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9:59 AM PDT on October 21, 2022

    • 3 Years Later, Ktown Still Waiting For Safety Upgrades Where Girl Was Killed (LAist)
    • Street Vendor Selling Balloons Struck and Killed When Two Vehicles Collided in Palmdale (KTLA)
    • DUI Driver Who Hit Multiple Canyon Country Vehicles Still At Large (SC Signal)
    • After hiding behind diplomatic immunity, U.S. diplomat's wife finally pleads guilty over fatal car crash that killed British teen in 2019 (NBCNews)
    • Affordable housing to replace LADOT parking lot at 216 Avenue 24 in Lincoln Heights (Urbanize LA)
    • Sheriff Villanueva is at war with nearly everyone. Will it cost him his job? (LAT)
    • Eunisses Hernandez unseated Gil Cedillo. Can she help solve L.A.’s political crisis? (LAT)
      • Speaking of the political crisis, watch the Fox News and L.A. Times' hour-long "L.A. in Crisis" forum held last night (LAT Twitter)
      • Protesters Remain Camped out at KDL's home (Fox11)
      • Newly elected Council President Paul Krekorian talks KDL's refusal to quit with Larry Mantle (AirTalk)
    • Life Was Built Around Snow. What Happens When It Vanishes? (NYT)
    • California Is Home to the Tallest, Largest and Oldest Trees in the World (NYT)
    • The Black-White COVID death rate flipped. Why? (WaPo)

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