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9:25 AM PST on November 9, 2020

    • Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Win (Daily News, LAist)...How L.A. Electeds Might Depart For DC (Politico)...How Newsom Might Fill Harris's Senate Seat (LAT, Daily News)
    • Councilmember Ryu Concedes To Raman (LAT, Eastsider)
    • District Attorney Lacey Concedes To Gascon (LAist, NBC)
    • San Diego Elects First Time Democrat Majority County Supervisors (LAT)
    • L.A. County Reports 2000+ New COVID Cases Four Days In A Row (Daily News, LAT)
    • Car Crashes Dropped 42 Percent During COVID (Daily News, CBS)
    • Driver Who Drove Truck Into Black Lives Matter Protest Released On $10M Bond (NBC)
    • LAPD Chief Announces How Department Will Handle Modest Cuts (LAT)
    • Judge Terms L.A. City Homeless Response Disgraceful (Daily News)...New L.A. City Council Could Change Approaches To Solving Homelessness (LAT)
    • New Details On Vegas-Victorville High-Speed Rail (Urbanize)
    • South Pasadena Looks To Approve Climate Plan To Reduce Driving (Colorado Blvd)
    • Councilmember Mike Bonin Has A New Podcast: What's Next Los Angeles?

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