Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Wednesday 6.29.11

A brief roundup today.

  • UC fears new Brown budget will accelerate brain drain from the university. LAT
  • Building and Safety general manager Robert "Bud" Ovrom gave a few details, but not many, about the corruption probes into his department. DN, City Maven
  • Attacks on police officers in Los Angeles are up 40 percent this year, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday. DN
  • A U.S. District Court judge ordered three federal agencies to "take all necessary measures" to better protect 40 endangered species in four national forests in Southern California. LAT
  • The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and the New York Times won multiple Gerald Loeb Awards for financial reporting on Tuesday in New York. Reynolds
  • Jerry Sullivan, former publisher of the Garment and Citizen in Downtown, was named editor of the OC Business Journal. Off-Ramp

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