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  • UCLA Football: Sean Sheller to have season-ending surgery Tuesday

     
    UCLA offensive lineman Sean Sheller will have surgery to repair two broken bones in his left arm on Tuesday. Sheller, a sixth-year senior, was injured against Texas when his arm was caught between two helmets on a play near the......
  • Examining Kobe Bryant's knee: There are hopeful signs

     
    Kobe Bryant: Until he actually tests it throughout the NBA season, there's no real answer to the questions about how well will Kobe Bryant's surgically repaired right knee hold up. For the time being, however, there are several signs suggesting that...
  • Live review: Iceage at the Echo

     
    Iceage is much better than your teenage punk band ever was. At the Echo Sunday, they played searing cuts such as "New Brigade" and "Broken Bone" with the basement-show abandon of a quartet having the best time out of high school they could have possibly...
  • Fish and Game Q&A: May a photo be taken with a 'no-take' fish before it is released?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: I fish in Southern California and have......
  • Fedor Emelianenko skipped voluntary hospital visit after Silva loss

     
    Despite initial reports, Fedor Emelianenko did not visit a hospital or seek additional medical attention before his leaving the U.S. on Monday evening after his second-round defeat against Antonio Silva on Saturday at Strikeforce “Fedor vs. Silva&#...
  • Wildlife experts suspect intentional cruelty behind recent string of seagull injuries in Orange County

     
    Wildlife rescuers at the Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center in Huntington Beach say they suspect intentional cruelty to animals in the injuries of 22 seagulls found in Orange County over the past month. The birds were all found with broken......
  • Columbian mammoth remains, thousands of other fossils found while building LACMA parking structure

     
    Imagine you're minding your own business, building a subterranean parking garage, and discover that you have stumbled upon 16 new fossil deposits including a mostly complete adult mammoth skeleton. That's exactly what happened to the Los Angeles County...
  • Fluoride in drinking water: Will the EPA get tougher?

     
    Environmental health groups are now looking to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to impose tougher standards on fluoride in drinking water, building on a decision Friday by the federal Department of Health and Human Services to lower the...
  • Lakers Roundtable: Denver Post's Benjamin Hochman breaks down Lakers-Nuggets matchup

     
    You may recall one glorious April morning earlier this year where I introduced Lakers Roundtable - a segment that featured the opposing team's beat writer and gave all the Lakerholics in this corner of the blogosphere an idea on how enemy matches up....
  • Fractured bones will keep Kings' Willie Mitchell, Alexei Ponikarovsky out a while

     
    The Kings took a double injury hit Monday when they learned that defenseman Willie Mitchell has a fractured left wrist and left wing Alexei Ponikarovsky (pictured at left) has a fractured finger, injuries that occurred during the team's 4-1 victory......
  • Aron Ralston – the Real Story

     
    Aron Ralston outlines during a May 8, 2003, news conference how he deliberately broke the bones in his right arm before sawing through it. His mother, Donna, is at right. Photo by Associated Press May 3-9, 2003: For anyone wondering......