» Police say the gunman who killed four people in Orange knew his victims through a “business and personal relationship.” The suspect, Aminadab Gonzalez, is in custody. [Los Angeles Times]
» The victims of the shooting, including a nine-year-old boy named Matthew Farias, have been identified. The others are Luis Tovar, who owned the mobile home business where the shooting took place, and his daughters Genevieve Raygoza and Leticia Solis. [KTLA]
» The Dodgers played their first game of the season on Thursday, losing to the Colorado Rockies. Things got off to a bit of a bumpy start when what would have been a two-run homer hit by Cody Bellinger got seriously bungled. [Los Angeles Times]
» Nearly a third of Californians have now received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Among them: Governor Gavin Newsom who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Thursday. [Los Angeles Times]
» The L.A. Chargers are in the center of an ownership dispute. The sister of controlling owner Dean Spanos is petitioning a court to force him to put a share of the team owned by a shared Spanos family trust fund up for sale. She alleges the investment is causing the family trust to lose at least $11 million each year. [ESPN]
» Amtrak has released a map of potential new routes, and an L.A.-to-Las Vegas train made the list. The map indicates options being examined in connection to a $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan announced by the White House. [CBS Las Vegas]
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» Where to Get Easter Brunch in L.A. This Year Hop on over to try these on-site and take-home brunch options
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A Guide to L.A.-Area Museum Reopenings
Museums are now allowed to open their doors to indoor visitors for the first time in a year, but many are taking a cautious or phased approach. Here’s what we know about when every major museum in Los Angeles will reopen.
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