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9:00 AM PST on January 19, 2023

    • Metro Completed Purple Line Extension Section 2 Tunnels Under BHHS (@metrolosangeles Twitter)
    • LAPD Tased Keenan Anderson 6 Times In 42 Seconds (LAT)
    • L.A. City Council Calls For Unarmed Mental Health Response (LAist)
    • Committee Sends Renter Protections To Full Council (Daily News)
    • Metro Hosting Sepulveda Transit Community Meetings Starting Saturday (The Source)...UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council Supports Heavy Rail (@AndrewDLewis Twitter)
    • West Hollywood Considers Protected/Extended Santa Monica Blvd Bike Lanes (Beverly Press)
    • New Bruce's Beach Plaque Set To Be Installed (Daily Breeze)
    • Former Councilmember Martinez Still Steering Sepulveda Basin Plans (KNOCK-LA)
    • LB Seeks Input On Expanded Street Vending (LB Post)
    • LB Limits Neighbors From Blocking Parklets (LB Post)
    • Metro North County I-5 Widening Closes To Replace Signage (SC Signal)
    • Carnage: Suspected DUI Driver Kills Two Cyclists In Rancho Cucamonga (KTLA)...Two-Car Crash Newhall Sends One Person To Hospital (SC Signal)
    • Rick Cole's Recommendations For Pasadena: 710 Stub, Streetcar, and More (Pasadena Now)
    • CA Duplex Law Resulted In Little New Housing, But Mostly Helped In L.A. (LAT)

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