- Associated Press - Friday, May 13, 2016

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

1. BROWN BUDGET DUE

Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to release his revised state budget Friday amid concerns about declining revenue and mounting pressure from some of his fellow Democrats to increase the flow of money to people struggling to get by.

2. PROCESSION TO HONOR FALLEN NAVY SEAL

The U.S. Navy SEALs are inviting people to line the streets in the military town of Coronado on Friday to honor the special warfare operator killed in Iraq.

3. BEES BUZZING ON ROOFTOPS AT 7 SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS

“This is not about making money, it’s really about raising awareness about sustainability,” says Melissa Farrar, spokeswoman at the Fairmont.

4. TRANSGENDER CATHOLIC SCHOOL TEACHER KEEPING JOB

A teacher who came out as a transgender man at a Catholic high school in San Francisco has been allowed to keep his job by the order of the nuns that runs the school.

5. BIG WHALES IN BIG NUMBERS INSIDE GOLDEN GATE

Migrating humpback whales have been swimming into San Francisco Bay in unprecedented numbers during the past two weeks - an onslaught that experts say could be caused by an unusual concentration of anchovies near shore.

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