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8:24 AM PDT on July 8, 2013

    • Ted Is All Over the Story of the LAPD Sergeant's Daughter and the Hit and Run (Biking in LA)
    • 4th of July DUI's Up from 119 to 138 in Los Angeles(Daily News)
    • Long Beach Gearing Up to Fight O.C.'s 405 Widening (Gazette)
    • More on Bringing Back Broadway's Streetscape "Dressed Rehearsal" (Downtown News)
    • People Are Continuing to Notice a Changing L.A. (Atlantic Cities)
    • But It's Eminent Domain Time for Little Tokyo Parcel Needed for Connector (Downtown News)
    • Metro Will Reconstruct Entrance to SoPas Station (The Source)
    • Burbank Will Get Bike Path to Metrolink Station (Leader)
    • Take a Virtual Architecture Tour of Ventura Boulevard (Daily News)
    • State Senate Ok's Ban on Charing Parkers for Parking at Broken Meters (LAT)
    • Surprise! Where You Live Determines Your Life Expectancy (Daily News)
    • Community Garden Program in Bell Gardens Help (LAT)
    • Metro Plans Meetings on High Desert Corridor (The Source)
    • Now You Can Flyaway TO LAX off Expo (LAT)
    • It's Going to Be Hot Again (Daily News)
    • Yo! Venice Also Looking for Hit and Run Driver

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