Feb. 24, 2020
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Thousands are at Staples Center for the memorial for the Lakers star and his daughter, who were killed along with seven others last month in a helicopter crash.
Attorneys for Vanessa Bryant filed a wrongful death suit against the company that operated the helicopter that crashed and killed Kobe Bryant and eight others.
Fans without tickets to the Kobe Bryant memorial at Staples Center arrived in Los Angeles anyway, hoping to attend and wanting to be here to honor him.
Two hours before the Kobe Bryant memorial began, thousands of fans had already begun to gather in the chilly morning air outside Staples Center.
The Kobe Bryant memorial begins at 10 a.m. and is expected to conclude by 1 p.m.
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The onetime mogul was convicted of two of five counts in the high-profile case that was entwined in the #MeToo movement. He did not testify in his own defense, but has insisted that his encounters with his accusers were consensual.
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As coastal cities in California fight to defend their homes and roads from sea level rise, the small city of Marina is taking a different path, banning seawalls and adopting a policy known as managed retreat.
Jim Mattern was once called the desert’s “best last hope.” That was before he was convicted of conducting unauthorized national parks tours, and banished from Death Valley and Joshua Tree.
L.A. ballots have been fully redesigned, thousands of neighborhood polling places have been replaced by fewer regional voting centers and once there, Angelenos will use new touch-screen devices.
Bernie Sanders has unleashed a lot of big personalities to represent him. They don’t always stay on script. That could create problems in the next phase of the campaign.
Tesla’s Autopilot and other driver-assist systems might enhance safety, but manufacturers can keep the data under wraps.
George Gascón is getting millions from progressive activists, while incumbent Jackie Lacey is being funded by law enforcement unions.
The 20-year-old rapper, whose legal name is Bashar Barakah Jackson, was fatally shot last week inside a Hollywood Hills home he was renting.
Hughes’ past included motorcycle and car racing and a Guinness World Record for jumping a limousine off of a ramp.
Forecasts throughout the region show highs will leap more than 10 degrees from Monday to Thursday, with temperatures hitting the mid-80s in some inland areas.
Grace Glenn achieved the first leadoff perfect 10 on beam in NCAA history, but another perfect score by Utah’s Abby Paulson stymied UCLA’s chances of winning.
Katherine Johnson, a mathematician on early space missions who was portrayed in the film ‘Hidden Figures,’ has died.
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Over the course of UCLA’s five-game winning streak, the Bruins have demonstrated they can compete with the best the Pac-12 has to offer.
The Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scheme depended on real-time video transmitted to the clubhouse. MLB might ban the practice, a measure not all Dodgers support.
USC tries to rally from a 15-point deficit but falls short in a 79-65 loss to Utah that severely hampers their aspirations of making the NCAA tournament.
Cynthia Erivo, Jamie Foxx, Louis Gossett Jr., Lena Waithe and HBO’s ‘The Wire’ cast were honored at the 2020 American Black Film Festival Honors on Sunday.
Tessa Thompson and Adam Scott to lead LACMA’s March 4. live read of ‘The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,’ directed by Brett Haley and also featuring Kiersey Clemons, Kelly Marie Tran and Bridget Regan.
The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted criticism of fictional atrocities in new Amazon Prime series “Hunters,” starring Al Pacino. Creator David Weil responds.
At a weekend concert and at shops catering to hip-hop fans, the tragic deaths of young rappers from Pop Smoke to Mac Miller to Nipsey Hussle were front of mind.
Supporters of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have gathered outside a London courthouse where a judge is hearing a U.S. extradition case against him.
The Taliban has started a ‘reduction in violence’ period that could lead to the withdrawal of many U.S. troops from Afghanistan. But pitfalls are many.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad tendered his resignation to Malaysia’s king while his party quit the ruling alliance in a shocking political upheaval.
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