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Headlines: SoCal Students Stage Walkouts to Protest Gun Violence; Rick Caruso Still “Has No Climate Plan”

6:59 AM PDT on May 27, 2022

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Welcome 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.

—Amid rising temperatures and natural catastrophes, candidate for mayor Rick Caruso reportedly has "no climate plan." [LAT]

—Students across Southern California walked out of their classrooms to protest gun violence in the U.S. yesterday. [NBC]

—Lakers legend James Worthy has some harsh criticism for the team these days. [CBS]

—Manson family follower Patricia Krenwinkel has been recommended for parole more than five decades after the cult's murderous rampage in Los Angeles. [CBS]

—There's an apparent housing boom in Paradise, California, four years after a massive fire tore through and devastated it. [Vice]

—Irvine's Taquiero Taco Patio is getting props for its al pastor and handmade tortillas. [ABC]

—A local real estate office is regularly besieged by fans of the show "Selling Sunset." [TMZ]

—A new cannabis delivery outfit called Zipps is focusing on bulk purchases. [Ganjapreneur]

—We almost feel sorry for the Diamondbacks after last night's 14-1 Dodgers victory. Almost. [LAT]

—Hollywood stars pay tribute to their friend and co-star Ray Liotta (R.I.P.). [THR]

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