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    • How global warming changed the world of your childhood (ABC)
    • Caltrans audit finds waste (LA Times)
    • To "keep pedestrians safe," they will be prohibited on residential street where drivers like to cruise around looking at holiday decorations (Daily Bulletin)
    • SCAG recommends transportation - er, highway - improvements for Ventura County (Ventura County Star)
    • Marin groups challenge rule letting e-bikes on national park trails (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Planners say new bridge near Manteca will also benefit bikes, pedestrians (
    • Fallout from the Ghost Ship fire: Artists pushed out of Oakland (KQED)
    • Madera receives grant for housing, looks to revitalize downtown (ABC30)
    • Modesto man hit by three cars, killed; two drivers didn't stop (Modesto Bee)
    • Glendale braces for more granny flats (LA Times)
    • Even minimal density could yield millions of new homes (Zillow)
    • Parsing Uber's report on sexual assault (Urban Institute)
    • What role should carbon markets play in meeting Paris goals? Justice advocates argue against them (Inside Climate News)
    • How to fight online lies and chaos (The Verge)

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