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8:22 AM PST on November 28, 2018

    • Musk Sepulveda Tunnel Project Dead Due To Homeowner Org Lawsuit (LAT, NBC, ABC7)
    • Man Found Dead On Gold Line In Duarte, Suspect In Custody (ABC7, SGV Tribune)
    • Carnage: Redondo Beach 6-Vehicle Crash Kills Person (Daily Breeze)...Whittier Hit-and-Run Killer Caught In Australia (Biking in L.A.)
    • Reseda Boulevard Receiving $17M Upgrade (Urbanize)
    • Street Vending Set To Be Legalized In L.A. (ELACCDaily News)
    • City Announces Details For New San Pedro Bridge Housing (Daily Breeze)
    • PLUM Approves Historic Status For Old LAT Bldg, Redevelopment OK (Urbanize)
    • Ramparts Temple Hospital Razed, Site Being Redeveloped As Housing (Urbanize)
    • Anonymous Artist Is Upgrading Eastside Bus Stops (LAT)
    • ADU Construction Blocked Due To Power Lines (Curbed)
    • Black Friday Shows America's Sad Parking Glut (CityLab)
    • Alhambra Bans E-Scooters (SGV Tribune)...E-Scooters Arrive In Pomona (SGV Tribune)
    • More On CA's Scary New Climate Change Report (LAT)

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