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Morning Scoop: Sent home from summer camp, late-night voting, condo fizzle

July 27, 2009 |  9:41 am

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Good morning from the City Desk. A sampler of California stories from today's Los Angeles Times:

Flu-like symptoms have sent hundreds of kids home from camp this summer, and it may just be a harbinger for the start of school.

Sacramento columnist George Skelton says it's time to put an end to legislators voting on bills after dark.

L.A. County prosecutors have launched a probe into robocalls used during the campaign for district attorney.

Environmentalists are very concerned about what might happen if a racetrack popped up next to the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve.

In downtown San Diego, the condo frenzy has fizzled.

We'll be at a news conference this morning about the man arrested in the slaying of 17-year-old Lily Burk in downtown Los Angeles. We'll bring you other news as we get it.

-- Nita Lelyveld

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