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8:54 AM PDT on September 1, 2020

    • Sheriff Deputies Shoot, Kill South L.A. Bicyclist (NYT, LAT, NBC, Open Source Intelligence, Daily News)
    • CA Passes 5-Month Eviction Protection Legislation (LAT)
    • August Was Deadliest COVID-19 Month For CA (LAT)
    • Driver Deliberately Rams Into Shoe Store On Melrose (@yeezyqueue Twitter)
    • Curren Price Paved Way For Reef Billboards, Then Got Big Campaign Expenditures (LAT)
    • Metro Reforming Its Policing (Transit Center)
    • Equitable Eagle Rock Update: Attend Tonight's 7 p.m. Bus Rapid Transit Presentation (Change.org)
    • Mini-Permanent All Black Lives Matter Mural Painted On Hollywood (Daily News)
    • Carnage: Stolen Car Driver Kills Man In Gardena (Daily Breeze)
    • Inclusive Action Interviews Street Vendor Patty Archuleta
    • Rancho Palos Verdes Eliminating Public Parking For Coastal Open Space (Legal Planet)
    • Gehry The Grand Complex Is Halfway Done (Urbanize)
    • Take LADOT's Stresss-Free Connections Survey (Survey Monkey)
    • Take Metro's G (Orange) Line Sepulveda Station First/Last Mile Survey (The Source)

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