Margie Carranza and Emma Hernandez, the news carriers injured when their truck was pumped full of bullets by jittery LAPD officers during the hunt for Christopher Dorner, have yet to receive the new truck promised by Chief Charlie Beck. LAT
A Los Angeles building department engineer suspected of taking as much as $60,000 while giving bogus approvals to new construction projects across South Los Angeles has lost his job, lawyers for the city said Monday. LAT
The city’s 95 neighborhood councils are being asked to weigh in on a proposal to either cancel their elections next year or pay up to 20 percent of their annual $37,500 budget to cover the costs. DN
Kevin James said on KRLA that he has met with both Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel but hasn't decided whether to endorse, saying his supports aren't enamored of either runoff candidate. DN
The county Democratic Party didn't endorse in the mayoral primary, but it will take another try tonight at the UTLA auditorium on Wilshire. Candidates have to get 60 percent of the delegates voting to receive the endorsement.
Former state Democratic chair Art Torres and SEIU's United Service Workers, representing janitors, security officers and other workers, endorsed Eric Garcetti.
Bishops Charles E. Blake and Noel Jones endorsed Wendy Greuel.
Mayor Villaraigosa is in Washington today, with a breakfast hosted by the LA Chamber of Commerce, a meeting with Transportation Secretary Raymond LaHood and an evening reception hosted by Cerrell and Associates on the public schedule.
Four men have been arrested for the Jan. 27 stunt where up to 250 motorcyclists shut down part of the eastbound 10 Freeway in West Covina so one of them could propose to his girlfriend. DN
The Register's owner Aaron Kushner doesn't believe in the old newspaper value of afflicting the comfortable. “I do reject that. I don’t believe that’s the role of newspapers.” Romenesko
New demographic projections released Tuesday by USC say that by the end of this year, a majority of Los Angeles County residents will be California natives – for the first time in recorded history. And by 2030, nearly two-thirds of young adults will have been born and raised in the state. “It’s an extraordinary moment in Los Angeles history – everything we know about L.A. will change,” said Dowell Myers, a professor of policy, planning and demography with the USC Price School of Public Policy and director of the Population Dynamics Research Group. USC
The Better Business Bureau chapter in Los Angeles was expelled Tuesday from the national organization over pay to play allegations. LAT
The LA Times uses a computer algorithm to generate some of its earthquake news stories. Fishbowl LA
More than 1 million people have visited the California Science Center since space shuttle Endeavour made its debut just over four months ago, far surpassing officials' expectations for the Exposition Park museum. LAT
Converted Angeleno Deanne Stillman has "always felt a yearning for the other coast, torn between two lovers (though for a long time have cheated on both with New Mexico and Arizona)." The Rumpus
TV columnist Lisa de Moraes is quitting the Washington Post when the television season ends in May to be with her husband in Los Angeles. Romenesko
The Pasadena Star-News is opening LANG's first public lounge and cafe for readers today. Star-News
Couple Ruben and Janet Nepales cover the same Hollywood beat for competing newspapers in the Philippines. Downtown News
The Dodgers 2013 regular season broadcast schedule includes nearly all 162 games televised on Prime Ticket or KCAL 9, with radio games on AM 570 Fox Sports Los Angeles and in Spanish on Univision Radio’s KTNQ 1020.
“Connected With…Dwight Howard,” an interview with the Laker by Kevin Frazier, premieres tonight at 8 p.m. on Time Warner Cable SportsNet.
Project Fatherhood helps men in the Jordan Downs housing project to teach each other, and themselves, how to be fathers. Witness LA
Caine Monroy, the child who created the adult sensation Caine's Arcade on the Eastside, will speak Saturday at TEDxTeen 2013, hosted by Chelsea Clinton in New York City.
Jesus Cardenas, a Mexican migrant worker who built the Cardenas Markets supermarket chain in Southern California, has died of cancer at 73. AP