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Past:
  • KSBW Action News 8
  • WAVY_News

Recent articles by Brandi:

Former KCRA 3 reporter Adrian Woodfork is a judge for National Dog Show on NBC

The National Dog Show returns to NBC on Thanksgiving Day. The event dates back to 1879 and is hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia. On Wednesday morning, former KCRA 3 reporter and host Adrian Woodfork, who is one of the judges for the dog show, joined KCRA 3 to preview the event with his Doberman, Vito. → Read More

What it takes to be a CHP Air Rescue pilot in California

KCRA 3 was granted exclusive access to a "master class" for California Highway Patrol Air Rescue Operations officers. → Read More

Watch CHP Air Rescue videos of notable rescues

In a rare opportunity, KCRA 3 was given access to the CHP training that’s only held once a year. Our full story airs Tuesday night on the KCRA 3 News at 11. It examines the years of work and financial commitment it takes for pilots to go through the training. → Read More

California ranks worst for lung cancer treatment, report finds

Only 1% of California residents who are eligible to be screened for lung cancer have done so, according to a new report. → Read More

Free wedding gowns available for some Sacramento-area brides

A giveaway is happening in Sacramento this week from Nov. 10-13. → Read More

Retiring Cal Expo CEO Rick Pickering reflects on past decade

While preparations are underway for the State Fair and Food Festival, the current CEO, Rick Pickering, is preparing for retirement. → Read More

There's a new type of notification for jury duty in Sacramento County. Here's what to know

If you live in Sacramento County, be on the lookout for a postcard notifying you of jury duty. → Read More

Stockton plans new mobile crisis pilot program. Here’s how it works

The city of Stockton is using federal funds from the American Rescue Plan to help people with non-violent, low-level 911 calls. → Read More

California cancer survivor encourages breast self-checks

Lasha Boyden, who is the U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of California will cut the ribbon at the start of the Making Strides Walk. → Read More

Bestselling gospel artist CeCe Winans is coming to Sacramento. How to get tickets

Winans is currently on her first nationwide tour in over a decade. → Read More

Here’s how you can defend yourself against cybercriminals, rise in cybercrime

According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in 2021, Americans were hit by an unprecedented rise in cybercrime, with nearly 850,000 reports to the FBI and losses surpassing $6.9 billion. → Read More

Bank branches mostly opened in predominantly white neighborhoods, report finds

Data show just how deep racial bias runs in the U.S. financial services sector, groups say. → Read More

Report: Hospitals spent more money per patient during pandemic

People should be prepared for "some big increases in their health insurance premiums," analyst says. → Read More

CA license board warns of unlicensed contractors for families impacted by wildfires

One of the most common problems arises when homeowners give a potential contractor too much money upfront. → Read More

Share your opinion with the California Reparations Task Force

California is taking a detailed look at the history of discrimination against African Americans in the state, from colonial times to the present day. → Read More

Q&A: Doctor explains risks after tuberculosis exposure at Elk Grove High School

Tests to detect active tuberculosis are underway in Elk Grove after health officials said Monday that a student had been diagnosed with TB. → Read More

Report: Deaths by suicide increase among youngest U.S. veterans, rates down overall

The National Veteran Suicide Prevention Report released Monday shows that the number of veteran deaths by suicide decreased from 2019 to 2020. → Read More

Child Passenger Safety Week: UC Davis injury prevention expert shares tips

Parents sometimes change car seats too early when they feel that their child has outgrown their current seat. → Read More

Jennifer Hudson talks about new show on KCRA 3

Jennifer Hudson joined KCRA 3’s Brandi Cummings and Mike Cherry to talk about the new show and the exciting upcoming guests. → Read More

New VALife insurance plan launches next year for veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs will soon offer whole life insurance to all veterans with service-connected disabilities. → Read More