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5 California Things to Know for Today

January 24, 2018

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

1. UC TUITION

University of California regents consider plan to raise tuition for the second consecutive year.

2. SHACKLED CHILDREN

Authorities to seek court order to bar David and Louise Turpin from trying to contact their 13 children.

3. HOMELESS

Nearly 8,000 volunteers are fanning out as part of a three-night effort to count homeless people in most of Los Angeles County.

4. JOURNALISM AWARDS

Freelance journalists from San Francisco, Arizona win inaugural $100,000 American Mosaic Journalism Prizes created by Heising-Simons Foundation, a family-run charity in Silicon Valley.

5. SAN FRANCISCO MAYOR

Board of Supervisors member Mark Farrell to serve as interim mayor until a new mayor is chosen in a June election.

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