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8:32 AM PDT on April 17, 2013

    • Film Industry Shows Complete Disdain for People Living in Downtown Los Angeles (Hollywood Reporter)
    • Internet Ass Kicking: L.A. Walks Politely Demolishes SoCal Connected Piece on Pedestrian Safety
    • LASD Cracks Down for 3 Days on Blue Line - Hundreds of Tickets and Misdemeanors, 11 Arrests (KPCC, The Source)
    • Suit Over Clean Trucks Regs. at the Ports Going All the Way to the Supremes (Daily Breeze)
    • Lowest Bid for Bullet Train Construction Has History of Underbidding (Cal Watch)
    • Breaking Down Ridership Numbers, Crow for Reason Foundation Predictions on Expo (The Source)
    • City Repaves Northridge Street Destroyed by Water Main Break (Daily News)
    • Election: Greuel Website Attacking Garcetti Accidentally Goes Live, Goes Down (Daily News)
    • Villaraigosa: I Won't Endorse "At This Time" (Capitol Report/SacBee)
    • Here's How to Rent a Bike at CicLAvia (KPCC)
    • The Source Really Likes Us
    • Daily Carnage: Pedestrian Struck, Killed in Westlake Village (Daily News)

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