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- A car to car shooting left one injured in Silver Lake on Monday.
- Live in Venice, the South Bay or elsewhere in California's 36th District? A deep look into the Democratic candidates on transportation and cycling issues.
- In response to the deadly 2008 Chatsworth train crash that left 25 dead and over one hundred injured and thought to be caused by an engineer who was texting, a federal agency now wants to ban cellphone use by all commuter train personnel.
- Parking at Cedars-Sinai: "It's not the medical bills that are gonna bankrupt me--it's the damn parking lot."
- The non-partisan state legislative analyst issued a report today urging politicians to delay tax breaks and raise taxes and fees to avoid cuts to health and welfare programs in Gov. Schwarzenegger's budget plan.
- KNBC's Vice President of Content is no longer in his position. The news comes after an LA Times columnist ripped the newscast apart for being fluffy.
- Maria Elena Durazo was reelected to head up the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor. The LA Times calls the group the "county’s largest labor group and a political powerhouse."
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