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9:03 AM PDT on July 27, 2020

    • Black Lives Matter Protestors Gather At Westside Federal Building In Solidarity With Portland (LAist)...Protests Reignite Across U.S. In Response To Portland (LAT)
    • Minor Injuries and Arrests At Downtown L.A. Protests (LAT, Daily News)
    • Protestors In Compton Demand Arrest of Sheriff Deputy Who Shot Andres Guardado (Daily News)
    • Sheriff Sexist Slur, Blood Money Accusations Ramp Up Conflict With Supervisors (LAT)
    • Less Lethal Weapons Still Blind, Maim and Kill (LAist)
    • Uber/Lyft Driver Death Raises Questions About Gig Company Liability (LAT)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Long Beach Bicyclist (Biking in L.A.)...Another Long Beach Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Security Guard (KTLA)...Freeway Crash Kills Man In Perris (SGV Tribune)
    • Two Injured In Northridge Crash That Sheared Power Pole (Daily News)
    • What Happens To Developments Caught In City Hall Scandal (LAT)
    • 2020 A Landmark Year For Investor Actions On Climate Change (LAT)
    • Metro To Kick Off G Line Bus Electrification Today (10:30 a.m. Garcetti Facebook Live)

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