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- Toyota drama heads to Orange County: "Santa Ana will be ground zero for sudden-acceleration lawsuits against Toyota Motor Corp. after a panel of judges last week consolidated the cases to the federal court there."
- A weekend downtown shooting in the Historic Core that left a 14-year-old injured may have gang ties.
- Learn how to protect your bicycle from this former crack addict bike thief.
- The small L.A County city of Walnut has been sued by the Justice Department for religious discrimination. Why? The city denied the building of a buddhist temple.
- It was the first day of school today and that meant officials were promoting school reforms as parents dropped off students.
- The $200 million settlement in the Chatsworth Metrolink crash was not approved today. Instead the judge scheduled future hearings.
- Are Republicans gaining strength in left-leaning Santa Monica?
- The County has approved a $1 million project to fix a portion of the Arroyo Seco, but it won't be to make nature improvements, but replace concrete.