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Maven's Morning Coffee: Governor vetoes ethics bill, Richard Riordan talks tenure, what does it mean to have transparency in government? — Good morning, readers. Welcome to the Maven's Morning Coffee -- a listing of the important headlines, news conferences, votes and announcements you need to know to fuel up and tackle your day. The Maven's Morning Coffee is also available as a daily email. Click here to subscribe. Today is Wednesday, Oct.
Oct 01, 2014

Maven's Morning Coffee: Gov. Brown vetoes ethics bill… via @kpcc

Wife of slain Bell Gardens mayor released — The wife suspected of shooting and killing the mayor of Bell Gardens on Tuesday was released after hours of questioning, and the Sheriff's Department said that no arrests will be made at this time.
Oct 01, 2014

LASD releases wife after interviewing her & son abt shooting of #BellGardens mayor; gun used was registered to Crespo

Extra $135,000 to cover security for Inglewood Unified's trustee raising questions — The state-appointed trustee running the Inglewood Unified School District approved $135,000 in additional school district funds Tuesday to pay an armed California Highway Patrol officer who works as his driver and security guard. "I don't want to get hurt here," said State Trustee Don Brann, who lives in nearby El Segundo.
Oct 01, 2014

The trustee overseeing Inglewood schools gets $135,000 IN SECURITY alone, including an armed CHP escort/driver!!…