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9:09 AM PDT on April 1, 2022

    • Metro Struggles With Unhoused People On Transit System (LAT)
    • More On Crenshaw Partial Completion (Urbanize)
    • How LAPD Ties To Media Unraveled (LAist)
    • Inglewood People Mover Hearing Scheduled April 5 (2UrbanGirls)
    • Person Attacked, Robbed At Santa Clarita Metrolink Station (SC Signal)
    • Electric Cars In Demand, Supplies Short (LAT)
    • Redondo Beach, Torrance, Carson, Whittier Sue To Block S.B. 9 Housing Lot Law (2UrbanGirls, Whittier Daily News)
    • Why Do L.A. Mayoral Candidates Have So Little To Say About Climate? (LAT)
    • 157-Apartment Development Topped Out Near Wilshire/Western Station (Urbanize)
    • Construction Getting Underway For 127-Apartment Complex At Azusa Station (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: LAPD Names Person Of Interest In Deadly Echo Park Hit-and-Run (LAT, Eastsider)...Minor Injuries As Driver Parking Car Crashes Onto Top Of San Diego Ambulance (LAT)
    • More On East Hollywood DIY Crosswalks (LAist, NPR)

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