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Sac Mayor’s State of the City, CA Mortgage Relief Program Expands

KCRA 3 brings together all the information you need to know to get your day off to a head start. Here you’ll find what you missed overnight, what’s happening throughout the day, the forecast, and how your commute is shaping up. You can also watch our live morning newscasts from 4-9am here.WHAT’S GOING ON IN NORCALCalifornia’s mortgage relief program expands eligibility for homeowners behind on payments | Homeowners earning 150% or less of their county median income now qualify for this program. Relief money can also be used to help pay overdue property taxes. See more here. Crews battle a large condo construction site fire in the Natomas area of ​​Sacramento | Some residents of the area were evacuated due to the intense flames. See more here. Abortion Amendment Advances Quickly in California Legislature | A proposed amendment to the California Constitution that would explicitly prohibit the state from denying or interfering with abortions or contraceptives passed two legislative committees in a single day Tuesday, an unusually fast pace for a legislature that often takes two years to pass a bill. law. its arduous process. See more here. New Sacramento Police Data Shows Homicides and Shootings Are Rising | In a filing before the Sacramento City Council on Tuesday, Police Chief Kathy Lester said that so far this year, Sacramento has reported 58 homicides. That’s an increase of nearly 32% from 2020. See more here. WHAT’S HAPPENING ELSEWHERE Continued drought brings another year of high mortality rates for salmon returning to the ocean | Conservationists are concerned about winter Chinook salmon, as the population continues to decline in years of prolonged drought. Last winter marked the third in a row with below-average rainfall and snowfall in many places, leading to lower water levels in major rivers. See more here. This is what led to historic flooding this week in Yellowstone National Park | The past week has been wetter than average, but several other factors played a role in creating damaging flood conditions. See more here. Biggest interest rate hike in nearly 30 years expected as Fed tackles inflation | A series of sizable increases would increase borrowing costs for consumers and businesses, likely leading to an economic slowdown and increasing the risk of a recession. See more here. The S&P 500 is in a bear market; this is what that means | Wall Street is once again in the grip of a bear market as concerns about inflation and higher interest rates overwhelm investors. See more here. Lawmaker says senators aim to pass gun safety bill before July 4. Here is the latest | The top Democratic negotiator in the bipartisan talks on gun safety legislation said Tuesday that senators are seeking to pass a bill before their July 4 recess, despite rumors on Capitol Hill that provisions regarding so-called red flag laws remain a point of contention. See more here. WHAT’S COMING TODAY Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg will deliver a State of the City address at 9 am California State Parks Week continues. See more here. WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR TODAY Meteorologist Tamara Berg says this morning is comfortable with less wind and clear skies. It will be a warmer afternoon as temperatures soar into the mid to upper 90s. Winds will shift to the southwest later today to make way for cooler days. Temperatures will return to average by Thursday. TRACK OUR TRAFFIC MAP IN REAL TIME (app users, click here to see our interactive traffic map).

KCRA 3 brings together all the information you need to know to get your day off to a head start.

Here you’ll find what you missed overnight, what’s happening throughout the day, the forecast, and how your trip is shaping up.

You can also watch our live morning newscasts from 4-9am here.

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN NORCAL

California Mortgage Relief Program expands eligibility for homeowners behind on payments | Homeowners earning 150% or less of their county median income now qualify for this program. Relief money can also be used to help pay overdue property taxes. See more here.

Crews battle a large condo construction site fire in the Natomas area of ​​Sacramento | Some residents of the area were evacuated due to the intense flames. See more here.

Abortion Amendment Advances Quickly in California Legislature | A proposed amendment to the California Constitution that would explicitly prohibit the state from denying or interfering with abortions or contraceptives passed two legislative committees in a single day Tuesday, an unusually fast pace for a legislature that often takes two years to pass a bill. law. its arduous process. See more here.

New Sacramento police data shows homicides and shootings are on the rise | In a filing before the Sacramento City Council on Tuesday, Police Chief Kathy Lester said that so far this year, Sacramento has reported 58 homicides. That’s an increase of nearly 32% from 2020. See more here.

WHAT IS HAPPENING ELSEWHERE

Continued drought brings another year of high mortality rates for salmon returning to the ocean | Conservationists are concerned about winter Chinook salmon, as the population continues to decline in years of prolonged drought. Last winter marked the third in a row with below-average rainfall and snowfall in many places, leading to lower water levels in major rivers. See more here.

This is what caused historic flooding this week in Yellowstone National Park | The past week has been wetter than average, but several other factors played a role in creating damaging flood conditions. See more here.

Biggest interest rate hike in nearly 30 years expected as Fed tackles inflation | A series of sizable increases would increase borrowing costs for consumers and businesses, likely leading to an economic slowdown and increasing the risk of a recession. See more here.

The S&P 500 is in a bear market; this is what that means | Wall Street is once again in the grip of a bear market as concerns about inflation and higher interest rates overwhelm investors. See more here.

The lawmaker says senators intend to pass the gun safety bill before July 4. here is the latest | The top Democratic negotiator in the bipartisan talks on gun safety legislation said Tuesday that senators are seeking to pass a bill before their July 4 recess, despite rumors on Capitol Hill that provisions regarding so-called red flag laws remain a point of contention. See more here.

WHAT’S COMING TODAY

  • Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg will deliver a State of the City address at 9 a.m.
  • California State Parks Week continues. See more here.

WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR TODAY

Meteorologist Tamara Berg says this morning is comfortable with less wind and clear skies. It will be a warmer afternoon as temperatures soar into the mid to upper 90s. Winds will shift to the southwest later today to make way for cooler days. Temperatures will return to average by Thursday.

FOLLOW UP OF OUR TRAFFIC MAP IN REAL TIME

(App users, click here to view our interactive traffic map.)

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