Stockton Fire is working to fill vacancies, new CA State Park, the impact of climate change on forest fires

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KCRA 3 collects 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 trips turn out. You can also watch our morning news broadcasts live from 4 to 9 am here. WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NORCALSstockton Fire Service is working to fill vacancies while wage negotiations continue with union | While negotiations between the Stockton Fire Service and the firefighters’ union on a new agreement are ongoing, the department is working to fill more than a dozen vacancies. Stockton Fire Chief Richard Edwards has 183 sworn positions in his department, and said he is currently facing 14 vacancies. Read more here. California’s first new state park in 13 years is located in the San Joaquin Valley The Dos Ríos Range in Modesto, located between the Tuolumne and San Joaquin rivers, will be California’s first public park in 13 years – the longest since the state has created a new park since the department was founded in 1927. Read more here. Saving our cities: Former prisoner uses West Sacrament gardens to grow next generation | Alfred Melbourne spent 18 years in prison, and when he was released six years ago, he realized he needed to change. Melbourne New spends its days on the corner of 5th and C streets in West Sacramento. Read more here. Climate change leads to increasing seasons of forest fires, threatens to destroy progress in air pollution | Climate research has shown that more intense heat waves and longer droughts contribute to greater and more intense seasons of forest fires, resulting in more smoky days in the western United States. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENS TO OTHER AFFAIRS The teenager disappeared during the spring break in 2009. Her body had just been found, and the man was arrested The body of a 17-year-old girl from New York who went missing while visiting Myrtle Beach in South Carolina on spring break 13 years ago has been found and a sex offender has been charged with murder, kidnapping and rape, authorities said Monday. Read more here. The takeover of Ilona Maska is questionable after claims of a spam Twitter account Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his Twitter purchase deal can’t move forward unless the company shows public evidence that less than 5% of social media platform accounts are fake or spam. Read more here. Attack on SoCal Church: Hatred for Taiwanese is seen as a motive; Dr. John Chen was called a hero A gunman of Chinese descent, motivated by hatred for Taiwan, chained, closed the doors of a California church and hid incendiary bombs before firing on a gathering of mostly elderly Taiwanese parishioners, killing a man who attacked him and possibly saving dozens of lives. authorities on Monday. Read more here. What is the theory of “excellent replacement” and how is it related to the shooting at Buffalo? | Following Saturday’s fatal shooting in Buffalo, New York, a 180-page manifesto appeared, attributed to the suspect, outlining the shooter’s motives, detailing how he was radicalized and how he “planned to kill as many Negroes as possible”, according to officials. The author of the manifesto also wrote about what is called the “Great Replacement”. Read more here.WHAT WILL BE TODAYGov. Gavin News will be at 3pm in Los Angeles today to talk about the state’s investment in drought control. Vacaville firefighters are conducting a training burn in the Cullen Hill area today from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. This week, Yola County is holding workshops on voter education and informatization to increase accessibility and participation of voters with disabilities and English proficiency. More information can be found here. A protest action is taking place today at the Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Stockton at 11:45. OVERVIEW OF TODAY’S AGENDA Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Northern California has a clear start, which means warmer weather is expected Tuesday. . North winds could also raise temperatures in the Sacramento area, but in areas like Fairfield and San Joaquin County, a delta wind will blow that will help lower temperatures there. By noon the Valley will be above the 70s around the 80s and the afternoon maximum in the low 90s. (Users of the app, click here to see Doppler radar). MAP MOVE IN REAL TIME (Users of the app, click here to see our interactive traffic map.) DOWNLOAD OUR LATEST SOFTWARE. Here is where you can download our app.

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN DRUGS

Stockton Fire Department is working to fill vacancies as wage talks continue with unions | While negotiations between the Stockton Fire Service and the firefighters’ union on a new agreement are ongoing, the department is working to fill more than a dozen vacancies. Stockton Fire Chief Richard Edwards has 183 sworn positions in his department, and said he is currently facing 14 vacancies. Read more here.

California’s first new state park in 13 years is located in the San Joaquin Valley | The Dos Rías Range in Modesto, located between the Tuolumne and San Joaquin rivers, will be California’s first public park in 13 years – the longest since the state has created a new park since the department was founded in 1927. Read more here.

Saving our cities: a former prisoner uses the gardens of the West Sacrament to grow the next generation | Alfred Melbourne spent 18 years in prison, and when he was released six years ago, he realized he needed to change. Melbourne New spends its days on the corner of 5th and C streets in West Sacramento. Read more here.

Climate change leads to increased forest fire seasons, threatens to destroy progress in air pollution | Climate research has shown that more intense heat waves and longer droughts contribute to an increase in and more intense forest fire seasons, leading to more smoky days in the western United States Read more here.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

The teenager disappeared during spring break in 2009. Her body had just been found and the man arrested | The body of a 17-year-old girl from New York who went missing while visiting Myrtle Beach in South Carolina on spring break 13 years ago has been found and a sex offender has been charged with murder, kidnapping and rape, authorities said Monday. Read more here.

The takeover of Ilona Mask is questionable after claims of a spam account on Twitter | Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his Twitter purchase deal can’t move forward unless the company shows public evidence that less than 5% of social media platform accounts are fake or spam. Read more here.

Attack on SoCal Church: Hatred for Taiwanese is seen as a motive; Dr. John Chen was hailed as a hero | A gunman of Chinese descent, motivated by hatred for Taiwan, chained, closed the doors of a California church and hid incendiary bombs before firing on a gathering of mostly elderly Taiwanese parishioners, killing a man who attacked him and possibly saving dozens of lives. authorities on Monday. Read more here.

What is the “excellent replacement” theory and how does it relate to the Buffalo shooting? | Following Saturday’s fatal shooting in Buffalo, New York, a 180-page manifesto appeared, attributed to the suspect, outlining the shooter’s motives, detailing how he was radicalized and how he “planned to kill as many Negroes as possible”, according to officials. The author of the manifesto also wrote about what is called the “Great Replacement”. Read more here.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TODAY

  • Gov. Gavin Newsom will be in Los Angeles County today at 3 p.m. to talk about the state’s investment in drought control.
  • Vacaville firefighters are conducting a training burn in the Cullen Hill area today from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • This week, Yola County is holding voter education seminars and advocacy seminars to increase the accessibility and participation of voters with disabilities and limited English proficiency. More information can be found here.
  • A protest action is taking place today at 11:45 in the Public Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Stockton.

TODAY’S SURVEILLANCE VIEW

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Northern California has a clear start, which means more heat is expected on Tuesday. North winds could also raise temperatures in the Sacramento area, but in areas like Fairfield and San Joaquin County, a delta wind will blow that will help lower temperatures there. By noon the temperature in the valley will be above 70 around 80, the maximum in the afternoon will be below 90.

(Users of the application, click here to see the Doppler radar).

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