Country moving to AM 1260
Saul Levine's KKGO starts imitating the old KZLA on Friday. Steve Hochman explains in the Times. LAT
Dunleavy staying awhile
Clippers coach Mike Dunleavy gets a four-year, $21-million deal. To coach. LAT
Three years after their son was shot down, James Dawson's wife popped the question he knew was coming: "What do you think about moving to Lancaster?" The NYT's Randal Archibold checks in on black L.A's great migration out of Watts.
AFTER THE JUMP: Calling for the head of the fire chief, latest battle of LAX, next-day obits on Bebe Moore Campbell and much more — after you click to go on inside.
Sights aimed at fire chief
The Times says that Controller Laura Chick and City Councilman Jack Weiss called Monday for the removal of LAFD chief William Bamattre. The Daily News says that Chick stopped short, makes no mention of Weiss [ Oops, yes it does] but that union chief Pat McOsker did call for the chief's firing (the Times agrees on McOsker.) Bamattre says he intends to retire in 2008 after fixing problems with pranks and the department's culture: "I've heard a lot of people calling for my head. There is no other person who can come in and implement these changes better than I." The Times also says a transcript shows the City Council was told about Tennie Pierce's past as a prankster before voting to give him $2.7 million. LAT, DN
Battle of the north runways
LAX says the two runways closest to Westchester need to be moved further apart and closer to the community. Rep. Jane Harman and Councilman Bill Rosendahl disagree. LAT, DN, Breeze
Bonnie Reiss latest to leave Schwarzenegger
The governor's closest adviser and friend in the Administration is heading home to Malibu.
Promoting David Hernandez
The Daily News likes to report as news every small move made by perennial Valley political activist David Hernandez, and in an editorial today urges readers to send him money for his fight against Proposition R.
Councilman Jack Weiss and Ted Wu, founder of L.A.ís Citizens to Ban Billboards and Blight, guest on KPCC's "Airtalk with Larry Mantle."
Tribune says no to individual deals
A Baltimore investor seeking to buy the Sun is told that Tribune wouldn't entertain an offer for the newspaper.
Bebe Moore Campbell
Guest host for Patt
Luis Torres sits in for Patt Morrison on KPCC again today.
Michael Brand on negotiating with Italy
The director of the Getty makes his case on the LAT op-ed page.
Cardinal visits home
Cardinal William Levada, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in Rome, conducted a blessing ceremony at his alma mater, St. Anthony High School in Long Beach.