- Associated Press - Friday, December 2, 2016

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

1. SAN BERNARDINO ATTACK

Moment of silence just before 11 a.m. will mark first anniversary of terror attack that killed 14 people.

2. STATE EMPLOYEES

Judge to hear arguments on whether the state can prohibit its largest public-employee union from participating in a one-day strike.

3. WINDS

Strong Santa Ana winds to raise fire danger in Southern California; high wind warnings issued for much of the Sierra Nevada.

4. HEROIN

CHP discovers more than 200 pounds of heroin worth about $11 million in semi in Southern California high desert.

5. SKID ROW SHOOTING

Los Angeles police officers found to have acted in self-defense in fatal shooting of black homeless man on Skid Row last year.

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