukraine from escalating. develop into an even greater disaster. Read more here. New Orleans tornado leaves one dead, thousands without power | A tornado tore through parts of New Orleans and suburbs Tuesday night, knocking down cars and tearing down roofs of houses and killing at least one person in an area hit by Hurricane Katrina 17 years ago. Read more here. WHAT’S COMING TODAY The State Capitol hosts Day Ag, where lawmakers and visitors can browse kiosks to learn more about how farmers and ranchers are tackling the challenges of climate change and pandemics. The event lasts from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. The Yosemite National Park reservation system is live at 8 p.m. for travelers to book their entry for the peak season. The inland breeze helps keep the temperature slightly lower. The area will have mostly sunshine throughout the day which will contribute to the rise in temperatures. By noon, temperatures will be in the mid-1970s, exceeding the 1980s by 3 p.m. .) DOWNLOAD OUR APPLICATION FOR THE LAST Here 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

The Sacramento City Unified teachers’ unions will go on strike after no agreement is reached | Teachers in the Sacramento Unified School District have confirmed they will go on strike Wednesday morning as efforts to reach a negotiated agreement between the school district and the unions have failed. Read more here.

Sacramento families try to find where to leave their children before teachers strike | With teachers in the Sacramento Unified School District and other staff members on a formal strike Wednesday, thousands of parents across Sacramento have been forced to try to arrange where to leave their children while they go to work. Read more here.

Man arrested after shooting 2 adults, injuring 9-year-old girl in Stockton, police say | The shooting of two adults and the attack on a 9-year-old child on Tuesday night in Stockton is under investigation by Stockton police. According to a police press release, a 42-year-old man was arrested near the crime scene. Read more here.

The time of fires is coming: How institutions, residents are prepared | In the Colfax area of ​​Placer County, crews with the California Fire Department were preparing for the fires by igniting some of the nearby vegetation. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson returns for the 3rd day of the confirmation hearing | Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson returns to the Senate for a third day of hearings as Republicans try to call her a felony and Democrats announce the historic nature of her candidacy to become the first black woman in the Supreme Court. . Read more here.

Biden calls for new sanctions, help for Ukrainians in Europe | With Europe facing a more precarious future since World War II, President Joe Biden will push with key allies in Brussels and Warsaw this week as leaders try to prevent Russia’s war in Ukraine from escalating. develop into an even greater disaster. Read more here.

New Orleans tornado leaves one dead and thousands without power | A tornado tore through parts of New Orleans and suburbs Tuesday night, knocking down cars and tearing down roofs of houses and killing at least one person in an area hit by Hurricane Katrina 17 years ago. Read more here.

WHAT’S COMING TODAY

  • State Capitol hosts Ag Day, where lawmakers and visitors can browse kiosks to learn more about how farmers and ranchers are tackling the challenges of climate change and pandemics. The event lasts from 11:30 in the morning until 1 at noon
  • The Yosemite National Park reservation system is live at 8 am for travelers to book their entry for the peak season.

TODAY WEATHER PERSPECTIVES

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says there will be less wind on Wednesday through the Sacramento Valley, but a breeze on land will help keep temperatures slightly lower. The area will have mostly sunshine throughout the day which will contribute to the rise in temperatures. By noon, temperatures will be in the mid-1970s, surpassing the lower 1980s by 3 p.m.

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