Rise in Stockton killings, Roseville restaurant boom, COVID-19 case in decline
Rise in Stockton killings, Roseville restaurant boom, COVID-19 case in decline

Rise in Stockton killings, Roseville restaurant boom, COVID-19 case in decline

k watch our morning news broadcasts live from kl. 4-9 here. WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCALD Despite COVID-19 concerns and staff shortages, new restaurants boom in Roseville | The city of Roseville starts 2022 at a high level with new businesses, restaurants and residents. Mayor Krista Bernasconi told KCRA 3 that the city has added about 3,000 people a year over the past two years. On average, Roseville processes 800 single-family units per year. This year, Mayor Bernasconi said it will be closer to 2,000. See more here. Homicide Rises in Stockton: An overnight shooting marks the 10th homicide in 2022 | Another man who was shot Saturday night in Stockton marks the 10th homicide in 2022. An alarming increase in homicides, as a total of six people have been shot and died between 11-19. February. The current incidence of violent crime in Stockton is particularly alarming compared to previous years; with a total of 39 killings in 2021 and 56 in 2020. See more here. Hundreds participate in fundraiser for Elk Grove Police Officer | People lined up outside Pop’s Premium Meat Shop in Elk Grove Sunday and attended a fundraiser to support the fallen officer Ty Lenehan’s family. From kl. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the locally owned company sold tri-tip or pulled pork sandwiches, chips and a drink for $ 15. The entire profit will be donated to Officer Lenehan’s wife and two children, according to store owner Bryan Palpallatoc. See more here. WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE Crisis in Ukraine: Biden-Putin summit discussed, but fears of Ukraine war remain | The US and Russian presidents tentatively agreed to meet in a final attempt to ward off a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine, though sustained shelling continued Monday in a conflict in eastern Ukraine that Western powers fear could give the spark to a broader war. See more here.COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations continue to decline steadily in the US | Average daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to fall in the United States, an indicator that the omicron variant team has weakened across the country. The total number of confirmed cases reported on Saturday exceeded nearly 100,000, a sharp drop from about 800,850 five weeks ago on January 16, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. See more here. Officers’ trial against Floyd murder goes into possible last week | The trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd’s civil rights goes into what could be its final week on Monday, with the third officer yet to take his turn in the stands. Thomas Lane is expected to testify while his lawyer presents his case, the last to do so in the nearly month-long proceedings before the federal trial moves on to final arguments and then to the jury. See more here. WHAT’S COMING TO DAY New warm-up center opens today in Capitol City’s Seventh-day Adventist Church as Sacramento prepares for cold temperatures. Sacramento State joins Vitalant on three-day blood tour TODAY’S ROAD VIEW Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says a valley in northern California can expect cooler week highs in the 50s, lower snow levels and some morning temperatures that will be below freezing. Monday morning the temperatures will be in the 40s at 9 in the morning, then at noon in the 50s. Temperatures are expected to peak in the upper 50s (App users, click here to see Doppler radar). Real-time TRAFFIC MAP (App users, click here to view our interactive traffic maps.) DOWNLOAD OUR LATEST APP Here is where you can download our app.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Despite COVID-19 concerns and staff shortages, new restaurants are flourishing in Roseville | The city of Roseville starts 2022 at a high level with new businesses, restaurants and residents. Mayor Krista Bernasconi told KCRA 3 that the city has added about 3,000 people a year over the past two years. On average, Roseville processes 800 single-family units per year. This year, Mayor Bernasconi said it will be closer to 2,000. See more here.

Homicide increase in Stockton: An overnight shooting marks the 10th homicide in 2022 | Another man who was shot Saturday night in Stockton marks the 10th homicide in 2022. An alarming increase in homicides, as a total of six people have been shot and died between 11-19. February. The current incidence of violent crime in Stockton is particularly alarming compared to previous years; with a total of 39 killings in 2021 and 56 in 2020. See more here.

Hundreds participate in fundraisers for Elk Grove police officer | People lined up outside Pop’s Premium Meat Shop in Elk Grove Sunday and attended a fundraiser to support the fallen officer Ty Lenehan’s family. From kl. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the locally owned company sold tri-tip or pulled pork sandwiches, chips and a drink for $ 15. The entire profit will be donated to Officer Lenehan’s wife and two children, according to store owner Bryan Palpallatoc. See more here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

Crisis in Ukraine: Biden-Putin summit discussed, but fears of Ukraine war remain | The US and Russian presidents tentatively agreed to meet in a final attempt to ward off a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine, though sustained shelling continued Monday in a conflict in eastern Ukraine that Western powers fear could give the spark to a broader war. See more here.

COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations continue with steady declines in the United States | Average daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to fall in the United States, an indicator that the omicron variant team has weakened across the country. The total number of confirmed cases reported on Saturday exceeded nearly 100,000, a sharp drop from about 800,850 five weeks ago on January 16, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. See more here.

The officers’ trial against Floyd’s murder goes into a possible last week | The trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd’s civil rights goes into what could be its final week on Monday, with the third officer yet to take his turn in the stands. Thomas Lane is expected to testify while his lawyer presents his case, the last to do so in the nearly month-long proceedings before the federal trial moves on to final arguments and then to the jury. See more here.

WHAT IS COMING TODAY

  • New heat center opens today in Capitol City’s Seventh-day Adventist Church as Sacramento prepares for cold temperatures
  • Sacramento State joins forces with Vitalant on a three-day blood tour

TODAY’S WEATHER FORECAST

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says Northern California can expect a cooler week ahead with highs in the valley in the 50s, lower snow levels and some morning temperatures that will be below freezing. Monday morning the temperatures will be in the 40s at 9 in the morning, then at noon in the 50s. The temperatures are expected to max out in the upper 50s.

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