AM Headlines: Fatal Crash on 405

A glance at this morning's headlines around LA

Fatal Crash on 405 Freeway: A woman died today in a collision on the northbound  San Diego (405) Freeway involving two off-duty sheriff's deputies, who were  injured along with two other people, the California Highway Patrol reported. The northbound side of the road is closed at Devonshire Street. Full Story

The Philosophical View of Texting and Driving: Why would someone text/talk on a cellphone while driving? LA Times columnist Steve Lopez talks with an officer who has a few ideas. LA Times

WeHo Considers Arizona Boycott: The West Hollywood City Council tonight will  consider banning official travel to Arizona until the state's anti-illegal  immigration law, Senate Bill 1070, is repealed. The Los Angeles Independent

Now Where Did I Put That: An audit finds city departments can't always account for the money they've spent. LA Times

UCSD Leaders Visit Compton High: The visit is an opportunity to discuss race in the wake of a "Compton Cookout" on the San Diego campus. LA Times

Crash Resistant Train Cars: Five years after a Metrolink crash killed 11 people,  the agency today will unveil its $230 million fleet of railcars designed to  crumple and protect passengers during a crash. Full Story

Poizner-Whitman Debate: What looks to be the final debate between GOP gubernatorial candidates Steve Poizner and Meg Whitman was held Sunday night in San Jose. Full Story

Polanski Breaks Silence: Filmmaker Roman Polanski, breaking a months-long silence, said Sunday that the U.S. is demanding his extradition from Switzerland on a 33-year-old sex case largely to serve him "on a platter to the media." Full Story

One Down, Three to Go: The Lakers open the Western Conference semifinals with a win over Utah. Full Story

Robbers Hit Resturant, Liquor Store: Robbers in Buena Park conduct holdups at two stores in just a few hours. OC Local News Network

Disneyland Gets Its River Back: Crews will open the pipes Monday around Tom Sawyer Island. OC Register

Woman Accused in Sister-in-Law's Slaying: Police say the suspect drove around for hours with the body in the car. The Sun

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