Two earthquakes centered in Beverly Hills rattled the Southland and another dead bird found in the city tested positive for West Nile Virus. Read about that and more in the top stories from Sept. 2-8.
1. Two earthquakes centered in Beverly Hills shook the Los Angeles area. The first was listed as a and the second as a .
2. An off-duty Beverly Hills police officer was .
3. Mayor William Brien gave his at Greystone Mansion.
4. Beverly Hills Unified School District students will now be randomly selected each year and given 30 days to .
5. in Beverly Hills has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
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