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    • Late-Breaking Calendar: N. Figueroa Hit-and-Run Victim Vigil Today 6 p.m. (Facebook)
    • More On Gold Line Construction Completion, Turnover To Metro (SGV Tribune)
    • BikePortland Interviews LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds
    • Leimert Park Plans On Revitalization With Metro Crenshaw Connection (Wave)
    • Metro Passes Universal Community College Student Pass Motion (Move L.A.)
    • Metro Approves Safety Study For Metrolink Railroad Crossings (The Source)
    • 5 Freeway Construction Closes L.A. River Bike Path At Griffith Park Through 2017 (Caltrans)
    • Study: Obesity Declining In CA Kids, Less So For Latinos and Blacks (KPCC)
    • California Air Cancer Risk Down Due To Regulation (LAT)

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