AM Headlines: Party at the Mayor's

A glance at this morning's headlines around LA

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    TK

    Baca Says Inmate Releases "Inevitable:" The Los Angeles County sheriff says it's "inevitable" that nonviolent county jail inmates will be released early if budget woes continue. The Signal

    Party at the Mayor's: Among this week's Oscar parties, an event at the mayor's official residence. LA Weekly reports on some possible crashers. LA Weekly

    Mulholland Repairs Begin: Weeks after closing because of storm damage, a section of Mulholland is about to be repaired. A 35-foot wide, 10-foot deep hole developed between Skyline and Bowmont drives during a Feb. 7 storm.

    No Lawn, No Charges: Orange officials decided to drop charges against a man who removed his lawn to save water and money. OC Register

    Rose Bowl Cleanup:
    Stadium cleanup crews have some work to do today, less  than 12 hours after a sellout crowd of more than 90,000 filled the Rose Bowl  for an exhibition soccer match featuring the Mexican national team. Pasadena Star-News

    Man Accused of Stalking Dr. Drew, Family: Dr. Drew says the man threatened to kill his children. Full Story

    Supergraphics Battle Reaches New Heights: The LA city attorney issues more arrest warrants just days after arresting a businessman accused of draping an illegal supergraphic on a Hollywood building. LA Times

    Thousands to Protest Education Cuts: Expect rallies in California and across the country Thursday. LA Times

    Gun Industry Watches Chicago Case:
    The Sun has a look at how the Supreme Court case involving Chicago's ban on handguns might affect California. The Sun