Titles: Man Arrested with Flamethrower at DTLA; Another for bringing an assault rifle to Little Caesar’s in Ontario


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— The bodies of at least 50 people, believed to be migrants from Mexico and Central America who had recently crossed the border, were discovered Monday in a tractor-trailer in San Antonio. [Reuters]

—Three people were killed in an accident when an Amtrak train traveling from Los Angeles to Missouri hit a dump truck yesterday. [ABC]

—Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz calls for a ban on the construction of new gas pumping facilities in Los Angeles. [SMM]

—A fire in the laundry room of a West Hills nursing home has caused everyone to be evacuated. [NBC]

—A 30-year-old man was arrested for allegedly throwing some kind of “makeshift flamethrower” at a police officer during last Friday’s protests against the overthrow of Roe V. Wade in downtown LA [Yahoo!]

—Melrose “hypebeasts” discusses the pros and cons of Amazon’s new animated show “Fairfax.” [LAT]

—A woman killed after being shot and crashing on the 710 freeway in Long Beach early this morning. [KTLA]

—A small haven in northern Mexico called La Abortería, dedicated to providing Mexicans with safe and affordable access to medically induced abortions, is expecting an influx of Texans following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe V. Wade. [Mi Blog Es Tu Blog]

—A man was arrested for bringing an AR-15 type rifle and handgun to a Little Caesar’s in Ontario. [NBC]

—A painting of police officers as cartoon pigs sparks controversy at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido. [ETA]

—A huge museum exhibit in San Diego examines the history and evolution of Southern California art and culture. [SDUT]

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