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Top headlines: Wednesday, March 7

Top headlines: Wednesday, March 7

Here are the top headlines for Wednesday, March 7.

Attorney General in Sacramento today

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will be in Sacramento Wednesday on the heels of a lawsuit filed by the Justice Department.

The Justice Department is arguing that California sanctuary laws are unconstitutional and have prevented federal agents from carrying out their duties.

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Driver under investigation after Butte County crash

A driver is under investigation for DUI after crashing their vehicle into a tree in Paradise Pines.

It happened around 5 a.m. Wednesday on Wycliff Way near Magalia.

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Man arrested after Oroville break-in

A man was arrested in Butte County during an early morning break-in.

Police got an alarm call from the store and found the suspect, Kevin Miers, trying to steal a log splitter.

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Redding City Council votes against fiscal emergency

The Redding City Council has voted not to declare a fiscal emergency.

Councilman Adam McElvain was the only vote against.

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Discussion on Chico fee increase

Chico State will hold another public forum Wednesday to explain why officials believe a fee increase is needed.

The university is proposing to increase fees by 190 dollars per semester.

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