Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Wednesday 10.29.08

  • The L.A. Times issued a statement saying it cannot release a video tape in which Barack Obama talks about his friendship with Rashid Khalidi because it was provided under the condition it not be released. The paper reported on the video in April. LAT
  • Add George Deukmejian, who won the 1982 race for governor, to the list of those who say there was no Bradley Effect. Press-Telegram
  • The City Council will vote today on the funds to hire 16 more DNA analysts and support staff to reduce the LAPD's embarrassing backlog of rape evidence kits. LAT, DN
  • What of the City Council's DOA luxury tax? Opinion L.A.
  • Marlene Canter will not seek another term on the L.A. school board. LAT
  • Traffic signal synchronization comes to Reseda and Northridge. DN
  • Time announces plans to scale back several magazines and reduce the staff by 6%. NYT
  • Why Radar magazine folded, again. NYO
  • Tony Hillerman appreciation by Samantha Dunn. LAT
  • The Angels declined the option to keep Garret Anderson, the team's longest-serving player. LAT

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