KFBK Morning News Show Daily Recap - Wednesday September 7th

Lead Stories:

  1. California power regulators and power companies insist they avoided rolling blackouts Tuesday. However, hundreds of thousands of Californians were in the dark for hours with no air conditioning both Monday and Tuesday. The power went out Tuesday in a host of local communities, like Davis, Lodi, West Sacramento and several others including some in the Bay Area. Click here to read more.
  2. With this excessive heat across the Western states, there are a number of fires burning across Northern California this morning. The Mosquito Fire is burning along the border of Placer and El Dorado counties have prompted evacuations near Forest Hill. The two largest Northern California fires appear to dying down; the Mill Fire near the city of Weed and the Mountain Fire, both in Siskiyou County, are now nearing containment. Click here to read more.
  3. Controversy surrounds tonight's U.S. Open Cup Final between Sacramento Republic FC and Orlando City SC. Sacramento Republic FC officials say an Orlando City employee was spying on their practice on Monday. Team officials say the person was there between 30 and 45 minutes and refused to leave despite several attempts. Click here to read more.

Extra Stories:

  • One Sacramento community is fed up with crime and homelessness, calls on city leaders for more assistance. Click here to read more.
  • Governor Newsom says Californians did a great job conserving power amid the heat and helped avoid the rolling blackouts. Click here to read more.

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