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Extra, Extra: Push It Real Good
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- As events unfolded today in the stories about the body found at Point Fermin, the shooting in Exposition Park, and the stabbing in a Hollywood nightclub, LAist is on task: Check out the posts for updates!
- 54-year-old parolee Gregory Hampton was found guilty today for the stomping death of a 49-year-old woman on Skid Row. He will be sentenced late next month.
- Got something to say about the state of transit in your neck of the woods? Metro's long-range transportation meetings have begun, and MetroRiderLA is on the beat.
- Will Dennis Quaid file suit against Cedars-Sinai following the administration of an overdose of a blood thinner to his newborn twin babies? LA Now follows up on the actor's activism about the near-fatal incident.
- Quotable made-up blog item of the week: "I am going to terminate (he, he, he) almost 100,000 jobs for silly teacher people and administrators" says the faux Governator on NewsGroper.
- Does the one-time Manson family ranch in Death Valley hold secrets...secrets such as dead bodies? We don't know yet: "Inyo County sheriff officials said Friday that they want more testing done before they decide whether to dig in search of bodies."
- Go speed racers! Long Beach is getting ready for their annual Grand Prix. This year, driver-less cars and robots will be in the mix. The 34th annual event will take place the weekend of April 18-20.
- Anchors Away: Hundreds of sailors are departing today and tomorrow from Corona del Mar for an 800-mile sailing race to Cabo San Lucas.
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