Morning Sixpack: A News Roundup
- Super Lab or Super Gaffe? Sheriff's Department descriptions of a meth lab raided at a property owned by the mayor of Bell have been contradicted by a hazmat team. L.A. Times
- Michael Jackson Autopsy Planned L.A. coroner's authorities will perform an autopsy today on singer Michael Jackson, who died Thursday, though complete results may not be known for weeks. Associated Press
- Torture Memo Writer Protested Protesters demonstrated outside the Ninth District Court of Appeals in Pasadena, targeting Judge Jay Bybee. Bybee has recently been revealed to have been a Bush White House counsel who authored memos justifying torture of suspected terrorists. Pasadena Star-News
FBI Probes Inglewood Cop Shooting Federal agents have joined the L.A. District Attorney's office in investigating the fatal officer-involved shooting of a birthday party member last month -- the latest in a series of high-profile shootings involving Inglewood's police. Associated Press
- C-17 Paydays to Continue Production of the C-17 transport plane, once targeted for Defense Department cutting, will continue through 2011. Boeing employs 5,000 workers on the C-17's production line Long Beach. Long Beach Press-Telegram
- Bikers Move Celebration The Rare Breed Motorcycle Club will celebrate its 20th anniversary at its clubhouse Saturday. That's in an unincorporated area outside Carson and not in San Pedro -- whose residents last year complained of noise and trash associated with the club's annual party. Daily Breeze.
Get the This Week's Top Stories Newsletter
Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts stories — along with film and food reviews and the best things to do this week — so that you'll never miss LA Weekly's biggest stories.