Today’s Headlines

  • 4 Dead in Hit and Runs in L.A. Last Weekend (L.A. Weekly)
  • Reporter Michael Hastings Thought He Was Invincible; He Wasn’t (LA Times)
  • Brown Defiant, CAHSR Construction Continues Despite Judge’s Ruling (Daily JournalCBS)
  • L.A. Lifts Curbside Gardening Ban, Snoop Lion Wants Kids to Garden (CBS2)
  • Union Station Master Plan Comment Period Extended (The Source)
  • A Review of Santa Monica’s Tour Da Arts (Santa Monica Next)
  • UCLA: If Everyone Were Like Us, There Would Be No Car Congestion (UCLA News)
  • Pasadena Plans Crackdown on Texting While Driving (CBS2)
  • L.A. and Four Other Cities Buy Half the World’s Electric Cars (Wired)
  • Cyclelicious Digs Up a 1922 Article Showing Early Days of AAA Pedestrian-Blaming Campaign
  • LA County Wants to Turn a Parking Lot Into a Park, Culver City Objects (Culver City Times)
  • LA Wants to Know if Your Apartment Will Pancake in the Next Earthquake (LA Times)
  • The City by the Bay is Officially Begrimed by Bike Share Stations (SF Streetsblog)
  • San Francisco Bike Thief Nailed With Flying Ice Cube (SF Streetsblog)
  • Protected Bike Lanes Could Have Saved a Cyclist From a Vehicular Assault (NBC Chicago, Storify)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill