A.M. News: Farmers, Robbers, Dodgers & More
The South Central Farmers get a one-up in the fight to get their farm back. "Judge Helen I. Bendix ruled that developer Ralph Horowitz could not exclude evidence about the deal he made with the city of Los Angeles in 2003... Had Bendix ruled in Horowitz's favor during Wednesday's pre-trial arguments, the farmers' case would have died before it was allowed to go to trial, said attorney Dan Stormer."
L.A. has the third-largest transit agency in the country. MTA has 73 miles of railway (that does not include Metrolink, which is run by a separate agency). So what happened after the attacks in India?
Masked robbers, beware.
She went from the Clinton/Gore team to senior vice president of communications for the Dodgers. Rock it Camille Johnston.
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