AM Headlines: Crash Closes Lanes on WB 210

A glance at this morning's headlines around LA

MTA Bus Crashes in Pasadena: Three lanes are closed on the 210 Freeway in Pasadena after an MTA bus crash. Westbound lanes are closed near Seirra Madre Boulevard. The lanes might not reopen until after 10:30 a.m. Sigalert

Victims' Relatives to Make Case: Up to 10 relatives of Rodney Alcala's victims will get  their chance to tell a judge today what sentence they think the convicted  serial killer deserves. AP

Rove on the Run: He's out of here. After Code Pink protesters show up for some heckling with handcuffs at a book signing. Full Story

Now Hear This: Marijuana legalization supporters launch their first radio advertisement. LA Times

LA Mag Film Competition: Just a few hours left to vote in LA Magazine's film competition. Full Story

Day Two: The McCourts will be back in court for another day of hearings in their spousal support case. Full Story

Pursuit Ends Outside Universal Studios:
A man who led officers on a pursuit Monday that at times reached speeds of more than 100 mph is wanted for attempted murder in his hometown of Wabash, Ind., authorities said. Video

Mayor OK with Alarcon's Plan: The plan is to go ahead with the first of four DWP rates hikes, then discuss the next three. LA Times

Registered Sex Offender Arrested: A registered sex offender has been arrested after authorities say they found a huge stash of child pornography at his Orange County home. OC Register

OC Gets Its Beaches Back: Three miles of south Orange County beaches marred by a sewage spill are open again. Daily Breeze

Three Killings, One Family: Police investigate a series of mysterious slayings that involve the same family. LA Times

Call Logs in Arrest of Riverside Chief: Police release calls involving an intoxicated Russ Leach after he was stopped by Riverside officers. Press-Enterprise


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