Bunch of morning news after the jump.
Owner of Numero Uno markets indicted
George Torres, also one of South Los Angeles’ largest property owners, is linked to murder and racketeering in a complex case that also snagged two former city planning commissioners, Steve Carmona and George Luk. There's also a connection to Horacio “Carlos” Vignali, a name familiar in city politics. LA Weekly, LAT, sidebar
Paris sent back to Lynwood jail
Her medical condition has "stabilized." AP
Hilton to serve more time than 80% of similar convicts
The Times did a computer study of 1,500 cases since 2002 of drunk drivers who later were jailed for violating probation or driving on a suspended license. The average sentence was 14 days and actual time served four days. Under Sheriff Baca's early release police for overcrowding, most nonviolent female offenders sentenced to less than 90 days are released immediately. LAT
Cooley and Delgadillo squabbling
The DA says the City Attorney is filing misdemeanor charges before more serious felonies are considered. Times plays it as an advance skirmish in the upcoming battle for Cooley's seat. LAT
Spielberg endorses Clinton
Hollywood watches even if no one else cares. Variety
Najee Ali prays for Paris Hilton
Q-and-A in City Beat with the activist.
Riding around L.A.
Blogger Showbiz David observes from the buses.
Don't take his pictures
Photographer Gary Leonard's downtown gallery is open to the public now on Sundays from noon to 7 pm, by appointment, and is part of the regular Downtown Art Walk. He's at 740 S. Olive.
LA Observed contributor interviewed
David Rensin featured at Mediabistro.