Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, October 4. An accident that left two women dead in Valley Village is being investigated by the district attorney's office.
On Aug. 22, the women were electrocuted after they tried to help at the scene of a solo car crash. The driver may face charges, reports Patch.
L.A. City Councilman Tony Cardenas is looking to make an area of Van Nuys more attractive to businesses and their customers by shortening the metered street parking hours, reports the Daily News.
L.A. Weekly reviews Al Amir, a Lebonese restaurant in Valley Village, where "The mezze here, essentially Middle Eastern tapas, are worth the visit alone."
Glendale aproved some changes in outdoor smoking laws this week that will increases the number of smokers outdoor restaurants can hold. Glendale News-Press
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