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8:43 AM PDT on August 12, 2011

    • Don Ward Attends Alex Romero Press Conference, Catches Media Sympathy Towards Driver, Coverup (YouTube)
    • Art Walk Survives Changes.  Crowd, Vendors, Street Performers Spread Out (Blog Downtown)
    • Tobar: Not Far From Staples Center Is a Downtrodden Neighborhood (LAT)
    • Metro Schedules Meetings on LAX Connections (The Source, Curbed)
    • Alex Romero's Accused Killers Remain Behind Bars (Patch)
    • Bus Benches Disappearing as City Gets New Bench Company (LAT)
    • Flash: The West San Gabriel Bike Coalition is Cool (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Obama Puts Politics Ahead of Environment on Smog Controls (LAT)
    • Harry Reid to California: Don’t Give Up on High-Speed Rail (SF Gate)
    • Not Doing Anything on HSR Will Cost CA More! (CAHSR Blog)
    • Century City Chamber: Constellation Ave. Subway Station Is History's Choice (City Watch)
    • Does LA Need Bike Share? (KCET)
    • Anatomy of a Bike Friendly Street: Bike Signals (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Florida Gov. Confronted on HSR Cut by Bucs Head Coach (The Hill)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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