Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Wednesday 9.3.08

  • Mayor Villaraigosa unveiled his goals for the ten LAUSD schools that have moved under his guidance. LAT, DN
  • There were 84 homicides in Los Angeles from June through August, the lowest total since 1967. In 1991 there were 323 summer murders. LAT, DN
  • While Sarah Palin speaks tonight in St. Paul, Michelle Obama will be here at two fundraisers. DN wires
  • Downtown's Museum of Neon Art is featured in today's Wall Street Journal.
  • Two sheriff's patrol cars collided in Palmdale responding to hoax calls about deputies needing help. DN wires
  • The MTA's Westside transit alternatives includes two possible subway routes, along Wilshire and a portion of Santa Monica boulevards. Road Sage, DN
  • LAT editorial opposes the badges for City Hall lobbyists idea. Daily News favors. LAT, DN
  • The L.A. Times got another fact of Los Angeles geography wrong, misplacing Hollywood Dell. Corrections
  • Two Malibu men were charged with battery in those attacks on paparazzi taking photos of actor Matthew McConaughey. Breeze wires
  • The Dodgers suddenly are just 1½ games out of first place.
  • Movie trailer voice-over stalwart Don LaFontaine died at age 68. LAT, AP

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