- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 8, 2017

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

1. CLIMATE

Gov. Jerry Brown announces plans to further California’s cooperation with the European Union and China on fighting climate change.

2. CAPITOL STABBINGS

Three counter-protesters changed in a 2016 melee outside the state Capitol are due back in Sacramento County Superior Court.

3. UBER

Ride-hailing service unveils artist’s impression of aircraft it hopes to use to fly paying passengers around cities by 2023.

4. BRUINS-CHINA

UCLA basketball coach Steve Alford says three players reportedly involved in shoplifting incident in China won’t play in game against Georgia Tech in Shanghai.

5. NEW BIRD

Seabird known as the brown booby is nesting for the first time in Channel Islands National Park, marking northward move of species.

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