- Associated Press - Monday, October 31, 2016

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

1. WHAT CALIFORNIA WATER AGENCIES ARE LEFT TO PONDER

After spending $350 million to pay property owners to rip out water-slurping lawns, authorities are wondering if the drought-relieving experiment was worth it.

2. PROSECUTORS SEEK TO SHOW COSBY ENGAGED IN ‘CRIME SPREE’

Did Bill Cosby drug and molest young women as part of a “signature” crime spree spanning five decades? Prosecutors preparing for his sexual-assault trial hope to call 13 of about 60 accusers to show just that.

3. RELATIVES OF DEAD SAY AWARD-WINNING CEMETERY IS NO PRIZE

A California cemetery honored last year for conserving water has come under fire from people who say its dried-up grass is disrespectful to their loved ones buried there.

4. TRACKING APP USED TO NAB CALIFORNIA MAN IN WASHINGTON

Authorities say a California man who left a bag filled with $10,000 in cash inside a grocery store shopping cart used a tracking app on his phone to find the alleged thief.

5. DUFF BOYFRIEND COSTUME BRINGS BACKLASH

Hilary Duff is apologizing for dressing up as a pilgrim for a Halloween party while her boyfriend put on a headdress and face paint to go as an American Indian.

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