Monday, October 24, 2016

Morning Report: East L.A. robbers shoot man over bike; LA County-USC Medical Center attracting downtown homeless to Boyle Heights; Eagle Rock museum founder wins $100,000 grant


Mattress With A Message, Elysian Valley | Mattresstagging/Instagram

News & Notes:

  • A man was shot and robbed of his bike early this morning while waiting at an East L.A. Gold Line Station, reports NBC LA.
  • A survey of homeless persons living  on or near the grounds of the L.A. County-USC Medical Center found that many had migrated to Boyle Heights and Lincoln Heights  from downtown as the central city gentrifies, according to L.A. Now.
  • The LAPD Northeast Division said that 78 collisions between motorists and cyclists have taken place this year within its boundaries.
  • The founder of The Museum of Los Angeles, a small Eagle Rock exhibit space, has received a $100, 000 grant that will be used in part to find a new home, reports Los Angeles magazine.

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