SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Talks between the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit and its two unions have yet to resume today as each side meets separately. A BART spokeswoman said BART's general manager plans to attend the talks for the second day in a row when they do pick up. The unions have threatened to go on strike if an agreement isn't reached by Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California's governor has vetoed a bill that would have allowed some sex abuse victims barred by the statute of limitations to file lawsuits against private institutions who employed their abuser. Gov. Jerry Brown says he vetoed the legislation because it unfairly expanded on a similar measure passed in 2002 amid the Catholic Church sex-abuse scandal. Critics say it doesn't permit accusers to sue public institutions.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles are closing after voters approved significant restrictions on pot shops. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer tells the Los Angeles Times that his office is in the process of shuttering 38 dispensaries that don't comply with a recently approved ballot measure. The law only allows 134 nonprofit dispensaries in the city.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A couple in Los Angeles turned the back seat of their SUV into a delivery room. The parents welcomed their new baby girl after pulling off a freeway around 1 a.m. while en route to the hospital. Firefighters then arrived and took the unidentified mother and newborn to a hospital.