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  • Still hot and dangerous: A National Weather Service alert indicates that a red flag warning will remain in effect until 9 tomorrow night for the mountains and adjacent foothills of LA and Ventura Counties thanks to low relative humidity and hot temps.
  • Speaking of hot and dangerous, the LA County District Attorney's office would like to remind you not to leave pets in hot cars.
  • Two (unrelated) shootings in the Valley overnight: 2 men were shot on a street in Canoga Park while a another man was shot while getting gas in Panorama City.
  • It was a mess on the 110 Freeway today near Olympic when a truck overturned, spilling its load of concrete, and its fuel, onto lanes.
  • A group of about 20 Nazis attempted to hold a rally today outside a Home Depot in Riverside, but found their efforts hampered by about 100 activists, day laborers and anarchists who broke it up.
  • Yesterday the city held its first ever "National Day of Remembrance" event for families of murder victims. Among those in attendance were relatives of high profile victims such as Ron Goldman and Sharon Tate.
  • And, say, do you know what to do if a coyote wanders up to your front door?