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Headlines: Deputy Shoots Man at Bellflower Street Takeover; LBC Closes Beaches Over New Sewage Spill

7:34 AM PST on March 3, 2022

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—The Armenian owner of San Diego's Pushkin restaurant, a Russian restaurant named for the nation's greatest poet, has received threats and 1-star Yelp reviews, despite opposing the Russian invasion and employing many Ukranians. [ABC]

—While responding to a street takeover in Bellflower on Wednesday night, L.A. Sheriff's Department deputies shot a man who allegedly stabbed another man with a spiked gardening tool. The man, a 32-year-old father of seven, died at the hospital. [ABC]

—A man in his 80's was killed during a daytime home invasion robbery in Encino on Wednesday, while another man in his 60's was pistol-whipped. [Yahoo! News]

—Long Beach has had to close all coastal swimming areas again, following another spill from a grease-clogged sewer line, this time in Paramount. [LAT]

—A brush fire has burned hundreds of acres west of Lake Elsinore in the Cleveland National Forest in Riverside County. [NBC]

—Eight people were injured after an LAUSD bus collided with a vehicle in South L.A. on Wednesday night. [KTLA]

—These are the best tacos in Woodland Hills, according to Woodland Hills Magazine. [WHM]

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