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  • The LAPD had to bust up a Halloween party being thrown by Gov. Schwarzenegger's 17-year-old son, Patrick. Some of the guests were cited for alcohol violations, though not Schwarzenegger.
  • Two more OC teenagers have come forward saying they were molested on an OCTA bus by a 55-year-old man.
  • A sad twist for the election in Mission Viejo: A candidate for City Council died of a heart attack last night.
  • Toyota is asking the courts in California to dismiss the lawsuits filed about unintentionally acceleration in their vehicles.
  • If you're a fan of Mad Men, you might want to pick up character Roger Sterling's memoir--which is actually being published.
  • Authorities in South Pasadena are looking for a suspect in a unique dispute-fueled drive-by stabbing.
  • Shoppers, take note: The Bristol Farms chain has been sold by the parent company of grocery chain Albertson's.
  • Want to hear Beethoven's 7th Symphony played live? Enter our contest to win a pair of tickets to the L.A. Chamber Orchestra's concert on Saturday November 6th. You have two chances to win: on this LAist post and on Facebook. Good luck!