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  • LAT Steve Lopez Tells Story Of Mirna Soza, Killed In Metro Stabbing
  • 50 People Injured - 2 Critically - When USC Bus Turned into Path of Metro E Line Train (LAT, Daily News, KTLA, KABC)
  • Metro Releases EIR For Eastside Light Rail Extension (The Source)
  • Carnage: Motorist Injured Crashing Off Angeles Crest Highway (KTLA)
    • Apparent DUI Driver Killed Turning Illegally In Front Of Truck In LB (LB Post)
    • Actor Sentenced 90 Days For 2023 DUI Crash (Pasadena Now)
  • LB Approves More Parking, Though No Structure, For Alamitos Beach (LB Watchdog)
  • SBLA Editor Joe Linton Explains Vermont Avenue Streetscape (LAT)
  • Santa Clarita Requires Development To Widen Copper Hill Bridge (SC Signal)
  • Feds To Require Automatic Emergency Braking In New Cars (LAist)
  • Santa Monica Unveils First Wayfinding Kiosk (SMDP)
  • Orange and White Lines Are For Freeway Drivers To Slow Down By Construction (KTLA)
  • How To Limit Your Exposure To L.A.'s Terrible Air (LAist)
  • Santa Monica Bike Month Events (SM Next)

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