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What to Do With All That Rain: A proposed law would require some LA residents and businesses to make use of runoff generated during rainstorms. LA Times
Voyage Placed on Hold: The 16-year-old Southern California girl attempting to become the youngest person to sail around the world alone says she is stopping in Mexico with power problems. Full Story
Radar Blamed for Missile Test Failure: The Air Force says a missile-intercept test failed when a long-range missile launched from California missed a target missile launched from a Pacific island because of radar problems.
Space Taxi Not an Out-of-This-World Fantasy: Hawthorne's SpaceX is among the companies that might develop a private space taxi system. The Daily Breeze
Several Rescued in SUV Crash: Crews are attempting to clear the westbound 91 Freeway, just before the 57 Freeway, after a crash. One lane on the 91 Freeway remains open.
Two Detained for Climbing LAX Fence: Authorities say two men were detained for questioning after they breached security at Los Angeles International Airport by climbing over a perimeter fence.
Homegirl Cafe Bids on LAX Eatery Spot: A nonprofit gang-intervention group wants to open an eatery at LAX. The Daily Breeze
Cuts Came as Surprise to Crystal Cathedral Parishioners: Church officials announced cuts and layoffs. Parishioners reacted at Sunday services. OC Register
Blue Whales Change Their Tune: Researchers notice a lower pitch in the calls of blue whales. LA Times
All for Love Guru: An Irvine man will face a federal magistrate judge in Los Angeles today on charges of uploading an unauthorized pre-release copy of the Mike Myers film "The Love Guru" to a movie piracy website. Full Story
Squid Frenzy: Giant squid are staying for a while off the OC coast. Full Story
Shopping Spree With the Dodgers: The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin the public portion of their annual preseason caravan Tuesday with a charity shopping trip to Pasadena, a field dedication in Lincoln Heights and an autograph session at L.A. Live.
Workers Locked Out at Borax Mines: Threats of a lockout turn into reality at the borax mines in Boron. LA Times
Smile, You're Probably on Camera: Eucalyptus Park in Hawthorne already has four cameras. Now, some communities are considering additional cameras. LA Times