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Security at LAX Highest Since 9/11

Prompted by the national orange-level alert, local and federal authorities moved on several anti-terrorism fronts Tuesday in Los Angeles and raised security at Los Angeles International Airport to its highest level since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. No curbside drop-off or pickup will be permitted, effective from 5 a.m. today through Jan. 4, a measure that Los Angeles Mayor James K. Hahn called a precaution. All private cars will be diverted into central parking lots and banned from stopping at the curbs. Hahn nonetheless urged residents to “proceed with your holiday plans.” Full Story

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