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13 kilos of cocaine seized during Eagle Rock traffic stop; Silver Lake house fire; the Echo Park man behind the L.A. Times tours

Cocaine: Glendale police confiscated 13 kilos of cocaine worth about $325,000 during a traffic stop last weekend on York Boulevard in Eagle Rock. The drugs were stuffed into a duffle back in the trunk of the vehicle. CBS2

Fire: Firefighters quickly extinguished a blaze that broke out today at about 5:24 am in a vacant home in the 3200 block of W. London Street in Silver Lake, according to the L.A. Fire Department. There were no reports of injuries.

Tour Guide: Echo Park resident Darrell Kunitomi has given tours of the L.A. Times to about 400,000 people over the past 35 years. But now with the paper preparing to move from Downtown L.A. to El Segundo, Kunitomi, 65, is giving his final tours of the landmark building at First and Spring streets. The paper is supposed to be out of the building by July 1 but it’s still uncertain exactly when Kunitomi and the rest of the staff will make the move. “I’m just going to continue to take every visitor who wants to come,” he said. L.A. Taco

Haynes: Marshall High School alumnus and Football Hall of Famer Mike Haynes was at Dodger Stadium to throw the ceremonial first pitch before Dodgers-Texas Rangers game. Haynes, Class of 1971, established a scholarship at the school. Los Feliz Ledger

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