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What you need to know: June 27

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What you need to know: June 27
What you need to know: June 27
Here's what you need to know to start your day on June 27, 2019.

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

A wanted felon is now behind bars-- after a seven hour long standoff with police.

The standoff began wednesday afternoon- when police attempted a parole search at a home on miller street.

The suspect remained holed up inside the house until 11 wednesday night-- despite a swat team repeatedly firing tear gas.#### redding police are searching for- steven casas- police say he went missing under suspicious circumstances.

Casas was last seen on hartnell avenue and churn creek road just before one a-m june 22nd.

If you know anything about his disappearance- call redding police.#### today a procession will be held for sacramento police officer tara o'sullivan, who was shot and killed in the line of duty last week.

After the procession, o'sullivan will be laid to rest in elk grove this afternoon as the humanitarian crisis worsens at the southern border...the house and senate will begin working on a pair of bills to help fund various agencies involved in helping migrants.

The senate wednesday overwhelmingly passed it's version of a humanitarian aid bill.

However-- house democrats want to change the bill-- and the president has threatened to veto it.### governor gavin newsom has until midnight - tonight - to sign off on the state's 215 billion dollar budget.

Lawmakers approved the budget earlier this month.

The governor has not said whether he will sign the budget.

The supreme court is expected to make final rulings in two landmark case* -today.

The first involves whether the 20-20 census can include a question about u- s citizenship.

And the second-- involves gerrymandering-- when state legislatures draw the maps for voting districts-- along party lines.### today-- several democratic presidential hopefuls are expected to tour a migrant facility in homestead, florida.

Senators elizabeth warren and amy klobuchar visited the child detention center wednesday -- ahead of last night's first debate.

Tulsi gabbard and beto o'rourke have both announced plans to also visit the site.#### and in miami florida-- democratic presidential candidates faced off wednesday night tackling a wide range of issues... and tonight- 10 more candidates face off.####

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