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KCRA Today: Deputies shoot & kill suspect armed with knife, head-on Yuba County crash, baby found safe after kidnapping

TO GET HELP INTO THE REGION BEFORE ISRAEL MOVES IN. GOOD MORNING. IT IS 6 A.M. MONDAY, FIRST DAY AFTER THE TIME CHANGE. YEAH, THAT’S ALWAYS WEIRD TO GET USED TO. YEAH. NO, TOTALLY. AND WE GOT SOME RAIN OVERNIGHT. QUITE A BIT IN MY HOUSE, BUT NOT EVERYBODY SAW IT. TAMARA RIGHT. YEAH. YOU KNOW, KIND OF INTERMITTENT THROUGHOUT THE DAY YESTERDAY. AND THE AMOUNTS WERE WIDELY VARYING. NOW, AS WE GET INTO THE NEXT FEW HOURS OF TODAY, THOUGH, I THINK THAT THE RAIN IS GOING TO BE MORE OF AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EVENT FOR MOST OF US. RIGHT NOW, THINGS ARE QUIET HERE IN DOWNTOWN AS WE LOOK AT THE BILLBOARD THERE BRIGHTLY LIT ACROSS THE DOWNTOWN. TEMPERATURES ARE OFF TO A COOL START. SO AS YOU’RE GETTING THE KIDS AND YOURSELF OUT THE DOOR FOR THIS MONDAY MORNING, THEY’RE PROBABLY GOING TO WANT THE RAIN GEAR, THE RAIN JACKET, THINGS LIKE THAT TO KEEP THEM COOL AND TO KEEP THEM, YOU KNOW, FROM THE RAIN SHOWERS IMPACTING, YOU KNOW, GETTING THEM SOAKED TO THE BONE. TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S TO START THE MORNING SUNRISE. FOR REFERENCE IS AT 638. SO WE’RE 37 MINUTES AWAY FROM THAT HAPPENING. I DO EXPECT THAT AROUND THE 8:00 HOUR, ALL THE WAY THROUGH ABOUT 10 A.M., THERE’S A GOOD CHANCE WE HAVE A REALLY NICE LINE OF SHOWERS THAT GOES THROUGH THE AREA. THEN BEYOND 10:00, WE’RE LOOKING AT MORE INTERMITTENT BANDS OF SHOWERS ON AND OFF AGAIN WITH MAYBE A THUNDERSTORM AS WELL. TEMPERATURES WILL BE NOTICEABLY COOLER TODAY AND YOU’LL FEEL A BIT MORE OF THAT SOUTH BREEZE AT ABOUT 10 TO 15. DAYTIME HIGHS. GETTING INTO THE UPPER 60S RIGHT NOW, I’VE GOT RAIN SHOWERS I’M TRACKING, ESPECIALLY UP ALONG THE NORTHERN SIERRA. WE’VE HAD RAIN PRETTY STEADILY ACROSS PLUMAS COUNTY. NOW WE’RE SEEING SOME OF THAT RAIN MOVE DOWN THE HIGHWAY 20 CORRIDOR. SO GRASS VALLEY AND NEVADA CITY GETTING IN ON IT. AND THEN ALONG INTERSTATE 80, YOU CAN CLEARLY SEE SOME OF THE RAIN LINE HERE AS YOU GO JUST TO THE EAST OF AUBURN, WORKING YOUR WAY TOWARDS WHITMORE AREA AND THEN UP TOWARDS COLFAX. THE RAIN IS COMING DOWN AND WE’VE ALSO GOT SOME STEADY LIGHT RAIN FALLING RIGHT NOW IN THE TOWN OF LAKE OF THE PINES AS YOU GET INTO THE SIERRA, IT’S BEEN MAINLY RAINFALL, BUT THE HIGHER SIERRA PEAKS ARE SHOWING OFF SOME LIGHT SNOW. I’LL TAKE YOU THROUGH THE FORECAST TIMING OF WHO COULD SEE SOME BETTER SNOWFALL LATER TODAY. COMING UP IN YOUR FULL FORECAST, DEIRDRE AND TAHOE BACK TO YOU. ALL RIGHT, THANK YOU. LET’S MOVE TO SOME BREAKING NEWS NOW. A SERIOUS CRASH HAS SHUT DOWN A ROAD. THE BROWNS VALLEY AREA OF YUBA COUNTY. IT HAPPENED JUST BEFORE 345 THIS MORNING ON MARYSVILLE MILL ROAD NEAR EVERGLADE TRAIL, JUST NORTH OF HIGHWAY 20. THAT’S WHERE WE FIND KCRA 3’S ERIN HEFT WITH A LOOK AT THE SCENE. GOOD MORNING. YEAH, GOOD MORNING, TAHOE. A HARD CLOSURE IN EFFECT AS THIS INVESTIGATION IS STILL VERY MUCH UNDERWAY. I JUST WANT TO GIVE YOU EYES ON THIS RIGHT NOW. WE’RE NOT GOING TO ZOOM IN AT THIS POINT BECAUSE THIS IS A CONFIRMED FATALITY. WHAT YOU’RE SEEING IS THE CORONER JUST ARRIVE AND APPROACH ONE OF THE TWO VEHICLES. NOW FOR PERSPECTIVE. TWO VEHICLES WERE INVOLVED IN A HEAD ON COLLISION. BOTH VEHICLES TECHNICALLY STILL ON SCENE. YOU’RE TAKING A WIDE LOOK AT ONE AND THEN THE OTHER WAS JUST PUT ON A TOW TRUCK AND PULLED OFF TO THE SIDE. NOW, THIS WAS INITIALLY REPORTED AS TWO PEOPLE, MAJOR INJURIES IN A HEAD ON COLLISION. THIS NOW CONFIRMED TO BE A FATALITY OF AT LEAST ONE PERSON ON SCENE AS CHP LOMA RICA FIRE CAL FIRE AND COUNTY ROADS DEPARTMENT WHO’S CLOSED THE ROAD NOW ACCORDING TO FIRE OFFICIALS ON SCENE, A HELICOPTER FOR AN AMBULANCE HELICOPTER COULD NOT GET TO THE VICTIMS BECAUSE OF THE CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS. AND THAT INVESTIGATION IS STILL UNDERWAY. THOSE ROAD CLOSURES STILL IN PLACE. AND I HAVE BEEN TOLD BY ALL THOSE HERE IN YUBA COUNTY, BECAUSE THEIR COUNTY ROADS DEPARTMENT IS ON SCENE ALONGSIDE COUNTY, ALONGSIDE CHP, THIS WILL BE A VERY ELONGATED INVESTIGATION. FOR MORE ON THE ROAD CLOSURES, LET’S SEND IT OVER TO BRIAN. ALL RIGHT, THANKS, AARON, FOR THAT WORK UP THERE. AND THIS IS THE LOCATION WHERE SHE IS JUST OFF OF HIGHWAY 20 IN THAT BROWNS VALLEY AREA. SO WE’LL KEEP ON TABS WITH AARON TO LET YOU KNOW WHEN THEY GET THAT ROAD REOPENED. WE ALSO HAVE ANOTHER FATALITY, THIS ONE JUST SOUTH OF YUBA CITY. THIS IS A VEHICLE OFF OF GARDEN HIGHWAY INTO A TREE RIGHT NEAR BERRY ROAD. SO THOSE TWO ACTIVE INVESTIGATIONS RIGHT NOW, YOU’RE ASKED TO AVOID THAT AREA AS WELL. IN THE SIERRA. THIS IS A LIVE LOOK AT DONNER PASS. WE’VE BEEN MONITORING THE WEATHER CONDITIONS. YOU CAN SEE VERY WET ROAD UP THERE. RIGHT NOW. WE ARE GETTING SOME SNOW AT PASS LEVEL OVER CARSON PASS JUST CHECKED IN ON HIGHWAY 88. NO CHAIN CONTROLS THERE. HIGHWAY 50, ALSO PRETTY DAMP AS TAMARA WAS TALKING ABOUT, SOME OF THOSE SHOWERS THAT ARE MAKING THEIR WAY THROUGH SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AS WELL. TAKING A LOOK AT 1580, NO PROBLEMS COMING IN FROM FOLSOM IN ROSEVILLE AS YOU MAKE YOUR WAY INTO DOWNTOWN. AND THEN YOU CAN SEE FIVE AND 99 ALSO IN THE GREEN, WHICH MEANS WE’RE RUNNING AT THE SPEED LIMIT AND THAT INCLUDES 80 ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY. ALSO LOOKING GOOD THIS MORNING. NO PROBLEMS THROUGH STOCKTON AFTER WE HAD A STALLED VEHICLE ON 99, SLOWED THINGS DOWN FOR A MINUTE. BUT BUT THAT’S ALL CLEARED UP. NORTHBOUND 99IN THE RIPON AREA. WE HAVE A VEHICLE ON THE RIGHT HAND SHOULDER THERE, A LITTLE BIT OF A SLOWDOWN ON THAT STRETCH. THAT’S NOW IN 19 MINUTE RIDE OUT OF MODESTO 205 IS A 30 MINUTE RIDE WESTBOUND, 580, 28 MINUTES AS YOU MAKE YOUR WAY OVER THE ALTAMONT PASS AS THEY CLEAR UP A CRASH RIGHT NEAR GRANT LINE ROAD ROAD, HIGHWAY 50, A TEN MINUTE RIDE OUT OF RANCHO CORDOVA ON INTERSTATE 89 MINUTES FROM ROSEVILLE TO THE SPLIT FIVE IS CURRENTLY AT 11 MINUTES AND 99 12 MINUTES OUT OF ELK GROVE. DEIRDRE. ALL RIGHT, BRIAN, THANKS. IN THE MEANTIME, INTERSTATE 80 IS BACK OPEN THIS MORNING IN CITRUS HEIGHTS AFTER A SHUTDOWN THAT WENT ON FOR MORE THAN TEN HOURS. NOW INVESTIGATORS ARE SORTING THROUGH THE PURSUIT THAT ENDED IN A CRASH. AND AN ARMED MAN BEING SHOT AND KILLED. THE HIGHWAY PATROL SAYS IT ALL STARTED WITH A TRAFFIC VIOLATION AT NORWOOD NEAR INTERSTATE 80 YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. HOWEVER, THE DRIVER OF THE SILVER SEDAN KEPT GOING, GOT ON TO 80 EASTBOUND, AND AND THEN IT TURNED INTO A PURSUIT. A SACRAMENTO SHERIFF’S OFFICE DEPUTY WITH A K-9 UNIT ALSO JOINED IN SAYING THAT THE SUSPECT CRASHED INTO A MOTORCYCLIST THAT THEN GOT OUT OF THE CAR WITH A KNIFE. KCRA 3 IS CONFIRMED THAT THE TWO CHP OFFICERS AND THE SHERIFF’S DEPUTY ALL SHOT AT THE SUSPECT. IT IS UNCLEAR IF THEY ALL HIT HIM FROM THERE. THE SUSPECT WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL WHERE HE HAS BEEN PRONOUNCED DECEASED. THE MOTORCYCLE RIDER WAS ALSO TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL AND IS CURRENTLY IN CRITICAL CONDITION. OFFICIALS SAY IT IS UNCLEAR IF THE SUSPECT CRASHED INTO THAT MOTORCYCLIST ON PURPOSE OR IF HE LOST CONTROL. THEY ALSO HAVE NOT CLARIFIED WHAT THE ORIGINAL TRAFFIC VIOLATION WAS, THAT THEY WERE TRYING TO STOP HIM. FOR OFFICIALS SAY THAT HE DID NOT HAVE ANY OUTSTANDING WARRANTS, BUT HE WAS KNOWN TO LAW ENFORCEMENT. WELL, HAPPENING THIS MORNING. A WOMAN ARRESTED IN 2021 MURDER OF A TAHOE AREA MAN IS SCHEDULED TO MAKE HER FIRST COURT APPEARANCE TODAY. KCRA 3’S MIKE TESELLE JOINING US NOW LIVE IN ROSEVILLE WITH THE VERY LATEST ON THAT CASE. YEAH, AND GOOD MORNING. AND THIS MORNING, WE’RE STANDING OUTSIDE THE PLACER COUNTY JUSTICE SANTUCCI SANTUCCI JUSTICE CENTER BECAUSE THIS AFTERNOON IS WHEN THIS COURT HEARING IS SET TO TAKE PLACE. AND TAKE A LOOK. BECAUSE THE PERSON AT THE CENTER OF THE DAY’S COURT HEARING IS THIS WOMAN, SAMANTHA SCOTT. SHE, ALONG WITH FORMER MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYER DAN SERAFINI, ARE ACCUSED IN THE KILLING OF SERAPHINE’S FATHER IN LAW AND ATTEMPTED MURDER OF HIS MOTHER IN LAW IN THEIR HOMEWOOD HOME BACK IN JUNE OF 2021. NOW, THIS IS VIDEO PROVIDED BY THE PLACER COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SHOWING SCOTT ARRIVING IN CALIFORNIA AFTER BEING EXTRADITED FROM NEVADA. SHE WAS BOOKED INTO THE AUBURN JAIL LAST WEEK. SO WHAT IS HAPPENING THIS AFTERNOON HERE INSIDE DEPARTMENT 20? RIGHT HERE BEHIND ME IS IS THE INITIAL ARRAIGNMENT FOR SCOTT. SHE MAY OR MAY NOT ENTER A PLEA, BUT DAN SERAFINI, THAT FORMER MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYER WHO WAS ALSO ON A REALITY TV SHOW, HE HAS ALREADY PLEADED NOT GUILTY TO THOSE CHARGES OF MURDER AND ATTEMPTED MURDER. LIVE IN ROSEVILLE THIS MORNING, MIKE TESELLE SIERRA THREE NEWS. ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU, MIKE. BY THE WAY, INVESTIGATORS HAVE NOT PUBLICLY STATED ANY POTENTIAL MOTIVES FOR THE MURDER AND ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGES. ONE WEEK AGO TODAY, A SMALL AMADOR COUNTY COMMUNITY WAS ROCKED BY A RANDOM STABBING SPREE. LAST NIGHT, FRIENDS AND FAMILY HELD A VIGIL FOR LORI OWENS, WHO WAS KILLED DOZENS OF PEOPLE FROM THE COMMUNITY ATTENDED AND THE POLICE CHIEF OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS ALL SHOWED UP TO SUPPORT THE FAMILY. A REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE FAMILY SAID THAT THEY ARE STILL DEMANDING ANSWERS FROM STATE AND LOCAL LEADERS AND THEY WANT TO KNOW WHY THE MAN ARRESTED, JOSEPH JENKINS, WAS IN THEIR COMMUNITY. HE WAS ON PAROLE FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER FOR THIS ISN’T A BATTLE ANY OF US ARE GOING TO BUILD A WIN ON OUR OWN, A BATTLE WE ALL NEED TO BE A PART OF TO PROTECT OUR FAMILIES AND THE GOOD PEOPLE LEFT IN THIS WORLD. AND TWO OTHER PEOPLE STABBED, SURVIVED THAT ATTACK. AND THAT DOES INCLUDE A PGA WORKER WHO HAPPENED TO BE ON DUTY. JENKINS WILL BE BACK IN COURT ON NOVEMBER THE 17TH. MOVING NOW TO OUR COVERAGE ON THE WAR IN ISRAEL AND ISRAEL HAS INDICATED THAT AN INVASION OF GAZA IS LESS THAN 48 HOURS AWAY. RICHARD ENGEL IS COVERING THE WAR FROM ISRAEL FOR THE TODAY SHOW. THE ISRAELI MILITARY SAID IT CARRIED OUT STRONG ATTACKS AGAINST NORTHERN GAZA OVERNIGHT AND THAT ISRAELI TANKS AND TROOPS HAVE NOW COMPLETELY ENCIRCLED GAZA CITY. OUR TEAM INSIDE GAZA CITY TELLS US HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF CIVILIANS REMAIN INSIDE THE CITY, NOT BECAUSE THEY ARE BEING HELD HOSTAGE BY HAMAS, NOT BECAUSE THEY ARE BEING PENNED IN, BUT BECAUSE THEY ARE TOO AFRAID TO LEAVE THE CITY OR BECAUSE THEY DO NOT WANT TO LEAVE, BELIEVING THAT ISRAEL’S REAL GOAL IS TO DRIVE PALESTINIANS FROM THEIR HOMES FOR GOOD. OLIVER FULL STORY COMING UP ON THE TODAY SHOW AND UPDATING RICHARD’S REPORT THERE. THE HAMAS BACKED HEALTH MINISTRY IN GAZA NOW SAYS THE DEATH TOLL HAS TOPPED 10,000. MEANTIME, CALLS FOR HUMANITARIAN PAUSE ARE GROWING LOUDER AS THE WAR ESCALATES. SECRETARY OF STATE ANTONY BLINKEN IS SPREADING THE MESSAGE THIS MORNING, REASSURING ARAB ALLIES OF THE US EFFORT TO MITIGATE CIVILIAN DEATHS. KCRA 3’S AMY LU IS IN WASHINGTON NOW WITH A LOOK AT HOW THAT EFFORT IS GOING. WELL, SO FAR, ISRAELI FORCES HAVE PUSHED ON SURROUNDING GAZA CITY AT A COSTLY TOLL. AN ESTIMATED 9700 PALESTINIANS HAVE BEEN KILLED EVER SINCE THE WAR BEGAN. THAT’S ACCORDING TO HAMAS. SECRETARY OF STATE ANTONY BLINKEN ARRIVED THIS MORNING IN TURKEY PROMOTING A HUMANITARIAN PAUSE TO SHUTTLE MORE AID TO INNOCENT PEOPLE INSIDE GAZA AND GET FOREIGN CITIZENS OUT. THIS FOLLOWS DAYS OF TRAVELING BETWEEN IRAQ, THE WEST BANK AND ISRAEL AS OFFICIALS THERE SAY, THEY’RE NOW WITHIN 48 HOURS OF INVADING GAZA CITY. ISRAEL PRIME MINISTER REITERATED THAT NO PAUSE WOULD HAPPEN WITHOUT THE RETURN OF OVER 200 HAMAS HOSTAGES, WHILE ARAB LEADERS CALLED FOR AN IMMEDIATE CEASE FIRE CONDEMNING THE ATTACK AS GENOCIDAL WAR. SEEING PROGRESS ON ON HOSTAGES, THAT’S SOMETHING WE’RE INTENSELY FOCUSED ON. BUT WE ALSO BELIEVE THAT A PAUSE COULD HELP ADVANCE THAT PROPOSITION AS WELL. AND WE’RE ALSO VERY FOCUSED NOT ONLY ON ON AZA, BUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE WEST BANK. WE’VE MADE VERY CLEAR OUR CONCERNS ABOUT EXTREMIST VIOLENCE WHILE MEETING WITH ARAB LEADERS, SECRETARY BLINKEN ALSO DISCUSSED THE SHAPING OF A FUTURE PALESTINE MINION STATE AND THE NEED TO STOP THE WAR FROM SPREADING IN WASHINGTON. I’M AMY LU KCRA 3 NEWS. WELL, THE US MILITARY SAYS A GUIDED MISSILE SUBMARINE HAS ARRIVED IN THE MIDDLE EAST. CENTRAL COMMAND SHARED THIS PICTURE, WHICH APPEARS TO SHOW THE SUB IN THE SUEZ CANAL NORTH OF CAIRO. SINCE ITS ANNOUNCEMENTS LIKE THIS ARE RARE, IT SEEMS THE MILITARY IS SENDING A STRONG MESSAGE THAT THE US DOES NOT WANT THE ISRAEL-HAMAS WAR TO EXPAND. USUALLY THESE SUBS OPERATE IN NEAR COMPLETE SECRECY. THIS ONE JOINS TWO US CARRIER STRIKE GROUP

KCRA Today: Deputies shoot & kill suspect armed with knife, head-on Yuba County crash, baby found safe after kidnapping

KCRA 3 is rounding up all the information you need to know to get a head start on your day.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 morning newscasts live from 4-10 a.m. here.WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NORCALSuspect armed with knife shot, killed following pursuit on I-80 in Sacramento County | Two people were taken to the hospital on Sunday and one of them is dead after a law enforcement pursuit in Sacramento County that resulted in gunfire, according to the sheriff’s office. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were assisting California Highway Patrol officers with a pursuit around 12:20 p.m. that started after a man did not stop after officers tried to pull him over for a traffic violation. Read more here.At least one person killed in head-on Yuba County crash, officials say | At least one person has died following an overnight crash in Yuba County, according to the Loma Rica Fire Department. The crash happened on Marysville Road near Everglade Trail in Yuba County around 3:40 a.m. and involved two vehicles. Read more here.Sacramento radio host Rob Williams arrested for DUI, police say | A Sacramento area radio host was arrested Friday night on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, Auburn police said. Robert Williams, 52, is a longtime host of the “Rob, Anybody & Dawn” morning show. Read more here.4-month-old child found after abducted from home in San Joaquin County, officials say | A 4-month-old child who was abducted from his mother’s home on Saturday in San Joaquin County has been found, officials said. According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, the ex-boyfriend of the child’s mother was suspected of taking the baby from her home on Mokelumne Avenue in Thornton around 4 p.m. Read more here.’Like my dad sent us a sign’: Elk Grove woman’s missing SMUD money has a special meaning after father’s death | Nearly four years to the day after her father was killed in a hit-and-run crash, Debbie Colquitt received unexpected news: SMUD might have $1,500 for her. “Oh my God,” she said. “That’s a lot of money.” Colquitt, of Elk Grove, is on a list of customers shared by the utility Friday of people and businesses who have not yet cashed checks. The list is nearly 50 pages long and includes hundreds of names with amounts ranging from $8,000 to $15.06. The checks are dated from Sept. 30, 2020, and earlier. Read more here.Over a quarter million people visit Yuba City for massive Sikh & Punjabi celebration | A massive showing of an estimated 300,000 people came to celebrate Sikh & Punjabi culture in the 44th Annual Yuba City Nagar Kirtan on Sunday. The gathering is the largest celebration of its kind outside of India. Read more here.WHAT’S HAPPENING ELSEWHEREWarplanes strike Gaza refugee camp as Israel rejects US push for a pause in fighting | Israeli warplanes struck a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip early Sunday, killing at least 38 people and wounding dozens, health officials said. The strike came as Israel said it would press on with its offensive to crush the territory’s Hamas rulers, despite U.S. appeals for a pause to get aid to desperate civilians. Read more here.Blinken shuttles from the West Bank to Iraq trying to contain the fallout from the Israel-Hamas war | U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken brought his diplomatic push on the Israel-Hamas war to the occupied West Bank on Sunday, meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the Biden administration’s latest effort to ease civilian suffering in the Gaza Strip and start to sketch out a post-conflict scenario for the territory. Read more here.US senators seek answers from Army after reservist killed 18 in Maine | Two senators from Maine asked the U.S. Army inspector general on Monday to provide a full accounting of interactions with a reservist before he killed 18 people and injured 13 others in the deadliest shooting in the state’s history. U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, a Republican, and Angus King, an independent, told Lt. Gen. Donna W. Martin in a letter that it’s important to understand “what occurred, or failed to occur” at the federal level, including the Army, before Robert Card opened fire at a bowling alley and bar in Lewiston. Read more here. Tyson recalls 30,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after consumers report finding metal pieces | Tyson Foods is recalling nearly 30,000 pounds of breaded chicken “Fun Nuggets” after consumers complained of finding metal pieces in the dinosaur-shaped patties. The nuggets, sold in 29-ounce bags, were produced on Sept. 5 by the Berryville, Arkansas, company. Tyson informed the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service and said it recalled the nuggets voluntarily “out of an abundance of caution.” USDA said that there had been only one report of a “minor oral injury associated with consumption of this product.” Read more here.WHAT’S COMING UP TODAY7 a.m. | A 60-foot-tall holiday tree is set to arrive at the Old Sacramento Waterfront.1 p.m. | Samantha Scott, the woman accused in a deadly shooting of a Tahoe-area couple in 2021, is set to appear in court today for arraignment.TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOKMeteorologist Tamara Berg says Northern California can expect a soggy morning with widespread rain showers and breezy winds. Rain showers will ramp up during peak commute from around 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.We’ll get the occasional south wind 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph expected in the Valley. High temperatures in the Valley will peak in the mid to upper-60s.Isolated thunderstorms are possible in the late morning to the afternoon. Snow will also hit the Sierra, with some of the best snowfall expected closer to sunset and beyond. Snow levels will reach around 6,000 feet, and Berg says travel delays are likely.| KCRA 3 FIRE THREAT INDEX | Track fire conditions across Northern California regionsREAL-TIME TRAFFIC MAP(App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.)DOWNLOAD OUR APP FOR THE LATESTHere is where you can download our app.

KCRA 3 is rounding up all the information you need to know to get a head start on your day.

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 morning newscasts live from 4-10 a.m. here.

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NORCAL

Suspect armed with knife shot, killed following pursuit on I-80 in Sacramento County | Two people were taken to the hospital on Sunday and one of them is dead after a law enforcement pursuit in Sacramento County that resulted in gunfire, according to the sheriff’s office. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were assisting California Highway Patrol officers with a pursuit around 12:20 p.m. that started after a man did not stop after officers tried to pull him over for a traffic violation. Read more here.

At least one person killed in head-on Yuba County crash, officials say | At least one person has died following an overnight crash in Yuba County, according to the Loma Rica Fire Department. The crash happened on Marysville Road near Everglade Trail in Yuba County around 3:40 a.m. and involved two vehicles. Read more here.

Sacramento radio host Rob Williams arrested for DUI, police say | A Sacramento area radio host was arrested Friday night on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, Auburn police said. Robert Williams, 52, is a longtime host of the “Rob, Anybody & Dawn” morning show. Read more here.

4-month-old child found after abducted from home in San Joaquin County, officials say | A 4-month-old child who was abducted from his mother’s home on Saturday in San Joaquin County has been found, officials said. According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, the ex-boyfriend of the child’s mother was suspected of taking the baby from her home on Mokelumne Avenue in Thornton around 4 p.m. Read more here.

‘Like my dad sent us a sign’: Elk Grove woman’s missing SMUD money has a special meaning after father’s death | Nearly four years to the day after her father was killed in a hit-and-run crash, Debbie Colquitt received unexpected news: SMUD might have $1,500 for her. “Oh my God,” she said. “That’s a lot of money.” Colquitt, of Elk Grove, is on a list of customers shared by the utility Friday of people and businesses who have not yet cashed checks. The list is nearly 50 pages long and includes hundreds of names with amounts ranging from $8,000 to $15.06. The checks are dated from Sept. 30, 2020, and earlier. Read more here.

Over a quarter million people visit Yuba City for massive Sikh & Punjabi celebration | A massive showing of an estimated 300,000 people came to celebrate Sikh & Punjabi culture in the 44th Annual Yuba City Nagar Kirtan on Sunday. The gathering is the largest celebration of its kind outside of India. Read more here.

WHAT’S HAPPENING ELSEWHERE

Warplanes strike Gaza refugee camp as Israel rejects US push for a pause in fighting | Israeli warplanes struck a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip early Sunday, killing at least 38 people and wounding dozens, health officials said. The strike came as Israel said it would press on with its offensive to crush the territory’s Hamas rulers, despite U.S. appeals for a pause to get aid to desperate civilians. Read more here.

Blinken shuttles from the West Bank to Iraq trying to contain the fallout from the Israel-Hamas war | U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken brought his diplomatic push on the Israel-Hamas war to the occupied West Bank on Sunday, meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the Biden administration’s latest effort to ease civilian suffering in the Gaza Strip and start to sketch out a post-conflict scenario for the territory. Read more here.

US senators seek answers from Army after reservist killed 18 in Maine | Two senators from Maine asked the U.S. Army inspector general on Monday to provide a full accounting of interactions with a reservist before he killed 18 people and injured 13 others in the deadliest shooting in the state’s history. U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, a Republican, and Angus King, an independent, told Lt. Gen. Donna W. Martin in a letter that it’s important to understand “what occurred, or failed to occur” at the federal level, including the Army, before Robert Card opened fire at a bowling alley and bar in Lewiston. Read more here.

Tyson recalls 30,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after consumers report finding metal pieces | Tyson Foods is recalling nearly 30,000 pounds of breaded chicken “Fun Nuggets” after consumers complained of finding metal pieces in the dinosaur-shaped patties. The nuggets, sold in 29-ounce bags, were produced on Sept. 5 by the Berryville, Arkansas, company. Tyson informed the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service and said it recalled the nuggets voluntarily “out of an abundance of caution.” USDA said that there had been only one report of a “minor oral injury associated with consumption of this product.” Read more here.

WHAT’S COMING UP TODAY

TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOK

Meteorologist Tamara Berg says Northern California can expect a soggy morning with widespread rain showers and breezy winds. Rain showers will ramp up during peak commute from around 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.

We’ll get the occasional south wind 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph expected in the Valley.

High temperatures in the Valley will peak in the mid to upper-60s.

Isolated thunderstorms are possible in the late morning to the afternoon.

Snow will also hit the Sierra, with some of the best snowfall expected closer to sunset and beyond. Snow levels will reach around 6,000 feet, and Berg says travel delays are likely.

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