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9:06 AM PDT on April 10, 2023

    • More On Metro Lowering Volume On Anti-Unhoused Torture Music (LAist)
    • Pasadena 710 Freeway Stub Re-Do Committee First Meeting Is Tonight (Pasadena Now)
    • Boyle Heights Protest Demands Safer Streets (Biking in L.A., CBS)
    • Streets for All Launches Westwood Connected Campaign
    • Inglewood PeopleMover Drops Plans To Demolish Vons (Urbanize)
    • Police Arrest Suspect Who Stabbed B Line Rider In Hollywood (LAT, KTLA)
    • Metro Cut Late Night Rail Service, Because Regional Connector (The Source, LB Post)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Kills South L.A. Pedestrian (KTLA)...Pomona Car Crash Kills One, Injures Another (LB Post)...Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian In San Fernando Valley (Daily News)...Suspect Arrested In Fatal LB Hit-and-Run (LAT)...Suspected DUI Driver Kills One, Injures Two In Pacific Palisades (LAT)...Police Pursuit Crash Kills One, Hospitalizes Five People (LB Post)...Two People Killed In Suspected DUI Crash In Anaheim (KTLA)...Pedestrian Killed In Apparent Street Racing Crash In Fullerton (LAT, KTLA)
    • People Ride E-Bikes In Southern California (Daily News)

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