Brown back at work appointing Democrats, no charges against ex-EAA chief, where Maria Shriver might be living and more.
Gov. Jerry Brown returned to the Capitol Wednesday for the first time since undergoing a procedure April 29 to remove skin cancer from his nose. Capitol Alert
Brown's appointments so far have been more partisan than Schwarzenegger's. Bee
The San Diego DA has sued to overturn the sentence reduction given to Esteban Nunez by then-Gov. Schwarzenegger. LAT
Mayor Villaraigosa's office staff is bigger than he says, and City Hall doesn't make it easy to find out where the money comes from — or goes. LA Weekly
DA Steve Cooley has declined to file criminal charges against Josif Kahraman, former executive director of the Engineers and Architects Assn., who was accused by his ex-bosses of stealing a laptop computer. LAT
Councilman Richard Alarcon and Stanley Stalford, the guy who wants the public to own the Dodgers, will guest on Off The Presses at 11 a.m. OTP
The City of Montebello hired Larry J. Kosmont as its city manager.
Yesterday: City Controller's fixation with cell phone use. Mark Lacter/LABO
Unconfirmed real estate gossip has Maria Shriver renting in Malibu and close to closing a deal to buy on Carmelina Avenue in Brentwood, near Arianna Huffington's home. Real Estalker
Variety's Cannes coverage is outside the pay wall. Fishbowl LA
Inside the revamping of the New York Times' Week in Review section. Huffington Post
The New York Times wedding page will add self-made videos of wedding announcements. BeetTV
Former ESPN sports personality Jay Mariotti pleaded not guilty to three felonies -– stalking, domestic violence and assault -– that were filed after he allegedly confronted his ex-girlfriend the same day a court ordered him to stay away from her. LAT
Two suspects were arrested in a string of Wilshire and Mid-City area robberies where shotguns were used, and the LAPD is looking for a link to the murder of MTV music coordinatyor Gabriel Aron Ben-Meir. LAT
Murray Burns, the “Mayor of Angelino Heights," will be profiled on "The Madeleine Brand Show" on KPCC at 9:25 a.m.
Dick Walsh, the original VP of operations at Dodger Stadium and later general manager of the Angels and the L.A. Convention Center, died at age 85. AP