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8:58 AM PST on March 7, 2022

    • Pasadena Installing Scramble At Colorado and Fair Oaks (Pasadena Now)
    • L.A. Seeks $197M To Finish L.A. River Bike Path (NBC4, Daily News)
    • Metro Hosting Eastside L Line Extension Meetings (Whittier Daily News)
    • Carnage: One Person Killed In Fiery West Covina Car Crash (SGV Tribune)...One Person Killed In 5 Freeway Crash In Downey (Downey Patriot, Whittier Daily News)...Police Seek Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed E-Scooterist In Koreatown (KTLA5)...Driver and Passenger Killed Crashing Into 710 Freeway Offramp Wall In El Sereno (Eastsider)...Driver Killed E-Bike Rider In Fullerton (Biking in L.A.)...Minor Injuries In Crash That Ejected Santa Clarita Driver (SC Signal)
    • East Hollywood's El Gran Burrito Torn Down For TOD Affordable Housing (Eastsider)
    • Pacoima Beautiful Launches Electro-Bici E-Bike Lending (@MaverickMPA Twitter)
    • Battle Over Harbor-Area Refineries Using Dangerous Chemical (Daily Breeze)
    • Average CA Gas Prices Now Over $5 Per Gallon (LAT)...In Inflation Adjusted Comparison, Gas Still Not Above Earlier Spikes (@safrazie Twitter)

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