New water quality warnings developed for L.A. River; Highland Park crash victim ID’d; Boyle Heights student wins World Series tickets

Water Warnings: The city’s department sanitation has developed the first formal procedures to shut down the L.A. River for recreational use when dangerous levels of bacteria or other contamination are detected. The procedures were developed after officials failed to issue health warnings earlier this year when bacteria levels spiked in advance of a kayaking race. KPCC

Victim ID’d: The victim of last weekend’s car crash on Figueroa Street in Highland Park has been identified as 48-year-old Jose Lara. EGP News

World Series: The alumnus  of a Boyle Heights elementary school gave two World Series tickets to the winner of the school’s essay contest that asked contestants  they are a Dodger fans. NBC4

Lost in Echo Park: Friendly pit mix female 7 years old

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