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9:38 AM PDT on May 23, 2013

    • See what $1 billion can buy when 1.7 miles of 405 freeway work opens Friday (LA Curbed)
    • Westsiders rise up against 405 and Expo Line adjacent Casden West LA project (Patch)
    • Rare, near century old bicycle stolen from Lancaster home (LAT)
    • It could be the end of the line for historic SaMo Civic Auditorium (SM Daily Press)
    • In a victory for sprawl, Irvine is the nation's 8th fastest growing city (LAT)
    • Metrolink offers roundtrip rail service from OC for Dodgers/Angels Series (The Source)
    • June 6 community meeting to discuss Purple Line extension at LACMA (The Source)
    • A look at L.A. County's blue collar, multicultural Blue Line (KCET)
    • Police impersonator pulls over a school bus in Redlands (KABC)
    • Pre-holiday weekend reminder that Biking Under the Influence is illegal (Sac Bee)
    • Meanwhile drivers say a .08 BAC is actually pretty darn drunk (Daily News)
    • Good news: hand-held cell use is dropping; bad news: texting while driving is up (Daily News)
    • Brit twit tweets after hitting cyclist, discovers police use Twitter too (Jalopnik)
    • Daily Carnage: Homeless OC man hit by two cars, one flees (KABC)

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