- Associated Press - Friday, November 13, 2015

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

1. COLLEGE DEAN RESIGNS OVER RACIAL CONCERNS

The dean of students at a California’s small-but-elite Claremont McKenna College resigned after protests linked to racial concerns on campus.

2. PROPOSED PUBLIC HOUSING SMOKING BAN CAUSES CONCERN

Some who live in public housing in Los Angeles say the proposed nationwide smoking ban in such housing will be unenforceable and it’s unfair to prohibit people from smoking in their own homes.

3. TICKETLESS TRAFFIC STOP FOR DRIVERLESS CAR

A California police officer made a traffic stop, but wrote no ticket. There was no driver to give it to anyway. Mountain View police said in a statement that an officer pulled over a Google self-driving car that was being tested on local roads.

4. TOXIC ALGAE PUSHES BACK CRAB SEASON

California has delayed the Nov. 15 start of its commercial crab season after finding dangerous levels of a toxin in crabs.

5. ‘NCIS’ ACTRESS ATTACKED IN HOLLYWOOD

Authorities say a homeless man attacked “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette in front of her Hollywood home, punching her several times in the face.

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