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8:14 AM PDT on September 16, 2019

    • L.A. Podcast Talks Nipsey Hussle, Featuring SBLA Editor Sahra Sulaiman
    • San Bernardino Transpo Head Wants To Cancel Gold Line To Montclair (SB Sun)
    • Metro Rail Operations Rough Friday, Weekend: Electrical Problems On Gold Line In Pasadena (The Source, CBS)...And Red Line in Hollywood (Twitter)...And Two Sites Along Expo Line - La Cienega (Twitter) and Pico (Twitter)
    • CA High-Speed Rail Gives Go-Ahead To Union Station Run-Through Tracks
    • High-Speed Rail Land Acquisition Difficult, Expensive (LAT)
    • Carnage: Cyclist Killed Riding On 405 Freeway In Long Beach (LB Post, Biking in L.A.)...East L.A. Driver Pleads Guilty To Deadly East L.A. Hit-and-Run Crime (Eastsider)
    • Driver Hits, Hospitalizes Crossing Guard and Pedestrian In Valley Glen (KTLA)
    • Former LB Transit Driver Gets Probation For Drunk Crash Hitting 14 Cars (LB Post)
    • Driver Smashes Through West Hollywood Parklet (WeHoVille)
    • Driver Smashes Into Canoga Park Starbucks (Daily News)
    • City Council Approves $38.7M For Westlake Affordable Housing (Urbanize)
    • Updated Plans Revealed For Crenshaw Crossing TOD At Crenshaw/Expo (Urbanize)
    • City Rejects Appeal Against 27-Story Tower Next To Chinatown Gold Line Station (Curbed)
    • In Hollywood, L.A. Opens 7th Bridge Housing Facility (LAT)
    • SUV Backlash In Germany (LAT)
    • Global Oil Prices Surge After Saudi Attack (LAT)

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