KFBK Morning News Show Recap - Monday June 13th

Top Stories:

  1. One of the five marines killed in a helicopter crash in SoCal is the son of West Sacramento native former baseball star, Steve Sax. Click here to read more.
  2. Governor Newsom says he was not surprised that San Francisco's District Attorney Chesa Boudin is being recalled, and that the attention this story has received is not warranted. Newsom made these comments on "The Issue Is" podcast, saying that people want the streets cleaned up and that this recall signifies that feeling. Newsom also says he understands how voters came to the conclusion of wanting the recall, saying that a huge part of cleaning up those streets is crime prevention. Click here to read more.
  3. Business owners in Lake Tahoe impacted financially by the new restrictions on rental properties. Tahoe does remain a favorite getaway, especially among Northern Californians, but for businesses there which are outside of the "tourist core," they claim there's been a dip in business. Listen to the story below...

Extra Stories:

  • Sacramento pools facing a shortage in lifeguards, operating at only 85% of their usual staff. Click here to read more.
  • Smithfield Foods is closing one of their pork plants in California due to rising costs. The company says their facility in Vernon will shut down in 2023 due to high costs with operating in the state. They say high taxes and utility expenses are the primary concerns but the company also cited a decrease in hog herd in the area as a problem. Click here to read more.

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