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What you need to know: Sept. 18

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What you need to know: Sept. 18

What you need to know: Sept. 18

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What you need to know: Sept. 18

Breaking news this morning-- firefighters put out a house fire in chico.

Action news now reporter cecile julitte is live on scene-- she's going to give us a closer look at the house.

We are working to learn more details--we'll fundraising, here in california today - the same day his administration is expected to revoke the state's authority to set auto mileage standards.

California has set its own emission standards for the past 50 years.

California attorney general xavier becerra promises legal action... saying the move will hurt u.s. automakers and american families.

Democrats are fighting to expand background checks for gun sales lawmakers are now targeting senate leader mitch mcconnell for not allowing a vote on expanding background checks.

Mcconnell says he's waiting to see what the president will sign.

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Chico city council members decided*no* to allow councilmember sean morgan to recind his vote for randall stone as mayor at tuesday's council meeting.

Morgan said he was pushing this item forward, not for political reasons, but because he wants to see a change in leadership.

Several other members agreed... and said they would like to see a change in the mayor's behavior.

### the council also aproved the creation of a committee to look into a homeless work program.

Councilmember scott huber initiated the proposal -- he says the idea originated from similar programs in other cities- including oakland.### ppresident trump is set to continue fundraising, here in california today - the same day his administration is expected to revoke the state's authority to set auto mileage standards.

California has set its own emission standards for the past 50 years.

California attorney general xavier becerra promises legal action... saying the move will hurt u.s. automakers and american families.



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