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  • Ducks go back indoors and lose to Minnesota Wild, 4-2

    Ducks go back indoors and lose to Minnesota Wild, 4-2
    Will the Dodger Stadium hangover merely be a 72-hour condition or can the Ducks manage to shake the malaise before it lingers? The Ducks started slowly, and sloppily, not showing the necessary urgency until falling behind by three goals in the third...
  • Hockey at Dodger Stadium

     
    Saturday night's matchup between the Kings and the Ducks at Dodger Stadium will be one of six NHL games played outdoors this season. It will be the first for Los Angeles and will feature the league's mobile refrigeration truck, which will keep the ice...
  • Baseball: Cleveland High to honor Bret Saberhagen

     Bret Saberhagen, a two-time Cy Young Award winner who threw a no-hitter in the City Section championship game for Reseda Cleveland in 1982 at Dodger Stadium, will have his uniform retired during a ceremony on Feb. 22 at 11 a.m. at Cleveland. The...
  • MLB takes hardball out of baseball

     MLB takes hardball out of baseball
    In the bottom of the 12th inning during Major League Baseball's All-Star Game in 1970, a spectacular collision took place at home plate. The National League's Pete Rose smashed into American League catcher Ray Fosse, hurling him backward into the dirt....
  • Pigs ears and vampiros: Jonathan Gold finds 7 good tacos with a surprise inside

    Pigs ears and <i>vampiros</i>: Jonathan Gold finds 7 good tacos with a surprise inside
    Can’t you just cruise down to the corner of Venice and La Brea, order a couple of tacos al pastor from the Leo’s truck, and be happy as a well-stuffed clam? (I’ll have mine con piña, por favor.) After a week in the godless confines of...
  • Suspect in fatal rampage at tribal hearing was known for bullying

    Suspect in fatal rampage at tribal hearing was known for bullying
    Cedarville, Calif. — Cherie Lash Rhoades’ temper was well known among the many small Indian tribes settled in Modoc County, tribal members say. One man said he started avoiding Rhoades after witnessing an outburst years ago when the two...
  • Dodgers tickets: How to purchase game seats

    Dodgers tickets: How to purchase game seats
    The Dodgers may have suspended season-ticket sales, but that doesn’t mean you'll be left at the gate when it comes to individual-game tickets. If you’re looking for tickets for a game at Dodger Stadium, here’s how to buy them:...
  • Letters: Dodgers strike out on cable TV

    Letters: Dodgers strike out on cable TV
    Re "A skirmish over Dodgers channel," Business, Feb. 18 As a lifelong Dodgers fan who grew up spending countless summer nights at Dodger Stadium and even more evenings listening to the majestic voice of Vin Scully, I hope Southern California's satellite...
  • Bell High School teacher arrested on sexual assault charges

    Bell High School teacher arrested on sexual assault charges
    Fifteen years after the alleged incident, a teacher at Bell Senior High School was arrested Friday on charges of sexual assault on a student, according to Los Angeles police and school officials. The assault allegedly happened in 1999 when the suspect,...
  • Doubt cast over circumstances of San Diego Marine's 2004 death

    Doubt cast over circumstances of San Diego Marine's 2004 death
    For nearly a decade the debate continued over whether Sgt. Rafael Peralta deserved the Medal of Honor for combat bravery. Conflicting physical and medical evidence were at the center of the dispute involving the Marine from San Diego, who was killed...
  • World War II Purple Heart recipient dies in L.A. house fire

    World War II Purple Heart recipient dies in L.A. house fire
    Francisco Hernandez was a fiercely independent man, refusing help from family and neighbors -- even firing Meals on Wheels -- as he moved into old age at his Mt. Washington home. So it's not surprising that the 89-year-old World War II Purple Heart...