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Evacuation orders remain for more than 180K as officials monitor Lake Oroville: []  "There is still a lot of unknowns," Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said. "We need to continue to lower the lake levels and we need to give the Department of Water Resources time to fully evaluate the situation so we can make the decision to whether or not it is safe to repopulate the area."

Gov. Jerry Brown issued an emergency order Sunday night to "bolster the state's response" at the emergency spillway.

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