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San Fernando: D.H. Peligro, the longstanding drummer of punk band Dead Kennedys who also briefly worked as a drummer for the Red Hot Chile Peppers, died at his Los Angeles home on Friday, apparently due to accidentally hitting his head during a fall in the bathroom. [TMZ]

—Downtown: A woman's nude, dead body was discovered near the railroad tracks under the Fourth Street Bridge on Sunday evening. Homicide detectives were sent to the scene to investigate. [CBS]

Westlake: A man was shot in the face while sitting at a bus stop at West 8th Street and South Union early on Saturday morning. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. [KTLA]

Palmdale: Two people were killed in a stabbing attack at a Palmdale Kohl's store on Thursday. According to one report, the victims and suspect began arguing after the latter asked for help with his vehicle. [CBS]

Thousand Oaks: A 16-year-old girl was attacked by six large Cane Corso dogs while walking in her neighborhood on Sunday afternoon, sending her to the hospital in serious condition. The girl is expected to survive amid police claims that she lives in the same house as the canines. [ABC]

—Goodwill stores have stopped taking Kanye West-affiliated clothing including Yeezy's and has reportedly sent out a memo asking employees to remove the entertainer's products from their shelves. [The Source]

—A new report says that the academic center overseen by Frank Mitloehner, a UC Davis professor who ran an outspoken public campaign in favor of eating mea,t is funded by a livestock industry group that represents major agricultural and meat-selling companies like Cargill and Tyson. [NYT]

—Former President Barack Obama has endorsed Karen Bass for Mayor of L.A. [LAT]

—Google just made it a whole lot easier to hide your personal information like address, phone number, and more from search results with a new feature. [KTLA]

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