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Headlines: NoHo Landlord Sued Over Gang Activity; Taco Vega Saved on Fairfax

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—L.A.'s vets and animal hospitals are overwhelmed. [USCAM]

—A judge is blocking Herb Wesson from serving on the city council until an official hearing can take place in March, citing maximum term limit laws. [LAT]

—Owners of an apartment building in North Hollywood are being sued for the gang activity taking place there, citing at least nine shootings there within 15 months. [NBC]

—A group of renters in Highland Park, Koreatown, and East Hollywood is suing their landlords, K3 Holdings, for neglecting repairs, among accusations that its trying to push out Latinx, immigrant, and working class families. [KABC]

—How the internet rallied to save chef Jared Simon's plant-based Taco Vega from closing. [Eater LA]

—Texas Monthly taco editor Jose R. Ralat discusses the makings of a great taco story. [Poynter]

—MLB pitcher Joe Kelly may be coming back to The Dodgers. [Marca]

—Meanwhile, Lebron James is making comments that could indicate his eventual exit from the Lakers. [Forbes]

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