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9:19 AM PST on February 16, 2021

    • Melba And Aubrey Provost, Longtime L.A. Cycling Leaders, Interviewed in LAT
    • COVID Still Disproportionately Impacting Latinos (LAT)...COVID Is Widespread In ICE Detention Facilities (LAT)
    • LAPD Circulating Valentine That Mocks Killing Of George Floyd (LAT, LAist)...DA Gascón and Floyd Family Express Outrage Over Mocking (LAT, Daily News)
    • Gascón Seeks To Hire Former Rodney King Case Prosecutor To Prosecute Police (LAT)
    • Metro Narrows Plans For Sepulveda Pass Rail (Urbanize, The Source)
    • Metro Torrance Green Line Extension Tracking Closer To 2028 (Daily Breeze)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Man Crossing PCH Near Pacific Palisades (Daily News)
    • West Hollywood Considers Pedestrianizing Robertson On Weekends (WeHoVille)
    • 38-Home Mixed-Use Planned Along Crenshaw Line In Hyde Park (Urbanize)

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