KFBK Morning News Show Daily Recap - Tuesday March 28th

Lead Stories:

  1. The Sacramento Kings failed to clinch a playoff berth last night when they lost to the Minnesota Timber Wolves at Golden 1 Center in front of a sold out crowd. Final score was 119 to 115. They can still qualify if they win on the road in Portland. Click here to read more.
  2. Another powerful storm is slamming into California, bringing in even more rain and snow. The system will be the heaviest on Tuesday and trickle out by Wednesday with another system coming in for the weekend. Click here to read more.
  3. The Assembly's Public Safety Committee is holding all fentanyl-related legislation. That includes a bill that would have created harsher penalties for anyone dealing fentanyl. The California Globe is reporting that Committee Chair Reginald Jones-Sawyer says the bills are a temporary solution and that fentanyl problems need more comprehensive manner. Click here to read more.
  4. California is standing up to Big Oil by approving the nation's first penalty for high gas prices. Governor Newsom could sign the bill as early as today. He pushed to give state regulators the power to punish oil companies when they overcharge drivers at the pump. The money from those fines would go into a fund and could include rebates back to taxpayers. Click here to read more.

Extra Stories:

  • Donald Trump debuted a song he preforms during his campaign rally in Waco over the weekend. The original song features Jan. 6th defendants from jail and has Trump reciting the pledge of allegiance. Click here to read more.
  • Body cam footage is out showing police take down a school shooter in Nashville. It shows officers quickly entering the Covenant School, shooting and killing the 28-year-old transgender former student they say murdered three children and three adults Monday. Click here to get the latest.

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