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Today’s Headlines: Four Killed in Inglewood Ambush; Tupac Shakur Museum Opens in DTLA

9:00 AM PST on January 24, 2022

photo: Paul Sableman

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 always look closely. 

Activists are challenging Blue Triton, the owner of Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water, by saying its taking too much water from the San Bernardino Mountains, and may lack the legal right to do it in the first place. [LAT]

Four people were ambushed, shot, and killed by multiple shooters at a party in Inglewood early Sunday morning. [NPR]

Without so much as a whisper of Foos Gone Wild, this website unpacks the dos and donts of the "Edgar" haircut. [Queerty]

The L.A. Rams are going to the NFC Championship Game, presenting problems for organizers of the Super Bowl, who need time to spruce up SoFi Stadium. [MSN]

A 20,000-square-foot traveling museum detailing the life and work of Tupac Shakur opened last Friday in Downtown. [KCAL]

Officials in Orange County are fighting a new mandate that orders more housing be built. [LAT]

Arnold Schwarzenegger was involved in a bad four car crash in Brentwood last Friday that sent one woman to the hospital as his SUV, in a fitting symbol of modern life, appeared to have rolled over a Prius. [TMZ]

A Baldwin Hills man is being accused of a scam that found people handing over their luxury cars thinking they were being helped getting out of their leases. When really, he'd just take the cars and rent them to other people, negecting to pay the leases along the way. [MW]

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