What went wrong at Camp Pendleton? Officials aren’t saying much about an accident that killed four Marines yesterday. They were doing a routine sweep to make a range safe for future training exercises. There was apparently no live firing on the range at the time. The base says the cause of the accident is under investigation, and that more information will be released as it becomes available…California appears to be a rare bright spot in the effort to get people signed up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The state’s new healthcare insurance exchange released its first enrollment numbers. About 59,000 Californians have signed up for individual health plans under the Affordable Care Act. That’s about a third of the nationwide total. Another 72,000 people here have established eligibility for expanded Medi-Cal coverage…A murder investigation is underway in Silver Lake, where the father of Democratic Assemblyman Mike Gatto was shot and killed during what appears to have been a home invasion robbery. The body of 78-year-old Joseph Gatto was found last night. Mike Gatto was first elected to represent L-A’s 43rd District in the state Assembly in 2010. He heads up the Assembly’s Appropriations Committee…Are fast food jobs costing California taxpayers money? That question was at the center of a joint hearing by the state Assembly and Senate Employment and Labor Committees. The hearing focused on the findings of a recent study from the U.C. Berkeley Labor Center that found more than half of fast food employees work full time, but still need public assistance. The report put the price tag on that public aid at more than $700 million a year…And finally, Clayton Kershaw was at his worst during the Dodgers biggest game of the season – but he was awfully good most of the time. Kershaw has won his second Cy Young Award as the National League’s best pitcher. Sandy Koufax is the only other Dodger pitcher to win more than one (he won three). Kershaw took the loss during the Dodger’s season-ending defeat to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series. But his 1.83 ERA was the lowest in the big leagues in a dozen years.