- Transportation officials are considering congestion pricing of 25 cents to $1.40 per mile for solo motorists who use high-occupancy lanes on the San Bernardino and Harbor freeways. LAT, Metro, Rand study
- Woman gets a ticket for having a yard sale in Gardena. Daily Breeze
- The Daily News, Long Beach Press-Telegram and Daily Breeze launched paid e-editions of their newspaper content. DN
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Westside development projects are being rammed through in Jack Weiss's final days on the City Council...the Coalition of L.A. City Unions will march at City Hall this morning to protest budget cuts. DN wires...the police union launched a campaign to get the public to oppose LAPD furloughs...two of three campaign finance charges against attorney Pierce O'Donnell were thrown out, the judge saying "the U.S. Attorney over-reached in an attempt to use the law far more broadly than its terms allow"....Ron Kaye wonders if success will change Carmen Trutanich...an audit released Monday found the county Probation Department exceeded its overtime budget by an average of 126 percent over the past five years....the first pot clinic hardship exemptions go to the City Council today...the Courage Campaign announced that Sarah Callahan will serve as Chief Operating Officer... StreetsBlog calculates that the Dodgers could lose as much revenue by offering free parking for the Oakland series as a shuttle bus would have cost for the season. Fuzzy math but apt point...David Holwerk stepped down as editorial page editor of the Sacramento Bee...KTLA's Eric Spillman blogged about that Doug Davis cartoon inspired by Spillman's colleague Lu Parker.
Singer Kenny Rankin died Sunday of lung cancer at Cedars-Sinai. He was 69...Tickets go on sale at 10 am only at www.kcrw.com/theblacklist for a July conversation between Elvis Mitchell, host of KCRW’s The Treatment, and actor Laurence Fishburne at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills....Aloud LA panel on "Smogtown: The Lung-Burning History of Pollution in Los Angeles" is tonight at the Central Library. I'm moderating and seats are available.