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Caught on tape: Robbers steal pub's ATM as customers watch

December 10, 2010 |  9:46 am

PERFECT HEIST: Security tape shows two men in white haz-mat-style suits calmly taking an ATM from an Old Towne Orange pub. A customer witnessed the robbery and said he and others in the pub assumed the ATM was being taken for maintenance. Orange police are investigating. (O.C. Register)

Linking LA

CLOSING TIME: West Hollywood club that had been scene of fatal shooting this summer closes its doors. (WeHo News)

NO MORE MASTERPIECE THEATRE: KCET announced its schedule in the post-PBS era (LA Observed).

ZONING BATTLE: L.A.'s new zoning codes have prompted a lawsuit from some community activists who say not enough study was given. (Curbed L.A.)

HERE COME THE PLANS: The downtown L.A. football stadium is still just a proposal, but the architects are also in talks. (Downtown News)

LOSING CALIFORNIA: As part of a makeover for struggling California Adventure Park, Disney is going to remove the 11-foot-tall "California" letters from its entrance. (O.C. Register)

-- Shelby Grad