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Paparazzi under scrutiny in Santa Monica

June 9, 2009 |  5:29 pm

Ktla_newsHere are some of the stories that KTLA News is planning for its 10 p.m. newscast on Channel 5:

PAPARAZZI NURSERY SCHOOL: The Santa Monica City Council is expected to direct its staff to "investigate intrusive and invasive activities of 'paparazzi' photographers and videographers around areas where children congregate or attend classes" and return with recommendations to  protect the privacy and safety of the children, their families and teachers. 


STOLEN FOUNTAIN: Police are looking for a 3-foot-tall, handmade marble statue of a boy with wings that was removed from the frontyard of a house in Huntington Beach. The owner said she'd had the statue almost 60 years and considered it a family heirloom. The statue and a fountain it was attached to are worth about $2,000, she said.

 
TEEN SLAIN: A Hawthorne teenager planning to attend El Camino College was shot to death as he talked with friends outside his house, police said today.

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