San Fernando Valley roundup: Metro wants to put pedestrians on a bridge, Valley schools to get new magnet programs and NoHo costume store turns 100

Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, October 10. Does a bustling intersection near Universal Studios Hollywood need a pedestrian bridge?

A plan that costs nearly $20 million is drawing criticism, reports the Daily News.

A North Hollywood costume store turned 100 this week, Patch reports. The store has dressed stars from "Gone with the Wind" to "Mad Men."

Verdugo Hills High and Sun Middle School are slated to get new arts magnet programs, reports the Daily News. Sun Valley will focus on science and social issues, while Verdugo will focus on the arts.

A man who jumped from a Burbank Holiday Inn hotel was identified as a Van Nuys resident, reports the Burbank Leader. The investigation is still ongoing.

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

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