There were 24 arrests in Anaheim during last night's clashes between protesters and police over a rash of fatal police shootings. AP
Superior Court Judge John Segal criticized the Los Angeles Zoo for its care and housing of elephants and ordered changes, such as more exercise and a ban on bull hooks, but said the exhibit can remain open. LAT, DN
Perhaps only the Los Angeles City Council would pass both an ordinance making all medical marijuana dispensaries close and a separate order that may allow some older shops to reopen in the future. LAT, DN
Gov. Brown signed the bill by Assemblyman Felipe Fuentes that bans some future felons from holding public office, but it won't apply to Fuentes' rival, Councilman Richard Alarcon, should he be convicted in the case involving his legal address. LAT
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa appointed Steve Fazio, owner of Fazio Cleaners in Woodland Hills, to the fire commission. He replaces Jill Furillo.
Restraining orders that kept San Fernando's romantic city hall couple apart were dropped by a judge. If they choose, Maribel De La Torre and Mario Hernandez may exchange laptops again. Daily News
Former Vernon official Eric Fresch died by accident in a fall on Angel Island in the Bay Area, officials concluded. LAT
The buyers of Norman Chandler's former home lost a three-year battle over the condition of the place. LAT
From 10:40 a.m. to 11:20 the subject on KPCC's "Airtalk" is water, both the Cadiz project in the Mojave Desert and Gov. Brown's new plan for the Sacramento River and delta. David Lazarus guest hosts.
Research scholars are circulating an online petition protesting the Getty's new parking fees on them, saying they are "users fees" that pose a substantial expense. Change.org
J.C. Penney, a presence in the city of San Fernando for nearly a century, closes on Saturday. Daily News
The Mayme A. Clayton Library and Museum in Culver City is open for business. LAT
The Stanley Cup is back in town and will be at the Redondo Beach Cafe this morning for pictures at $10 a pop, for charity. Info
Jim McLain, a longtime reporter at the Ventura County Star who was mostly blind from glaucoma, died at age 70. VC Star