Hernandez: Dodgers and Angels focus on first day of training is on safety, not World Series
The Dodgers will start the season in three weeks, but July 23 felt extremely distant on day one of training camp at Dodger Stadium because of COVID-19 concerns.
Two more USC athletes test positive for COVID-19
Two more USC athletes have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the Trojans' total number of positive cases to three since they began allowing athletes to return to campus two weeks ago.
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Texas waited to require masks, close beaches ahead of Fourth of July as coronavirus spiked
Texas became a national coronavirus hotspot this week but didn't close popular beaches like Galveston until Friday, when crowds still appeared.
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Earthquake: Magnitude 4.1 quake shakes Hawaii's Big Island
A magnitude 4.1 earthquake was reported Friday afternoon at 5:18 p.m. Pacific time 15 miles from Hawaiian Beaches, Hawaii, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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Canceled musician Ryan Adams pens apology for hurting women
In a statement published online, the musician Ryan Adams sought forgiveness after a wave of abuse allegations
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Beaches close across California for Fourth of July weekend as coronavirus cases surge
As beach closures went into effect to stem the spread of the coronavirus over the Fourth of July weekend, Southern Californians mostly followed the rules on Friday.
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Lakers assistant Lionel Hollins deemed 'high risk,' won't travel to Orlando
Lakers assistant Lionel Hollins, 66, won't join the team in Orlando for the restart of the NBA season after he was "deemed a higher-risk individual."
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What's on TV Saturday, July 4, plus Sunday talk shows
What's on TV Saturday, July 4, plus Sunday talk shows
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Letters: Tyler Skaggs' choices don't inspire them
Readers sound off to the latest topics surrounding L.A. sports.
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"Happy Hamilton Day!" Stage musical fans reminisce, celebrate movie
Filmakers, actors and Broadway fans took their celebrations online after Walt Disney's release of the movie version of "Hamilton."
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Five-star basketball prospect Makur Maker commits to Howard over UCLA
Center Makur Maker, a five-star prospect, says he will attend Howard University, a historically Black college in Washington, after considering UCLA.
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Tight end Brycen Hopkins was too intriguing for Rams to pass up in NFL draft
The Rams didn't need a tight end when the NFL draft was held in April, but Purdue's Brycen Hopkins was too enticing to pass up in the fourth round.
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Trainer Bob Baffert has the favorite (again) in the first race at Los Alamitos
Trainer Bob Baffert has won this race nine times, including the last three years, and Saturday he'll have the two favorites in the field.
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MLB on TV: Nine ways baseball can enhance how fans watch games in 2020
Watching the Dodgers and Angels must be done from outside stadiums in 2020, but here are nine ways MLB and TV networks could boost the experience.
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Dodgers to open 60-game regular season July 23
Dodgers president Stan Kasten said the club is tentatively scheduled to open the 2020 season Thursday, July 23, although he wouldn't divulge the opponent.
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What's on TV This Week: A Walter Mercado doc, a Tom Hanks WWII thriller and more
TV highlights for July 5-11 include a documentary about astrologer Walter Mercado and a new WWII drama starring Tom Hanks
Movies on TV this week: 'The Seventh Seal' on TCM
Movies on TV this week: Sunday, July 5: "The Seventh Seal" on TCM; "Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb" and more
Minor Disruption: Eli Morgan earns a spot on Indians' 60-man training camp roster
Former Peninsula High and current minor league pitcher Eli Morgan thought he lost a year of development, but he is now on the Indians' 60-man roster.
Truck driver posts regrets about party a day before dying of coronavirus
Riverside County truck driver Tommy Macias died of COVID-19 after attending a barbecue. His final message was a warning filled with regret.
Mike Trout unsure he'll play in 2020 because he's 'very concerned' about COVID-19
On the day the Angels began training camp, superstar Mike Trout said he might not play in 2020 because his wife is pregnant and he's worried about COVID-19.
80 artists will mark Fourth of July with skytyped messages over U.S. detention centers
To raise awareness about immigrant detention this weekend, L.A. artists Cassils and rafa esparza got dozens of artists to print messages in the sky.
Jim Buss' L.A. Live penthouse bounces back on the market with higher price
Lakers part-owner Jim Buss has upped the price on his Downtown L.A. penthouse to $7.3 million, up from $6.495 million.
Dodgers awarded the 2022 All-Star game after this year's event is canceled
The Dodgers were scheduled to host the All-Star game July 14, but the start of the 2020 season has been delayed to July 23 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Consulting firm accuses city of L.A. of concealing evidence in DWP billing case
Consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is seeking at least $8 million in suit alleging the city tried to conceal evidence during legal proceedings.
You've seen 'Athlete A.' How do you watch Olympic gymnastics now?
Rachael Denhollander and the filmmakers behind the Netflix documentary 'Athlete A' talk about the changes they'd like to see from USA Gymnastics.
How 'Hamilton' showstopper Renée Elise Goldsberry nailed 'Satisfied'
Renée Elise Goldsberry won a Tony for playing Angelica Schuyler in "Hamilton," and now her showstopping song "Satisfied" is captured on film in the Disney+ release.
Baseball's Aaron Rowand sells lavish Vegas mansion with indoor batting cage
Former Giants outfielder Aaron Rowland just sold his lavish, amenity-loaded Las Vegas home with an indoor batting cage for $5.5 million.
10 sun-loving houseplants that can take the heat
Cactus, succulents, herbs, dwarf citrus and other houseplants that can handle the summer heat.
How Run the World's young female influencers found hope in music and one another
Run the World, a new pop group made up of young influencers, released their debut song, 'Rainbow,' to give children hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Santa Barbara grand jury blasts county supervisors over marijuana industry
A Santa Barbara grand jury blames county supervisors for working too closely with lobbyists as they sought to regulate massive marijuana grows