- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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

1. WHARF FIRE

Big blaze in pre-World War II, creosote-soaked wharf in Port of Los Angeles still smoldering; two schools closed as precaution.

2. WILDFIRE

Red Flag warnings posted due to high winds, low humidity as giant King Fire burns in South Fork of the American River Canyon.

3. DROUGHT

Two-thirds of Southern California’s Metropolitan Water District storage used in three years; cutbacks could come if there’s no plentiful rain and snow.

4. CLIMATE CHANGE

Gov. Jerry Brown joining world leaders at UN Climate Summit to discuss California’s attempts to slow climate change.

5. SPACE DELIVERY

Cargo spacecraft launched by California-based SpaceX delivers 5,000 pounds of supplies to International Space Station.


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