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9:22 AM PDT on August 31, 2020

    • L.A. County Reports 1,030 New COVID Cases, Hospitalizations Dropping (LAT)
    • Trump Supporters And Counter-Protesters Rally In Beverly Hills (LAT)
    • Protesters Sue Sheriff and County Over Abuses During Protests (LAist, Daily News)
    • Reliability Of Police Reports Coming Under Scrutiny (LAT)
    • Protesters Stage Surprise Die-In Protest At LAPD Chief's Home (@SamBraslow Twitter)
    • Whistleblower: Deputy Who Shot Guardado Was In Executioner Gang (@KateCagle Twitter)
    • Carnage: Sheriff Bus Driver Kills Pedestrian In Arleta (Daily News, LAT)
    • Metro Awards Sepulveda Rail Design/Environmental Contract (Daily News)
    • L.A. Driver Having Trouble Going Around Corner Bollards Downtown (Reddit)
    • Downey Extends Outdoor Dining Program (Downey Patriot)
    • Construction Begins On Historic Filipinotown Affordable Housing (Urbanize)
    • Metrolink Promotion: Kids Ride Free On Weekends (CBS)

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