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4 to Watch: Reward Offered for Information Leading to Hit-and-Run Driver That Killed Holocaust Survivor

A 91-year-old Holocaust survivor was killed in a hit-and-run. His family is looking for answers and police are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the driver.

Below are four stories to read today on nbcla.com

Hit-and-Run Driver Kills a 91-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Who Was Crossing a Valley Village Street

Gennady Bolotsky was hit by a white pickup with a camper shell as he was walking his beloved dog Leela at Magnolia Boulevard and Wilkinson Avenue before dawn Monday, police said. "No one deserves this, especially not my grandpa who came and survived literally everything," said the man's granddaughter. Read more about the family man and beloved neighbor here.

Teenager Rescued From Montecito Mudslide Sings National Anthem at Dodger Stadium

Lauren Cantin, 15, was rescued from the Montecito mudslide after being buried alive for six hours last year. She's been using it to heal since last year when the mudslide not only swept her away, but also took the lives of her father and her brother.

Metro Blue Line and Expo Line Stations Will be Closed for 60 Days

Renovation work on the Metro Blue Line will spill over to the Expo Line Saturday, when a downtown stretch of the line is halted for two months.

Surfer Unveils New Tool to Help Clean Up Beaches, Harbors in SoCal

A surfer from Australia has come up with a brilliant new plan for helping clean up our precious oceans — the Seabin, a device that works like a pool skimmer to clean up the muck and trash found along our coasts.

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