- Associated Press - Monday, May 9, 2016

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

1. REDSTONE TRIAL RESUMES, FOR NOW

A trial on the mental competency of media mogul Sumner Redstone is scheduled to resume Monday with a judge considering whether the case should go forward. The judge said last week that after the first day of testimony that he will consider a motion to dismiss the proceedings on Monday morning.

1. LA TIMES OWNER TRIES TO FEND OFF TAKEOVER BY USA TODAY OWNER

In an attempt to fend off a takeover by USA Today owner Gannett, Los Angeles Times owner Tribune Publishing says it adopted a one-year shareholder rights plan. Known as a “poison pill,” these types of plans are used to fight off hostile takeovers.

1. MUSLIM GIRL MISIDENTIFIED AS ‘ISIS’

A Muslim high school student says she’s saddened and hurt after being identified in her California high school’s yearbook as “Isis Phillips.”

1. PLANE ON ROOF BRINGS JUST ONE INJURY

A small plane crashed on the roof of a building in Southern California Sunday afternoon, sending one person to the hospital.

1. COLD CASE CRACKED WITH NEW TECH

Plumas County investigators say new technology and old evidence has helped them reopen a 1981 quadruple murder case.

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