Morning Sixpack: A News Roundup
- Super Lab or Super Gaffe? Sheriff's Department descriptions of a meth lab raided at a property owned by the mayor of Bell have been contradicted by a hazmat team. L.A. Times
- Michael Jackson Autopsy Planned L.A. coroner's authorities will perform an autopsy today on singer Michael Jackson, who died Thursday, though complete results may not be known for weeks. Associated Press
- Torture Memo Writer Protested Protesters demonstrated outside the Ninth District Court of Appeals in Pasadena, targeting Judge Jay Bybee. Bybee has recently been revealed to have been a Bush White House counsel who authored memos justifying torture of suspected terrorists. Pasadena Star-News
- FBI Probes Inglewood Cop Shooting Federal agents have joined the L.A. District Attorney's office in investigating the fatal officer-involved shooting of a birthday party member last month -- the latest in a series of high-profile shootings involving Inglewood's police. Associated Press
- C-17 Paydays to Continue Production of the C-17 transport plane, once targeted for Defense Department cutting, will continue through 2011. Boeing employs 5,000 workers on the C-17's production line Long Beach. Long Beach Press-Telegram
- Bikers Move Celebration The Rare Breed Motorcycle Club will celebrate its 20th anniversary at its clubhouse Saturday. That's in an unincorporated area outside Carson and not in San Pedro -- whose residents last year complained of noise and trash associated with the club's annual party. Daily Breeze.