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Headlines: Nine-Year-Old Drowns In Lake Elsinore; California Sending Up to $1,050 to Families In Inflation Relief As Early As October

Welcome back to L.A. TACO’s daily news briefs, where we bring our loyal members, readers, and supporters the latest headlines about Los Angeles politics and culture. Stay informed and look closely.

-LAPD Officers Faced a Heartbreaking Choice in Heroic Rescue of Family in Burning SUV. [NBC]

-How to cool off this summer and buy a day pass to take a dip at local hotels, without having to pay for the whole night. [LAT]

-At least 10 people are being treated after a tour bus crash near LAX involving a big rig. [ABC]

-A brawl between L.A. Angels and Seattle Mariners players on the field on Sunday's game resulted in eight ejections and a 20-minute delay. [CNN]

-Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is set to start playing for LAFC after his contract with La Liga is finished. [The Guardian]

-Video shows man apparently beaten during street takeover in South L.A. [ABC]

-Kyrie Irving to the Lakers, potentially? [ESPN]

-Long Beach celebrates the opening of an inflatable water playground at Alamitos Beach. [SHT]

-Alhambra Unified School District agrees to pay $750,000 to settle suit alleging a girl was bullied, and sexually abused. [PSN]

-A retail property on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena sold for a record-setting $52 million. [LABJ]

-Body of a nine-year-old drowning victim was recovered by the sheriff's dive team in Lake Elsinore. [ABC]

-Twenty-three million Californians will receive payments of up to $1,050 as part of a $17 billion "inflation relief" package, according to a news release from Newsom's office. [Newsweek]

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