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Extra, Extra: Gas Prices Gone Way Down
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- Gas prices have gone down in California... two-tenths of a penny. W00t!
- A Villaraigosa/Yaroslavsky mayoral slugfest in next year's election? Nope, sorry. Zev wants to stay County style, at least for now.
- A longtime Beatles friend and business associate, Neil Aspinall, has died of lung cancer. Earlier today, LAist visits Ruttlemania, a Beatles lover's dream.
- Updates have been added to this morning's Warner Center post. Last in: started by sparks from a welder's torch.
- Another update to an earlier post, this one where a car crashed into a Burbank post office. It was an 88-year-old lady who investigators believe mistook the brake for the gas.
- "We have an Eco-Village?" CurbedLA does a little schooling.
- Scary wrong way car crash in San Bernadino today: wrong-way driver ejected out of the car at impact, driver of other car with chest injuries and his passenger trapped between the floor boards and the dash.
- Oh, those crazy pictures Google catches on their maps street view function. This one from Chicago.
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