Antisemitic incident hits Modesto, reward split for Stockton serial killings arrest

KCRA 3 is rounding up all the information you need to know to get a head start on your day.Here you’ll find what you missed overnight, what’s happening throughout the day, the forecast and how your commute is shaping up.You can also watch our morning newscasts live from 4-10 am here.WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NORCALAntisemitic materials found in a Modesto neighborhood during Hanukkah | Antisemitic materials were found in a Modesto neighborhood this week, less than two miles from a synagogue. Read more here. Video: Large fire tears through Victorian-style home near Fremont Park | Dozens of firefighters responded to the fire Thursday night. No injuries were reported. Read more here. Anonymous tipsters split $125,000 payout for Stockton serial killings arrest | Two anonymous tipsters are splitting a $125,000 reward after helping Stockton police with details that led to the arrest of the man accused of serial killings in Northern California and the Bay Area. This is one of the largest rewards ever given out, according to Stockton Crime Stoppers who were behind the funds raised. Read more here. Man steals SUV from Rocklin home just to return it one hour later | Normally, one would steal a car to keep it, but as surveillance video from a Rocklin neighborhood shows, a man stole a car from someone’s driveway only to bring it back shortly afterward. Read more here. Read more here. California earthquake puts early warning system to the test | The people most rattled by the magnitude 6.4 earthquake early Tuesday said the alert didn’t give them enough time to take cover as the temblor shook homes off foundations, knocked out power and water to thousands, and injured more than a dozen people. Read more here. Californians await answers from Money Network on Middle Class Tax Refund debit card issues | As Californians continue to have issues with their Middle Class Tax Refund debit cards, KCRA 3 has tried repeatedly to get answers directly from the bank and vendor the state chose to use to distribute the payments. Read more here. WHAT’S HAPPENING ELSEWHEREFTX founder Bankman-Fried allowed $250 million bond, house arrest | The cryptocurrency entrepreneur Sam Bankman-Fried can post $250 million bond and live in his parents’ home in California while he awaits trial on charges that he swindled investors and looted customer deposits on his FTX trading platform, a judge said Thursday. Read more here. Friday flight cancellations top 3,200, disrupting holiday travel | Winter weather continues to disrupt holiday travel across the United States on Friday, leaving travelers facing delays and cancellations during one of the busiest times of the year. Read more here. IRS mandatory presidential audit policy goes under spotlight | An IRS policy governing the audits of tax returns filed by US presidents is under new scrutiny after a report published by a congressional panel found the agency failed to perform the mandatory inspection of Donald Trump’s returns until Congress pressed for information about the process. Read more here. Senate passes $1.7 trillion bill to fund government, aid Ukraine | The Senate passed a massive $1.7 trillion spending bill Thursday that finances federal agencies through September and provides another large round of aid to Ukraine one day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s dramatic address to a joint meeting of Congress. Read more here. Jan. 6 panel unveils report, describes Trump ‘conspiracy’ | The House Jan. 6 committee’s final report asserts that Donald Trump criminally engaged in a “multi-part conspiracy” to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 presidential election and failed to act to stop his supporters from attacking the Capitol, concluding an extraordinary 18- month investigation into the former president and the violent insurrection two years ago. Read more here. WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAYChristmas At The Mission: The mission will serve over 3,000 men, women, boys, and girls that come to the Mission for a delicious Christmas lunch, and gift giveaway. Doors open at 11 am and close at 4 amA free toy drive for Natomas families is being held at North Natomas Regional Park from 12 pm to 2:00 pmHard Rock Sacramento in Wheatland is hosting a meet and greet with former Sacramento Kings star Bobby Jackson from 6 pm to 8 pm TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOK Meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn says a few signs are pointing toward breaking out of the cold, Valley fog situation that we have been in. We may still have some fog this morning but there is a better chance to see mostly cloudy skies this morning turning to partly cloudy skies. Temps have a good chance of making it into the 50s today. We should continue with this pattern through the weekend.REAL-TIME TRAFFIC MAP(App users, click here to see our interactive traffic map.)DOWNLOAD OUR APP FOR THE LATESTHere is where you can download our app.

KCRA 3 is rounding up all the information you need to know to get a head start on your day.

Here you’ll find what you missed overnight, what’s happening throughout the day, the forecast and how your commute is shaping up.

You can also watch our morning newscasts live from 4-10 am here.

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NORCAL

Antisemitic materials found in a Modesto neighborhood during Hanukkah | Antisemitic materials were found in a Modesto neighborhood this week, less than two miles from a synagogue. Read more here.

Video: Large fire tears through Victorian-style home near Fremont Park | Dozens of firefighters responded to the fire Thursday night. No injuries were reported. Read more here.

Anonymous tipsters split $125,000 payout for Stockton serial killings arrest | Two anonymous tipsters are splitting a $125,000 reward after helping Stockton police with details that led to the arrest of the man accused of serial killings in Northern California and the Bay Area. This is one of the largest rewards ever given out, according to Stockton Crime Stoppers who were behind the funds raised. Read more here.

Man steals SUV from Rocklin home just to return it one hour later | Normally, one would steal a car to keep it, but as surveillance video from a Rocklin neighborhood shows, a man stole a car from someone’s driveway only to bring it back shortly afterward. Read more here. Read more here.

California earthquake puts early warning system to the test | The people most rattled by the magnitude 6.4 earthquake early Tuesday said the alert didn’t give them enough time to take cover as the temblor shook homes off foundations, knocked out power and water to thousands, and injured more than a dozen people. Read more here.

Californians await answers from Money Network on Middle Class Tax Refund debit card issues | As Californians continue to have issues with their Middle Class Tax Refund debit cards, KCRA 3 has tried repeatedly to get answers directly from the bank and vendor the state chose to use to distribute the payments. Read more here.

WHAT’S HAPPENING ELSEWHERE

FTX founder Bankman-Fried allowed $250 million bond, house arrest | The cryptocurrency entrepreneur Sam Bankman-Fried can post $250 million bond and live in his parents’ home in California while he awaits trial on charges that he swindled investors and looted customer deposits on his FTX trading platform, a judge said Thursday. Read more here.

Friday flight cancellations top 3,200, disrupting holiday travel | Winter weather continues to disrupt holiday travel across the United States on Friday, leaving travelers facing delays and cancellations during one of the busiest times of the year. Read more here.

IRS mandatory presidential audit policy goes under spotlight | An IRS policy governing the audits of tax returns filed by US presidents is under new scrutiny after a report published by a congressional panel found the agency failed to perform the mandatory inspection of Donald Trump’s returns until Congress pressed for information about the process. Read more here.

Senate passes $1.7 trillion bill to fund government, aid Ukraine | The Senate passed a massive $1.7 trillion spending bill Thursday that finances federal agencies through September and provides another large round of aid to Ukraine one day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s dramatic address to a joint meeting of Congress. Read more here.

Jan. 6 panel unveils report, describes Trump ‘conspiracy’ | The House Jan. 6 committee’s final report asserts that Donald Trump criminally engaged in a “multi-part conspiracy” to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 presidential election and failed to act to stop his supporters from attacking the Capitol, concluding an extraordinary 18- month investigation into the former president and the violent insurrection two years ago. Read more here.

WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY

  • Christmas At The Mission: The mission will serve over 3,000 men, women, boys, and girls that come to the Mission for a delicious Christmas lunch, and gift giveaway. Doors open at 11 am and close at 4 am
  • A free toy drive for Natomas families is being held at North Natomas Regional Park from 12 pm to 2:00 pm
  • Hard Rock Sacramento in Wheatland is hosting a meet and greet with former Sacramento Kings star Bobby Jackson from 6 pm to 8 pm

TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOK

Meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn says a few signs are pointing toward breaking out of the cold, valley fog situation that we have been in. We may still have some fog this morning but there is a better chance to see mostly cloudy skies this morning turning to partly cloudy skies. Temps have a good chance of making it into the 50s today. We should continue with this pattern through the weekend.

REAL TIME TRAFFIC MAP

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