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L.A.-bound train hits car in Camarillo, no injuries

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A railroad track in Camarillo was clear today after an Amtrak train heading toward Los Angeles hit a vehicle in Ventura County, just a few miles away from the site of last week’s derailment, but there were no injuries and the train did not tip over, firefighters said. The Ventura County […]

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Rain impacts Southland traffic with flooding, collisions

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Waves of heavy rain resulted in flooded freeways and an increase in accidents in southern California overnight, the California Highway Patrol said today. Between midnight and 4 a.m. the CHP reported 41 collisions in Los Angeles County, compared with 28 collisions during the same period a week ago today, said CHP Officer […]

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Death investigation shuts SM 10 Fwy west and north PCH

SANTA MONICA (CNS) - All westbound lanes of the Santa Monica (10) Freeway in Santa Monica and northbound lanes of Pacific Coast Highway were temporarily closed this morning for a death investigation. The California Highway Patrol said the body of a man was found in the 1200 block of Pacific Coast Highway around 3 a.m., […]

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Final stretch of Malibu PCH to reopen tomorrow

MALIBU (CNS) - The final stretch of Pacific Coast Highway north of Malibu that was closed in early December due to storm-driven mud and rock slides will reopen tomorrow, clearing the path for motorists traveling between Los Angeles and Ventura counties. A nine-mile stretch of PCH between Las Posas and Yerba Buena roads was closed […]

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5 worst westside traffic intersections

Los Angeles Magazine recently named the westside’s five most cumbersome traffic intersections. According to the article: Undoubtably, there are more people in Los Angeles now, compared to 2002 (at least 115,000 more). Is that equating to more traffic? … For those living or working on the Westside, it certainly seemed worse during the tail-end of […]

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