Matrice’s Mother Sues L.A. County; Where To Eat A Seven Pound Burrito

• The mother of Matrice Richardson, who disappeared in September following an arrest at Geoffrey’s restaurant in Malibu, is suing L.A. County and the Sheriff’s Department. [L.A. Times]

• A look at some of the country’s most fattening dishes turned up a seven-pound breakfast burrito and a hot beef sundae. [USAT]

• Though classes have been canceled for grade and middle school students, L.A. Unified School District plans to serve 5 million free summer lunches to children in need, almost ten times the number of last year. [L.A. Times]

• A man was shot early this morning in Hollywood, causing him to crash his car outside of El Pollo Loco on Santa Monica Blvd. [KABC]

• A sushi restaurant in the film Monsters Inc. was named after visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen. [Reuters]

• 7-11 stores are increasing their food offerings to compete with fast food chains. [Reuters]

• Union Bank Plaza, Downtown’s historic skyscraper that houses Ciudad, is on the market again. [L.A. Times]

• Summer is the perfect time to start gardening, but first you’ll need to turn your kitchen scraps into compost. [Serious Eats]

• Starbucks is adding packets of instant iced coffee to the Via product line it launched last fall. [AP]

• Coca-Cola’s World Cup marketing campaign penetrates 160 countries for $600 million. [WSJ]

• The Taco Bell breakfast menu — including a “potato and cheese roll-up” for 79 cents — will launch soon. [Nationa’s Restaurant News]

Matrice’s Mother Sues L.A. County; Where To Eat A Seven Pound Burrito