Here are the stories and photos planned by AP's bureaus in California today and during the upcoming week. The California News Digest will move at 1 p.m. and an Add at 4 p.m. All times are Pacific. Editors will be advised if a story listed here will not move. AP stories, along with the photos that accompany them, can also be obtained from http://www.apexchange.com.
SAN FRANCISCO — While the Fall Classic between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers will be decided on the field, beer-obsessed fans will also be arguing about which team's stadium offers a better suds selection.
OAKLAND, Calif. — This city that became the national epicenter for the Occupy movement is bracing for a rally and march on the first anniversary of the removal of protesters from a plaza in front of City Hall — a move that sparked violent protests. Organizers have vowed to retake the plaza.
SALINAS, Calif. — The Monterey County district attorney's office is expected to announce whether it has decided to file criminal charges in connection with a public hospital district's financial dealings. A state audit found that the Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare regularly did business with firms in which its chief executive and board members held financial interests.
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple Inc., the maker of the iPhone and iPad, reports quarterly financial results after the market closes
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Good-government groups and policy advocates are calling for reform of a state Assembly rule that lets lawmakers amend their votes once a bill has passed or failed. They say the change is needed to regain public trust in the Legislature. An Associated Press analysis found that lawmakers in the Assembly changed their votes more than 5,000 times during this year's legislative session.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The brutal slaying of a young woman and her two toddlers by her 19-year-old brother-in-law has put the spotlight on the large Russian immigrant community in the Sacramento region. Often, the publicity has been less than favorable for the deeply Christian community of roughly 100,000. AP Photos.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The federal courts have begun handing responsibility for inmate health care back to California corrections officials, the first step in ending a seven-year-old receivership that has cost the state billions of dollars to improve prison medical conditions.
DOWNEY, Calif. — Police seek a gunman who killed three people and wounded two others in an unexplained shooting spree that targeted a family-owned business and a related home in a nearby neighborhood.
LOS ANGELES — Southern California is facing its first significant Santa Ana wind event of the season. Forecasters say the northeast winds could sweep mountains and valleys with gusts up to 65 mph and red flag warnings of extreme fire danger are in effect through Saturday afternoon.
IRVINE, Calif. — The California Public Utilities Commission plans to vote on whether to open a financial probe into rising costs tied to the damaged San Onofre nuclear power plant. Developing from 9 a.m. meeting.
LOS ANGELES — Four years after a private eye went to prison for wiretapping phones of the rich and famous on behalf of celebrities and Hollywood heavyweights, his clients are facing hefty bills for his skullduggery. In the first of more than a dozen lawsuits against Anthony Pellicano's well-heeled clients, a jury last week ruled against the ex-wife of a billionaire philanthropist, awarding $4 million to his three adult children and former personal assistant after she violated their privacy.