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Late Dodger Outfielder Honored By Baseball Group

Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Glenn Burke was among three men posthumously inducted into the Baseball Reliquary’s Shrine of the Eternals Sunday in a ceremony... Read more »

De La Hoya Backs Arum’s Anti-Trust Suit Against Rival Promoter

Oscar De La Hoya said today that he supports boxing promoter Bob Arum’s antitrust lawsuit filed in Los Angeles against boxing manager Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing... Read more »

Gomez: Montebello High’s Winning Tradition

A Montebello Highs School athlete coached by his father, has turned wrestling into a family tradition, a championship one at that. Nichols “Nico” Gomez became... Read more »

ELAC Men & Women’s Basketball In State Final 4

For the first time in East Los Angeles College history, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams are in the State playoff final four and will compete in the... Read more »

Inglewood Approves Construction of Stadium

The Inglewood City Council has voted unanimously to approve an 80,000-seat stadium at the site of the old Hollywood Park racetrack as proposed by the owner of the... Read more »

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team to Face Mexico In May

The U.S. women’s national soccer team will face Mexico at StubHub Center May 17 in its next-to-last game before the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The game will be... Read more »

Will Seahawks Repeat as Super Bowl Champions?

The Seattle Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson advance to the NFC Championship game for the second year in a row, this time taking on Aaron Rodgers and the... Read more »

New ELAC Football Coach Has Big Plans

East Los Angeles College will have one of the premier football programs in the state, says new Huskie Coach Eric Marty. “I believe that East Los Angeles College,... Read more »

NFL Returning to L.A. Market? Stadium Proposal Raising Hope

The owner of the St. Louis Rams and the company redeveloping the site of the former Hollywood Park racetrack announced plans Monday to incorporate an 80,000-seat... Read more »

Garfield to Play Narbonne In City Section Semifinals

Making its deepest run into the City Section Division I football playoffs in nearly 20 years, second-seeded Garfield High School plays No. 3 Narbonne in a semifinal... Read more »

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