AM Headlines: Waters on Defense

A glance at this morning's headlines around LA

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    "I Have Not Violated Any Rules:" Rep. Maxine Waters addresses alleged ethics violations. [LA Times]

    Ultimatum From Disgraced Bell Official: The LA Weekly, citing officers, reports that Robert Rizzo -- the Bell city mananger who was paid a salary so offensive it can't be mentioned here -- pushed police to impound cars. [LA Weekly]

    Buss Joins the Hall:
    LA Lakers owner Jerry Buss will be inducted  into the Basketball Hall of Fame today. [KPCC]

    Getting by on Game Shows

    [LA] Getting by on Game Shows
    Some contestants aren't hoping to get rich. They're hoping to get by. (Published Friday, Aug 13, 2010)

    Woman Reunites With Officer Who Saved Her at Birth: Captain Paul Hernandez checks an item off his bucket list. [Full Story]

    From the Photographer's Point of View:
    Times photog Boris Yaro gives his account of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination in the Times' new photography blog. [Framework]

    Getting by on Game Shows:
    Some contestants aren't hoping to get rich. They're hoping to get by. [Video]

    Security Video Shows Security Guard Tackling Deaf Shopper: Video on YouTube of a security guard being tackled sparks outrage. [Full Story]

    Overturned Big Rig Delays Commute:
    The truck is on its side on the eastbound 60 Freeway, just west of Hacienda Boulevard. [Daily News]

    Saved by the Hair of an Officer's Face:
    Thanks to funds raised when officers grew out their mustaches, summer camp is on for a group of children. [Pasadena Star-News]

    Woman Reunites With Officer Who Saved Her at Birth

    [LA] Woman Reunites With Officer Who Saved Her at Birth
    The woman meets the officer who saved her 28 years ago. (Published Friday, Aug 13, 2010)