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9:14 AM PST on January 18, 2023

    • LAT Editorial: We're Careening Toward Climate Disaster...Metro: Look At These Cute Polar Bears While We Widen Freeways (SBLA)
    • L.A. City Council Considers Renter Protections (LAist)
    • LAPD Killing Keenan Anderson Sparks Push To Take PD Out Of Traffic Stops (LAT, LAist, Daily News, KTLA)
    • Apply To Serve On Pasadena's 710 Freeway Stub Working Group (Pasadena Now)
    • L.A. County Studying How To Make Altadena Streets Safe (SGV Tribune)
    • Vets Claim Metro Anti-Vet In VA Station Artist Selection (LAT)
    • El Segundo Downtown Plan Could Include Housing, Walk Street (Urbanize)
    • Pasadena Hosting Meeting For Input On Sierra Madre Blvd Rainwater Capture (Pasadena Now)
    • Reopening Of Amtrak San Clemente Tracks Delayed Until Late March (LAT)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Pedestrian In Santa Ana (2UrbanGirls)
    • 3 Alternatives For Natural River Park At Taylor Yard (Urbanize)
    • After Medical Incident, Bicyclist Dies On Sidewalk In Reseda (2UrbanGirls)

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