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9:21 AM PDT on May 22, 2013

    • It's official. CD13 Councilmember Eric Garcetti is L.A.'s new mayor (LAT)
    • It's Mike Feuer for City Attorney, as incumbent Carmen Trutanich concedes (Daily News)
    • Ron Galperin holds big lead over Dennis Zine for City Controller (Daily News)
    • It looks like Cedillo in CD1, Price in CD9 and O'Farrell in CDD13 (LAT)
    • We're headed for a runoff between Montanez and Martinez inthe Valley's CD6 (Daily News)
    • The Weiner Tweeter who promised to rip out bike lanes runs for mayor of NYC (LAT)
    • And in the election most people really care about, Kellie Pickler wins DWTS (Daily News)
    • LAPD to increase patrols after bike ride mugged on LA River bike path (The Eastsider)
    • 21 years in jail for car thief who killed a pedestrian while fleeing police (Daily News)
    • San Francisco reserves curb space for car sharing (SF Streetsblog)
    • NorCal beach goers may soon have to pay for parking (KABC)
    • 6-year old NoCal bike rider survives getting run over by garbage truck (Press Democrat)

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