Crime in Elk Grove, Al Qaeda leader killed, money stolen from food aid bills

KCRA 3 collects all the information you need to start your day right. Here’s what you missed at night, what’s happening all day, the forecast and how your commute is going. You can also watch our morning newscasts live here from 4-9pm. WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCALMan arrested after standoff in Placer County home after shooting, officials say | A man was arrested early Tuesday morning after a stalemate at a Placer County home that began Monday night, according to the sheriff’s office. Read more here.Sacramento man arrested after multi-day armed robbery; woman also arrested | A 39-year-old Sacramento man has been arrested in connection with a series of early morning armed robberies at businesses in Sacramento County last week that involved a stolen car at one point, authorities said. A woman was also arrested in connection with the crime wave. Read more here. Organized Crime Gangs Discharge Bills of Californians Receiving Money for Food Aid | Californians who depend on two state aid programs with food and other resources have had their accounts drained as a result of fraud perpetrated by organized crime gangs. The state has done little to resolve the issue, a source close to the investigation told KCRA 3 Investigates. Read more here. ‘Anyone can get monkey pox’: California man gets national attention for trying to destigmatize monkey pox | With more than 1.4 million views to date, a TikTok post he made while battling the virus guides viewers through the symptoms he was experiencing. Read more here. WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE Al-Zawahri’s Path Went From the Cairo Clinic to the Top of Al Qaeda | The doors of jihad opened to Ayman al-Zawahri as a young doctor at a clinic in Cairo when a visitor arrived with a tempting offer: a chance to treat Islamist fighters fighting Soviet forces in Afghanistan. Read more here. Pelosi believed he was on his way to Taiwan, raising tensions with China | US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Malaysia on Tuesday and was expected to visit Taiwan, raising tensions with Beijing, which claims the self-governed island as its own territory. Read more here. More rain hits mountain communities in Kentucky after deadly flooding | Another round of rains hit flooded mountain communities in Kentucky Monday as more bodies emerged from the sodden landscape, and the governor warned that high winds could pose another threat: falling trees and utility poles. Read more here. WHAT’S OUT TODAY The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation announce the recipients of the Economic Relief Small Business Grant Program. Attorney General Bonta will announce a settlement with a rental company accused of violating consumer protection laws. The murder case against Kristin Smart continues against Paul and Ruben Flores, the son and father accused of playing roles in Smart’s disappearance. Melanie Hunter says there were some showers early Tuesday morning, but mostly for the area in the far north of the state, which could bring some moisture near the McKinney Fire. The Valley wakes up with a mild start and will warm up during the second half of the day. Meanwhile, there is a chance of some scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms in the Sierra. Temperatures in the valley will be low in the 80s at 10 a.m. and then peak around the mid 90s by 4 p.m. (App users, click here to see Doppler radar). Fire Threat Index: ValleyFire Threat Index: FoothillsFire Threat Index: SierraREAL TIME TRAFFIC MAP (App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.) DOWNLOAD OUR APP FOR THE LATEST Here you can download our app.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN NORCAL

Man arrested after standoff at Placer County home after shooting, officials say | A man was arrested early Tuesday morning after a stalemate at a Placer County home that began Monday night, according to the sheriff’s office. Read more here.

Sacramento man arrested after multi-day crime wave of armed robbery; woman also arrested | A 39-year-old Sacramento man has been arrested in connection with a series of early morning armed robberies at businesses in Sacramento County last week that involved a stolen car at one point, authorities said. A woman was also arrested in connection with the crime wave. Read more here.

Organized Crime Gangs Drain Bills of Californians Receiving Money for Food Aid | Californians who depend on two state aid programs with food and other resources have had their accounts drained as a result of fraud perpetrated by organized crime gangs. The state has done little to resolve the issue, a source close to the investigation told KCRA 3 Investigates. Read more here.

‘Anyone can get monkey pox’: California man gets national attention for trying to destigmatize monkey pox | With more than 1.4 million views to date, a TikTok post he made while battling the virus guides viewers through the symptoms he was experiencing. Read more here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

Al-Zawahri’s path went from the Cairo clinic to the top of Al Qaeda | The doors of jihad opened to Ayman al-Zawahri as a young doctor at a clinic in Cairo when a visitor arrived with a tempting offer: a chance to treat Islamist fighters fighting Soviet forces in Afghanistan. Read more here.

Pelosi believed he was going to Taiwan and heightening tension with China | US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Malaysia on Tuesday and was expected to visit Taiwan, raising tensions with Beijing, which claims the self-governed island as its own territory. Read more here.

More rain hits mountain communities in Kentucky after deadly floods | Another round of rains hit flooded mountain communities in Kentucky Monday as more bodies emerged from the sodden landscape, and the governor warned that high winds could pose another threat: falling trees and utility poles. Read more here.

WHAT’S COMING TODAY

  • The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation announce the recipients of the Economic Relief Small Business Grant Program.
  • Attorney General Bonta will announce a settlement with a rental company accused of violating consumer protection laws.
  • The murder case against Kristin Smart continues for Paul and Ruben Flores, the son and father accused of playing roles in Smart’s disappearance.

TODAY’S WEATHER FORECAST

Meteorologist Melanie Hunter says there were some showers in the morning on Tuesday morning, but mostly for the area in the far north of the state, which could bring some moisture near the McKinney Fire. The Valley wakes up with a mild start and will warm up during the second half of the day. Meanwhile, there is a chance of some scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms in the Sierra. Temperatures in the valley will be low in the 80s at 10 a.m. and highest in the mid 90s at 4 p.m.

(App users, click here to see Doppler radar).

Fire Threat Index: Valley

Fire Threat Index: Foothills

Fire Threat Index: Sierra

REAL-TIME TRAFFIC MAP

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

DOWNLOAD OUR APP FOR THE LATEST

Here you can download our app.

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