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What You Need to Know: Oct. 1

Good morning, North State! Here's what you need to know to start your day on Oct. 1.

Posted: Oct 1, 2018 9:09 AM
Updated: Oct 1, 2018 9:34 AM

Justice Department Sues California over Net Neutrality Bill

Just hours after Governor Jerry Brown signed a new net neutrality bill into law Sunday, the justice department announced it is suing the state for imposing on the federal government's approach. The new California net neutrality bill blocks internet service providers from slowing specific types of content or applications. 

Rozarri Young Arrested For Extortion

The FBI says 23-year-old Rozarri Young has been arrested for an attempt to extort the parents of Aly Yeoman who went missing last March, then was found dead six weeks later. Young claimed that she knew of the missing girl's whereabouts and that she would not be harmed if Young received a payout.  Young has now been arrested on multiple charges.

Gridley Police Chief Faces Termination

Tonight, the Gridley city council could vote to fire police chief Dean Price. Council member Chris Williams put the chief's possible firing on the agenda for tonight at 6 p.m. Action News Now is working to learn why he may be facing termination. 

Three Men Arrested in Lakehead by SWAT Team

Authorities say three men were arrested by a SWAT team for breaking into Lakehead homes. They were reportedly burglarizing a home on Pine Street before hiding out at a home on Shasta Street. SWAT was called due to concerns that the men were armed. All three surrendered and were arrested. They now face several charges. 

Two People Hospitalized Following Fire in Mountain Gate

Two people are in the hospital after a fire broke out in their home in Mountain Gate early Sunday afternoon. Crews say the fire burned one home and several outbuildings. Firefighters say they found drug processing equipment on the premises, but the cause of the fire is still under investigation. 

Delta Fire Update 

All mandatory evacuations and advisories have been lifted. Rain Saturday night helped crews make good progress on a large spot fire that broke out early last week. The fire currently sits at over 63,000 acres and 97 percent contained.

Supreme Court Starts Fall Term 

The Supreme Court starts its fall term on Monday with only eight of its nine seats filled. The FBI has reopened its investigation into Brett Kavanaugh, whose confirmation vote has been delayed after multiple sexual misconduct allegations. The Senate is still moving forward. It begins debate onKavanaugh'ss nomination this afternoon. 

The United States Creates New Agreement With Mexico and Canada

The United States and Canada struck a last-minute trade deal just before midnight on Sunday. It is called the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement. President Trump held a press conference at 8 a.m. to discuss the agreement. 

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It was nice to receive some rain and mountain snow around northern California late Sunday and early Monday. Thankfully a change to our overall weather pattern is underway, and many more chances of rain are coming!
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