Thursday morning report, Oct. 29

Five things to know this Thursday morning: 

1.) A Downey man was arrested in an FBI raid yesterday in connection with an illegal sports-betting ring that operated on the internet, authorities said. 

Clark Bruner, 56, was arrested at his home on the 9500 block of Orizaba Avenue, according to neighbors. According to the Daily News, Bruner was the ring's second-in-command and collected winnings from agents. 

Seventeen people are named in the indictment, including residents of Nevada and New York. 

 

2.) The Columbia Memorial Space Center will be hosting a college information panel Saturday, Nov. 7, at 1 p.m. for high school students (or their parents) with questions about college. 

Panelists will include recent and current college students, who will talk about the application process, scholarships and living in a dorm. The panel is free to attend. 

3.) Th is sounds really, really cool. The Rives Mansion is hosting a screening of "Psycho" tomorrow night, presented by Warren High's Downey Historical Society club. 

Admission is $5 but must be purchased in advance. Email downeyhistorical@gmail.com or find @downeyhistoric on social media. 

4.) Meet "The District," Downey High's dance club. 


5.) Vallarta Supermarkets, which is preparing to open in the former Beach's Market at Imperial Highway and Paramount Boulevard, will host another hiring event Wednesday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Progress Park in Paramount. 

Dress to impress because there will be on-the-spot interviews.