Archive for June, 2018

Paul George agrees to remain in OKC before meeting with Lakers; Durant, Jordan and Paul agree to deals

Paul George won’t come home. Without even taking a meeting with the Lakers, the Palmdale native committed to stay with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to a source not authorized to speak publicly

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Dodgers fanned by Rockies pitcher German Marquez in 3-1 loss

For a team that could get swept by the Colorado Rockies on Sunday, the Dodgers were in a pretty chipper mood Saturday.

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Newport Harbor All-Stars fall to Tustin at PONY Mustang tournament

A late surge was not enough to overcome a forgettable start for the Newport Harbor Baseball Assn. Mustang All-Star team on Saturday in the PONY Mustang 9-and-under Section tournament at Currie Middle School in Tustin. Newport Harbor fell behind 6-0 over the course of the first three innings, a…

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Galaxy drop three goal lead in 3-3 draw with Earthquakes

Chris Wondolowski scored twice and the San Jose Earthquakes overcame a two-goal deficit to tie the Los Angeles Galaxy 3-3 on Saturday night in the second California Clasico of the season. Wondolowski tied it on a penalty kick in the 69th minute.

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Andy Murray is not the favorite at Wimbledon this year, but he’s glad to be playing

Everything’s changed for Andy Murray at Wimbledon this time.

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Adama Domande has LAFC’s first hat trick in 4-1 victory

Adama Diomande entered LAFC’s game against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday evening with an already-prolific tally of four goals in four games. As he came off to a standing ovation in the 75th minute at Banc of California Stadium, he’d improved that to seven goals in five games, scoring the first…

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Laguna crowd joins ‘Families Belong Together’ protests

A large crowd of demonstrators in Laguna Beach joined hundreds of thousands nationwide on Saturday in protesting the separation of undocumented immigrant families.

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Mexican voters going to the polls in historic elections that have been marred by vote-buying and violence

A few weeks ago, several political candidates came to Maria Salcedo’s door.

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An exhausted Tyler Skaggs exits after five innings, Angels rally to defeat Orioles 6-2

This time, finally, the injury news for the Angels was there was no injury. Tyler Skaggs was “gassed,” that’s all, leaving Saturday after five innings against Baltimore in a game the Angels came back to win 6-2

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Trump says he didn’t push House GOP on immigration vote. His tweets say otherwise

President Trump said Saturday that he never pushed House Republicans to vote for immigration bills that failed last week, offering his latest display of whiplash on the legislation. Trump tweeted from his New Jersey golf club that he didn’t press GOP lawmakers to support the plans because it wouldn’t…

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