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8:29 AM PDT on June 18, 2020

    • Metro Hosts State Of the Agency Presentations (The Source)
    • Despite Some Protections, Landlords Evicting Blacks and Latinxs (KTLA, LAT)
    • LAPD Chief Does 180, Supports Non-Armed Response To Non-Violent Calls (LAist)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills One Flipping Car Into Silver Lake Storefront (KTLA, LAist, Biking in L.A., Eastsider, LAT)...10 Freeway Crash Kills Three In Ontario (SGV Tribune)...Suspect Arrested In 2019 Fatal Wrong-Way Crash In Newport Beach (LAT)
    • Driver Flips Car On South L.A. Residential Street (Reddit)
    • Inclusive Action Now Certified Community Development Financial Institution To Serve Vendors
    • Beverly Hills And Long Beach Plan To Streamline Mixed-Use Development (Urbanize)
    • L.A. County Plans To Streamline Housing In Unincorporated Areas (Urbanize)
    • Park To Playa Pedestrian Bridge Taking Shape (Urbanize)
    • CiclaValley And Daughter Bike Through UCLA
    • L.A. Resets Parker Center Redevelopment Process (Urbanize)
    • Court Tosses Out San Diego Climate Plan, Deems It Unlawful (LAT)
    • Orange And Ventura Counties See COVID Spread After Reopening (LAT)

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