Good morning. It’s Thursday, Jan. 5, and here’s what is happening in California:
The University of California unveiled a proposal Wednesday for the first tuition increase in six years, saying booming enrollment growth and reduced state support have left campuses scrambling to pay for more faculty, course offerings, classrooms and financial aid. A California resident student with an annual family income of $120,000 would receive an estimated additional $700 in financial aid — more than twice the amount needed to cover the proposed $336 hike. But many...