- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 29, 2016

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

1. APPLE ENCRYPTION

Abrupt end to fight between FBI and Apple over iPhone encryption leaves unanswered the effect on privacy in the future.

2. UC AUDIT

State Auditor will release a report on the University of California.

3. MINIMUM WAGE-CALIFORNIA

Economists say $15 an hour minimum wage could help some workers cope with cost of living but also deprive others of jobs altogether.

4. HOLLYWOOD-ARTS EDUCATION

With decimated arts curriculum, Los Angeles district trying to enlist Hollywood studios to “adopt” schools, provide students with equipment, mentorships and training.

5. COCAINE INTERCEPT

Alameda-based Coast Guard cutter Bertholf seizes more than 6 tons of cocaine from a semi-submersible vessel off Panama.

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