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It’s Super Tuesday, Mar. 3 And Here Are The Stories We’re Following Today

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Here’s what else we’re following:

Covering Today:

  • The ports of L.A. and Long Beach may be laying off people due to decreased trade caused by coronavirus, reports David Wagner.
  • Mariana Dale reports on a preschool in the San Fernando Valley that’s working with teachers to help students cope with trauma.
  • Libby Denkmann has your reality check on why California may take a bit of time to count votes and determine winners.
  • Stay right here on The LATEST for full coverage of local elections, with reporters at voting centers, election parties and local hotspots to talk to candidates and stakeholders alike.
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