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Extra, Extra - Streets of Fire

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- Dodgers donate $100k to help rebuild Griffith Park - MLB

- LA Voice suggests that if there wasn't so much nature in the park, there would have been less of a chance of a fire - LA Voice

- Three Glendale schools were locked down this afternoon under fear that a kid had a gun. It turned out to be a pellet gun - CBS2

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- Paris Hilton ate corn with me - city rag

- Natural gas leads to a natural underground underground occurrence that turned the streets of Hollywood aflame with flames - CBS2

- From gang leader, to rehabilitated, to owner of a masters from USC, to getting popped with a pound of meth, to put in prison for a few years, to deported to Mexico - Daily News

- Star Wars Day in exactly two weeks. Start not having sex uhhhhhhhhh now! - Star

- 100 Delta flights now leave LAX each day - Airwise

- Jamie Pressly is now officially a milf - Evil Beet

- Chicago chimes in to our May Day Melee with "Rubber Bullets Replace Hoses and Dogs" - Chicago Defender

- Allstate says they will no longer offer new homeowners insurance to Californians, and wants to raise the rates to its current 900,000 CA customers by 12% - LA Times

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