Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Tuesday 9.9.08

  • A judge rejected the government's plea deal that would let Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli pay $12 million and get probation instead of going to prison for lying to regulators. LAT
  • Ex-husband confesses in court to killing South Bay real estate agent Julia Keller. Video. Daily Breeze
  • Variety's Ted Johnson got back his video camera and posts footage of the protest that led to his arrest in St. Paul. Wilshire & Washington
  • Goats being used to clear brush near Angels Flight on Bunker Hill turned into a popular Downtown diversion. LAT
  • USC student sexually attacked near campus at 1:30 in the morning. Breeze wires
  • Men are stupid, especially those who try to blow up their own house with gas. L.A. Noir
  • 11% of King-Harbor workers investigated had arrest records. LAT

Plus: Tuesday morning headlines from Mark Lacter.


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