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Ease on into the weekend with a throwback to the Ovarian Psycos’ first Clitoral Mass ride. Sahra Sulaiman/Streetsblog L.A.

  • Former L.A. Councilmember José Huizar to be sentenced Friday morning (KTLA); The fall of an Eastside Hero (Boyle Heights Beat)
  • Former Councilmember Mark Ridley-Thomas files appeal with 9th Circuit in Pasadena (Spectrum)
  • LAT endorses Nithya Raman for CD4 (LAT)
  • Hahn initiative aims to improve mental health outreach on Metro (Spectrum)
  • SoCal sees two ‘thousand-year’ storms within weeks. More could be coming (LAT)
  • Column: The lithium revolution has arrived at California’s Salton Sea (LAT)
  • Car crashes killed more people than homicides in Los Angeles last year (LAT)
    • Four injured after three-car crash involving LAFD truck in Palmdale (CBS)
    • 5 arrested for staging hit-and-run crash, making phony insurance claim in Ontario (CBS)
    • Arrest made in hit-and-run that left Burbank bicyclist critically wounded (CBS)
    • Man found guilty in DC road rage murder of 6-year-old Aiden Leos (KTLA, CBS, LAT)
    • Self-driving company Cruise under investigation (WaPo, NPR)
  • More on the new bill that would require speed-limiting devices in California cars (LAT
  • Homeless counts get underway (LB Post, LAT)
  • More Renters Than Ever Before Are Burdened by the Rent They Pay (NYT)
  • L.A. County wants affordable housing for parking lot at 725 N. Spring Street in Chinatown (Urbanize)
  • Here’s how Long Beach could change its rules for ADUs, home additions this year (LB Post)
  • 250,000sf studio campus planned at 3701 W. Stocker Street in Baldwin Hills (Urbanize)
  • New York City public housing is getting less public. How does that affect residents? (NPR Code Switch)
  • ICYMI: The women who masterminded the Montgomery Bus Boycott (NPR Code Switch)

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