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L.A. Times Morning Briefing

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September 23, 2020 4 min
It’s Wednesday, September 23rd. I’m Mary Regalado, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be mostly sunny, with a high in upper-80s and a low tonight of 62. Our top story: The share of Californians who tested positive for COVID-19 in the last week dipped below 3 percent. That’s what officials announced Monday. It’s a rare piece of good news for 40 million Californians, who are also contending with raging ...
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September 22, 2020 3 min
It’s Tuesday, September 22nd. I’m Kyle Sauerhoefer, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be partly sunny, with a high around 83 and a low tonight of 60. Our top story: The Los Angeles Police Department has used facial-recognition software nearly 30,000 times since 2009. That's according to records released to the Times. The new figures reveal how commonly facial recognition is used in the department...
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September 21, 2020 3 min
It’s Monday, September 21st. I’m Mary Regalado, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be partly cloudy, with a high near 83 and a low tonight of 62. Our top story: The coronavirus death toll in California has passed 15,000. That’s according to health data collected by The Times. Overall, California has more than 785,000 confirmed cases, the highest in the nation.
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September 18, 2020 3 min
It’s Friday, September 18th. I’m Mary Regalado, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be partly sunny and very warm, with a high of 91 and a low tonight of 67. The air quality will also continue to be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Our top story: Californians who contract COVID-19 at work will find it easier to get workers' comp benefits under a bill Governor Gavin Newsom signed yesterday.
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September 17, 2020 3 min
It’s Thursday, September 17th. I’m Kyle Sauerhoefer, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be sunny, hazy, and very warm with a high in the mid-90s and a low tonight of 68. The air quality will also be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Our top story: Investigative records released yesterday provide the fullest account yet of the 2019 boat fire off the Ventura County coast.
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September 16, 2020 3 min
It’s Wednesday, September 16th. I’m Mary Regalado, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be sunny, hazy, and warm with a high in the low 90s and a low tonight of 65. The air quality will also be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Our top story: California is seeing its lowest rate of positive COVID-19 tests since March. Overall, 3.5 (3-point-5) percent of tests were positive in the past week. That's abo...
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September 15, 2020 3 min
It’s Tuesday, September 15th. I’m Kyle Sauerhoefer, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be sunny, hazy, and smoky with a high around 88 and a low tonight of 65. Our top story: The presidential race became intensely focused yesterday on climate change. President Trump visited California, which has been dealing with communities on fire, evacuations, and curtains of thick smoke.
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July 28, 2020 3 min
It’s Tuesday, July 28th. I’m Kyle Sauerhoefer, and here’s your local news from The Los Angeles Times. Today will be partly cloudy, with a high of 83 and a low tonight of 61. Our top story: Governor Gavin Newsom said that he will send “strike teams” to 8 counties in the Central Valley where Latino residents have been disproportionately harmed by the spread of the coronavirus.
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