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  • Suspect in altercation with deputies fatally shot in San Clemente Suspect in altercation with deputies fatally shot in San Clemente

    A person was shot during an altercation with deputies in San Clemente and died Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 23, authorities said.
    The incident took place near El Camino Real and Avenida Junipero at about 1:15 p.m., Orange County sheriff’s Lt. Mike Tanabe said.
    Further information regarding the shooting and what led up to it were not immediately available. Authorities did not specify if the suspect was armed.
    This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.
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  • Man fatally shot by deputies in San Clemente after altercation Man fatally shot by deputies in San Clemente after altercation

    A man was shot during an altercation with deputies in San Clemente and died Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 23, authorities said.
    The incident took place near El Camino Real and Avenida Junipero at about 1:15 p.m., Orange County sheriff’s Lt. Mike Tanabe said.
    Further information regarding the shooting and what led to it was not immediately available. Authorities did not specify if the man was armed.

    Chloe Miller, 23, said she saw two deputies and a man blocking traffic in the middle of

  • Orange County doctor pulls out gun during anti-mask video, Hoag hospital rebukes him Orange County doctor pulls out gun during anti-mask video, Hoag hospital rebukes him

    For the past few months, Newport Beach physician Jeff Barke – whose Orange County ties stretch from school boards to the Board of Supervisors – has captured the spotlight with his outspoken views on coronavirus precautions.
    Sporting a white lab coat or blue scrubs, the Rossmoor resident has led calls to reopen businesses and schools at rallies, on Twitter and in YouTube videos. He describes face mask mandates and stay-at-home recommendations with such terms as “tyrannical.&rdqu

  • Alexander: Let’s not overreact to each Lakers twist and turn Alexander: Let’s not overreact to each Lakers twist and turn

    Really, isn’t this why best-of-seven series – and especially competitive ones – are so much fun?
    Each game takes on its own character, and it totally befuddles all of us who base our perceptions on recency bias, taking the last thing we saw and assuming that momentum has inexorably changed and a series has somehow turned.
    As we now know, the events at the end of Game 2 of Lakers-Nuggets were not indicative of the true momentum of this series. But was the final quarter of Game 3

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  • Paul Cao of Burnt Crumbs in Irvine and Huntington Beach wins ‘Chopped’ Paul Cao of Burnt Crumbs in Irvine and Huntington Beach wins ‘Chopped’

    Orange County chefs are on a Food Network winning streak with a third emerging victorious from competition show “Chopped,” in a little more than a year.
    Shachi Mehra of Adya and Rachel Klemek of Blackmarket Bakery won shows in September and October last year. Now Paul Cao has won, finishing in first place on Tuesday, Sept. 22.
    Hungry? Sign up for The Eat Index, our weekly food newsletter, and find out where to eat and get the latest restaurant happenings in Orange County. Subscribe h

  • Julio Teheran’s disappointing season with the Angels is likely over Julio Teheran’s disappointing season with the Angels is likely over

    The Angels took advantage of Thursday’s off day to drop Julio Teheran from the rotation for the final weekend at Dodger Stadium.
    The move is no surprise, considering Teheran has a 9.49 ERA, and the Angels can now use their top three starters – Andrew Heaney, Dylan Bundy and Griffin Canning – against the Dodgers.
    Barring a relief outing over the weekend, Teheran’s disappointing season with the Angels has come to an end, well short of what the Angels had hoped for when they

  • Dodger ace Clayton Kershaw releases new beer Dodger ace Clayton Kershaw releases new beer

    It takes major league skills to hit one of Clayton Kershaw’s wicked curve balls.
    But now just in time to celebrate the Los Angeles Dodgers’ eighth consecutive division title, the star pitcher is releasing something anyone can get a hold of: Kershaw’s Wicked Curve, a craft beer that made its debut Sept. 23.
    Developed in collaboration with Torrance’s BuzzRock Brewing Co., the grapefruit wheat ale is available in tall cans ($25 for a four-pack) at BuzzRock Brewing Co., at Th

  • Park Life: Disneyland demands California theme parks reopen as Newsom promises guidelines ‘very, very shortly’ Park Life: Disneyland demands California theme parks reopen as Newsom promises guidelines ‘very, very shortly’

    When will California theme parks reopen? How many COVID-19 outbreaks have there been at U.S. theme parks? Should theme parks launch new rides now or wait until next year? Find all the latest theme park news in the Park Life newsletter.
    Still Waiting
    Gov. Gavin Newsom says an announcement is coming “very, very shortly” on reopening California theme parks.
    Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Southern California’s theme

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  • Ohana Festival 2020 goes virtual with archival sets and new performances Ohana Festival 2020 goes virtual with archival sets and new performances

    The annual three-day Ohana Festival in Dana Point was slated to kick off on Friday, Sept. 25 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point with headliners Eddie Vedder, Kings of Leon and Pearl Jam.
    Due to coronavirus concerns, the event was canceled earlier this year but promoters have decided to take things virtual and stream archival performances from Vedder, The Strokes, Social Distortion, Tash Sultana, Jenny Lewis, Glen Hansard, LP, Lucas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Mudhoney, Benjamin Booker and

  • Castro named California State University chancellor, first person of color to hold post Castro named California State University chancellor, first person of color to hold post

    LONG BEACH >> The first-ever California native and Mexican-American to lead the system, Joseph I. Castro will serve as the eighth chancellor for California State universities starting Jan. 4.
    Castro, 53, was appointed by the CSU Board of Trustees on Wednesday, Sept. 23. He succeeds Timothy P. White, who is retiring after holding the position since 2012.
    Dr. Timothy White, retiring California State University chancellor. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
    Castro, the first person of color to hold the top C

  • ‘Ratched’ co-creator Ryan Murphy sells Laguna Beach home for $10.7 million ‘Ratched’ co-creator Ryan Murphy sells Laguna Beach home for $10.7 million

    Ryan Murphy, the hit-making co-creator of Netflix’s “Ratched,” has finally parted with his hilltop, ocean-view estate in Laguna Beach.
    The $10.65 million deal comes after years on and off the market, with a peak asking price of $18.75 million in 2018.
    When it closed last week, the property’s sale was a nearly 15% drop from the $12.5 million it last sought in July.
    Designed by late lauded architect Mark Singer, the gated and walled compound features a single-level main hou

  • Review: Never mind the weather, the soup’s ready Review: Never mind the weather, the soup’s ready

    Summer might not seem like the best time to open a soup restaurant. But soup makes everything better, even when it’s hot outside, perhaps especially during a pandemic. I guess that’s what Yuk Dae Jang is counting on because this upscale Korean soup chain quietly opened not one but two new branches, in Irvine and Buena Park, over the summer. They already had restaurants — and a strong following — in Gardena, San Gabriel and LA’s Koreatown.
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  • Gov. Newsom bans sale of all new gasoline-powered cars starting in 2035 Gov. Newsom bans sale of all new gasoline-powered cars starting in 2035

    Following up on his vow for California to take more ambitious steps to reduce climate change in the wake of devastating wildfires, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced California will prohibit the sale of all new passenger vehicles that run on gasoline starting in 2035.
    At least a dozen countries around the world already have similar laws in place by 2030, including England, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Israel and India. Canada and France have announced a similar phase-out of internal combustion

  • One officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case — but not for her death One officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case — but not for her death

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Kentucky grand jury on Wednesday indicted a single former police officer for shooting into neighboring apartments but did not move forward with charges against any officers for their role in Breonna Taylor’s death.
    The jury announced that fired Officer Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in connection to the police raid of Taylor’s home on the night of March 13.
    Neither the grand jury nor the presiding judge elaborated on the

  • Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case — but not for her death Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case — but not for her death

    By DYLAN LOVAN and PIPER HUDSPETH BLACKBURN | Associated Press/Report for America
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong, with prosecutors saying Wednesday that two officers who fired their weapons at the Black woman were justified in using force to protect themselves.
    The only charges brought by the grand jury were three counts of wanton endangerment against fired Officer Brett Ha

  • Grand jury indicts one police officer in Breonna Taylor’s death Grand jury indicts one police officer in Breonna Taylor’s death

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A grand jury has indicted one officer on criminal charges six months after Breonna Taylor was fatally shot by police in Kentucky.
    The jury presented its decision against fired officer Brett Hankison Wednesday to a judge in Louisville, where the shooting took place. Bond has been set at $15,000.
    Officials in Louisville, Kentucky’s largest city, were preparing for more protests and possible unrest as the decision on charges in the shooting was announced. Louisville Ma

  • Bond set at $15,000 for officer criminally charged in shooting death of Breonna Taylor Bond set at $15,000 for officer criminally charged in shooting death of Breonna Taylor

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Bond has been set at $15,000 for the officer criminally charged in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
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  • Orange County Register endorsements for the Tuesday, Nov. 3 general election Orange County Register endorsements for the Tuesday, Nov. 3 general election

    Here are our recommendations for the general election. Click on the links to read the full editorials.
    Statewide
    BALLOT MEASURES
    14 – NO
    15 – NO
    16 – NO
    17 – YES
    18 – NO
    19 – NO
    20 – NO
    21 – NO
    22 – YES
    23 – NO
    24 – NO
    25 – YES
    ASSEMBLY
    Assembly District 55 – Phillip Chen
    Assembly District 65 – Sharon Quirk-Silva
    Assembly District 68 – Steven Choi
    Assembly District 72 – Janet NguyenAssembly District 7

  • This chef plans to bring a taste of Mexico to new Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City This chef plans to bring a taste of Mexico to new Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City

    Every Saturday, a young Julián González Cruz would watch as his father fired up the grill to cook as much as 50-60 pounds of meat for gatherings of 20 people.
    As González grew up in Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico, food was always center stage, from the meat, charro beans, enchiladas, guacamole and tortillas at the heart of those weekly gatherings of family and friends, to exotic delicacies on family vacations.
    González, 42, is now a chef with decades of his own experienc

  • Bubble Watch: Southern California credit union deposits soar 19% Bubble Watch: Southern California credit union deposits soar 19%

    “Bubble Watch” digs into trends that may indicate economic and/or housing market troubles ahead.
    Buzz: Southern California credit union deposits jumped 19% in a year this spring as the pandemic pounded the economy.
    Source: The California Credit Union League’s tally of second-quarter activity at 136 credit unions based in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties with 5.4 million members.
    The Trend
    As Southern Californians learned how to work remotely,

  • Report: Tyrod Taylor’s lung punctured by Chargers team doctor Report: Tyrod Taylor’s lung punctured by Chargers team doctor

    Troubling details emerged Wednesday morning for why Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor didn’t play against the Kansas City Chiefs last week.
    A Chargers team doctor accidentally punctured Taylor’s lung while trying to administer a pain-killing injection to his cracked ribs before kickoff Sunday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday.
    The Chargers were hoping Taylor would start this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, but doctors are against it and have advised Taylor not to p

  • Jury: Fullerton wrongly kicked air combat fantasy camp from airport Jury: Fullerton wrongly kicked air combat fantasy camp from airport

    A jury has determined that the city of Fullerton violated the lease of a civilian aerial-combat fantasy camp and caused more than $1 million in economic damages after forcing the business from its longtime home at the Fullerton Airport.
    Jurors following a civil trial at a Santa Ana courthouse unanimously determined last week that Air Combat USA should receive $1.2 million in damages after the city, which owns the airport, breached their lease.
    Michael J. Blackstone, the current owner of Air Comb

  • Constant exemptions are a lousy way to make law Constant exemptions are a lousy way to make law

    California’s early 19th century reformers sought to thwart an obviously corrupt political system that benefited entrenched interests and ignored the larger public.
    Their reforms included ways for voters to bypass the system through direct ballot box action — the initiative, the recall and the referendum.
    The recall — forcing elected officials to vacate their positions — is the least used but pops up occasionally, most obviously in the 2003 recall of a governor, Gray Davis

  • Bad policies fuel fires: John Stossel Bad policies fuel fires: John Stossel

    “Mother Earth is angry!” says Nancy Pelosi.
    “The debate is over around climate change!” says California Governor Gavin Newsom, smirking, strangely.
    They’re eager to blame climate change for the wildfires in their state. I’m surprised they didn’t say it causes COVID-19, too.
    Newsom, ridiculously, says wildfires are another reason to get more electric cars on the road. I wonder if he even knows that electricity for such cars comes from natural gas.

  • Bobcat fire containment more than doubles overnight Bobcat fire containment more than doubles overnight

    Firefighters were able to get containment of the Bobcat fire up to 38% by Wednesday morning, Sept. 23, more than twice what it was the day before, authorities said.
    So far, it has blackened an estimated 113,307 acres.
    “Containment more than doubled to 38%, thanks to days of strenuous fire-line construction by firefighters working in challenging conditions,” the Angeles National Forest said on Twitter.
    Containment is the percentage of the fire’s perimeter that has been halted by

  • Bobcat fire: Containment jumps up as fire crews make headway Bobcat fire: Containment jumps up as fire crews make headway

    Firefighters were able to get 38% of the Bobcat fire contained by Wednesday morning, Sept. 23, as it grew to 113,307 blackened acres, authorities said.
    One day earlier, fire crews worked, again, on protecting Mount Wilson from the blaze.
    “Containment more than doubled to 38%, thanks to days of strenuous fire-line construction by firefighters working in challenging conditions,” the Angeles National Forest said on Twitter.
    Containment is the percentage of the fire’s perimeter tha

  • Bobcat fire containment doubles overnight Bobcat fire containment doubles overnight

    Firefighters were able to get 38% of the Bobcat fire contained by Wednesday morning, Sept. 23, as it grew to 113,307 blackened acres, authorities said.
    One day earlier, fire crews worked, again, on protecting Mount Wilson from the blaze.
    “Containment more than doubled to 38%, thanks to days of strenuous fire-line construction by firefighters working in challenging conditions,” the Angeles National Forest said on Twitter.
    Containment is the percentage of the fire’s perimeter tha

  • 1 man, 2 women arrested in death of man who was run over with his own car by thief in Anaheim 1 man, 2 women arrested in death of man who was run over with his own car by thief in Anaheim

    One man and two women have been arrested after a man’s work van was stolen and a suspect fleeing with it fatally ran the victim over Tuesday morning, Sept. 22, in Anaheim, police said.
    Jose DeJesus Berrelleza, 33, of Anaheim, was fatally struck by his own vehicle after attempting to confront a person trying to steal it Tuesday, Sept. 22. (Photo courtesy of the Anaheim Police Department)
    Jose DeJesus Berrelleza, 33, confronted a man stealing his van early at 6:20 a.m. Tuesday in the 100 blo

  • The passing of an icon of the Supreme Court and the tumultuous times ahead The passing of an icon of the Supreme Court and the tumultuous times ahead

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg, associate justice of the Supreme Court, champion of women’s rights and unexpected cultural icon, certainly left her mark on American society.
    While her passing on Friday has kicked off what was naturally going to be a heated and divisive fight over her replacement, we take this moment to reflect on her legacy.
    Born Joan Ruth Bader on March 15, 1933 to Nathan Bader, who was born near Odessa, Ukraine and emigrated to the U.S. when he was 13, and Celia Amster Bader, the d

  • ‘Three-Ring Circus,’ part 3: Shaquille O’Neal chooses between the Magic and Lakers ‘Three-Ring Circus,’ part 3: Shaquille O’Neal chooses between the Magic and Lakers

    Editor’s note: This is the second installment of a five-part serialization of “Three-Ring Circus,” Jeff Pearlman’s book about the Lakers era that featured Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal and Phil Jackson. The book was released Tuesday.Three-Ring Circus
    Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty
    Parts1 2 3 of 5On the morning of July 16, 1996, readers of the Orlando Sentinel were greeted by a front-page poll question: Is Shaquille O’Neal worth $11

  • Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears running back great, dies at 77 Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears running back great, dies at 77

    CHICAGO — Hall of Famer Gale Sayers, who made his mark as one of the NFL’s best all-purpose running backs and was later celebrated for his enduring friendship with a Chicago Bears teammate with cancer, has died. He was 77.
    Nicknamed “The Kansas Comet” and considered among the best open-field runners the game has ever seen, Sayers died Wednesday, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    Relatives of Sayers had said he was diagnosed with dementia. In March 2017, his wife

  • Morning Wrap: Dodgers clinch eighth straight NL West title; Nuggets bounce back against Lakers Morning Wrap: Dodgers clinch eighth straight NL West title; Nuggets bounce back against Lakers

    The Morning Wrap shares the day’s top five stories from our reporters at the Southern California Newspaper Group. … Sign up to have our top sports stories delivered to your inbox with our daily newsletters
    ONE: The Dodgers won the pandemic shortened National League West title with a victory over Oakland — their eighth straight NL West title — and will have the rest of the week and weekend to enjoy it before the playoffs start next week.It’s an accomplishment to be

  • Southern California home prices jump 12% to record high $600,000 Southern California home prices jump 12% to record high $600,000

    A summer resurgence of home buying stretched into August, defying the pandemic to set record home prices and drive sales to a near two-year high, new housing figures show.
    The median price of a Southern California home — or price at the mid-point of all sales — was $600,000 last month, up 12.1% year over year to a record high, CoreLogic/DQ News reported Wednesday, Sept. 23.
    Prices also set records in five Southern California counties and tied the record in the sixth.
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  • Southern California home prices jump 12% to record high Southern California home prices jump 12% to record high

    A summer resurgence of home buying stretched into August, defying the pandemic to set record home prices and drive sales to a near two-year high, new housing figures show.
    The median price of a Southern California home — or price at the mid-point of all sales — was $600,000 last month, up 12.1% year over year to a record high, CoreLogic/DQ News reported Wednesday, Sept. 23.
    Prices also set records in five Southern California counties and tied the record in the sixth.
    Driven by a pand

  • LeBron James rebuts Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s claim that sports figures fan ‘flames of hatred’ LeBron James rebuts Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s claim that sports figures fan ‘flames of hatred’

    Whoever needed to hear it, LeBron James put it plainly Tuesday: “I do not condone violence towards anyone,” the Lakers star said. “Police, Black people, white people, anyone of color, anyone not of color, because that’s not going to ever make this world or America what we want it to be.”
    On Sept. 14, L.A. Sheriff Alex Villanueva told the Associated Press that he blamed sports figures, as well as elected officials and civic leaders, for “fanning the flames of h

  • Rare sighting of black swans brings science lesson to Newport Harbor Rare sighting of black swans brings science lesson to Newport Harbor

    An early-morning excursion to Newport Harbor turned into a memorable nature lesson for a Costa Mesa family who came across a rare sight: a trio of black swans, a species rarely seen in Southern California.
    The sighting on Monday morning was the second spotting of black swans in the past month, with another trio of the exotic birds at an Irvine lake mid- August.
    “We were freaking out,” said Alana Flores, who took her sons Jude, 11, and Grey, 7, to a small beach in the harbor before th

  • Small quake hits San Bernardino County Small quake hits San Bernardino County

    POMONA — A small and shallow earthquake rattled a portion of San Bernardino County Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
    The magnitude-3.2 temblor struck at 5:24 a.m. at a depth of 1.2 miles, its epicenter 3.5 miles north of San Antonio Heights and 8.5 miles north-northeast of Claremont in eastern L.A. County, according to a computer-generated USGS report.
    No damages or casualties were immediately reported, and none were likely given the quake’s weak magnitude.
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  • Small quake hits north of San Antonio Heights in San Bernardino County Small quake hits north of San Antonio Heights in San Bernardino County

    POMONA — A small and shallow earthquake rattled a portion of San Bernardino County Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
    The magnitude-3.2 temblor struck at 5:24 a.m. at a depth of 1.2 miles, its epicenter 3.5 miles north of San Antonio Heights and 8.5 miles north-northeast of Claremont in eastern L.A. County, according to a computer-generated USGS report.
    No damages or casualties were immediately reported, and none were likely given the quake’s weak magnitude.
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  • Late-stage study of first single-shot vaccine begins in US Late-stage study of first single-shot vaccine begins in US

    By LINDA A. JOHNSON | AP Medical Writer
    Johnson & Johnson is beginning a huge final study to try to prove if a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine can protect against the virus.
    The study starting Wednesday will be one of the world’s largest coronavirus vaccine studies so far, testing the shot in 60,000 volunteers in the U.S., South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
    A handful of other vaccines in the U.S. — including shots made by Moderna Inc. and Pfizer Inc.

  • President of Belarus inaugurated despite election protests President of Belarus inaugurated despite election protests

    By YURAS KARMANAU | Associated Press
    KYIV, Ukraine — President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus assumed his sixth term of office Wednesday during an inauguration ceremony that officials did not announce in advance after weeks of mass protests against the authoritarian leader’s reelection, which opposition activists maintain was rigged.
    State news agency Belta reported that the swearing-in ceremony took place in the capital of Minsk with several hundred top government officials, lawmak

  • Thousands expected to honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court Thousands expected to honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court

    By MARK SHERMAN | Associated Press
    WASHINGTON — Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects at the Supreme Court to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the women’s rights champion, leader of the court’s liberal bloc and feminist icon who died last week.
    Even with the court closed to the public because of the coronavirus pandemic and Washington already consumed with talk of Ginsburg’s replacement, the justice’s former colleagues, family, close friends an

  • Roberts: Ginsburg was ‘tough, brave, a fighter, a winner’ Roberts: Ginsburg was ‘tough, brave, a fighter, a winner’

    By MARK SHERMAN | Associated Press
    WASHINGTON — Chief Justice John Roberts says the words that best describe the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg are “tough, brave, a fighter, a winner” but also “thoughtful, careful, compassionate, honest.”
    Roberts spoke Wednesday during a private ceremony in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court. After the ceremony, Ginsburg’s flag-draped casket was placed at the top of the court’s front steps so that the public can pay t

  • Suspected Southern California drug traffickers charged, arrested in operations targeting ‘darknet’ sales Suspected Southern California drug traffickers charged, arrested in operations targeting ‘darknet’ sales

    LOS ANGELES — Federal officials announced a crackdown Tuesday on an alleged Los Angeles-based drug trafficking ring that they said distributed methamphetamine and other narcotics to thousands of customers in at least 35 states and numerous countries around the world via hidden darknet websites.
    Prosecutors said the organization used online names such as “Stealthgod” to sell meth and MDMA — known as ecstasy or molly — on multiple darknet marketplaces. Investigators a

  • Photos: Dodgers clinch the NL West crown Photos: Dodgers clinch the NL West crown

    Take a look at the photographs from the Dodgers’ 7-2 win over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020. The Dodgers clinched their eighth consecutive NL West title. (Photos by Hans Gutknecht/SCNG)
    The Dodgers’ A.J. Pollock#11 rounds the bases after hitting a home run in the bottom of the fourth inning during their game against the Athletics at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, September22, 2020.(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
    The Dodgers’ A.

  • Dodgers beat A’s to clinch eighth consecutive NL West title Dodgers beat A’s to clinch eighth consecutive NL West title

    The Dodgers’ A.J. Pollock#11 hits a home run in the bottom of the fourth inning during their game against the Athletics at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, September22, 2020.(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
    Dodger starting pitcher Dustin May #85 during their game against the Athletics at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, September22, 2020.(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsThe Athletics’ Tony

  • Alexander: No, the Lakers’ Anthony Davis did not break Denver’s spirit Alexander: No, the Lakers’ Anthony Davis did not break Denver’s spirit

    Is it fair to say now that Sunday’s frantic finish was not much more than fool’s gold for the Lakers?
    Anthony Davis’ buzzer-beating 3-pointer to knock off Denver in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals camouflaged some issues with turnovers, fouls, defensive breakdowns and general sloppiness. Frank Vogel hoped those flaws, pointed out in the off-day film session, would get his players’ attention before Tuesday night’s Game 3.
    Obviously not, at least until the fou

  • Angels get an optimistic glimpse of the future in win over Padres Angels get an optimistic glimpse of the future in win over Padres

    Los Angeles Angels shortstop David Fletcher can’t reach a ball hit for a single by San Diego Padres’ Fernando Tatis Jr., during the first inning of a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
    Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Griffin Canning works against a San Diego Padres batter during the first inning of a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsSan Diego Padres’ Fe

  • Lakers make a late charge, but can’t catch Nuggets in Game 3 Lakers make a late charge, but can’t catch Nuggets in Game 3

    Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic, center rear, blocks a shot attempt by Los Angeles Lakers’ Rajon Rondo (9) as Jamal Murray, left, and Paul Millsap, right, look on during the first half of Game 3 of the NBA basketball Western Conference final Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
    Denver Nuggets’ Torrey Craig (3) and Jamal Murray (27) celebrate a dunk by Murray as Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James, right walks past during the second half

  • Photos: Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets in Game 3 of Western Conference Finals Photos: Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets in Game 3 of Western Conference Finals

    Take a look at the photos from the Lakers’ NBA playoff game against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday, Sept. 22. The Lakers entered the contest with a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven Western Conference Finals.
    Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis (3) goes up for a shot as Denver Nuggets forward Jerami Grant (9) defends during the first half of Game 3 of the NBA basketball Western Conference final Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
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  • Photos: Lakers can’t keep up with Denver Nuggets in Game 3 of Western Conference Finals Photos: Lakers can’t keep up with Denver Nuggets in Game 3 of Western Conference Finals

    Take a look at the photos from the Lakers’ NBA playoff game against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday, Sept. 22. The Lakers lost 114-106 but still hold a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven Western Conference Finals.
    Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic, center rear, blocks a shot attempt by Los Angeles Lakers’ Rajon Rondo (9) as Jamal Murray, left, and Paul Millsap, right, look on during the first half of Game 3 of the NBA basketball Western Conference final Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, in Lake Bue

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