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City Section needs help to find new media options

The decision of Spectrum to end its five-year deal covering City Section sports leaves uncertainty for the coming year. There's no one to televise championships in basketball, baseball or softball this season. And what about football this fall? John Aguirre, the City Section commissioner, told...

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    Skrillex's ambitions go beyond music to empire-building: Inside his Nest in Chinatown

    Electronic music producer Skrillex has over the last few months become an expert at dodging Chinatown traffic. The EDM hitmaker, who since his rise in the early '10s is responsible for massive, moment-defining records in collaboration with Justin Bieber, Diplo, Rick Ross and dozens of others, has...

  • Football: Loyola pulls off a remarkable comeback

    Football: Loyola pulls off a remarkable comeback

    It's becoming pretty clear that no matter how bleak things look and no matter how much adversity must be overcome, Loyola's football team won't quit until there's no time left on the clock. A week ago, down 18 points to unbeaten Cathedral, Loyola fought and clawed and rallied, only to lose, 21-19,...

  • Memorial to Armenian genocide unveiled in L.A.'s Grand Park

    Memorial to Armenian genocide unveiled in L.A.'s Grand Park

    Split in half, chiseled on one side and smooth on the other, the black rock memorializes not just the Armenian genocide, but also survival. Unveiled Saturday evening as the sun set over Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles, the Armenian Genocide Monument is ringed by metal bars embedded in the ground...

  • Discussions begin on making competitive cheerleading an official CIF sport in 2017-18

    Discussions begin on making competitive cheerleading an official CIF sport in 2017-18

    Commissioners from the 10 CIF sections in California met this week in Sacramento to begin discussions on making cheerleading an official CIF sport starting with the 2017-18 season. Coaches will need to be certified and trained about safety for the more than 9,000 students participating in competitive...

  • Former Dorsey athlete Breanna Clark wins gold medal at Paralympics

    Dorsey High has produced a gold medalist. Breanna Clark has won the women's 400 T20 at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. Her mother, Rosalyn, competed in the 1976 Olympic Games. Breanna is autistic and enrolled at Pasadena City College after graduating from Dorsey. Breanna competed in City Section...

  • Man accused of being 'Most Wanted' killer is set free after DNA shows he was the wrong man

    Man accused of being 'Most Wanted' killer is set free after DNA shows he was the wrong man

    After a 16-year search, the Los Angeles Police Department held a news conference this summer to announce it had captured a murder suspect on the department’s “Most Wanted” list. A woman had recognized his face after she logged into the wanted section of the LAPD’s website and called a tipster hotline,...

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