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CHP Sgt. Steve Licon’s commitment to fix problems put him in danger the day he died

When assigned Saturday, April 6, to Lake Elsinore to address traffic issues near the poppy fields, he refused to ‘sit’ and watch, a colleague says.

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Adam Schiff’s campaign cashes in on Trump feud with $1.8 million in first quarter

The quarter's top 20 fundraisers includes Rep. Katie Hill, who reported $607,751 in total receipts from Jan. 1 to March 31, the most among the five Southern California freshmen preparing to defend House seats they won from incumbent Republicans last November.

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Easter eggs: Brunch is egg-stra special at these restaurants

Any way you enjoy them — scrambled, over-easy, in an omelet or myriad other ways — eggs for many of us are a dish of choice anytime of the day. Call 'em the Perfect Food.

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L.A. plan would charge illegal pot shop owners for cost of killing their power

Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez on Friday introduced a motion stating that the cost of such enforcement actions includes "materials used to secure facilities, staff hours generated by those engaged in enforcement and other costs.

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DA forms task force to investigate horse deaths at Santa Anita for possible criminal wrongdoing

Jackie Lacey says the panel of experienced prosecutors and peace officers will determine whether 'unlawful conduct' or conditions' played a role in deaths of 23 horses.

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Walmart launches $48 Kidbox subscription service for children’s fashion

The style box will include about five fashion items for $48, about 50% off the suggested retail price of the bundled items.

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Report: WR Travis Benjamin, Chargers agree to 1-year extension

Speedy receiver will get a $3 million signing bonus, but the Chargers get some salary cap relief as his base salary for 2019 drops from $5.25 million to $1 million.

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Landry Shamet hits a go-ahead 3-pointer with 16.5 seconds left, and the Clippers stage the largest comeback in NBA postseason history to stun the two-time defending champs 135-131. Lou Williams scores 29 of his 36 points in L.A.'s 85-point second half.

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Joc Pederson walks off the Reds on a historic night for Dodgers

Pederson's two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth gives the Dodgers a 4-3 comeback victory on Monday night in Clayton Kershaw's season debut. Yasiel Puig homers and Matt Kemp gives the Reds a late lead in their return to L.A.

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Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger exits game after being hit by a pitch on his knee

The National League leader in batting average, home runs and RBIs was struck in the left knee by a 95-mph Luis Castillo fastball in the third inning and did not return.

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Alexander: Yasiel Puig remains a fan favorite, but Dodgers don’t miss him

Maybe the sting of being traded, coupled with the prospect of free agency, will lead to a monster season for Puig after six seasons of occasional greatness mixed with frustration, but he hasn't shaken his penchant for tardiness.

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Angels pitchers have rough night in loss to Rangers

Trevor Cahill and Cam Bedrosian had pitched well in the season's first two weeks, but each gave up four runs in the Angels' loss to the Texas Rangers.

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VIDEO: Harvard-Westlake coach Jared Halpert mic’d up during Mission League play

Here is a small, brief look and listen into how Harvard-Westlake coach Jared Halpert runs one of the best high school baseball programs in the country.

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Watch Yasiel Puig hit 2-run HR off Clayton Kershaw in Dodger Stadium return

Yasiel Puig hit a 2-run home run off Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw in the first inning to give the Cincinnati Reds a 2-0 lead.

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Warriors’ Kevin Durant apologizes for ejection following Game 1 moments with Clippers’ Patrick Beverley

The two-time NBA Finals MVP says he doesn't want to become “a huge distraction,” and appears to take Coach Steve Kerr's warning about technical foul accumulation to heart.

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