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9:06 AM PDT on April 5, 2022

    • LAPD Often Delays Providing Medical Aid After Shooting People (LAT)
    • Judge Orders Sheriff Villanueva To Testify In LASD Gangs Case (Daily News, AV Times)
    • More On DTLA 7th Street Streetscape Project (Urbanize)
    • More On Metrolink Restoring Service (LAT, ABC7)
    • Downey Restaurants Seek To Make Outdoor Dining Permanent (Downey Patriot)
    • Councilmember Raman Secures $1.7M For Homes For Unhoused Angelenos Along River (LAist)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Severely Injures Two Pedestrians In West Hollywood (WeHoVille)
    • E-Scooter Rider Injures Pedestrian In West Hollywood (WeHoVille)
    • E-Scooter Rider Severely Injured, Not Allowed To Sue Bird (LAT)
    • LAT Editorial: Oil-Funded Climate Research Is Problematic
    • LAT Editorial: Give Mountain Lions Safe Streets

Calendar extra: Wednesday 4/6 - Tomorrow Councilmember Raman and LADOT will host a special launch event for the new Riverside Drive protected bicycle lanes. Short program begins at 8 a.m., followed by a community reception and group ride. Meet at the Mulholland Memorial Fountain at Riverside Drive and at Los Feliz Boulevard.

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