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  • Metrolink Planning To Up Service This Fall (LAist)
  • More On El Sereno Eastern Avenue Multimodal Makeover (LAist)
  • Pedestrian Injured On Metro B Line Tracks At Hollywood/Highland (LAT, KTLA)
  • Montebello Blvd To Close For 42 Months For Grade Separation Construction (Whittier Daily News)
  • Griffith Park Fills Potholes On Car-Free Roads (SAFE)
  • Carnage: Garden Grove Hit-and-Run DUI Driver Crashes Into, Critically Injures Cycling Family (Biking in L.A., LAT, KTLA, KABC)
    • One Killed, Nine Injured In South L.A. Car Crash (LAT)
    • Person Killed In Head-On Crash On PCH In Malibu (LAT)
    • Person Killed In Streets Takeover Crash In Willowbrook (KTLA)
    • Ten People Injured, Two Critically, In Palmdale Crash (KABC)
    • Driver Killed Crashing Into Tree Off 710 Freeway Ramp In LB (LB Watchdog, LB Post)
    • Mountain Lion Killed Along 405 Freeway Near Getty (LAist)
  • Palmdale Welcoming High-Speed Rail Lines (Urbanize)
  • So Cal Weather: High Temperatures, Bad air, Scattered Wildfires (LAist)
    • Heat Records In So Cal, Southwest (KTLA)
    • Death Valley Temps At 128 Degrees (LAT)

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