Listen: Sacramento, Eddy Carmona And Waller discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
"Clouds out there. But for the most part, the Sacramento area is drive still getting rain in the foothills. And boy, I think the foothills are going to stay rather damp through the evening hours, but around the Sacramento area. It will stay mostly cloudy and cool tomorrow should be a dry day, the Sacramento aerial breakout in some sunshine, tomorrow, highs in the upper fifties, we will see some rain during the day on Saturday, nothing big nothing all that heavy, but we will see some light rain in the middle of the day. And then Sunday looks dry. I'm Kierra three meteorologist Mark finding on NewsRadio. PK fifty two degrees in Folsom. It's fifty five in elk grove and fifty five in Sacramento. Four members of Sacramento area. Congregations together rallied at the state capital. Earlier today for one of to use of force bills being considered by California, lawmakers more than one hundred people with the organization gathered at the state capital in downtown Sacramento this morning to support AB three ninety two which would limit the circumstances. When law enforcement can use deadly force three nine two will actually require a policy around when an officer may use deadly force, and essentially say that there's going to be a regulation and a guideline as to win. They can do that does community organizer Eddy Carmona. He says the group is supporting AB three ninety two because a competing Bill does not go far enough. It's a cosmetic Bill that is that does not implement any requirements. It does not implement any kind of. Regulations and definitely does not allow for the criminal convictions of law enforcement, Mike blunt, NewsRadio KFB K nor Cal rapists suspect. Roy Charles Weller appeared or rather Waller appeared in a Sacramento courtroom today for a status hearing attorneys agreed to return for another status update may thirty-first judge high may Roman asked Waller if he would waive his right to a speedy process and agree to a preliminary hearing on June six June twenty-sixth, June."