5 things you need to know this morning

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We've picked the top 5 U.S. and Central Valley news stories for you this morning.

1) Ceremonies for George H.W. Bush begin today

At 8.30 a.m PST, the former President's remains were flown from Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base in Houston to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. From there, his casket is being taken to the US Capitol in Washington.

FULL COVERAGE: George H.W. Bush dead at 94

2) SpaceX to attempt launching a reusable booster

Space X will attempt to launch a reusable Falcon nine booster on its third flight -- a first for the company -- at 10:32 Monday morning.

3) Schoolkids affected by Camp Fire begin classes

Students from the fire-ravaged town of Paradise are finally returning to class nearly a month after their town was destroyed by the Camp Fire.
4) Man who fired at deputies in Squaw Valley to appear in court

A Squaw Valley man, 53-year-old Lance Legrande, who shot at deputies is scheduled in court for arraignment this morning.

5) Fire hydrant in Central Fresno damaged after truck runs over it

Crews are repairing a Central Fresno fire hydrant after it was run over and sheared off by a semi-truck, sending water shooting up in the air.

FULL STORY: Smashed fire hydrant sprays water 10 feet into air in central Fresno
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