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- The victim in the dumpling fracas that led to the resignation of San Gabriel's mayor cannot be found. And that's why charges have yet to be pressed.
- The wife of a man auditioning for "America's Got Talent" was found dead at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown.
- Yes, cargo ships have "streets" of sort -- shipping lanes -- and Yo! Venice! talks about a website that tracks them live.
- West Hollywood, the musical? Yes.
- City of Bell scandal news bite of the day: former City Administrator Robert Rizzo has lost his Hollywood Park horse owner's license because he didn't show up to a hearing.
- "60 Minutes" last night reported that one out of every five Californians are unemployed.
- Know the Historic Filipinotown intersection of Temple and Alvarado? It might be soon recognized as Remy Square in honor of a local Filipino American activist.
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