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8:41 AM PST on December 11, 2012

    • The LA Weekly Hit and Run Story Has Legs (KCET)
    • Court of Appeals Says Down with L.A.'s Digital Billboards (LAT, Daily News)
    • Dear John Mica, We're Working on an LAX Connection. Nobody Cares What You Think. (KPCC)
    • Mike Antonovich Thinks 66.1% of the Vote for Measure J Means That Nobody Liked It (BH Courier)
    • LB Post: 2012 Person of the Year Is the Long Beach Cyclist
    • Ridership on Metro Is Going Way Up (The Source)
    • Careful Pasadena, John Fasana and Barbara Messina Are Going to Say Bad Things About You (LAT)
    • Metro Offers Free Rides on Christmas Eve, New Years Eve (The Source, Patch)
    • Santa Monica Considers Slowing Development (Daily Press)
    • This List Is Wrong, Dodger Stadium Is the Worst (Triple Pundit)
    • Here Are the Extended Hours for the ARTCRANK Poster Show/Silent Auction (LITE)

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Congratulations to Kris Fortin for Being Named "Vice-President, Online" for the L.A. Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Read more at Editor and Publisher.

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