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AM news: football, budget, neighbors, guns

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2nd down? The Daily News reports that the NFL may bring not one but two football teams to LA. Both would play at the to-be-updated Coliseum.

money money: The LA Times does their review of Mayor Villaraigosa's budget (ours is here).

don't you be my neighbor: A 71-year-old Lawndale man makes racial slurs, sexist comments and aggravates animals according to his neighbors. Recently they awoke to condiment vandalism: their cars were covered with profanities written in ketchup and salad dressing. It wasn't him, says Robert Babb. We're glad they're taking their squabble to the Lawndale City Council; it's better than getting shot by the neighborhood crank.

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nice shot (oops): An attempted liquor store robbery was foiled in Hawthorne yesterday evening when the clerk shot and killed the robber, who was armed. One robber escaped. Unfortunately, a 15-year old girl who was shopping was wounded in the process.

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