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AM news: there's a riot going on

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Rioting continued yesterday in the LA County jails in Castaic. The LA Times reports more than 500 inmates were involved, nearly 100 were injured and 28 had to be hospitalized.

In law enforcement news, 13-year-old Devin Brown had slowed the car he was driving to no more than 2mph when he was killed by the LAPD officer who claimed to fear for his life. The Police Commission seems to have used good judgement in the Devin Brown case. The same can't be said for their decision to withhold the names of officers involved in shootings, which is taking some heat; the City Council isn't pleased.

Ever think people in the Valley should take a turn to the left? Well we can't vouch for their politics, but traffic wise, left turns will be easier with the installation of left turn arrows at 160 intersections.

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The Pasadena Weekly profiles Frank Warren, the man behind the wildly successful Post Secret.

The LA Weekly has an off-season guide to same-sex weddings, even as its style council blog notes that QTV (for Queer television) has been shuttered.

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