Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Tuesday 9.30.08

  • The Daily News' decision to publish the names and salaries of individual LAUSD teachers is under fire and defended by editor Carolina Garcia. Witness LA, UTLA, DN, plus reaction story
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy Robert McClain was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after he "allegedly beat, stabbed and may have tried to castrate a young man whom he suspected of having an affair with his wife." She was also assaulted. LAT
  • Identical twin 23-year-old brothers died in a car crash in the Beachwood Canyon neighborhood where they grew up. LAT
  • The Clippers have moved in to their new training facility on Centinela Avenue in the Playa Vista development. Breeze
  • Gov. Schwarzenegger vetoed the no dog in your lap while driving law. LAT
  • Inglewood Mayor Roosevelt Dorn was ordered to stand trial on three felony charges and one misdemeanor count involving a low- interest loan he is accused of improperly obtaining through the city in 2004. Breeze wires
  • Metrolink engineer Robert Sanchez's family talks about the media crush and his reaction to a pedestrian committing suicide on July 23 by stepping in front of his train. LAT
  • The New York Sun published its final edition after six years. Romenesko
  • Nearly 1,000 fans at Saturday's UCLA football game at the Rose Bowl asked for sunscreen, aspirin or some kind of medical attention. It was hot. LAT

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