- The work week is starting off with San Francisco drivers preparing for delays and detours. Major road closures begin tomorrow for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, known as APEC. Security is at the highest level with 20,000 people expected to attend, including President Biden and 20 other world leaders. Click here to read more.
- New fallout from a California data breach that hit more than a million retirees earlier this year. More than 800-thousand Sutter Health patients are now finding out they were affected too. Their personal information may have been stolen in the May ransomware attack, including doctor or prescription details. Officials confirm social security numbers and financial information were not impacted, and say nothing has been leaked or abused. Click here to read more.
- The National Weather Service says rain, some heavy at times, is on its way to the Sacramento valley and all across Northern California. The rain could cause flash flooding, mudslides, and power outages in some areas. The rain is expected to ease up by Friday, but the temperatures will remain cool and cloudy for the rest of the week. Click here to read more.
- A state of emergency is being declared in Los Angeles as a result of a pallet fire that has shut down a main highway indefinitely. Governor Gavin Newsome said in a statement Saturday night the state is "mobilizing resources" to complete repairs and "minimize" the impact for travel in and around Los Angeles. Click here to read more.