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  • Matt Kemp says he won't 'mess up' Dodgers' chemistry

    Matt Kemp says he won't 'mess up' Dodgers'  chemistry
    As the Dodgers enjoy the best stretch of any major league team in 62 years, Matt Kemp is on the disabled list for the third time this season. The Dodgers are not sure when he might return, but Kemp said he would fit in perfectly fine when he does. "I...
  • Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly expects Matt Kemp back this season

    Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly expects Matt Kemp back this season
    The great unknown for the Dodgers this postseason is Matt Kemp. He’s been out for over two months with a sprained ankle and now a hamstring issue, and the clock says he is running out of time. But Tuesday, for the first time really, Manager...
  • Dodgers decide to activate Matt Kemp [Updated]

    Dodgers decide to activate Matt Kemp [Updated]
    This post has been updated. See details below. PHOENIX –- Matt Kemp looked tentative running the bases in an early workout before the Dodgers' game against Arizona, and Manager Don Mattingly said he didn’t know whether the team would...
  • For 19 fallen firefighters in Arizona, mourning and disbelief

    Kevin Woyjeck had firefighting in his blood. His father is a Los Angeles County Fire Department captain of nearly 30 years. Woyjeck followed in his footsteps, hoping to eventually work side by side with his dad, Joe Woyjeck. Kevin was part of the...
  • 5 members of fallen Arizona firefighting team had California roots

    5 members of fallen Arizona firefighting team had California roots
    Flags in Los Angeles County were at half-staff Tuesday to honor firefighters who died battling a blaze raging in Arizona. Nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew were killed Sunday when flames ravaging the evacuated town of...
  • Michael Jackson's son Prince to take stand in AEG trial

    Michael Jackson's son Prince to take stand in AEG trial
    In an appearance sure to bring out the paparazzi, the groupies and the just plain curious, Michael Jackson's eldest child, Prince, will testify Wednesday in a wrongful death suit, just a day after the fourth anniversary of the singer's fatal overdose....
  • Prince Jackson expected to testify about father's final hours

    Prince Jackson expected to testify about father's final hours
    Michael Jackson's eldest child, Prince, will testify Wednesday in the King of Pop's wrongful death suit. Prince, 16, is expected to testify about what he saw on June 25, 2009, the day his father died in the family’s rented Holmby Hills mansion. ...
  • Lakers trainer Gary Vitti: Kobe Bryant progresses, return unclear

    Lakers trainer Gary Vitti: Kobe Bryant progresses, return unclear
    Kobe Bryant is progressing from his Achilles' tendon surgery on April 13, but Lakers trainer Gary Vitti still doesn't have a specific return date for the All-Star guard. "We don't know yet. Kobe looks exactly the way he's supposed to look at this...
  • Four inventive workout basics

    Four inventive workout basics
    Hydration. Heart rate. Music. Compression and icing. Whether you get your workout on the running track, in aerobics class or on a bike, it's likely that some or all of this quartet of common workout accessories is part of your routine. With innovative...
  • Nash, World Peace, Meeks, Blake to miss Sunday's game for Lakers

    Nash, World Peace, Meeks, Blake to miss Sunday's game for Lakers
    The Lakers will be even more shorthanded for Sunday's playoff game against San Antonio than they have been, though that doesn't seem possible. Metta World Peace will miss Game 4 at Staples Center, along with Steve Nash, Steve Blake, Jodie Meeks and Kobe...
  • Freak injury forces Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes to retire

    Freak injury forces Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes to retire
    Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes retired from football Tuesday because of a freak injury that occurred while lifting weights. Nunes was lifting weights during a workout in February when he felt a pop near his right shoulder. Turns out that pop was...