Top headlines: Tuesday, March 6

Here are the top headlines for Tuesday, March 6.

Fatal crash in Tehama County

One person is dead after a crash in Tehama County early Tuesday morning.

Officials said a Jeep was northbound when it drifted into the guard rail. They said the vehicle spun out and came to a stop in the middle of the freeway.

The Jeep's passenger was able to get out of the vehicle while the driver was trying to undo his seat belt.

The CHP said a box truck traveling the same way then crashed into the left side of the vehicle.

Officials said the driver of the Jeep died.

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New snowpack numbers released

The results of the Department of Water Resources' third snow survey have been released.

Monday's results showed the snowpack at 39 percent of average.

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Redding City Council will talk marijuana

The Redding City Council will take up the city's proposed cannabis ordinance Tuesday.

The ordinance calls for a ban on outdoor grows, and more.

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Schools back in session in Happy Valley

School will be back in session in Happy Valley Tuesday after the area was evacuated Monday to burn down a barn containing hundreds of pounds of explosives.

Some detours could be in place Tuesday because of the high heat from the location where that barn was burned down.

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Man dies in crash near Paradise

A man was killed after a head-on crash near Paradise Monday.

It happened just after noon on Clark Road north of Airport Road.

The California Highway Patrol said a 59-year-old from Magalia was driving a Chevy Spark southbound when he veered slightly off the road, then back into the northbound lane before hitting a 22-year-old woman from Oroville.

Officials do not suspect alcohol as a factor in the crash.

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