KFBK Morning News Show Daily Recap - Thursday March 30th

Lead Stories:

  1. The Sacramento Kings are heading to the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2006. Sacramento ended its historic 17 -year drought with a 120-80 win over the Trail Blazers in Portland. The Kings snapped the longest postseason drought of any U.S. major professional sports team. Click here to read more.
  2. A special state reparations committee will meet again today to hear from the public on a proposal to pay reparations to African Americans who live in California, which is estimated to cost over $800 billion. Click here to read more.
  3. Disney is laying off several high-ranking employees in its first round of job cuts. The entertainment giant is planning on reducing its workforce by three-percent, or 7,000 jobs. Click here to read more.
  4. California lawmakers are advancing a bill that would place limits on traffic stops for minor violations. The legislation would prevent police officers from pulling over people in vehicles and on bikes for low-level offenses, unless another reason for a stop exists. Click here to read more.

Extra Stories:

  • A Sacramento housing non-profit is closing and nearly 600 people are at risk of going back into homelessness. Click here to read more.
  • Russia's intelligence agents have arrested an American reporter with the Wall Street Journal alleging he was spying. Click here to read more.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content