- Tropical Storm Hilary is still impacting flights. San Diego International Airport had already canceled hundreds of flights Sunday, and now there's the ripple effect. Other airports are also experiencing cancelations and delays, like at the Sacramento International Airport. Click here to read more.
- For Northern California, the impacts from Hilary will be less extreme than the Southern part of the state. The region surrounding Sacramento will see intense hummidity, overcast skys and spots of rain in the earlier parts of the day. Click here to read more.
- Two dozen people who live near a homelss shelter are suing the City of Sacramento. The issue is over the location of a homless shelter, located at 3615 Auburn Boulevard. Residents say the location is too close to the Children's Receiving Home and within 500 feet of the Arcade Creek, allegedly violating Measure O. Click here to read more.
- A public hearing will be held this morning in Placer County, where residents are concerned about the potential release of a sexually violent predator. William Stephenson has served almost 30 years in prison and state hospitals for violent sexual offenses and he is now set to be released. Click here to read more.