Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Boyle Heights mourns 101-year-old man killed in hit-and-run; landmark nomination rejected for Los Feliz home


Hot Day Dawns, Montecito Heights | Martha Benedict

Morning Report

  • Jose Noriega, the 101-year-old man killed in a Boyle Heights hit-and-run, was run down as he was meeting  his 93-year-old old friend for an early morning walk. It was their daily routine for more than three decades.  L.A. Times
  • The driver arrested in connection with the fatal-hit-and-run of  Jose Noriega faces a four-year prison sentence if convicted. Daily News
  • The Cultural Heritage Commission rejected a historic landmark nomination for a century-old Los Feliz home designed by City Hall architect A.C. Martin.  The current owner plans to demolish the home for a new residential development.  L.A. Times

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One comment

  1. Carsmakepeoplestupid

    Only 4 years?!! I guess you can get away with murder if driving a car.

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