Archive for April, 2015

Clippers dig deep to force deciding game with 102-96 win over Spurs

Doc Rivers walked a few steps onto the court in the closing seconds Thursday night, embracing Jamal Crawford.

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Clippers dig deep to force deciding game with 102-96 win over Spurs

Doc Rivers walked a few steps onto the court in the closing seconds Thursday night, embracing Jamal Crawford. The Clippers coach then exchanged low fives with DeAndre Jordan before his other stars, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, pumped their fists as they headed for a corridor inside the AT

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Ducks dominate the Flames from the start for 6-1 rout in Game 1

The Ducks’ regular-season, home-arena mastery against the Calgary Flames carried into the playoffs.

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Ducks dominate the Flames from the start for 6-1 rout in Game 1

The Ducks’ regular-season, home-arena mastery against the Calgary Flames carried into the playoffs.

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Land deal has been costly debacle for City of Industry

Four years ago, the City of Industry bought a collection of decrepit parcels along the San Gabriel River 20 miles away, with visions of transforming it into a recreational area for camping, hiking and picnics.

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Clippers force Game 7 at Staples Center with 102-96 win

The Clippers beat the San Antonio Spurs, 102-96, in Game 6 at AT

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Live updates: 2015 NFL draft

Join us here for pick-by-pick updates from the first round of the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago, where The Times’ Sam Farmer will be providing biographies on each player and giving his analysis of each selection.

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Senate Democrats prod Gov. Jerry Brown for more drought spending

Democrats in the state Senate want Gov. Jerry Brown to take swifter action to battle California’s drought, such as spending relief funds faster and prodding farmers to use water more efficiently.

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Voting rights for City of Industry property owners

To the editor: The article on the more than $326 million made by the family of Dave Perez, who stepped down as mayor of City of Industry in 2012, highlights the dangers of a city incorporated for industry that doesn’t allow the property owners any voting rights. (“City of Industry: What gives?,”…

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L.A. Port police chief indicted in alleged fraud scheme

The chief of police at the nation’s busiest container port was indicted Thursday on federal corruption charges that accuse him of hiding his business links to a software developer he was helping win a contract at the port.

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