AM Headlines: Fall of the Supergraphics

A glance at this morning's headlines around LA

Signs of Agreement: A appeals court sides with LA officials over supergraphics. LA Times

Fraud 101: It's not a lesson in fraud, but the number of cases that turned up in an LA County audit of public employees. KPCC

Boycotts are Stupid: At least, that's one county supervisor's view of his colleagues' plan to authorize a county boycott  of Arizona over the state's law cracking down on illegal immigration. Full Story

They're on the List: The United States' final 23-man World Cup roster includes some Southern Californians. Press-Enterprise

Pot Warehouse Raid: Sheriff's deputies raided a Commerce warehouse where  pot was being grown, but no arrests had been announced as of early Thursday.

Escape From Hollywood Police Substation: Los Angeles police closed several Hollywood streets  early today while they searched for a woman who escaped from custody at the  local substation. KNX 1070

You Know His Voice: Retired sportscaster Keith Jackson will receive an  honorary doctorate of humane letters from Whittier College Friday at its 107th  commencement ceremony.

Kingsley Gets a Star: Sir Ben Kingsley will receive the 2,410th star on the  Hollywood Walk of Fame today.

Sex Offender Removes Monitor: Authorities in Lancaster alert music stores to be on the lookout for the man. LA Times

Bryants, Housekeeper End Legal Standoff: The housekeeper filed a lawsuit. Then the Bryants counter-sued. LA Times

Testimony on Night-Time Water Drops: The head of the U.S. Forest Service testified Wednesday before a Senate committee that is looking at the ban on night-time wildfire water drops. Pasadena Star-News

False Arrest Lawsuit: The plaintiff claims an officer arrested him in order to have a relationship with his ex-wife. Pasadena Star-News

Not on Najarian's Watch: Glendale's mayor will try to block a proposal involving the 710 Freeway tunnel extension. Glendale News Press

Details in School Weapons Case: The Santa Monica Daily Press takes a closer look at an incident in which two high school students allegedly brought weapons to school. Daily Press

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