Archive for May, 2018

Police try multiple PIT maneuvers during bizarre, slow-speed chase in San Fernando Valley

A driver led Los Angeles police on a bizarre, slow-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley late Thursday, stopping and going several times as the car’s rear bumper dangled off.

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Police try multiple PIT maneuvers during bizarre, slow-speed chase in San Fernando Valley

A driver led Los Angeles police on a bizarre, slow-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley late Thursday, stopping and going several times as the car’s rear bumper dangled off. The pursuit began about 10:15 p.m. at Wilbur Avenue and Sherman Way in Reseda, where police suspected the person of..

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Two road workers die after getting struck by a car while setting up a sign in Orange

Two road workers died Thursday night after they were struck by a car while setting up a digital road sign in Orange, police said. The collision occurred shortly before 9 p.m. near the intersection of Chapman Avenue and Jamboree Road, said Orange Police Sgt

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Newcomer wins National Spelling Bee after 4-time participant botches ‘Bewusstseinslage’

The end of the biggest Scripps National Spelling Bee in history came abruptly, and it wasn’t the conclusion that many expected. Naysa Modi, a poised and charismatic four-time participant whose long spelling career seemed to be building toward triumph, sat next to a newcomer whom she had already..

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Bruins rally to chop down Florida State in opener of Women’s College World Series

The mob of teammates was waiting as Kylee Perez pranced down the third-base line. Some bent over to watch Perez step on home plate while others leaped giddily a few feet away. Everyone then closed in on Perez in a joyous crush of bouncing bodies

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Bruins rally to chop down Florida State in opener of Women’s College World Series

The mob of teammates was waiting as Kylee Perez pranced down the third-base line. Some bent over to watch Perez step on home plate while others leaped giddily a few feet away. Everyone then closed in on Perez in a joyous crush of bouncing bodies.

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Nola shuts down Dodgers as Phillies spoil Kershaw’s return

Clayton Kershaw’s highly anticipated return to the Dodgers’ rotation may be more of a cameo appearance.

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Nola shuts down Dodgers as Phillies spoil Kershaw’s return

Clayton Kershaw’s highly anticipated return to the Dodgers’ rotation may be more of a cameo appearance. The ace left Thursday’s 2-1 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies after throwing 62 pitches over five ho-hum but effective innings because of tightness in his troublesome lower back, an injury that…

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MLB: Joe Mauer still having issues

Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer has not been able to shake his concussion-like symptoms since hurting his neck three weeks ago.

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MLB: Joe Mauer still having issues

Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer has not been able to shake his concussion-like symptoms since hurting his neck three weeks ago. Mauer’s return to the lineup hit another road block while working out before Minnesota’s game against Cleveland.

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