Couple of facts corrected below
Rodney King was haunted by memories, daunted by pain. Kurt Streeter/LA Times
On June 17, 1994, O.J. Simpson fled arrest on suspicion of murder in his friend's white Ford Bronco and, after a slow-speed chase on the 405, surrendered at his home in Brentwood.
Campaign to defeat Jerry Brown's tax measure gears up. Bee
Many medical marijuana dispensaries have been making huge sums of money even as they claim to be nonprofit, according to court and law enforcement records, industry insiders, police and federal agents. LAT
A "gentle ban" on medical marijuana clinics to be considered by the Los Angeles City Council this week could result in the closure of hundreds of dispensaries that the city has been struggling to control for years. DN
The race for second place in the Valley's 46th assembly district remains a squeaker with a Republican chemistry teacher who spent just $2,000 on his campaign, Jay Stern, holding a 46-vote lead over a Democrat who spent at least $375,000, Brian Johnson. DN [Updated vote count.]
Sherman Oaks synagogue expansion still divides the community in Chandler Estates. LAT
Members of the Los Angeles County Young Democrats who answered a poll favored Zev Yaroslavsky over any of the declared 2013 candidates for mayor. [Fix: I'm told the poll was of voters, commissioned by the Young Dems.] Rick Orlov/DN
Plus: A sit-down with candidate Kevin James. Downtown News
Primary loss leaves Carmen Trutanich vulnerable to a reelection challenge. DN
Former UTLA president A.J. Duffy misses being at the center of things, says Jim Newton. LAT oped
Simon and Schuster has donated 400 copies of "All the President's Men" so that everyone at Sunday's LA Press Club awards will receive a copy. Each table will also get a Warner Home Video Blu Ray edition of the film starring Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman. Woodward and Bernstein are the featured guests.
Two LAPD officers were bitten by a dog whele chasing a car thief suspect in Pacoima. DN
Every LA transit rider is an LA pedestrian. Urban Times
Richard Schoenfeld, the youngest of the 1976 Chowchilla school bus kidnappers, will be released soon on parole. LAT
Jerry Rubin invites fans to celebrate Paul McCartney's 70th birthday this evening at his star outside the Capitol Records building in Hollywood.