- Associated Press - Thursday, October 1, 2015

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

1. DROUGHT

Statewide water conservation figures for August are expected to show mandate has been met for third consecutive month.

2. TEACHERS LAWSUIT

Judge tosses suit claiming teachers are unfairly penalized or deprived of free-speech rights if they don’t support union political activities.

3. SERIAL KILLER EXECUTION

Attorneys try to stop execution of man who was on California death row before being convicted of two murders in Virginia.

4. WINE TRAIN FLAP

Lawyer says he’s bringing a racial discrimination lawsuit on behalf of a mostly black women’s book club ordered off Napa Valley train.

5. E-CIGARETTE EXPLOSION

Riverside County jury awards $1.9 million to woman burned by explosion when she plugged in electronic cigarette charger.

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