Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Jan. 7.
Police are looking for another gunman a day after another shooting incident in Chico. The shooting took place at the intersection of Third and Walnut Streets. Police say they found one car damaged - but no victims. It is the same location of a shooting Tuesday night that left one man dead and where a vigil was being held to honor that victim.
The Director of the California Department of Aging has unveiled the state's "master plan for aging." The plan is based on a year's worth of data gathering and outlines five major areas of focus: housing, health as we age, inclusion; not isolation, caregiving that works for people, and making aging more affordable. For more details of the plan, click here.
Congress affirmed President-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, as the winners of the 2020 election. The final count showed Joe Biden with 306 electoral votes to Donald Trump's 232. Lawmakers completed the final count after formal objections from some republicans to election results in Arizona and Pennsylvania. Congress voted down both of those objections.
Just moments after that confirmation, President Trump promised an "orderly transition on January 20th" tweeting from an aide's Twitter account. The president continued to contest the results of the election but acknowledged that his term was coming to an end.
Crews are now cleaning up the wreckage after a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol building. Pro-Trump protesters breached security and were seen inside the capitol building -- including the Senate chamber. One person was shot and killed and four others died from separate medical emergencies.
The results from Georgia are in. Voters sent two new democrats to the Senate in a close run-off race, and after a day of tallying votes, Democrat Jon Ossoff has been declared the projected winner against Republican incumbent David Perdue. Democrat Raphael Warnock picked up the second U.S. Senate seat - beating Republic incumbent Kelly Loeffler.
NBC News counts show that in just one day, the United States recorded its highest daily death toll from COVID-19: 3,920. Coronavirus cases are climbing as well. A new single-day record of 268,840.