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Screengrab from Nick Andert’s LAX explainer video

  • LAist Publishes Hidden Report Showing Homelessness Sweeps Ineffective
    • Council President Krekorian Doth Protest (LAist)
  • LAT Opinion: L.A. Now Paying Price For Tough On Crime Era
  • LAT Op-Ed: Don't Gut Affordable Housing Incentives
  • Metro Updates Community On Santa Clarita 5 Freeway Widening Construction (SC Signal)
  • Metro Transit Free On Election Day Tomorrow (LAT, NBC4, ABC7)
  • Councilmember Kevin de León Sent Million-Plus Mailers Last Year (L.A. Public Press)
  • Carnage: Apparent DUI Driver Kills Three People In Pomona Crash (LAT, SGV Tribune, KTLA, ABC7)
    • Driver Killed Crashing Onto 101 Freeway In Downtown L.A. (2UrbanGirls)
    • Two Seriously Injured As Driver Crashes Onto 134 Freeway Near Griffith Park (LAT, KTLA, ABC7)
  • Glendale PD Arrests Three People For Street Racing (KTLA)
  • Current and Future LAX Projects (Nick Andert YouTube)
  • Big Oil Unhappy About CA Cities Banning New Gas Stations (LAist)
  • Climate Crisis Spurs Extreme Weather: CA Blizzard (LAist), TX Wildfire (CBS)

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