Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Your daily look at late-breaking California news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. CALIFORNIA CITIES ON EDGE AFTER BOSTON BOMBING
There's a surge in security and police are monitoring landmarks, government buildings and sporting events.
2. WHAT WAS FOUND ON ASSAULTED BAY AREA TEEN
Audrie Pott's family attorney says her attackers wrote and drew on intimate parts of her body.
3. MAX FACTOR HEIR WHO GOT 124 YEARS TO BE RESENTENCED
Attorneys for Andrew Luster say they will ask a Ventura County judge to give him a sentence of 25 years or less in the rape case.
4. CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS ORDER ABUSE RECORDS MAY GO PUBLIC
A hearing begins the process of determining if — and in what form — the files kept by the Jesuits, Vincentians, Salesians and Dominicans will be released.
5. A SECOND COMING-OUT FOR BASKETBALL GREAT'S SON
Earvin Johnson III, Magic Johnson's 20-year-old son, said he revealed to his supportive family years ago that he was gay.