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Chávez Ravine in 1961, looking northeast. Source: LAPL collection; photo by Howard Kelly

  • Asm. Wendy Carrillo introduces bill to provide reparations to those displaced from Chávez Ravine (CBSNews)
  • L.A.’s political left looks to expand its power at City Hall (LAT)
  • Checking in on Phase 1A of the Pershing Square revamp (Urbanize)
  • Stay home, says Lake Elsinore. Superbloom is not imminent (KCAL News)
  • A warm, dry spring has U.S. forecasters worried about the upcoming wildfire season (NPR)
  • 101 to see lane closures as wildlife crossing is built in Agoura Hills (LAT)
  • Amtrak, Metrolink rail service through San Clemente to resume Monday (ABC7)
  • Places where cars shouldn't be: doing donuts in the L.A. River (Fox11)
  • Norco speeder punches 65yo neighbor in face after being told to slow down (Fox11; KTLA)
  • Hit-and-run driver kills unhoused man at 8th and Alvarado (KTLA)
  • We'd love to post links from the LB Post, but last week's shocking layoffs have roiled their newsroom and prompted their media guild to picket this morning. Solidarity! (LBMGuild tweet)

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