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What you need to know: Aug. 12

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What you need to know: Aug. 12
What you need to know: Aug. 12

Good morning, North State.

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

12.

What you need to know to start your day.

Happening today- students are set to head back to several schools across our region..

In shasta county shasta elementary schools are starting the year with a hybrid model.

Shasta high students return to campus today with split days as well.

Only half the students will be on campus at a time.

Anderson high school returns to five days a week in-person classes... but is prepared to move distance learning..

Should there be an outbreak.

All four cascade union elementary schools in anderson will have students return to campus today.

Remote learning and home-school options are also offered.

In butte county som* schools are starting virtually this week the oroville elementary school district and palermo union schools start today.

And paradise unified schools start tomorrow.

Happening today- pg&e is set to host a webinar on wildfire prevention and its own efforts to reduce the number of public safety shutoffs..

The webinar will be available online from 5:30 to 7 tonight.

To take part... visit action news now.com and look for a link to the event.

The brief presentation will allow for some participants to ask questions..### new this morning..

A boost for public transportation in one local city..

The butte county association of governments will receive $1.7 million..

That will go torwads purchasing electric buses, charging equipement and infrastructure for butte regional transit..

The money is part of $464 million in grant awards from the department of transportaiton..

President trump says the u.s. is on track to rapidly produce 100- million vaccine doses as soon as it is approved.

Its part of a billion-and-a- half-dollar deal with drug maker modern inc.

That company is already manufacturing the vaccine ahead of its approval and as clinical trials are still underway..

Joe biden has selected senator kamala harris of california as his running mate.

If elected..

The 55-year old harris would be the nation's first female, black and asian-american vice president.

Biden's decision ends weeks of intense speculation over who would complete the democratic ticket... you're never more than 10

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