In July 2011, the Reports branding was phased out from the station's news branding, which changed to KCRA 3 News. [17] The fire was contained to an older portion of the building that had been used as storage, but was otherwise mostly abandoned. For years, residents in North Lake Tahoe and South Lake Tahoe received KCRA via cable, even though the latter community fell outside the Sacramento media market as defined by Nielsen. Over the years, KCRA has preempted some NBC programming, notably the soap opera Another World. By the time KCRA-TV went on the air, the KRCA-TV call letters had already been taken the previous year by NBC's owned-and-operated station in Los Angeles (originally KNBH, now KNBC). Her announcement was followed by a separate one from KCRA-TV (Channel 3) reporter Max Resnik, who said in a tweet on Tuesday he would leave the station after a three-year tenure. KCRA-TV inherited the NBC affiliation from KCCC-TV (channel 40, channel now occupied by Fox affiliate KTXL), which became the Sacramento market's first television station when it signed on in September 1953, which had also carried affiliations with ABC, CBS and DuMont until other stations debuted in the market. “I believe what I’ve done here at KCRA has put me in the position to go on to bigger and better things,” Williams told his staff on Monday. Elderly citizens wearing face masks due to the coronavirus outbreak were seen gathering at evacuation centres in Kagoshima and other parts of southern Japan. [20][21] A few hours later, Meza deleted an Instagram post and a tweet promoting the story. On September 10, 1966, Bob Wilkins began hosting a Saturday night horror movie showcase called Seven Arts Theatre; Wilkins later moved his show to KTXL, and then to KTVU in Oakland in the 1970s. In January 1962, KCRA-TV began transmitting its signal from the Walnut Grove tower, which became the tallest structure in the state. From about 1960 until the late 1980s, its logo was an Arabic numeral 3 inside a green square with rounded corners and convex sides (to represent the shape of a TV tube). In March 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the station added an additional hour of news and launched a new 7 p.m. newscast that airs on weekdays.

12, 2012 - 10:43 AMComment. The typhoon is forecast to be downgraded to a tropical storm within 12 hours. Two survivors and the body of a third crew member were found before the search was suspended, and the coast guard said it will resume the operation when Haishen clears the region. "I am asking that people exercise the utmost caution.". "Record-level rainfall is expected. It may cause landslides or it could cause even large rivers to flood," said Yoshihisa Nakamoto, director of the forecast division at the Japan Meteorological Agency. She reflects fun, humor, knowledge of almost anything you would … Harry Geise was hired by KCRA as its main weatherman in the mid-1960s.

KCRA general manager Elliott Troshinsky announced Williams’s departure in an email to staff this week, saying that the veteran news director “has expressed a desire to pursue some other career interests and opportunities.”. Officials in El Dorado County petitioned the FCC to annex South Lake Tahoe from the Reno market into the Sacramento market.[16]. Bullet train services in southern and western Japan were also suspended.