KFBK Morning News

KFBK Morning News

With Cristina Mendonsa and Sam Shane

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June 11, 2021 3 min
If you have an Amazon Echo or Ring Doorbell from 2018 or newer listen up. Amazon is moving forward with a little-advertised program call Sidewalk. Here's what to know...
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The countdown is on to the start of a four day closure of Highway 99 in South Sacramento. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on this freeway improvement project...
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Millions of salmon are being trucked from California hatcheries to coastal sites in a fight for survival. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino learned more about how and why this is being done...
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How is your style holding up during the pandemic and are you ready to get dressed again to leave the house or head back into the office?
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The drastic shift from office work to remote work and using many different internet connections might not be so secure against cyber threats....
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What is the latest item to run out and how long will the shortages last?
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Sacramento ranks among the top five metro areas in the entire country for construction jobs. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on the building demand....
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Think it's time for a career change? Here are some expert tips for going about that and how to figure out when is the right time for you to start looking...
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A new trend is emerging when traveling -- house sitting. It can be a way to see the world while still making some money. Here are some tips to get you started...
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Sacramento will begin phasing out natural gas use in city buildings. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on the vote for electrification...
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The City of Folsom is asking its water customers to step up their conservation efforts. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on this call to action...
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Ransomware attacks are becoming a goldmine for criminals and they seem to be happening more often. Where do they come from and what can be done to stop them?
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During the pandemic, many of the frontline food workers were hailed as heroes and customers generously tipped as a thank you. How will that trend last as places start opening up and there is a nation wide shortage of workers?
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Is it a good idea to cash in on the value of your home now that the housing market is booming?
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Downtown Sacramento businesses are feeling encouraged after the hot weather, three-day weekend lured in visitors from both near and far. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on the surge in holiday activity...
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American summer camps are up against the same staffing crunch plaguing other employers seeking lower-wage workers, but with a lingering pandemic twist.
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It's not just increased demand for outdoor recreation equipment, there is also a lack of supply up the chain. Retail stores like Dick's and REI are struggling to fill the shelves with all things summer....
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Water storage tanks, especially those sitting atop towers with big logos, serve as landmarks and recognizable symbols of an amenity most of us take for granted - clean water for drinking, cooking and bathing.
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California farmers are facing the fact that their water resources from the Federal Government are drying up. California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson points to a frustrating situation shaping up to be a repeat situation of the last drought. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino explains....
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Homeless encampments are being cleared out in many cities up and down the Golden State. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on this story...
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