Archive for September, 2015

Dodgers feel the letdown in San Francisco the day after clinching NL West

Don Mattingly described what happened to the Dodgers on Wednesday night as a symptom of human nature.

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Lakers’ Nick Young says he’s learned from struggles, still ‘Swaggy P’

Get ready for Kobe Bryant at small forward. And the return of Nick Young, as loquacious and shot-hoisting as ever. The doors opened to the Lakers’ first scrimmage of the season and Bryant wasn’t at shooting guard.

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Lakers’ Nick Young says he’s learned from struggles, still ‘Swaggy P’

Get ready for Kobe Bryant at small forward. And the return of Nick Young, as loquacious and shot-hoisting as ever. The doors opened to the Lakers’ first scrimmage of the season and Bryant wasn’t at shooting guard

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Angels’ itinerary still up in the air as playoff chase continues

The Angels’ next game in Anaheim could be Monday. It could be a week from Sunday

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Angels’ itinerary still up in the air as playoff chase continues

The Angels’ next game in Anaheim could be Monday. It could be a week from Sunday.

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Man convicted of murdering Santa Ana woman who witnessed gang shooting

A Garden Grove man was found guilty this week of murdering a woman whose body was dumped near the Newport Bay Bridge off Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach. An Orange County Superior Court jury also convicted Irvin Tellez, 27, of the attempted murder of another woman on the same night two years…

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Now standard in the Tesla Model X: A bioweapon shield

Buying a Tesla comes with some unusual perks. Like falcon doors . And “ludicrous mode.” And now, protection from bioterrorists

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Angels’ playoff hopes take hit in 8-7 loss to Oakland Athletics

If the Angels only have four days left in their season, this is the day that will haunt them. Four errors. Seven unearned runs

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Transplant bliss

Photographer  Jim Newberry and Melissa Young, both originally from Chicago, now live in Los Angeles.

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U.S. backs Afghan forces battling Taliban at Kunduz as fighting spreads

The U.S. military launched airstrikes and rushed special forces advisors to Kunduz on Wednesday as the Afghan army struggled to retake the strategic provincial capital from the Taliban and fighting spread outside the city, a crisis that is forcing the White House to rethink plans to withdraw most..

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