AM Headlines: McCourt Makes His Case

A glance at this morning's headlines around LA

T.I. Arrested in WeHo: Grammy-winning rapper T.I., who is still on probation after spending time behind bars on gun charges, and his wife were arrested on drug charges in West Hollywood. [Full Story]

Here's What Frank McCourt Does Know: Frank McCourt had trouble recalling some details involving his purchase of a professional baseball team, but he was certain of one thing: he's the sole owner. [LA Times]

Lopez on Bag Ban Failure: The LA Times columnist looks at the "army of lobbyists" involved in killing the ban bill. [LA Times]

Business Owner Shoots Suspected Burglar: Authorities say a suspected burglar has died after he was shot by the owner of a Lancaster business.

Backyard Bobcat:
A bobcat makes itself at home in a SoCal backyard. [Video]

Commission OKs Rose Bowl Renovations: The concept design for the renovation's first phase includes the press box, score board, landscaping, tunnels and remodeled bathrooms. [Pasadena Star-News]

Barney's Beanery Fire:
Crews douse flames at the Pasadena location, and it was back in business by Wednesday afternoon. [Pasadena Star-News]

"Novice" Breaks Speed Record: Rachel Keown, who works for Harley-Davidson in Glendale, broke the speed record for 1,000 cc motorbikes this week. [Glendale News-Press]


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