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Red Flag parking restrictions in place; Katy Perry gains ground in legal fight over Los Feliz convent; police chase ends Boyle Heights

  • Move That Car:  The L.A. Fire Department said that Red Flag parking restrictions will be imposed on Tuesday,  for Oct. 24 as forecasts of record-breaking heat have raised the risk of fires. Beginning at 8 a.m. on October 24, all vehicles parked illegally in posted locations will be subject to towing for at least 24 hours. The LAFD will re-evaluate weather conditions during the day Tuesday to determine if the Red Flag Alert will be extended. Go here to find out if you live in a Red Flag Zone.
  • Katy Perry vs Nuns: A judge ruled that a pair of nuns opposed to the sale of a former Los Feliz convent to pop star Katy Perry can no longer be part of the legal proceedings. My News LA
  • Movie Buzz : How 34-year-old Silver Lake resident Matthew Henick is leading BuzzFeed’s expansion into movie and TV production. N.Y. Times
  • Pursuit: The police pursuit of a stolen pickup truck through Downtown L.A. ended when the driver was apprehended after abandoning the vehicle near a Boyle Heights apartment complex. NBC4

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