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What you need to know: July 21

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Published on July 21, 2020 -

What you need to know: July 21

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Here's what you need to know to start your day on July 21.

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What you need to know: July 21

Need to know to start your day.

Butte county added*11* new cases coronavirus cases monday and another person has died!.

The california department of health now says if butte county doesn't improve case counts before wednesday-- it will be added it to the states watchlist.

We are on firewatch today with several fires burning in our area... in lassen county the hog and gold fires have burned over 14,000 acres in total..

In butte county the feather fire has burned 30 acres..

In siskyou county the badger fire has taken 490 acres so far... in shasta county the platina fire has burned 340 acres..

We will continue to update you with new numbers throughout the day latest on these fires..

If you are taking the midway today do*no* go south of durham.

The midway will be closed today between white drive and esquon road crews will be replacing two bridges those bridges date back to the early 20th century.

This project will cost nearly 20 million dollars - most of it will be paid off by the federal highway bridge program.## today, talks democrats and republicans' on a trillion dollar stimulus...potenti ally extending extra unemployment benefits - set to expire next week.

That plan facing pushback from the president, he says he wants to cut payroll taxes and funds to the cdc for testing and tracing the virus.

Opponents say cuts to payroll won't help people who arent getting a paycheck..

The results are in for one of the most closely watched early vaccine trials out of oxford university.

The bottom line: researchers say the initial results look promising.

There are some side effects however and researchers say they are not sure sure how long the vaccine would remain effective or if it will be safe for vulnerable patients..

## the house is expected to vote on a 740-billion dollar defense bill today.

The house measure would take action to change the names of military facilities named after confederate leaders within a year.

President trump is threatening to veto the bill if it includes plans to remove the names of confederate leaders from bases.### the minneapolis city charter commission will discuss the creation of a*ne* charter department..

Removing the operating charter of it's police department.

It would provide community safety and violence prevention operations.

The minneapolis police department has been under scrutiny since the police killing of george floyd in may.### you're never more than 10

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