Top headlines: Monday, February 12

Top headlines: Monday February 12

Here are the top headlines for Monday, February 12.

Anniversary of Oroville Dam Spillway Crisis

Monday marks one year since the Oroville Dam Spillway Crisis that forced nearly 200,000 people to evacuate their homes.

Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea called the evacuation on February 12, 2017.

Northstate lawmakers will gather at the State Capitol Monday to discuss dam safety legislation and recovery.

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One dead in Highway 70 crash

One person is dead after a crash on Highway 70.

It happened around 6:30 p.m. Sunday near the Cottonwood pass.

The California Highway Patrol said the crash took place between a vehicle and a motorcycle.

Northbound traffic was closed after the crash.

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Two men rescued by Coast Guard near Trinidad coast

The Coast Guard conducted a helicopter rescue Sunday morning on Pewetole Island.

Officials said they were contacted by a kayaker about two people who had waded out from a beach on Saturday. They reportedly fell into the water and were injured while climbing back.

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President's infrastructure plan to be released Monday

A new infrastructure plan is expected to be released Monday.

White House officials said the president's plan has four main goals. Those include reducing the permitting process to two years, rural infrastructure funding, improving the workforce and generating at least $1.5 trillion dollars.

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Stocks up in early trading

The Dow Jones industrial average was up in early trading Monday morning.

Early trading showed the average go up as much as 300 points.

It comes after a turbulent week on Wall Street, with major indexes seeing their biggest weekly losses in two years.

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