Leticia Ordaz, kcranews

Leticia Ordaz


Sacramento, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Leticia:

Sacramento International Airport holiday travel tips for Thanksgiving

It's the day before Thanksgiving, and big crowds are expected at Sacramento International Airport. The airport is making sure travelers stay calm through this stressful travel time by bringing in some furry friends. → Read More

Levee to protect Wheatland is completed after decadelong effort

Officials call the project a critical step toward 100-year flood protection for the city of Wheatland. → Read More

Sacramento International Airport adds spots for Lyft drivers

A trip to the airport can cause a lot of anxiety during the busy holiday season. But this month, Sacramento International Airport is trying to make it a smoother process. → Read More

Old Sacramento holiday tree arrives, biggest ever on display

Organizers said this is the tallest tree they have ever had on display at the waterfront. → Read More

Return of 'The Claw' kicks off leaf season in Sacramento. Here's what to know

November is officially the beginning of leaf season in the city of Sacramento, and "the Claw" is making the rounds through Sacramento neighborhoods. → Read More

Where to buy a Powerball ticket in Sacramento for $1B drawing

Four years ago, the California Lottery listed Lichine's Liquor & Deli as the sixth luckiest place in the state for winning $1 million dollars or more. → Read More

Hundreds of guns exchanged for gift cards at Sacramento police buyback event

Hundreds of guns were taken off the streets on Saturday at a Sacramento gun buyback event hosted the police department. → Read More

State leaders to discuss climate change, solutions at California Extreme Heat Symposium

Scientists predict temperatures will soar with climate change, and the governor's office said action is required to protect California. → Read More

NAACP demands investigation into video showing Yuba City students acting out slave auction

The Sacramento Branch of the NAACP is demanding an investigation after a video of students acting out a slave auction surfaced at a high school in Yuba City. → Read More

Sacramento area breast cancer survivors raise awareness at Making Strides Walk

KCRA 3 spoke with several survivors at the march about their journey and mission to spread awareness and save lives. → Read More

Experts gather at Sacramento State to discuss deadly opioid epidemic

Experts are gathering at Sacramento State on Tuesday to discuss getting a handle on the deadly opioid epidemic plaguing the country. → Read More

EDD oversight hearing set for Wednesday. How the public can share their experiences

Officials with the embattled department will answer questions during a legislative oversight hearing in Sacramento. → Read More

Stockton school named after hometown hero encourages Latino youth to pursue STEM careers

Statistics currently show that only 8% of the Latino population in the United States pursue careers in science, engineering, math and technology. → Read More

Sideshows in Yolo County could lead to jail time and suspended licenses — including for spectators

Law enforcement officials across the state have reported a dramatic increase in sideshows since the pandemic began, and the Yolo County district attorney is implementing a first-of-its-kind crackdown on these incidents. → Read More

Yolo County’s homeless population increased in latest count

Yolo County released its 2022 Point-in-Time homeless count on Tuesday, and despite the increase in numbers — county officials said there is progress in getting people off the streets. → Read More

'Literacy shows them about their life': Stockton’s Chicano Research Center provides background on Latino heritage

"What it means for me is a total passion of a person that believed in a dream, and the dream was to be an advocate of literacy — and to open the world up and to show people that there are all kinds of literature." → Read More

Remembering 9/11: Hundreds pay tribute at Cal Expo in Sacramento

People from near and far to the Capital city came to the September 11 Memorial Plaza, which is where a large beam from the North World Trade Center Tower sits. → Read More

Tracy City Council to discuss future of pot dispensaries within city limits

Earlier this summer, the city of Tracy approved its first pot dispensary, but some neighbors argue the city officials shouldn't be so quick to approve retail pot shops in the downtown area. → Read More

City of Tracy becomes latest to discuss new rules for camping

The city council said they want to start enforcing a park curfew and crack down on those breaking the law after numerous complaints about fires at parks, vandalism, trash left behind and even a shooting. → Read More

Stockton school named after hometown hero opens

The Stockton community is gathering Wednesday to celebrate the opening of a new charter school named after a hometown hero. → Read More