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A.M. News: Does Anyone Really Work In This City?

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- LAX: After 15 years of little more than occasional face lifts, efforts to find common ground on an airport modernization plan are on hold again.

- Three Years Later: Paul was one of the students standing at the bus stop in front of Taft High in Woodland Hills after school on Sept. 9, 2003 - six days in to the new school year - when three gangbangers drove by and fired a semiautomatic weapon.

- The L.A. Life: "'I don't work Monday through Friday,' he says, telling me he hangs out at different restaurants and finishes up at his favorite bars, then sleeps in until noon." LA Times Columnist hunts down those people who hang out all day, but don't seem to work. He calls them the Latterati.

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Housing Market: "Two lenders put 100 properties on the [auction] block. By the end of the day, 93 had sold. Most of the properties were in fast-growing exurban and desert communities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties east of Los Angeles."

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