Good morning Northern California. Here’s what you need to know for Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.
Federal and out-of-state help has began setting up in Northern California as wildfires continue to burn across the region.
FEMA brought in trailers and food to help people that have been displaced.
EMTs from across state lines are ready to help in rescue and recovery efforts. Get the full story here.
WATCH OUT FOR …
++ Thunder Valley Casino Resort is holding a job fair Friday in order to fill 50 culinary jobs, like cooks, cook helpers and kitchen runners. The fair runs until noon and organizers will be hiring on the spot.
++ The annual KCRA 3 Kids Can Food Drive kicks off Friday. You can drop off non-perishable food items like canned meats and vegetables at the Cal Expo Main Gate until 7 p.m.
++ Northern California’s wildfires have forced thousands of people from their homes. Those with nowhere to go are turning to shelters for help. Tom Miller has the story.
++ The White House says it cannot lawfully pay subsidies to health insurance companies under President Obama’s health care law. Get the story here.
++ Pacific Gas and Electric crews have been busy from sunup to sundown trying to restore electricity to about 1,300 people left powerless after the Cascade Fire erupted Sunday night in Yuba County. Mike Luery has the story.
Friday will be sunny with highs in the mid- to upper-70s. Windy conditions return to the region late Friday into Saturday morning.
NorCal gets wildfire help, Trump healthcare order; KCRA Today, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017