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Morning Sixpack: A News Roundup


  • Phil Spector Found Guilty Famed music producer Phil Spector was convicted of second-degree murder in the 2003 death of sometime actress Lana Clarkson. He faces a prison sentence of 18 years to life. L.A. Daily

  • Urban League The L.A. Dodgers' opening home game was marked by a parking-lot stabbing and vandalism. L.A. Times

  • Death of a Porn Star Marilyn Chambers, who starred in such 1970s hardcore classics as Behind the Green Door and The Resurrection of Eve, as well as in David Cronenberg's early terror venture, Rabid, has died. Adult Video News

  • Stimulus May Save Teachers' Jobs L.A. Unified School District Superintendent Ray Cortines says federal stimulus money could save up to 2,000 teachers' jobs. L.A. Daily News

  • Unhappy Hour Covina bartenders and patrons claim the man accused of crashing into a car carrying baseball pitcher Nick Adenhart and three others was barhopping before the fatal accident. A judge has raised Andrew Gallo's bail to $2 million. San Gabriel Valley Tribune


  • And Baby Makes 14 Jonah Angel Solomon, the last of Nadya Suleman's octuplets, has been released from Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Bellflower. The prematurely born infant joins 13 brothers and sisters at Suleman's new La Habra home. Associated Press


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