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Don't panic. I'm told that stuff falling from the sky is called "rain," and is not uncommon in other areas, where it seldom causes wrecks or massive traffic tie-ups. Some people even have special coats for this "rain," which enables them to walk or even ride their bikes without melting.

    • You could be able to take the streetcar to Disneyland by 2018  (Orange County Register)
    • Bad News Bears actress killed in a high-speed DUI wreck on the 10 Freeway  (L.A. Times)
    • The 405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project claims the life of a worker (L.A. Times)
    • L.A. County Sheriff's Department launches investigation into cyclist killed with patrol car (Times)
    • Beverly Hills declares war on transit, joins with Bus Riders Union to fight Measure J (BH Courier)
    • Amtrak ridership is up nearly 50% since 2000 (Transportation Nation, via LA Transportation Headlines)
    • DOT Secretary Ray LaHood brings a $556 million check for Crenshaw/LAX light rail (The Source)
    • Metro dedicates new state-of-the-art El Monte station (The Source)
    • Gardena police seek help in hit-and-run death of a bike commuter on Wednesday (Daily Breeze)

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