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What you need to know: March 15

Stephanie welcome back.

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

Vo new zealand police say a gunman killed 49 people at two mosques in christchurch thursday.

The man charged in the murder will appear in court today.

Police believe the motive was terrorism.

### wipe cecile cecile vo redding police arrested "mark hense" for felony domestic violence.

Officers say he led police on a car chase through "win river casino" - weaving through cars before abandoning his truck.

Police found a woman with abuse signs who said "hense" had threatened to kill her if she ran.

### wipe stephanie stephanie vo redding police teamed up with a local neighborhood watch group to identify a home they believe is the center of criminal activity on henderson road.

And john fruits" - along with two others.

Officers say they have arrested the brothers 58 times before.

### wipe cecile cecile vo the butte county sheriff's office is investigating two attacks by a pack of nine dogs in magalia.

This happened on rosewood drive thursday.

Investigators say the owner - peter ricca - was in court thursday regarding earlier complaints about the dogs.

No charges have been filed at this time.

### wipe stephanie stephanie vo office rescued a couple and their dog near hells gate campgrounds.

The couple climbed down a cliff to save their dog after he fell 200 feet down a cliff.

Crews used a kayak to get the couple across the river near "deveil's hole".

### wipe cecile cecile vo redding police say "crain coulter" was breaking into cars on reddington drive around two this morning.

Officers found him hiding inside a homeowner's truck with property from the burglaries.

Police say coulter confessed to the crime.

### wipe stephanie stephanie vo the yuba county sheriff's office has welcomed back a deputy - injured in the line of duty.

Deputy phillip bronson was injured in an officer involved shooting back on august first, 2017.

On thursday, the department celebrated deputy's bronson's return to patrol.

### wipe cecile cecile vo the secret trail brewing company will unveil it's "paradise strong" special brew on saint patrick's day..

A portion of the proceeds from the beer will to go to the camp fire fund..

This sunday's event kicks off at 7 thirty and lasts until 4pm.### wipe stephanie stephanie vo congress has approved a resolution that would overturn president trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border.

The president responded on twitter with one word... veto.

It would be president trump's first since taking office.### stephanie stephanie



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