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Headlines: Aki-Los Tacos Attacker Arrested; The Rams Are Going to the Super Bowl

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.

—Following an assault on Whittier's Tacos la Guera last week, in which someone from the Aki-Los Tacos truck aggressively put out the fire on la Guera's grill while issuing threats, the attacker was arrested on a vandalism charge. Meanwhile, a surge of customers have rallied to la Guera to show support. [CBS]

—The L.A. Rams are going to the Super Bowl. But not very far, as the game is happening right here at SoFi Stadium against the Cincinnati Bengals on Feb. 13. [MSN]

—Pagerie founder Mandy Madden Kelley recounts her experience with a recent break-in at her Fairfax District house, and the disappointing response she alleges to have received from LAPD. [KTLA]

—A 30-year-old man named Eduardo Alonso was found with a fatal gunshot wound at an empty building said to double as a homeless encampment in Long Beach on Sunday. [MSN]

—Heather Garcia, who would have turned 30 today, died in Downtown on Saturday night after falling from a party bus and getting struck by another vehicle. [CBS]

—Police shot and killed a man with a ghost gun and a 30-round magazine in Boyle Heights last week. [The Eastsider L.A.]

—A non-profit named Connecting Compton seeks to teach people about the city's agricultural roots, with plans of building a multicultural equestrian center. [Spectrum 1]

—Dolly Parton wants Taco Bell to bring back its Mexican Pizza. Doesn't she at least deserve that, world? [Yahoo]

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