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8:31 AM PDT on May 7, 2021

    • Curbed's Alissa Walker Interviews Striding Superhero Peatónito
    • Research Links Traffic Related Pollution To Markers For Cardiovascular Disease In Children (USC Env Health Ctrs)
    • Sheriff’s Officials Refuse To Name Deputy Who Killed Fred Williams III (LAT)
    • Sheriff's Dept Responds To Video Of Lancaster Arrest, Protest Planned For Friday (AV Times)
    • Court Says OK For LAPD To Have “Psychologically Tortured” 13-Year-Old To Get Confession (Witness L.A.)
    • Air Quality District Looks At New Warehouse Rules (LAist)
    • Cedillo Motion Would Expand DASH In Highland Park-Glassell Park (Eastsider)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills One, Injures Three In Crash In Palmdale Area (AV Times)...Driver Arrested In Fatal Sun Valley Crash (Daily News)...Four Injured, One Critically In Hollywood Car Crash (WeHoVille)
    • Driver Crashes Truck Into Santa Clarita Firehouse (SC Signal)
    • Activist Urge Less Funding To LAPD, End To Oil Drilling (Daily News)
    • Affordable Housing And Education Center Planned For Little Tokyo Site (Urbanize)
    • El Monte Prepares Purchased Hotel Sites For Project Homekey (SGV Tribune)
    • L.A. City Approves $25M To Three Measure HHH Challenge Projects (Urbanize)
    • So. Cal Ride-Hail Prices Soar As Demand Returns Faster Than Drivers (ABC7)

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