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9:03 AM PST on November 2, 2020

    • L.A. County Reporting High Numbers Of COVID Cases (Eastsider, LAT, Daily News)
    • The Appeal On Past, Present, and Future Of the District Attorney's Office
    • Activists Protest UCLA Allowing LAPD Use of Jackie Robinson Stadium (Daily Bruin)
    • New Union Station Patsaouras Busway Station Open (NBC4, The Source)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Two, Injures Two In Whittier Crash (Whittier Daily News)...Two Killed, Four Hospitalized In Long Beach Freeway Crash (Daily News)...One Dead, One Critically Injured In Head-On Crash In Northridge (Daily News)
    • Cyclist Killed In Venice Bicycle-Snatching (NBC4)
    • Contested Chatsworth Supportive Housing Project Files Plans (Urbanize)
    • L.A.-Vegas High-Speed Rail Fails To Sell Bonds (, Bloomberg)
    • Ground Broken On New Phase Of Wilmington Waterfront Park (Urbanize)
    • Alissa Walker On Hollywood Target A Husk No More (Curbed)
    • Cities Are Boarding Up In Anticipation Of Election Night Protests (Curbed)

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