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Getty Fire Update, Gavin Newsom on State's Wildfires, Katie Hill Resignation




Firefighters try to save a home on Tigertail Road during the Getty fire, Monday, Oct. 28, 2019, in Los Angeles, Calif. (AP Photo/ Christian Monterrosa)
Firefighters try to save a home on Tigertail Road during the Getty fire, Monday, Oct. 28, 2019, in Los Angeles, Calif. (AP Photo/ Christian Monterrosa)
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We get the latest details on the Getty Fire. Plus, what happens now that Katie Hill is resigning. And, we speak with California's Governor about how the state is responding to the fires. 

Getty Fire

The latest updates on the Getty Fire.

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Katie Hill Resignation

On Sunday, Katie Hill announced she will resign from Congress because of an ethics investigation into an alleged inappropriate relationship with a staffer.

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George Gascon

Former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon may be announcing today that he’s running for the same job in Los Angeles. His effort to unseat incumbent DA Jackie Lacey will likely draw national attention. It marks the biggest showdown to date in the battle to define the future of criminal justice reform in the U.S. KPCC crime and safety reporter Frank Stoltze reports.

Uber LAX

 If you're flying in to LAX and hoping to catch a taxi - or an Uber or Lyft those sorts of curbside pickups will no longer be allowed starting at 3 a.m. tomorrow. Instead, travelers who want to leave the airport using a ride hail or cab will need to go to a new terminal called LAX-it. The terminal can be reached with a new shuttle service, or by walking. 

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Governor Gavin Newsom on California Fires 

The state is on fire, from Los Angeles to Northern California, and communities are looking to state leaders to offer guidance and answers. Take Two checks in with Governor Gavin Newsom to see what solutions and tactics the state is pursuing and more. 

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Robert Evans 

Hollywood lost a legend over the weekend. Film producer Robert Evans died Saturday, he was 89. Evans had a brief acting career but in 1962 he became a movie producer, using some of the money he had built up selling women's apparel in the 50s. It would be an understatement to say that things started to move really fast for Evans. Five years later he became the head of production at struggling Paramount Pictures where he turned things around quickly for the studio overseeing hits such as Rosemary's Baby and The Godfather. 

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