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9:21 AM PDT on September 14, 2020

    • Sheriff Deputies In Riot Gear Surround Friday Dijon Kizzee Press Conference (LAT)
    • Gunman Shoots Two Sheriff Deputies At Compton Station Saturday (LAT, Daily News)...Deputies Expected To Survive, $100,000 Reward (LAT, Daily News)
    • Sheriff Deputies Raid Grand Park Homeless Early Sunday In Apparent Retaliation (KTLA, LAT)
    • Sheriff Deputies Arrest LAist Reporter Josie Huang Covering Protest (LAist, The Hill, LAT)...Huang Tweets Videos Showing Moments Before the Arrest (@josie_huang Twitter)
    • Q&A On Metro Studying Eliminating Fares (The Source)
    • DTLA Experiences Worst Smog In 26 Years (KTLA)
    • Carnage: Two Killed In Fiery Wrong-Way Car Crash On 110 Freeway In Harbor Gateway (ABC7)
    • Woman Found Dead At South Pasadena Metro Station (South Pasadenan)
    • COVID-19 Economy Hurts Latinos Worst (LAist)
    • L.A. Magazine Recaps the South Robertson Anti-Homeless Boulders Story
    • With California Wildfires Raging, Newsome Criticizes Trump For Climate Denial (LAT)

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