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Good morning -- Here's what's happening

-Bernard Parks puts campaign on hold upon death of his father (LAT)

-Smelling smoke? Firefighters battle a fire in the Duarte area. (KNBC)

-Housing prices in Los Angeles fell 26.7% in the year ending in August (LAT's LA Land Blog)

-Schwarzenegger calls back legislators for emergency budget session (LAT)

-Jury selected for Spector murder trial, part II (LAT)

-Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could be called to testify in the public corruption trial of former Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona (OC Register)

-And for that inspiring photography from along our coast... (Here in Malibu)

--Shelby Grad

 
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