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SERIAL MURDERS-ARRESTS

ANAHEIM, California — Two parolees killed at least four women while wearing GPS trackers, and there may be more victims, a California police chief alleged Monday. By Gillian Flaccus. SENT: 720 words. AP Photos.

PULITZER-HISTORY

SAN FRANCISCO— The first time historian Alan Taylor won a Pulitzer Prize, he had just returned to his office at the University of California, Davis from a tennis match when the telephone started ringing with congratulations and interview requests. The surprise and slight panic Taylor felt 18 years ago repeated themselves Monday when the 58-year-old professor learned via a barrage of emails that he had a won a second Pulitzer for "The Internal Enemy," his book about the role slaves in Virginia and Maryland played in the War of 1812. By Lisa Leff. UPCOMING: 375 words.

SAN FRANCISCO-CHINATOWN CRIME

SAN FRANCISCO— The FBI plans to talk with San Francisco city leaders as part of its ongoing investigation targeting political corruption and an alleged organized crime syndicate in Chinatown, the agency confirmed Monday. An agent contacted Supervisor David Chiu's office last week, an aide said, seeking to speak with the supervisor about the ongoing probe that led to the arrest of state Sen. Leland Yee and 19 others in coordinated raids throughout the San Francisco Bay Area late last month. The FBI also has asked 10 other supervisors to set up voluntary, informal meetings with the agency, said Judson True, a legislative aide to Chiu, the president of the Board of Supervisors. By Garance Burke. SENT: 256 words.

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