It's going to be a spotty week for Morning Buzz and other posting. Here are some items I felt were worth mentioning tonight.
The suspect in the shooting of an LAPD officer in the Wilshire station is Daniel Yealu, a 29-year-old gun nut who had previously applied to join the department. LAT
Steve Lopez on Chief Charlie Beck choosing not to investigate the disabling of recorders in Southeast area LAPD cars. LAT
Former Department of Water and Power general manager Ron Nichols has landed at Southern California Edison as an executive overseeing regulatory affairs. DN
Hollywood producer and financier Ryan Kavanaugh held a fundraiser at Santa Monica Airport for sheriff candidate James Hellmold. NY Post
Mickey Rooney died broke, estranged from most of his nine children and separated from his wife. LAT
Blue Bottle Coffee has acquired two much-lauded L.A.-based coffee companies: Handsome Coffee Roasters the coffee roaster and cafe in the Arts District of Downtown L.A., and Tonx a roaster and coffee subscription service. LA Weekly
Feature on Ted Habte-Gabr's Live Talks Business Forums. Downtown News
On finding an old typewriter from Pittsburgh at an antique store in Pasadena. Robert Rector
The family of the late sportswriter Lonnie White is raising money for a memorial event. Website
"Drysdale Sutton and Koufax" is a song devoted to the Dodgers of 1966 (and to Vin Scully) available online.
LAT baseball writer Bill Shaikin:
Just got home and, out of habit, went to turn on the #Dodgers game. Oops.— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) April 9, 2014