- Associated Press - Monday, November 9, 2015

Your daily look at late-breaking California news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. ‘SHRIMP BOY’ TRIAL TO LAUNCH

A former San Francisco gang leader who presented himself as a reformed criminal was the focus of a lengthy organized crime investigation in Chinatown that ended up snaring a corrupt California senator and dozens of others. With opening statements in Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow’s case today, prosecutors finally will get their chance to convict him of racketeering, murder and money laundering charges.

2. IT’S BEARS EVERYWHERE IN DROUGHT-STRICKEN NATIONAL PARK

Tourists and animal lovers hoping to see a bear in Sequoia National Park this fall probably stand a better chance of spotting one in this tiny town at the park’s entrance. Three Rivers is literally crawling with hungry bears driven down from the mountains by drought in search of food to fatten up for winter.

3. NORTHERN CALIFORNIA STORM BRINGS COOL WETNESS ACROSS NORTH

A storm system moving across California is bringing cool, wet weather and snow in the Sierra Nevada mountains.

4. BONES FOUND IN REMOTE SAN DIEGO COUNTY

San Diego County authorities are investigating after hikers came upon human bones in a remote, mountainous area of eastern San Diego County.

5. HOLE IN ONE MEANS MASERATI FOR ORANGE COUNTY DUFFER

A Temecula man is zipping around in a new Maserati thanks to a hole-in-one at a charity golf tournament.

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