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9:43 AM PDT on July 5, 2022

    • Progressive Challenger Eunisses Hernandez Unseats Councilmember Gil Cedillo (LAT, Eastsider)
    • Metro Launches Transit Ambassador Program (LAT)
    • Metro To Land Bank Near Future Stations To Curb Gentrification (Daily News)
    • Griffith Park Opens Newly Car-Free Street (Daily News, NBC, KABC)
    • LACBC Urges Mayor Garcetti To Veto 'Chop Shop' Motion (Biking in L.A.)
    • Metro/Caltrans Open Added 5 Freeway Lane Near OC (Whittier Daily News)...this $2B freeway widening tore out neighborhoods - 423 full parcels demolished
    • Carnage: 3 People Killed, 6 Hurt In Winnetka Car Crash (Daily News, LAT)...Final Arguments In Case Against DUI Driver Who Killed 3 People (LB Post)..."Body Hit" By Several Drivers On 110 Freeway (Daily News)...Driver Crashes Into Utility Box, Cutting Power To Part Of Stevenson Ranch (SC Signal)...Driver Crashes Into Echo Park Utility Pole (Eastsider)
    • Driver Who Strayed Into A Line Right-of-Way Injured In Long Beach Train Crash (LB Post)
    • LAT's Skelton Doesn't Like Adjusting Gas Tax For Inflation, Blames CA Dems

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