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9:21 AM PST on November 16, 2022

    • Election 2022: Bonin, Frazier & Walker Review Results (What's Next L.A.? Podcast)...Sheriff: Villanueva Concedes To Luna (LAist)...LB Mayor: Price Concedes To Richardson (LB Post)...L.A. City Council: O'Farrell Concedes To Soto-Martinez (Eastsider, Daily Breeze)...Pasadena Rent Control Measure H Wins (Pasadena Now)
    • Sheriff Deputies Will Not Face Charges In Kizzee Shooting (LAT, LAist)
    • Glendale Planning Transit-Oriented District By Rail Station (Urbanize)
    • Caltrans Repairs Restore Lane To 5 Freeway In Castaic (SC Signal)
    • Barragán Touts Delivery Of Federal Infra Funds, Including Electric Buses (2UrbanGirls)
    • BNSF Plans Large Rail Facility At Ports (LB Business Journal)
    • Carnage: South Whittier Driver Strikes Jogging Sheriff Trainees, Seriously Injuring Five (LAT, Daily News, LB Post, KTLA)...Suspended License Driver Kills Two People In San Jacinto (Daily Bulletin)...Motorcyclist Injured In Sand Canyon Crash (SC Signal)...Homeowner Sues Over Actress Heche Crash (LAT)
    • Veterans Sue For More Housing At Westwood VA (LAT)

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