Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Bill Plaschke: Russell Westbrook Is Welcome Home If He Puts His New Lakers Teammates First
LOS ANGELES — Welcome home, Russell Westbrook! Well, maybe. Yeah, possibly. OK, we’ll see. The Lakers either won an 18th championship or started an 18-alarm fire Thursday when they acquired the tempestuous Westbrook from the Washington Wizards for Ky
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Angels Fall Back To .500 With 4-0 Loss To Oakland
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Angels want to take that next step forward. They want to string together wins, start vaulting teams in the American League wild-card standings and prove they are something better than what their record says they are. But, withou
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
More Than 40 Structures Burn And Thousands More Are Threatened As Dixie Fire Keeps Growing
A growing number of homes and structures have been destroyed by the Dixie fire, which on Thursday continued to swell as crews struggled to gain a foothold on the flames. More than 40 structures have burned in the monstrous fire, and another 10,700 re
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Dylan Hernandez: Even With Fans At Some Events, The Olympic Spirit Remains Elusive In Japan
RIFU, Japan — Signs along the highway warn of the predator that roams the forest: the Asian black bear. Bear attacks are somewhat common in Japan, with more than 140 reported over a six-month period last year. This part of the country is familiar wit
Los Angeles Times5 min de lecture
Michael Hiltzik: Ivermectin, Another Bogus COVID Treatment, Becomes A Darling Of Conspiracy-mongers
Amid all the confounding features of the COVID-19 pandemic, one stands out: We have vaccines of established efficacy against the disease that millions of Americans have shunned for partisan reasons, and nostrums of obvious ineffectiveness that millio
Los Angeles Times5 min de lecture
The Best Sports Story You’ll Encounter This Weekend Is Not At The Olympics
“100 Foot Wave,” which began Sunday on HBO and will continue for another five weekly episodes, is (mostly) the vividly told, highly engaging and idiosyncratic story of Garrett McNamara, surfer, and his quest to ride the biggest waves possible. It’s a
Los Angeles Times1 min de lecture
DELETED: Helene Elliott: U.S. Men Gymnasts Have Outside Shot At Medal In Tokyo Games
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Los Angeles Times2 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Man Climbs Atop Knott's Berry Farm Tower, Drawing Police To Amusement Park
LOS ANGELES – A shirtless man scaled a tower that stands over 300 feet at Knott's Berry Farm on Saturday night, drawing police and emergency responders to the Orange County, California, amusement park. Staff at Knott's Berry Farm first noticed a man
Los Angeles Times2 min de lectureCrime & Violence
LAPD Orders Crowd To Disperse During Protests Over Transgender Rights At Koreatown Spa
LOS ANGELES — Dueling protests outside a Koreatown spa over transgender rights Saturday prompted a large police response and resulted in more than a dozen arrests. LGBTQ activists gathered outside the Wi Spa on Saturday morning to counter a protest a
Los Angeles Times9 min de lecture
Bigotry Confines Their Trans Daughter At Home. Her Parents Worry What She'll Do When They're Gone
LOS ANGELES – He starts his shift before dawn working three industrial fryers at a frozen food factory. Jose Morales lifts a basket of burritos out of one vat of oil, hangs it to dry and dunks another in, all day juggling hot metal that has left mott
Los Angeles Times12 min de lecture
Illegal Pot Invades California’s Deserts, Bringing Violence, Fear And Ecological Destruction
LOS ANGELES — Before his corpse was dumped in a shallow grave 50 miles north of Los Angeles, Mauricio Ismael Gonzalez-Ramirez was held prisoner at one of the hundreds of black-market pot farms that have exploded across California’s high desert in the
Los Angeles Times5 min de lecture
The Olympics Are Coming. COVID Infections Are Rising. Was Japan's Strategy The Right One?
SEOUL, South Korea – In a week's time, the now-anachronistically named 2020 Olympic Games will finally get underway. It's a moment Japan has long been preparing for — since March of last year, when the Tokyo Games were pushed back because of the pand
Los Angeles Times1 min de lectureCrime & Violence
7 Jail Staff, 2 Inmates Hospitalized In Altercation At Pitchess Detention Center
An altercation at a Pitchess Detention Center dormitory Thursday afternoon sent seven jail staff and two inmates to the hospital, officials said. The incident at the Castaic facility began when deputies were conducting security checks inside one of t
Los Angeles Times2 min de lecture
Dodgers Doomed By Bullpen Woes And Errors In Loss To Diamondbacks
LOS ANGELES — The schedule provided a nice runway for the Los Angeles Dodgers this weekend, a chance for a road-weary and pitching-thin team to cruise into the All-Star break with three home games against the worst team in baseball, except the Arizon
Los Angeles Times2 min de lecture
Review: ‘Running Against The Wind’ And Into Uncertainty
“Running Against the Wind” is purportedly based on real events, and it’s sloppy and sort of random enough to be true. Abdi Getachew (Ferhane Beker) and Solomon Tefera (Alamudin Abduselam) grow up best friends in rural Ethiopa. After Solomon’s father
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Blake Treinen’s Wild Pitch, Will Smith’s Error Cap Another Dodgers’ Loss To Marlins
MIAMI — The Dodgers gave Tony Gonsolin the ball with one assignment: to pitch as deep into Tuesday’s game as possible. The Dodgers, down to four starters with Trevor Bauer on leave, were bracing for a bullpen game Wednesday. They needed innings from
Los Angeles Times9 min de lecture
6 New Boozy Barbecue Sauces To Make All Summer Long
During the past year, I turned to a daily cocktail (or two) to help get through the pandemic (just me?). I experimented with syrups and bitters, perfected my orange twist and went through many bottles of booze. But now that the world is opening back
Los Angeles Times6 min de lecture
Sculptor Kenzi Shiokava, Who Transformed Discarded Wood Into Magnetic Totems, Dies At 82
LOS ANGELES — Kenzi Shiokava, who died June 18 at the age of 82 from chronic conditions exacerbated by injuries related to a recent car accident, became a sculptor more by chance than intention. It was the early 1970s, and he was completing his fourt
Los Angeles Times2 min de lecture
Review: 'Kid Candidate' Shows Politics Isn't A Joke
Hayden Pedigo didn't plan on running for a seat on the Amarillo City Council in 2019. As the amiable documentary "Kid Candidate" chronicles, Pedigo, then 24, decided to pursue politics after a lo-fi prank video went viral, prompting him to wonder wha
Los Angeles Times1 min de lecture
At Least 9 Hurt In Big Explosion Where Illegal Fireworks Were Seized By LAPD
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles police responded Wednesday night to a major explosion in South Los Angeles where they had confiscated more than 5,000 pounds of illegal fireworks earlier in the day. At least 9 people were injured and some buildings were dam
Los Angeles Times1 min de lecture
Minority Shareholder Philip Anschutz Agrees To Sell His Stake In Lakers
LOS ANGELES — Billionaire Philip Anschutz, the founder of AEG and owner of Staples Center, has agreed to sell his stake in the Lakers, sources confirmed to the Los Angeles Times on Friday night. The deal, first reported by Sportico, is to an unknown
Los Angeles Times6 min de lectureEarth Sciences
California’s Drought And Wildfire Dangers Rising At Stunning Pace
California’s drought and wildfire conditions are accelerating at unprecedented rates, according to state officials, and residents should brace for a summer of widespread burning and mandatory water conservation measures in some regions. As reservoir
Los Angeles Times1 min de lecture
Jason Kidd In Talks With Dallas Mavericks About Coaching Job
Jason Kidd, a Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach for the last two seasons, is in negotiations to become head coach of the Dallas Mavericks, according to people who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. Kidd became the top candidate for
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Ohtani Homers Twice, Cobb Bounces Back In Angels 11-3 Blowout Of The Tigers
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Angels scored runs in all sorts of ways on Friday, blowing out the Detroit Tigers 11-3 in their most lopsided win of the season. They were patient early on, drawing walks in the second and third innings that eventually turned in
Los Angeles Times7 min de lectureMedical
Michael Hiltzik: UC Regents Appear Poised To Surrender To Catholic Healthcare Restrictions
For more than two years, the University of California has grappled with how to manage proposed partnerships between UC medical systems and hospitals that impose restrictions on healthcare on religious grounds. That process is about to come to an end.
Los Angeles Times3 min de lecture
Mexico To Play Two World Cup Qualifiers Without Fans Due To Use Of Homophobic Chant
Mexico's national team will play its first two home matches in World Cup qualifying without spectators, a penalty for its fans' use of an anti-gay chant during last spring's pre-Olympic tournament in Guadalajara, the country's soccer federation annou
Los Angeles Times2 min de lecture
MSNBC News Writers And Producers Seek To Unionize With WGA East
Writers and producers at MSNBC and Peacock news commentary channel "The Choice" are looking to unionize with the Writers Guild of America, East. The 315-member bargaining unit, which would include writers, producers, booking producers, fact checkers
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecture
Gov. Newsom Sees Political Fortunes Rise As California Reopens
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As Californians streamed into Universal Studios behind him, an unmasked and unusually jovial Gov. Gavin Newsom declared Tuesday that the state was reopened and finally ready to “turn the page” after a tough year. And as he ends C
Los Angeles Times5 min de lectureAmerican Government
With Voting Rights Bills Fizzling In Congress, Can Harris Convince Voters To Care?
WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris held her highest profile event since grabbing the helm of the White House’s voting rights efforts earlier this month, meeting with a group of rogue Democratic state lawmakers from Texas Wednesday to highlight
Los Angeles Times5 min de lecturePolitics
As Biden Narrows Focus, 'Dreamers' Try To Stay Optimistic
LOS ANGELES — Maria Lopez was skeptical when President-elect Joe Biden announced early in the year that he would send a groundbreaking legislative package to Congress that would overhaul U.S. immigration policy and offer a pathway to citizenship for
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