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Extra, Extra - The Hills of Los Angeles Are Burrrnnnin
- With all the hoopla, you'd think that more than just 200 acres of the 4,212-acre Griffith Park had gone up in flames, but no, 200 is the number in the Griffith Park fire... and zero deaths. Then who's the winner? CBS2, because that's who Drudge is linking to on his banner headline - CBS2
- More pics of the fire on Defamer, blogging.la, and of course flickr
- La Habra man decapitates woman, then tries to do it to himself - LA Times
- Paris's petition to get the Governator to pardon her has reached his office - TMZ
- Judge in hundreds of LA Roman Catholic Archdiocese cases is being asked by a lawyer to recuse himself and his judgments in the past voided because he's allegedly biased - AP
- People are actually "googling" possible baby name combinations to see how they rank on Google so that their little angels will remain unique - WSJ
- LA journalist could be involved in the first big case against YouGoog for copyright violation - ZDNet
- It was 104 degrees in Costa Mesa yesterday, a new record Global Warming deniers - OC Register
- RIP, Martini Republic
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