‘Computer Glitch’ Wreaks Havoc With Air Travel in Calif.

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As many as 800 commercial airline flights bound for Southern California were diverted and all takeoffs from the Los Angeles area’s major airports were halted after radio and radar equipment failed for 3½ hours at a major air traffic control center in the Mojave Desert on Tuesday, reports the Los Angeles Times. The diverted flights
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