- Associated Press - Monday, April 6, 2015

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

1. STORMY WEATHER

Meteorologists: Unusually cold spring storm to bring “significant snow” to northern mountains, Sierra Nevada.

2. DROUGHT

Gov. Jerry Brown defends water restrictions sparing farmers, saying they grow America’s produce, don’t use it frivolously on lawns and long showers.

3. PARDONS

Governor grants pardons to 83 people who have been out of state prison for at least 10 years and are leading productive lives.

4. INVASIVE SPECIES

Volunteers removing thousands of non-native crawfish from Santa Monica Mountains creeks to allow steelhead to return to spawn.

5. SAN DIEGO SEA LION

Man posing for photo with newly caught fish pulled off boat in Mission Bay by sea lion trying to snatch a meal.

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