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7:40 AM PST on March 6, 2013

Regular Headlines:

    • Santa Monica Civic Center Rejoins City, Highway Buffer on Way Out (NYT)
    • Another Crash at Sunset Triangle Park (Eastsider)
    • The Long Slong to Produce Better Biking in Bev. Hills (Better Bike)
    • Huge Jump in Home Prices in L.A. (KPCC)
    • LaBonge Pitching in for Reward for Info on Griffith Park Hit and Run (LAT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Election Results:


    • Official Results (LA City Clerk)
    • Mayor: Field Narrows to Garcetti v Greuel (LAT)
    • City Attorney: Asm. Feuer Leads Incumbent Trutanich Heading Into Runoff (ABC 7)
    • Controller: Councilman Zine, Dem. Darling Galerpin Remain (HuffPo)
    • CD 1: Cedillo Leads Gardea. Close to Outright Win, But Only Holds Slim Lead (Patch)
    • CD3: Blumenfield Beats Field Outright (Daily News)
    • CD 5: Koretz Cruises (Patch)
    • CD 7: Felipe Fuentes Eaks Narrow Win (LAT)
    • CD 9: Curren Price Holds Slim Lead on Ana Cubas (Weekly
    • CD 11: Bonin Cruises in Crowded Field (Weekly)
    • CD 13: Choi, O'Farrell Emerge from Cluttered Field (Weekly)
    • CD 15: Buscaino Crushes Law in Quick Bid (Daily Breeze)
    • Prop A.: Goes Down...Loses by 11 Points (Patch, Weekly

Bev. Hills:

    • Election a De-Facto Forum on Ridiculous NIMBY Battle (Atlantic Cities)
    •  Mixed Results as Mirisch and O'Brien Lead Pack (BH Courier)

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