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CA High-Speed Rail Authority map of future L.A. to Anaheim section

  • Metro To Require Riders To TAP To Exit Subway At North Hollywood Station (The Source)
  • LAT Profiles Gomez Ramirez, Fatally Shot On Metro Bus In Commerce Last Week
    • KTLA Interviews Victim's Widow
  • Streets for All Alert Urges Support For West Hollywood Safety Improvements
  • Conflict Over Bellflower Site Metro Plans For Southeast Gateway Line Yard (Urbanize)
  • 18-Unit, 0-Parking Affordable Housing Breaks Ground In Historic Filipinotown (Urbanize)
  • Carnage: Willowbrook Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian (KTLA)
    • Gardena Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian (KABC)
    • LAPD Seeks NoHo Hit-and-Run Driver Who Injured Pedestrian (KTLA)
    • Valencia Driver Arrested Twice For DUI In 2 Weeks (Hometown Station)
    • Suspected DUI Driver Crashes Into Ventura Home (KTLA)
  • Culver City Starts Process For Raising Parking Meter Rates (CC Crossroads)
  • Pasadena Starts Process For Expanding Parking Meter District (Pasadena Now)
  • CA High-Speed Rail Plans L.A. To Anaheim Section (Urbanize)
  • California Can Make Polluters Pay For Climate Harm (LAT)

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