Top headlines: Monday, January 22

Top headlines: Monday, January 22

Here are the top headlines for Monday, January 22.

Government shutdown moves into third day

The government shutdown is in day three, as of Monday.

Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. worked into the night to find a deal to reopen the government.

The Senate will vote at 9 a.m. Pacific Time on a short-term fix to fund the government for three weeks.

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DUI suspected as factor in Oroville crash

One person was killed in early Sunday after a crash in Oroville.

It happened around 1:30 a.m. near Oro Bangor Highway and Las Plumas Avenue.

One person was taken into custody for driving under the influence of alcohol, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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Highway 101 reopens after Southern California mudslides

In Santa Barbara County, Highway 101 is back open after being closed for nearly two weeks during the Southern California mudslides.

21 people have been killed in the mudslides. The body of a 28-year-old woman was recovered over the weekend.

Next storm system coming mid-week

Weather conditions are expected to improve throughout the day, with the next storm on its way mid-week.

If you see snow or severe weather in your area, send your photos or video to with your name and where the photo was taken.

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SAG Awards in Hollywood

The Screen Actors Guild Awards took over Hollywood Sunday night.

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" won an award for outstanding cast, Gary Oldman won lead male actor for his role in "Darkest Hour" and Morgan Freeman was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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