Nov. 14, 2019
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Authorities captured a suspect, described as a 15-year-old boy, in the incident at Saugus High School. The teen was being treated at a hospital, but his condition was not immediately known, officials said.
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Lil Nas X became the first openly gay musician to win at the Country Music Assn. Awards for his hit “Old Town Road.”
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Daishen Nix, the top point guard prospect in the nation, signed his letter of intent with UCLA on Wednesday. He represents Mick Cronin’s first big signing.
Clancy Pendergast was supposed to resurrect USC’s defense after Justin Wilcox was fired. Instead, the Trojans have been worse under Pendergast’s watch.
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