1 day before California primary, SCUSD mask mandate returns

KCRA 3 brings together all the information you need to get a head start on your day. Here you’ll find what you missed overnight, what’s happening throughout the day, forecasts and how your journey is progressing. You can also watch our morning newscasts live from 4am to 9am here. Track the latest prices county by county in NorCal. Read more here. Warden shoots and kills man who tried to attack him in his garden, Stockton police say | Reports so far have led officers to believe the guard shot the man out of fear for his life, police said. Learn more here. What You Need to Know About Sacramento’s Organic Food Waste Recycling Program | Starting July 1, the City of Sacramento will require residential customers to sort organic food waste as part of a new recycling program. Learn more here. Sacramento’s Latest Shooting Baffles Residents | A Sunday morning shooting and a general sense of what looks like one crime after another has some in Sacramento worried for their personal safety. Learn more here. New Research Shows Microplastics Can Carry Diseases That Make Us Sick | UC Davis scientists studied three major pathogens and found they could hitch a ride on microscopic pieces of plastic in the ocean. Learn more here. WHAT’S ELSEWHERELon Musk threatens to walk out of deal Twitter | Elon Musk is threatening to end his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter, accusing the company of refusing to give him information about his spam bot accounts. Learn more here. Several people killed, 11 injured in shooting in downtown Philadelphia | Mayor Jim Kenney said the spike in gun violence in the city and across the country “not only makes me heartbroken, but also angry.” He said, however, that tackling this violence would be “an uphill battle” without measures to address the “availability and ease of access to firearms.” Read more here. Tropical Storm Alex heads for Bermuda region with wind, rain | Bermuda closed schools, businesses and government agencies as Tropical Storm Alex tracked into British Overseas Territory on Monday after killing three people in Cuba and flooded parts of Florida. Learn more here. How the Rainbow Flag Became the Global Symbol of LGBTQ Pride | Find out how the rainbow flag became the global symbol of LGBTQ pride. Watch the video here. Crowds Pay Tribute to WWII Veterans at Normandy D-Day Celebrations | When D-Day veterans tread Normandy beaches and other World War II sites, they express a mixture of joy and sadness. Learn more here. ty Unified School District is bringing back its indoor mask mandate for students and staff due to high levels of COVID-19. If parents forget to bring a mask, schools will provide one. There are less than 24 hours until Election Day for the June 7 primary election. Early voting turnout has been low so far. Get the latest information with our voter guide. Today is the first day of “burn training” for the Modesto Fire Department. Parts of Tuolumne River Regional Park will be closed to the public until Sunday. Sacramento County Public Health will give an update on COVID-19 and monkeypox at 9:30 a.m. Watch a live stream on our social media pages. TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOK Meteorologist Tamara Berg says it will be a beautiful morning with some clouds, light winds and perhaps a few patches of fog. Temperatures will be warmer today, but close to average. Highs will reach the mid to upper 80s. The warming trend will continue into the week. | MORE | KCRA 3 Fire Threat Index: Track fire conditions across Northern California regions INTERACTIVE RADAR (App users click here to view Doppler Radar).

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

Here you’ll find what you missed overnight, what’s happening throughout the day, forecasts and how your journey is progressing.

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

WHAT HAPPENS AT NORCAL

Gasoline prices hit record highs in California and nationally | Track the latest prices county by county in NorCal. Learn more here.

A guard shoots and kills a man who tried to attack him in his garden, Stockton police say | Reports so far have led officers to believe the guard shot the man out of fear for his life, police said. Learn more here.

What You Need to Know About Sacramento’s Organic Food Waste Recycling Program | Starting July 1, the City of Sacramento will require residential customers to sort organic food waste as part of a new recycling program. Learn more here.

Sacramento’s latest shooting baffles residents | A Sunday morning shooting and a general sense of what looks like one crime after another has some in Sacramento worried for their personal safety. Learn more here.

New research shows microplastics are capable of carrying diseases that make us sick | UC Davis scientists studied three major pathogens and found they could hitch a ride on microscopic pieces of plastic in the ocean. Learn more here.

WHAT HAPPENS ELSEWHERE

Elon Musk threatens to walk away from his deal on Twitter | Elon Musk is threatening to end his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter, accusing the company of refusing to give him information about his spam bot accounts. Learn more here.

Several people killed and 11 injured in shooting in downtown Philadelphia | Mayor Jim Kenney said the spike in gun violence in the city and across the country “not only makes me heartbroken, but also angry.” He said, however, that tackling this violence would be “an uphill battle” without measures to address the “availability and ease of access to firearms.” Learn more here.

Tropical Storm Alex heads for the Bermuda region with wind and rain | Bermuda closed schools, businesses and government agencies as Tropical Storm Alex tracked into British Overseas Territory on Monday after killing three people in Cuba and flooding parts of Florida. Learn more here.

How the Rainbow Flag Became the Global Symbol of LGBTQ Pride | Find out how the rainbow flag became the global symbol of LGBTQ pride. Watch the video here.

Crowds pay their respects to WWII veterans during Normandy landings celebrations | When D-Day veterans tread the beaches of Normandy and other World War II sites, they express a mixture of joy and sadness. Learn more here.

WHAT IS TODAY

  • Starting today, the Sacramento City Unified School District is reinstating its indoor mask mandate for students and staff due to high levels of COVID-19. If parents forget to bring a mask, schools will provide one.
  • There are less than 24 hours until Election Day for the June 7 primary election. Early voting turnout has been low so far. Get the latest information with our voter guide.
  • Today is the first day of “burn training” for the Modesto Fire Department. Parts of Tuolumne River Regional Park will be closed to the public until Sunday.
  • Sacramento County Public Health will give an update on COVID-19 and monkeypox at 9:30 a.m. Watch a live stream on our social media pages.

TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOK

Meteorologist Tamara Berg says it will be a beautiful morning with some clouds, light winds and maybe a few patches of fog. Temperatures will be warmer today, but close to average. Highs will reach the mid to upper 80s. The warming trend will continue into the week.

| MORE | KCRA Fire Threat Rating 3: Track Fire Conditions in Northern California Regions

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