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Even after Ryan Kesler scored a goal in his season debut last week, there was no telling just how much he had left. He was largely ineffective last season following hip surgery, and another grueling summer of rehab — driven by his unquenchable thirst to quiet the critics — was required just...

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Controversy swirled around the fourth game of the American League Championship Series between the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox long before Andrew Benintendi made a game-saving dive to end a 4-hour 33-minute battle of wills at Minute Maid Park. A man in a 1984 Republican presidential campaign...

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Former longtime Newport Harbor High football coach Jeff Brinkley, as well as former Edison and Corona del Mar tennis coach Tim Mang, were among 15 inducted into the CIF Southern Section Hall of Fame on Wednesday during a ceremony at The Grand Conference Center in Long Beach. Bob Johnson, who...

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Los funcionarios federales de salud están preocupados por el aumento de una rara y misteriosa enfermedad que afecta principalmente a los niños y puede paralizar los brazos y las piernas; hasta este martes se registraron 127 casos confirmados o presuntos de dicha condición. Sesenta y dos...

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The Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis team brought plenty of snacks to Wednesday’s key nonleague match at Rolling Hills Estates Palos Verdes Peninsula. Bagels were not one of the options, but CdM senior Kristina Evloeva still provided three of those. Evloeva swept 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 in singles,...

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México envió fuerzas federales a su frontera sur para intentar detener una caravana de inmigrantes hondureños que se dirige a Estados Unidos, luego de que el presidente Trump hizo un llamado a varias naciones latinoamericanas a detener la caravana constituida principalmente, por inmigrantes...

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The participation of the U.S. in next year’s Women’s World Cup was never really in doubt. That kind of certainty is owed to the world’s top-ranked national team, one that has never missed the tournament and has won it a record three times. But just to make it official, the Americans won their...

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Escalating his criticism of California’s fire management strategy, President Trump threatened Wednesday to withhold unspecified funding from the state. The comments at a Cabinet meeting were vague on details — but they nonetheless sent federal forest managers across the state scrambling to...

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Seeking more evidence in a string of shootings in and around Malibu Creek State Park, Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies and search and rescue personnel again scoured the trails and brush Wednesday. The search came as homicide detectives await ballistic testing to determine whether a man who...

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Nearly five years after Los Angeles politicians called for the city to legalize selling food and goods on its sidewalks, the City Council is hustling to pass rules before a new law goes into effect across California. L.A. has already eliminated criminal charges for vending amid fears that they...

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Few phrases elicit more eye rolls in the media business than the “pivot to video.” Starting two years ago, news organizations following the lead of Facebook Inc. scrambled to shift resources toward video under the assumption their audiences would abandon the written word for moving images on...

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A Sherman Oaks home where Hollywood actress and sex symbol Mae West once lived has come on the market for $1.1 million. Tucked behind hedges and fences, the Spanish-hacienda-style home dates to 1937, about five years after West made her first motion picture appearance in “Night After Night.”...

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