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House fire reported on San Joaquin Avenue in Denair

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By Yosi Yahoudai
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House fire reported on San Joaquin Avenue in Denair

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Updated: 5:50 AM PDT May 15, 2024

THIS IS KCRA 3 NEWS AT FIVE, A DANGEROUS GAME BEING PLAYED IN VACAVILLE. A WARNING FROM POLICE BEFORE A COMMUNITY SUFFERS A TRAGEDY. LEGAL TROUBLE FOR BOEING. WHY THE AIRCRAFT MAKER COULD NOW END UP FACING PROSECUTION, MARKING A MILESTONE FOR LOCAL BASEBALL. HOW THE RIVER CATS ARE CELEBRATING AN IMPORTANT ANNIVERSARY. VERY GOOD MORNING. IT’S 5 A.M. IN GEORGIA, FITZPATRICK, AND I’M TEO TORRES, SO BRING ON THE HEAT TODAY. TAMARA IS GOING TO BE THE WARMEST DAY. THIS IS THE DAY. THIS IS IT. LET’S GET THE TIMING ON THAT. HERE’S METEOROLOGIST TAMARA BERG. YEAH. SO MY ADVICE TO YOU IS TO GET OUT AND ENJOY AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MORNING WHEN IT IS PLEASANT. AT LEAST WE’VE GOT A FEW HOURS FOR THE FRONT HALF OF THE DAY. AND THEN AS THE SUN GOES DOWN, YOU’VE GOT A COUPLE OF HOURS. IF YOU’RE MORE OF A EVENING PERSON, TO GET OUTSIDE AND ENJOY THE COMFORTS OF SOME COOLER TEMPERATURES RIGHT NOW. THREE THINGS TO KNOW AS YOU STARE DOWN IN DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO SKIES ARE CLEAR. IT’S GOING TO BE A PLEASANT MORNING OUT THERE ONCE AGAIN, A LITTLE BIT WARMER, THOUGH. WE’RE ALL GOING TO FEEL THAT IMPACT OF THE WARMTH BUILDING DURING THE AFTERNOON. AND TODAY, YES, IS PROJECTED TO BE THE WARMEST DAY OF THE WEEK. SATELLITE LOOP. LET’S SHOW YOU A COUPLE OF THINGS HERE ON THE SATELLITE RUN SKIES RIGHT NOW. CLEAR FROM THE SIERRA DOWN INTO THE FOOTHILLS AND IN THE VALLEY. BUT YOU GET TO THE DELTA AND ALSO TOWARDS THE BAY AREA. THAT’S WHERE THAT MARINE THERE IS WORKING ITS WAY INTO SONOMA COUNTY. ALSO, PARTS OF NAPA COUNTY, AND MOVING RIGHT ACROSS THE CARQUINEZ STRAIT. SO I WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED IF WE DO GET MORE OF THAT FOG TO KIND OF DRIFT OVER THE COASTAL HILLS THIS MORNING. THERE’S DEFINITELY A FORCE THERE TO PUSH IT ALONG SOUTHWEST WIND RIGHT NOW AT 21 IN FAIRFIELD, WINDS ARE LIGHTER ACROSS THE VALLEY AND LIGHTER AS WELL. IN THE FOOTHILLS. AS YOU CAN SEE A WIDE VARIETY HERE OF TEMPERATURES. IF YOU’RE CLOSER TO THAT BAY AREA DELTA INFLUENCE, YOU’RE IN THE LOWER 50S LIKE FAIRFIELD 54. IN SACRAMENTO 61, STEPPING OUT IN YUBA CITY, 60 IN MODESTO. AND WE’RE LOOKING AT LOWER TO MID 60S PLAYING OUT IN THE FOOTHILLS TODAY AHEAD FOR THE VALLEY. IT’S GOING TO BE WARM OUT THERE AS HIGHS WILL COAST INTO THE LOW TO MID 90S. AND THE FOOTHILLS PLAN FOR SUNSHINE AND MID 80S. AND TODAY IN THE SIERRA NOT EXPECTING ANY THUNDERSTORMS, AT LEAST IN THE LAKE TAHOE REGION. HIGHS WILL GET TO THE LOWER TO MID 70S. COMING UP YOU’LL HAVE YOUR FULL FORECAST BROKEN DOWN FOR YOU. NEIGHBORHOOD BY NEIGHBORHOOD. IT’S 502. GOOD MORNING BRIAN. WHAT’S CATCHING YOUR EYE ON THE ROADWAYS. WE’RE GOING TO START OUT HERE IN WEST SACRAMENTO TAKING A LOOK AT INTERSTATE 80 COMING IN THROUGH ENTERPRISE OR HEADING OUT ONTO THE CAUSEWAY. THERE. TRAFFIC’S LIGHT. NO PROBLEMS TO REPORT IN THAT DIRECTION. SO AN EASY RIDE FOR YOU THERE. HIGHWAY 50 LOOKING GOOD THIS MORNING. AND 80. NO PROBLEMS COMING INTO DOWNTOWN. WE HAD A LITTLE CONSTRUCTION GOING ON THERE EARLIER THIS MORNING, BUT NOT A PROBLEM. NOW FIVE AND 99. LOOKING GOOD OUT OF ELK GROVE. COMING INTO THE DOWNTOWN AREA AS WELL. ON THAT NORTHBOUND RIDE HEADING SOUTH INTO STOCK TOWN. LOOKING GOOD ON 599 THE CROSSTOWN FREEWAY ALL CLEAR AND WESTBOUND HIGHWAY FOUR. NO ISSUES TO REPORT HERE. 205 IS CURRENTLY A 19 MINUTE RIDE, 28 MINUTES ON 580 AND 99 MODESTO TO MANTECA. COMMUTE. THEY’RE ALL IN THE GREEN. 13 MINUTE RIDE FOR YOU. HIGHWAY 50 AT RANCHO CORDOVA. WE’RE LOOKING AT TEN MINUTES. INTERSTATE 80 OUT OF ROSEVILLE NINE MINUTES AND FIVE AND 99 SHOULD TAKE YOU 11 MINUTES OUT OF ELK GROVE. BACK TO YOU. ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU, BRIAN. NOW LET’S GO TO STANISLAUS COUNTY. AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HAS RATIFIED A PROCLAMATION DECLARING A LOCAL EMERGENCY BECAUSE OF AN INSECT. MELANIE WINGO JOINS US NOW LIVE FROM OUTSIDE COUNTY OFFICES IN MODESTO WITH MORE ABOUT THE BUG. THAT’S A BIG THREAT TO TOMATO. GOOD MORNING. YEAH, THAT BUG IS CALLED A BEET LEAFHOPPER. AND ACCORDING TO FARMERS AND AGRICULTURE EXPERTS, IT’S THE VIRUS. THE BEET LEAFHOPPER SPREADS. THAT’S OF REAL CONCERN TO THEM. SO AT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING YESTERDAY, FARMERS AND THE AG COMMISSIONER FOR THE COUNTY SPOKE ABOUT THEIR CONCERNS RELATED TO THIS BUG AND THE FACT THAT THE INSECT SPREADS A VIRUS THAT TURNS THE TOMATO PLANTS, LEAVES YELLOW, STUNTS THE GROWTH OF THE PLANTS, AFFECTS CROP YIELDS. AND THIS PLANTS THAT ARE AFFECTED BY IT TYPICALLY SHOW SYMPTOMS WITHIN 7 TO 14 DAYS AFTER INFECTION. FARMERS SAY NOT EVERY YEAR IS A BEET LEAFHOPPER AND CURLY TOP VIRUS. CONCERN, BUT THIS YEAR, THEY SAY, THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ARE JUST RIGHT TO MAKE IT A PROBLEM. HAVING THE RAINY CONDITIONS THAT WE DID A LOT OF DRY GRASS UP IN THE HILLS, IT’S DRIED OUT WITH THE WIND AND THEN SEEING THE THE LEAF HOPPERS MOVE INTO THE VALLEY FARTHER SOUTH AND THEN MOVE NORTH. UM, CURLY TOP VIRUS IS A BIG CONCERN FOR US THIS YEAR. SO THE COUNTY TELLS KCRA THREE THAT THE SUPERVISORS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED THIS PROCLAMATION FOR A STATE OF EMERGENCY. RELATED TO THIS BUG. AND WHAT THAT MEANS IS THEY CAN NOW TAKE STEPS TO MITIGATE THE PROBLEM. REPORTING LIVE IN MODESTO MELANIE WINGO KCRA THREE NEWS. ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU, MELANIE. THE BEET LEAFHOPPERS ARE ONLY ABOUT 3.5MM LONG. REALLY TINY. SO THEY’RE SMALL BUGS AND CAUSE SOME HUGE PROBLEMS THIS MORNING. VACAVILLE POLICE ARE WARNING TEENAGERS AND PARENTS ABOUT A DANGEROUS CRIME. AND IT’S COMING AFTER GROWING REPORTS OF KIDS SHOOTING TOY GUNS IN PUBLIC. IT’S A GROWING TREND. IT’S HAPPENED OUTSIDE OF SCHOOLS AND PARKS, AND PEOPLE HAVE EVEN REPORTED GETTING HIT BY FOAM BULLETS OR OTHER PROJECTILES LIKE ORBEEZ FROM THOSE GUNS. POLICE SAY THAT THOSE SEEN DISCHARGING THEM COULD FACE PENALTIES, AND ALTHOUGH IN MANY CASES THEY’RE CLEARLY MARKED AS TOY GUNS, SOME KIDS WILL PAINT THEM BLACK OR CAMOUFLAGE, AND THAT MAKES THEM HARDER TO IDENTIFY AS TOYS. I WOULD HATE TO SEE A SITUATION ARISE WHERE SOMEBODY MISTOOK IT FOR A REAL GUN, AND IT COULD BE AN OFFICER OR SOMEBODY WITH A CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT THAT FELT THEY NEEDED TO DEFEND THEMSELVES OR SOMEONE ELSE. POLICE DO RECOMMEND THE PARENTS ONLY ALLOW THEIR KIDS TO USE THOSE TOY GUNS UNDER SUPERVISION. THEY ASK RESIDENTS TO REPORT THE USE OF THOSE TOY GUNS IN PUBLIC SPACES AND IMMEDIATELY WE ARE FOLLOWING THE LATEST DETAILS IN A STORY WE BROUGHT YOU AS BREAKING NEWS YESTERDAY MORNING. LODI POLICE ARE NOW TRYING TO FIND THE PERSON WHO SHOT AND KILLED A MAN AT A FRUIT PACKING PLANT. THE SHOOTING HAPPENED MONDAY NIGHT AT THE RIVER, MADE TRADING COMPANY SITE ON EAST PINE STREET. DEPUTIES SAY THE VICTIM WAS A MAN IN HIS LATE 20S. HE WAS AT WORK AT THE TIME OF THE SHOOTING, BUT IT HASN’T BEEN CONFIRMED IF HE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE COMPANY. SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS HE WAS SHOT A NUMBER OF TIMES AND HE DIED ON SCENE. BUSINESS OWNERS IN THE AREA ARE CONCERNED AND SHOCKED BY THIS MURDER. I WAS SHOCKED THAT NOTHING LIKE THAT EVER HAPPENS AROUND HERE. IT’S QUIET AND PEACEFUL AND LODI DOES HAVE ITS ISSUES, BUT IN THIS AREA YOU DON’T SEE ANYTHING LIKE THAT. INVESTIGATORS ARE STILL TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT LED UP TO THE SHOOTING. THEY HAVE NOT RELEASED POSSIBLE SUSPECT DESCRIPTIONS. WELL, A 57 YEAR OLD MAN IS NOW FACING CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE DEATH OF HIS MOTHER. RIO VISTA. POLICE SAY THEY GOT CALLED OUT TO A HOME ON BIRCH RIDGE DRIVE YESTERDAY TO DO A WELFARE CHECK. IT’S IN A HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FOR SENIORS. THERE WAS A BRIEF STRUGGLE. POLICE DID ARREST HIM AND THEN OFFICERS FOUND THE BODY OF A 78 YEAR OLD WOMAN INSIDE THE HOME. POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING WHAT LED TO THE WOMAN’S DEATH AND WHAT ROLE HER SON MIGHT HAVE PLAYED. IT’S STILL IN THE EARLY STAGES OF THE INVESTIGATION. ARDEN. AS WITH ANY CASE AND ANY CRIME, ESPECIALLY A CRIME, THE SERIOUSNESS IMPORTANT THAT WE MAKE SURE WE CHECK ALL AVENUES AND FOLLOW UP ON ALL LEADS TO MAKE SURE THAT WE GET THIS RIGHT. THE SUSPECT WAS BOOKED INTO THE SOLANO COUNTY JAIL. WELL, SOME TENSE MOMENTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO. QUITE A LOT GOING ON HERE. THE SON OF THE FOUNDER OF HAMAS SPOKE AND BOTH PRO-PALESTINIAN AND PRO-ISRAEL GROUPS WERE HOLDING SIMILAR RALLIES. NOW, HOURS BEFORE THE MUSAB YOUSEF EVEN SHOWED UP ON CAMPUS, THE TWO SIDES HAD GATHERED ON ONE SIDE, ISRAELI STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS CELEBRATING PEACE IN ISRAEL WEEK AND ISRAEL’S INDEPENDENCE DAY, WITH YOUSEF AS THEIR GUEST SPEAKER. ON THE OTHER SIDE, PRO-PALESTINIAN STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS PROTESTING HIS PRESENCE ON CAMPUS, WHICH THEY SAY FOSTERS HATE AND ISLAMOPHOBIA. THERE WERE SEVERAL MOMENTS WHERE MEMBERS OF BOTH SIDES CAME FACE TO FACE AND SHOUTED THEIR POINTS OF VIEW. A GROUP PROTEST THE ISRAEL-HAMAS WAR. NOW TAKING DOWN AN ENCAMPMENT AT UC BERKELEY, AND STUDENTS STARTED BREAKING DOWN TENTS AND TAKING THOSE BARRICADES DOWN. YESTERDAY, JUST A FEW TENTS AND SIGNS ARE STILL THERE. THE ENCAMPMENT FIRST SHOWED UP ON SPROUL PLAZA APRIL 23RD, AND THE UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN IN TALKS WITH THE STUDENTS ABOUT THOSE DEMANDS. AND AT THIS POINT, UC BERKELEY IS NOT SAYING IF IT’S PLANNING TO MEET ANY OF THOSE DEMANDS. IT’S 508. LET’S DO WEATHER AND TRAFFIC ONCE AGAIN. AND HERE IS TAMARA WITH A WARM ONE AHEAD. YEAH, GET READY. THE MORNINGS CAN BE COMFORTABLE ENOUGH THAT YOU COULD PROBABLY GRAB A LAYER BEFORE YOU STEP OUT THE DOOR, BUT I’D SAY THAT AROUND, YOU KNOW, 10:00 11 A.M. SO MIDDAY, YOU’LL PROBABLY SHED THOSE LAYERS AS CONDITIONS WILL START TO REALLY WARM AT THAT POINT. RIGHT NOW LIVE. LOOK HERE AT SUTTER HEALTH BALLPARK, WHERE THE RIVER CATS ARE IN TOWN FOR A HOME STAND AND EXPECTING A NICE, PLEASANT MORNING START THERE IN WEST SACRAMENTO AND INTO DOWNTOWN. IT’S 54 DEGREES CURRENTLY IN THE CAPITAL CITY. YOU’RE GETTING READY TO HEAD OUT THE DOOR IN STOCKTON TO 57. A LITTLE WARMER THAN THAT. MODESTO AT 60 AND WE’RE UP TO 40 DEGREES IN LAKE TAHOE FOR TODAY IN SACRAMENTO. THIS IS EXPECTED TO BE THE WARMEST DAY OF THE WEEK. WE’RE GOING TO A HIGH OF 94. THAT’S WELL ABOVE THE AVERAGE, WHICH IS 81 FOR PERSPECTIVE, FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. AND WE’RE RIGHT THERE IN THE MIDDLE OF MAY. OF COURSE, WITH TODAY BEING THE 15TH DAY OF MAY, WE’RE LOOKING AT LOWER 70S AROUND TRUCKEE AND LAKE TAHOE. SOUNDS PRETTY REFRESHING TO BE BY THE LAKE TODAY. A BETTER DAY FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION IN THE SIERRA. NOT EXPECTING ANY THUNDERSTORMS AROUND THE IMMEDIATE LAKE TAHOE AREA, WE’LL BE IN THE LOW 80S FOR ARNOLD, AND YOU’RE GOING TO SEE A LOT OF 80S TODAY IN SPOTS LIKE GRASS VALLEY, 84, AUBURN TOPS AT 8784 TODAY IN ANGELS CAMP AND 85 IN SONORA AND AROUND JAMESTOWN, CLOSER TO THE BAY AREA. LOOK AT THIS WIDESPREAD HERE OF VARIABLE CONDITIONS. 60S NEAR THE COAST IN SAN FRANCISCO WITH A FOGGY MORNING START. WE’RE AT 72 TODAY IN NAPA, ONLY LOOKING AT UPPER 70S TO LOWER 80S AROUND SOLANO COUNTY. MUCH WARMER THOUGH, AS YOU HEAD INLAND. WE’RE AT 90 TODAY IN STOCKTON, 89 FOR MODESTO. AND LOOKING AT A RANGE HERE OF 90S AROUND THE CENTRAL VALLEY FROM 90 IN VACAVILLE AND ELK GROVE TO 92 IN DAVIS, 94 IN FOLSOM. AND LOOK AT YUBA CITY CLIMBING CLOSE TO THE CENTURY MARK FOR YOUR WEDNESDAY COMING UP IN MY FULL FORECAST, I’LL SHOW YOU THE COOLER CHANGES EXPECTED AS WE GET READY TO HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND. IT’S 510, READY TO HEAD OUT ON THE ROADWAYS. BRIAN, WHAT’S OUT THERE? ENJOY THE RIDE HERE ON INTERSTATE 80 AS YOU’RE HEADING IN THROUGH GREENBACK, YOU CAN SEE THERE ARE NO MAJOR INCIDENTS. REPORT THEIR TRAFFIC IS FLOWING ALONG SMOOTHLY WITH NO DELAYS BETWEEN ROSEVILLE AND DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO. IF YOU’RE COMING IN THAT ROUTE AND IF YOU’RE HEADING OUT HIGHWAY 50, THEY’RE ALSO LOOKING GOOD THIS MORNING. NO PROBLEMS ON THE 50 CORRIDOR AS YOU MAKE YOUR WAY INTO DOWNTOWN. AND THEN FIVE AND 99 NORTHBOUND. NO ISSUES HERE. NOW ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY. WE’RE LOOKING GOOD. ALL THE WAY OUT TO THE BAY AREA ON THAT WESTBOUND RIDE THERE THROUGH STOCKTON. NO INCIDENTS ON THE FREEWAY. GOT ONE MINOR INCIDENT ON THE SURFACE STREETS THERE. AND THEN WESTBOUND 205 OVER TO 580 JUST PAST THE TRANSITION THERE. WE HAVE THREE VEHICLES INVOLVED IN THE COLLISION THAT’S GOING TO BE ON THE EASTBOUND SIDE, BUT IT IS ADDING A LITTLE BIT TO THE SLOWDOWNS ON THE WESTBOUND SIDE 205, A 24 MINUTE RIDE AND FIVE, 80, 27 MINUTES, AND THEN DOWN AROUND 580 AT 132. THERE’S A VEHICLE ON ITS SIDE ALSO NOT BLOCKING THE ROADWAY, NOT ADDING TO THE DELAYS THERE. 50 A TEN MINUTE RIDE OUT OF RANCHO CORDOVA. INTERSTATE 80 OUT OF ROSEVILLE. WE’RE LOOKING AT NINE MINUTES AND THEN OUT OF ELK GROVE ON FIVE AND 99. IT’S AN 11 MINUTE RIDE BACK TO YOU. ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU. MORE AID TO TELL YOU ABOUT IN THE MIDDLE EAST. STILL AHEAD, THE PUSH TO HELP ISRAEL AND GAZA AS THE WHITE HOUSE ANNOUNCES PLANS TO DELIVER MORE WEAPONS AND HUMANITY AID. AND BOEING COULD BE OPEN TO SOME NEW PROSECUTION BECAUSE OF THOSE CRASHES. CLAIMS AGAINST THE AIRCRAFT MAKER FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

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House fire reported on San Joaquin Avenue in Denair

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Updated: 5:50 AM PDT May 15, 2024

A two-story structure fire was reported Wednesday morning on San Joaquin Avenue near Main Street in Denair, east of Turlock.Fire crews were dispatched around 4:48 a.m. It was unclear what caused the fire and no injuries have been reported. See our live traffic map for updates.Click the video player above to watch other morning headlines from KCRA News 3This story was curated by Hearst’s KCRA Alert Desk.Sharing brings us closer together. If this story happened near you, share this article with friends in your area using the KCRA mobile app so they can read along with you. The KCRA app is available for free in Apple’s App Store and on Google Play.See more coverage of top California stories here | Download our app.

A two-story structure fire was reported Wednesday morning on San Joaquin Avenue near Main Street in Denair, east of Turlock.

Fire crews were dispatched around 4:48 a.m.

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It was unclear what caused the fire and no injuries have been reported.

See our live traffic map for updates.

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This story was curated by Hearst’s KCRA Alert Desk.

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About the Author
Yosi Yahoudai is a founder and the managing partner of J&Y. His practice is comprised primarily of cases involving automobile and motorcycle accidents, but he also represents people in premises liability lawsuits, including suits alleging dangerous conditions of public property, third-party criminal conduct, and intentional torts. He also has expertise in cases involving product defects, dog bites, elder abuse, and sexual assault. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California and is admitted to practice in all California State Courts, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. If you have any questions about this article, you can contact Yosi by clicking here.

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