Posts Tagged ‘tuesday’

High school boys’ basketball: Tuesday’s City playoff results and updated pairings

CITY BOYS’ BASKETBALL OPEN DIVISION Consolation semifinals, Tuesday Taft 67, Narbonne 56 El Camino Real 63, Gardena 55 Championship semifinals, Saturday at Venice #5 Washington vs. #1 Fairfax, 7:30 p.m

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USC’s controversial $215-million settlement with gynecologist’s victims moves forward

As federal regulators continue investigating USC’s handling of a campus gynecologist accused of sexual abuse, the university is pressing forward with a $215-million class-action settlement with former patients.

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High school girls’ water polo: Tuesday’s Southern Section playoff results and updated pairings

SOUTHERN SECTION GIRLS’ WATER POLO DIVISION 1 Consolation semifinals, Tuesday San Marcos 11, Mater Dei 10 (OT) Dos Pueblos 10, Newport Harbor 9 Championship semifinals, Wednesday at Heritage Park (Irvine) #4 Foothill vs. #1 Laguna Beach, 7 p.m.

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High school girls’ soccer: Tuesday’s Southern Section playoff results and updated pairings

SOUTHERN SECTION GIRLS’ SOCCER DIVISION 1 Quarterfinals, Tuesday JSerra 3, San Juan Hills 0 Villa Park 4, Aliso Niguel 0 Harvard-Westlake 3, Cypress 0 Los Alamitos 2, Newport Harbor 0 Semifinals, Saturday #4 Villa Park at #1 JSerra #2 Los Alamitos at Harvard-Westlake DIVISION 2 Quarterfinals, Tuesday …

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Three West Hollywood council members urge mayor to resign amid harassment allegations

Three of West Hollywood’s five City Council members on Tuesday called for Mayor John Duran to resign amid allegations that he sexually harassed fellow members of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. In similar statements posted to their individual Facebook pages, Lindsey Horvath, Lauren Meister…

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Trump isn’t ‘thrilled’ with border deal, but says he doesn’t expect another shutdown

President Trump on Tuesday said he was “unhappy” with the border security funding agreement crafted by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, throwing the fate of the spending plan into question days before the government would shut down again. “I can’t say I’m thrilled,” Trump said at the White House…

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L.A. County Supervisors vote to replace Men’s Central Jail with mental health hospital

Los Angeles County supervisors narrowly approved a plan Tuesday to tear down the dungeon-like Men’s Central Jail downtown and build at least one mental health treatment facility in its place. The new plan modifies an existing $2.2-billion proposal that would have created the Consolidated Correctional…

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Dave Roberts, Dodgers open spring training with plenty of questions to answer

The Dodgers’ 2019 season unofficially launched at 11 a.m. local time Tuesday, hours after pitchers and catchers reported for spring training at Camelback Ranch

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‘El Chapo’ found guilty. The Mexican drug lord faces ‘a sentence from which there is no escape’

Joaquin Guzman, the Mexican drug lord known as “El Chapo,” was found guilty Tuesday in an international narcotics smuggling trial that marked a triumph for the U.S. Justice Department and a steep fall for a brutal narco legend who ruled with a diamond-encrusted pistol on his hip

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Clayton Kershaw on baseball’s free-agent freeze: ‘It’s not great for the game’

Spring training kicked off for several teams across the majors Tuesday with Bryce Harper, Manny Machado and several other high-profile players still unsigned on the free-agent market , extending a trend from last year that has placed the sport’s future in question and spawned increasing public criticism…

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