- Associated Press - Thursday, May 12, 2016

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

1. ‘GRIM SLEEPER’ PENALTY PHASE TO OPEN

If the “Grim Sleeper” took a break from murdering women in Los Angeles, it was shorter than originally believed, according to prosecutors seeking the death penalty against the serial killer. They plan in today’s penalty phase to begin outlining evidence of five additional slayings they say Lonnie Franklin Jr. committed.

2. STUDENT ATHLETES WILL GET TO KEEP SCHOLARSHIPS MORE EASILY

A policy that would nearly triple the number of University of California student-athletes guaranteed continued financial aid in the event of a career-ending sports injury received unanimous approval

3. LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM TO BECOME JUST A MEMORY

A closing ceremony will be held

4. MORE EMOJIS SHOWING WORKING WOMEN

Google wants professional women to be better represented in emoji form.

5. WARRIORS BOUND FOR WESTERN FINALS AGAIN

Klay Thompson had a bigger night than his “splash brother” Stephen Curry as the Golden State Warriors beat the Portland Trailblazers and are headed back to the Western Conference Finals.

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