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Extra, Extra: Clash of the Frozen Yogurts and Mayor Tony's Deteriorating Press Relations
- Gee, I wonder what tipped them off: California transportation officials will immediately inspect 69 of the state's most vulnerable steel-deck bridges.
- And the frozen yogurt wars rage on...
- A man, believed to be a property caretaker, was fatally mauled by a dog on Ving Rhames' property.
- How desperate can you get? Fox News is offering Republicans $15 to attend an upcoming taping of the "Half Hour News Hour" - a right-wing (and shoddy) version of "The Daily Show."
- KTLA anchor Hal Fishman, who was placed in the hospital earlier this week after collapsing at his home, has been diagnosed with colon cancer.
- No love lost between Mayor Tony and the press: a Spanish-language reporter was shoved into a steel container by a Port of L.A. police offer during a press briefing this morning.
- Any 'LonelyGirl15' fans out there? The first season of the show just wrapped up today.
- The LAPD will deploy camera crews to follow its officers through major incidents to prevent the types of excesses that took place in the MacArthur Park fight.
- Oakland police offers raided a local bakery linked to a controversial black Muslim organization, seizing a cache of weapons and ammunition and detaining as many as 19 individuals.
- Eric Hainstock, a Wisconsin 16-year-old, was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole for gunning down his high school principal.