San Fernando Valley roundup: Record high temperatures hit region, Red flag warning issued, Drunken driver hits parked police car

Good morning, readers. Today is Monday, November 5. The calendar may say November, but today’s weather says otherwise.

Record-breaking temperatures are expecting to hit the region this evening, with daytime highs expected to reach into the mid-90s throughout the San Fernando Valley. Los Angeles Times

Authorities have issued a red flag warning for Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, citing the high temperatures, low humidity and dry vegetation as a risk for wildfires. Fox L.A.

A man suspected of drunken driven is in jail after he rear-ended and totaled a parked Los Angeles police car in Reseda, reports the Daily News.

A group of porn actors rallied at a North Hollywood club to protest Measure B, a ballot initiative in Los Angeles County that would require the use of condoms during filming. Patch

This week marks ten years since the San Fernando Valley attempted to break away from the city of Los Angeles and become its own city. Daily News

--Josh Cox, Times Community News

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