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- Commuters who take Sunset Blvd. through West LA, beware of extra traffic tonight: a fatal motorcycle crash in the 11500 block will shut down the street between the 405 onramp and Barrington.
- LA Now also reminds us of a happy fact: it's jacaranda season!
- A 90-year-old woman was found dead of physical trauma inside her house in Altadena, where a fire had burned out two of the rooms. The woman's death was unrelated to the fire, so authorities are scratching their heads to determine why the woman died.
- 375 miles of wilderness in the Tehachapi Mountains will be preserved in new conservation efforts spearheaded by the governor and organizations such as the Sierra Club.
- Hit and run: literally. A woman crashed her SUV into a truck on the southbound 110 earlier today -- and just got out and ran away!
- Another toddler seized by a coyote in Lake Arrowhead this week. There's got to be a movie plot in here somewhere. (The coyote released the child when her mother began to run after it.)
- Will the city ever reach a happy compromise on the 101-405 improvement project? Modifications to one of the country's busiest interchanges may severely affect a nearby wildlife refuge.
- You know you want to read it: Jonathan Gold's take on the, um, controversial new Father's Office location.