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Morning Sixpack: A News Roundup

  • City of Industry Votes for NFL Bait A majority of City of Industry Voters (all 82 of them) passed a measure allowing the sale of $150 million in bonds, whose money could be used to build an NFL stadium. The vote was 60-1 on the scheme proposed by developer Ed Roski.


  • Ledger Coke Vid Suit "Resolved" The Joker gets the last laugh as a lawyer announced the end of a messy lawsuit involving a paparazzi video showing the late Heath Ledger using cocaine. Terms for the settlement were not revealed.

  • Nursing Home Fined for Ventilator Death  Associated Press reports San Dimas' Casa Bonita Convalescent Hospital has been slapped with a $121,000 fine by the California Department of Public Health. Casa Bonita says it will appeal the fine relating to the death of a 90-year-old patient who was allegedly removed from a ventilator by mistake.

  • Altadena Ponzi Woman Pleads Guilty  Jeanetta M. Standefor asked for a second chance after pleading guilty to defrauding African American investors in a $17.8 million Ponzi racket. Instead, a judge gave her 12 years in federal prison.

  • Snark Takes a Holiday The L.A. Times found a normally cynical city giddy with wonder on Inauguration Day.


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