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9:29 AM PST on March 1, 2021

    • County Ramps Up COVID Vaccinations (Daily News)
    • New Fears of Next COVID Wave as Case Declines Slow and Variants Grow (LAT)
    • Critics Rally To Recall District Attorney George Gascón (CBS, LAT, Daily News)
    • Ride-Hail Interests Critical Of L.A. City Requiring Data (Daily News)
    • Will L.A. Finally Take FEMA Money For Project Roomkey? (KNOCK-LA)
    • L.A. Podcast Recaps Metro Security, Service Restoration Issues
    • City of Maywood Plagued By Corruption (LAT)
    • Rose Rios Push To Use Pandemic-Emptied Buildings To Shelter Unhoused (LAT)
    • L.A. Considers Requiring More Affordable Housing In Coastal Zones (Urbanize)
    • Bunker Hill L.A. Discovers A Surviving Historic Bunker Hill House
    • Metrolink Receeves $13M Grant For Palmdale/Lancaster Safety...NBC4 Runs Story With Palmdale/Lancaster Story With Photo Of Compton Station
    • L.A. Moves Street-Sweeping To Every Other Week (LAT)
    • Scofflaw Driver Caught Using Mannequin To Game Carpool Lane in Glendora (LAT)
    • 2028 Olympics Will Bring Policing and Surveillance (KNOCK-LA)

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