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A.M. News: The American West Goes Green and Gets Safe

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Green freeways last week. Green rooftops this week.

“I do charity work, but I don’t do charity work for major studios,” says Russell Crowe.

The New York Times takes a look at the Museum of the American West.

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7 banks have been robbed in downtown Glendale since July while city officials look at downtown area's future.

Under Secretary for the Preparedness Directorate, part of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), George W. Forseman said that the Los Angeles region is one of the most progressive and prepared regions in the country for addressing terrorism during a conference for TRIPwire.

Speaking of being safe...

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