The Tuesday Afternoon Cram: Crime is up, Protestantism is down, and Variety Has A New Owner

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Everything you need to know from today’s front pages

Crime Reports Up in 11 LA. Neighborhoods
Violent crime is up in Beverly Grove, Broadway-Manchester, Eagle Rock, Hollywood, and Pico-Union, while property crime is up in Harbor City, Harvard Heights, Lake View Terrace, Silver Lake, Valley Village, and Woodland Hills. Eeesh.
[LAT]

Ailing Bill Rosendahl Will Not Seek Reelection
He’s endorsing his chief deputy, Mike Bonin, for the CD11 seat.
[NBCLA]

13-Year-Old Killed In Upland Car Crash
Awful.
[CBSLA]

Variety Sold to Penske Media Corp.
It is the second sale in the company’s 107-year history.
[Variety]

Kobe Bryant Maybe Sort of Considering Retiring in Two Years
Or so he indicated.
[ESPNLA]

Jerry Sandusky Sentenced to Minimum of 30 Years In Prison
If he lives that long, Sandusky will be 98 in 2042.
[NYT]

Body of Mexican Drug Boss Stolen By Armed Gang
On the plus side: viscous cartel leader Heriberto Lazcano is no more.
[LAT]

Survey: Protestants Are No Longer The Majority in U.S.
“The fastest growing ‘religious group’ in the country is people who are not affiliated with any religion.”
[CNN]

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