Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Dodger fans to face additional security screening; 80-year-old man goes missing from Highland Park street

City Terrace | The Eastsider

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MOrning Report

  • New security measures will require all fans entering Dodger Stadium to go through metal detectors before entering the ballpark. Dodgers
  • The Dodger Stadium Express shuttle begins service today at 10:10 a.m., with buses running from Union Station and the Harbor Gateway Transit Center. Metro
  • Why Dodger neighbors dread opening day. L.A. Times
  • An 80-year-old man has gone missing after being last seen on the 800 block of Cooper Avenue in Highland Park.  LAPD
  • No one was injured after a car flipped over Sunday night near Monte Vista Street and Avenue 52 in Highland Park. HHPNC

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  1. The opening day traffic was a nightmare. I don’t understand why there is no effort to get a metro line to the park.
    More than 40,000 people can visit the park on a given day. Why can’t we reduce the stress, the traffic, our
    carbon footprint. Get a metro line/station and add more green space and less asphalt. It would have to be a
    better experience for guests and residents.

  2. I really hope they do extra screening on these white hipster monsters in Echo Park. You can just let the hispanics in cause they never would cause any violence at Dodger Stadium. Man, gentrification has brought such violent monsters into our neighborhood!

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