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8:57 AM PST on December 22, 2015

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    • U.S. Army Corps Signs Off On Ambitious L.A. River Habitat Plan (KCET)
    • Summing Up Exide's Criminal Lead Pollution Tragedy, Extended Vid (LAT)
    • Opinion: Cheap Oil's Detrimental Impacts (LAT)
    • Pershing Square Park Re-Design Competition: Four Finalists Announced (Curbed, KPCC)
    • Photo Tour Of South L.A.'s Jordan Downs Housing (NationSwell)
    • Renderings Of DTLA's Figueroa And Olympic Mixed-Use Oceanwide Plaza (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: One Person Killed In Multi-Vehicle Crash On 110 Freeway (Pasadena Star News)...Advice For Driving In the Rain: "Slow Down" And "Drive Normal" (LAT)
    • No Leniency For Volkswagen's Deadly Diesel Crimes (SBCA)
    • Metro: "politicians will ultimately have to choose between bus riders and motorists... from the beginning of time until the present... motorists have largely won that battle" (The Source)

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