After Warriors, Clippers looking to re-establish themselves

LOS ANGELES, CA-The Golden State Warriors have their identity. Smallball rule their world. Smallball is what has helped the Warriors to make three straight NBA Finals appearances. Smallball guided the Warriors to win two of the last three titles. They are the reigning NBA champs. The Los Angeles Clippers are still trying to find what […]

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Knott’s Scary Farm is your trick or treat ticket

BUENA PARK, CA-The spook is in. If you’re already spooked by haunted things, scary faces, creepy sounds, and all things as it relates to Halloween, Knott’s Scary Farm will eerily build on that chapter for you. Knott’s Scary Farm lives up to its name. If you have never gone through the Buena Park’s theme park’s […]

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Clippers lock up Pistons as offense sputters

Los Angeles-The Los Angeles Clippers played good enough defense to win their inter-division game against the visiting Detroit Pistons Saturday night at Staples Center. Their offense didn’t follow suit. Led by Patrick Beverly’s high-level defensive performance, the Clippers put the clamps on Detroit, holding the Pistons to just 33 percent shooting from the field. During […]

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LaDainian Tomlinson gives students the milk toast

Inglewood-Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson has a few tips for students: Listen to your parents, pay attention to what your teachers are telling you. They might want to eat healthy as well. These are the hidden tidbits that Tomlinson shared with students at Jefferson Elementary School recently as he spoke about his aspirations […]

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Under the Hill…Boo 2 and The Scary Way We Normalize Sex Trafficking

This weekend Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween topped the U.S. box office with $27.1 million dollars, and while there was enough scary evil little girls and crazy men promising chainsaw massacres to satisfy those anticipating a good fright, the real horror was the way that Grandpa Joe kept bragging about his “pimp” past […]

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Broncos feel Chargers rough rider edge

CARSON, CA-Pitching a shutout in the National Football League is about as easy as finding a needle in a haystack. It does not happen very often. The latest recipient of being blanked out from the scoreboard happened to be a team who is ranked No. 1 in the NFL in total defense: the Denver Broncos. […]

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Griffin and Clippers order takeout on Suns

LOS ANGELES, CA-So what have we learned about the Los Angeles Clippers through the first couple of games they’ve played at Staples Center? Well, we know they’re big. They’re long. They’re much more versatile as a team. They’re deep. The defensive energy is high. Considering all the mega-teams loaded in the NBA’s Western Conference, the […]

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Bruins’ slow-down approach ruffle Ducks’ feathers

PASADENA CA-At first, it looked liked the UCLA Bruins were going to run away from the Oregon Ducks in their Pac-12 Conference showdown at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Then it looked liked it was going to be one of those games where the last team with the ball will prevail. The Bruins opted to run […]

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Compton walk focuses on early breast cancer detection

Compton, CA-Some people turned out for the 6th Annual Compton Walk for a Cure event Saturday, Oct. 14 at Walton Middle School to share their own personal story of battling breast cancer. The deadly disease doesn’t just hit middle age women or attack the elderly. Men can come down it with. The young aren’t immune […]

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Chargers embrace the Mike Williams era

So what’s a bigger story this week for the Los Angeles Chargers? Facing AFC Division rival Denver Broncos? Earning a must-win road game in the Black Hole against the Oakland Raiders? Or that wide receiver Mike Williams made his official season debut? All of the above matter to Chargers coach Anthony Lynn and the Chargers. […]

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Trojans pull off the great escape against Utes

LOS ANGELES-Utah walked into the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum without ever recording a single win inside the legendary football and sports stadium. The Utes left the same way they came in Saturday night. For the USC Trojans, sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good. Sometimes it’s okay being good and being lucky. The Trojans […]

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A breakthrough for Chargers’ run game?

You knew eventually it was going to happen. It was just a matter of when and where. The description of the Los Angeles Chargers the past couple of seasons, including this one, has been summed up in 11 words. Too good. Too much talent. Too many bad breaks. This might be as good of a […]

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Clippers bring smiles and food to South L.A. families

LOS ANGELES-Every year, the Salvation Army and the Los Angeles Clippers Foundation come together to assist residents in need. The result has been a daylong process of standing in long lines with the reward of families and individuals receiving much-needed personal care items and a bag full of food. That’s not to mention the opportunity […]

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Darnold and Trojans regain their swag

LOS ANGELES-USC put on a dominant performance with a 38-10 win against the Oregon State Beavers at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. A week after falling to Washington State, the Trojans got 316 yards and three touchdowns from quarterback Sam Darnold to push back against the Beavers. USC piled up […]

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Minnesota’s Sylvia Fowles trades hardship for championship

MVP meet MVP. Minnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles didn’t really need any real introduction to the WNBA regular season most valuable player when her team began their championship quest against the Los Angeles Sparks. That’s because she see her everyday. What she sees these days is that the best player all season in the WNBA has been the […]

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