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  • Trinity League baseball camp to help Cory Hahn

     
    The Trinity League Baseball Camp for Cory Hahn has been organized to raise funds to help pay for medical expenses and physical therapy for the former Santa Ana Mater Dei standout who was injured during his freshman season at Arizona......
  • Wildlife rehabilitators still hard at work trying to help animal victims of Gulf oil spill

     
    NEW ORLEANS — A baby sea turtle escaped from the jaws of a shark, only to get stuck in oil spilled from BP's well in the Gulf of Mexico. A young dolphin apparently was attacked by his mother, then swam......
  • MIDDLE EAST: Arab media play down WikiLeaks reports of support for Iran war

     
    Well, this is awkward. Many of the same Arab governments that called for an investigation into U.S. war crimes based on the WikiLeaks Iraq war log continue to ignore revelations in the latest trove of leaked documents that show Arab......
  • Six California hospitals fined for medical record security breaches

     
    State officials have fined six California hospitals and a nursing home for failing to prevent unauthorized access to confidential patient medical information, according to a report made public Friday. California Department of Public Health officials...
  • Smart clothes: performance-enhancing duds

     
    Back in the day, a runner hit the pavement wearing cotton shorts and a cotton T-shirt, and when things got hot, sweat turned those clothes into a big, wet, stinky mess. Today, fitness clothing is all about nanoparticles that suspend moisture,...
  • Observations from Lakers' Wednesday practice

     
    This idea may prove short-lived, knowing most of the Lakers' practices aren't open to the media. Typically the doors open around when they're wrapping up. But when we are privy to a healthy portion of practice to notice some things, I'll be sure to take...
  • Kendry Morales ahead of schedule in rehab from broken leg

     
    Kendry Morales is "a little bit ahead of schedule" in his rehabilitation from a fracture in his lower left leg, and the Angels first basemen, who went down with the season-ending injury on May 29, expects a full recovery for......
  • Grizzly bear in maulings near Yellowstone was in poor condition, had parasites

     
    Hunger and internal parasites afflicted a grizzly bear that mauled three campers near Yellowstone National Park, but investigators said Monday those factors failed to explain such aggressive predatory behavior. The bear's late-night rampage through a...
  • Ducks' backups have answered the call on long trip

    Ducks' backups have answered the call on long trip
    The Ducks started their seasonlong eight-game trip by giving up a hat trick to Toronto's Phil Kessel and falling behind early en route to a loss at Montreal. After those two losses, the Ducks' seven-game win streak this month seemed a long-ago memory....
  • Ducks send banged-up Saku Koivu, Viktor Fasth home from road trip

    Ducks send banged-up Saku Koivu, Viktor Fasth home from road trip
    The Ducks on Monday sent center Saku Koivu and goalie Viktor Fasth home to Anaheim for evaluation and treatment of their injuries. Koivu was knocked out in Sunday’s 4-3 victory at Columbus – the fourth game of the Ducks’ eight-game...
  • Lakers wrap up China trip on a low note

    Lakers wrap up China trip on a low note
    SHANGHAI — All done with their trip to China, the Lakers are ready to be world-beaters when they return to Los Angeles. Or maybe they're just ready to be beat. "Don't hold us to a high standard on Tuesday when we play Utah," Coach Mike D'...