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Top headlines: Wednesday, January 10

Top headlines: Wednesday, January 10

Here are the top headlines for Wednesday, January 10:

Man arrested for Redding burglary

A man was arrested for commercial burglary after police said he broke into Sportsman's Warehouse in Redding early Wednesday morning.

It happened around 1:30 a.m. at the business on Hilltop Drive.

Police said Daniel Francis Burger, 30, was found around Canby Road and Dusty Lane. They said he had several stolen items from the store in his backpack.

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Death toll rises in Southern California mudslides

As of Wednesday morning, 15 people have died in mudslides that have devastated Santa Barbara County.

The Coast Guard there rescued a family of five when their home was overtaken by a mudslide.

Highway 101 is closed through at least Thursday.

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Oroville Dam Spillway hearing today

Wednesday at the State Capitol, state legislators will hold a legislative hearing on the Oroville Dam Spillway emergency.

The Department of Water Resources' new director will testify at the hearing. Officials will also ask questions of the leader of the independent forensic team that released findings about the spillway last week.

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19-year-old admits to vehicle burglary

A Redding man was arrested after allegedly admitting to officers that he tried to break into at least one car a day for the last year.

Police said that shortly before 6 p.m. Tuesday, they saw Wade Smith shining a flashlight through windows of closed downtown Redding businesses. He allegedly showed officers one vehicle in the downtown parking garage that was damaged when he tried to break in.

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Temporary block for DACA program

Tuesday night, a federal judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

The request was made by California and other plaintiffs to prevent the president from ending DACA while lawsuits play out in court.

About 800,000 people brought to the country illegally as children or who came with families who overstayed visas have been protected under DACA.

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