Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Tuesday 10.7.08

  • Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Latinos and African Americans must "face up to" existing racial strains over jobs, language differences and violent crime. LAT
  • Jobless father kills family of six, including himself, in Porter Ranch gated community. DN
  • Four ex-Los Angeles World Airports officials — including former executive director Kim Day and ex-commissioner Ted Stein — are seeking reimbursement from the city for legal fees in the Leland Wong corruption case. Daily Breeze
  • Zambian exchange student Racheal Mofya, injured in the Chatsworth Metrolink crash, remains unconscious in intensive care at County-USC with a fractured skull, broken ankle, dislocated hip, third-degree burns and lacerations. LAT
  • The viral outbreak at USC may have peaked after sickening 275 students. LAT
    Also: UCLA warns students. UCLA Newsroom
  • Woman charged with stalking Laker Luke Walton. Breeze
  • Paul Haney, recently deputy executive director of Los Angeles World Airports, moves to Englander & Associates as partner.
  • Oliver Stone talks about "W" with Patt Morrison on KPCC at 1:40 pm. Then Nate Silver, founder of the politics site, guests at 2 pm.
    Also: Variety's Ted Johnson screens "W." Wilshire & Washington

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