Rescue: A closer look at the people, cameras and maps used to find and rescue 13-year-old Jesse Hernandez after he fell into an old network of sewers and drains in Griffith Park. Now, officials will look at why the abandoned maintenance building where Hernandez fell through a wooden plank into the sewer pipe has been left standing for about three decades after it was decommissioned. L.A. Times
Sewer Video: Footage from one of the videos used to help locate Jesse Hernandez shows what it was like in one of the sewer pipes that run underneath Griffith Park and along the L.A. River. Daily News
Grand Opening: Officials dedicated a new 50-unit Boyle Heights affordable apartment complex on E. First Street near Soto Street. The $21.2 million project included the relocation and renovation of a 121-year-old Victorian house and the return of seven families who lived in homes and apartments that were demolished to make way for the new apartment building. NBC 4
Gentrified: An 89-year-old woman who was forced to move out of her rented bungalow of 55 years is one of the many Lincoln Heights residents who have been pushed out by a wave of gentrification. L.A. Times
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