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NFL owners approve $500 million in extra funding for Rams' $5 billion SoFi Stadium

Maybe this will help them pay Todd Gurley.
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Garcetti’s team is helping LA’s nursing homes with once-a-month testing

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti during a press briefing at the outside Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer Medical Center at the Los Angeles Jewish Home in Reseda, Tuesday, May 19, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) LAFD Chief Ralph Terrazas during a press briefing outside Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer Medical Center at the Los Angeles Jewish Home in Reseda, Tuesday, May 19, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Sound The gallery will resume in second...
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Félix Hernández wants to hit milestones, then call it quits

On Seattle radio Tuesday, Braves starter Félix Hernández said he'd like to reach 200 wins and 3,000 strikeouts for his career before retiring.
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Tom Brady works out with new Buccaneers teammates at Tampa prep school

Tom Brady and some of his new teammates have been putting in work.
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California order discriminates against churches, U.S. says

By Robert Jablon, Associated Press LOS ANGELES >> The head of the federal Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division told Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday that his plan to reopen California discriminates against churches. In a letter to the governor, Eric S. Dreiband said that despite a coronavirus pandemic “that is unprecedented in our lifetimes,” Newsom should allow some in-person worship under the current second phase of his four-part reopening plan. Restaurants and other secular businesses are bein...
Tags: News, Mississippi, California, Religion, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Sacramento County, Discrimination, Donald Trump, San Diego County, Gavin Newsom, Barr, Newsom, Justice Department s Civil Rights Division


Neymar will stay at PSG despite Barcelona interest, says former agent

Linked with a return to Barcelona, Neymar will stay with Paris Saint-Germain, says his former agent.
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289 youth athletes to receive SOF-Peter Lim Scholarship this year

SINGAPORE — SEA Games gold medallists Koen Pang and Xu Jing Feng were among 289 youth athletes who will receive the Singapore Olympic Foundation-Peter Lim Scholarship this year.
Tags: News, Singapore, Sports, Peter Lim, Koen Pang, Xu Jing Feng, Singapore Olympic Foundation Peter Lim Scholarship


Pa. governor not happy Ben Roethlisberger broke state COVID-19 rules to get haircut

The Steelers quarterback posted a comeback video on social media of himself getting a trim following a workout, and Tom Wolf was not pleased.
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Fantasy Football Podcast: The importance of continuity in an uneven offseason

Liz Loza and Andy Behrens discuss the subject of continuity (and much more) in the latest fantasy football podcast.
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Ryan Fitzpatrick on Tua Tagovailoa: 'I'm his biggest cheerleader right now,' but I also want to play

The Dolphins veteran did his best to acknowledge the needs of the team, his new teammate and himself.
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Ben Goessling keeps covering the Vikings while missing coaching the Apple Valley Eagles

The pandemic has barely slowed NFL news but it rippled in significant ways through the Star Tribune football writer's life as full-time dad and assistant track coach.
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Importance of Tour de France to team sponsors highlighted by coronavirus crisis

Cycling's sponsorship model threatens existence of biggest teams
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When will NASCAR Xfinity race at Darlington start? Rain forces postponement

Showers at the track have pushed back the race to another day.
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NFL expects positive tests, focuses on proper response

As the NFL prepares for the eventual return of football activities and the start of a season amid the coronavirus pandemic, its chief medical officer is focused on responding properly when some players and staff inevitably test positive for the virus. "We fully well expect that we will have positive cases that arise," Dr. Allen Sills told reporters on a conference call Tuesday. Earlier Tuesday, Sills and other medical officials joined NFL owners for a virtual meeting, discussing current protoc...
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Some Kings Players Return To Golden 1 Center To Work Out

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — After weeks of hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, five Kings players returned to the Golden 1 Center to practice last week. Bogdan Bogdanovic, Nemanja Bjelica, Harrison Barnes, Justin James, and Richaun Holmes were all back at the practice facility. Bogdanovic didn’t work out because of a leg injury. The Kings have enacted strict health protocols as they slowly reopen their practice facility and allow players and staff back inside. All five were given the option to be t...
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Los Angeles County home sales tumble 35% as SoCal purchases hit record low

Los Angeles County homebuying fell by roughly one-third last month as coronavirus created Southern California’s record slow April. DQNews reports for April in Los Angeles County … • 4,168 homes sold, existing and new — down 35% in a year. In the past 12 months, 71,831 homes sold — down 1.1% in a year. • $630,000 countywide median selling price — up 3.8% over 12 months. The latest median is 1.6% off the county’s record high of $640,000 set in March. Reality is harsh. The battle against the corona...
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‘Discovering Griffith Park’ sheds light on trails, curses and history of LA’s largest park

There’s a lot about Griffith Park that remains unknown. The exact size of Los Angeles’ largest park is the subject of debate, though most put it around 4,300 acres. Still a puzzle is identifying actual hiking trails vs. dusty dead ends. And exactly where does P-22 — the resident mountain lion whose picture has graced the cover of National Geographic — hang out? In today’s global coronavirus pandemic, parks and mountainous green spaces are becoming increasingly important for exercise, stress-reli...
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8 best burgers in the San Fernando Valley for takeout and delivery

I do believe that my earliest culinary memories are of eating hamburgers. I remember going to a drive-in with my dear old dad, cruising to White Castle in the family Studebaker (with the classic bullet-tip nose) and watching in wonder as he’d order two dozen burgers for himself, my mother, my sister and myself. They cost 12 cents each, and they were just wonderful. In case you’ve never had the pleasure of a White Castle burger (by and large an Eastern U.S. phenomenon), you must understand that f...
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Sierra Canyon’s Lindsay Sobel started own charity to shoe the homeless

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Sierra Canyon girls volleyball player Lindsay Sobel had thought long and hard about her bat mitzvah and how she was going to fulfill her tikkun olam, her act of repairing the world. Growing up as a diehard Los Angeles Kings and Dodgers fan, Sobel was often struck by the number of homeless people she saw in downtown Los Angeles on her way to seeing her favorite teams in action. “I always noticed they were b...
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Another NFC North prediction has Bears finishing in last place

The overwhelming narrative surrounding the Chicago Bears this offseason is that they're going to be bad, really bad, in 2020.
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Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc-based powder in US, Canada

By Linda A. Johnson, The Associated Press Johnson & Johnson is ending sales of its iconic talc-based Johnson’s Baby Powder in the U.S. and Canada, where demand has dwindled amid thousands of lawsuits claiming it has caused cancer. The world’s biggest maker of health care products said Tuesday the talc-based powder will still be sold outside the U.S. and Canada. “Demand for talc-based Johnson’s Baby Powder in North America has been declining due in large part to changes in consumer habits and fue...
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Here's who NFL.com thinks will win the Bears' quarterback competition

NFL.com chimed in on who will win the Chicago Bears quarterback competition later this summer.
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Alexander: Sparks’ Sydney Wiese has survived COVID-19

Sydney Wiese was on her way home March 13, summoned back to the U.S. from her duties in Spain’s women’s basketball league as the novel coronavirus began to spread. And, well, something just didn’t feel right. “I had a feeling, when I was traveling back from Spain, that I wasn’t 100 percent,” the Sparks’ guard said. “I didn’t want to say that I had the virus, but I had a feeling that there was something up.” As the WNBA, along with the rest of the athletic world, now waits for an indication that ...
Tags: Sports, Spain, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Oregon State, Mayo Clinic, Usc, WNBA, Ucla, Sparks, Phoenix, Alexander, Derek Fisher


AIDS Healthcare Foundation renews offer of 74-room Van Nuys hotel for homeless

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation on Tuesday, May 19, renewed its offer of a 74-room Van Nuys hotel for use to temporarily house the homeless and/or suspected coronavirus patients. Last week, in response to mounting health concerns for the homeless and alleged ongoing inaction by Los Angeles officials, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter issued a ruling compelling local governments to develop a plan for providing emergency shelter or housing for 6,000 to 7,000...
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Darlington Xfinity race postponed: "What’s another couple days?"

The restart of the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series will have to wait until at least Thursday.
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Jerry Reinsdorf was not happy that Michael Jordan insisted the '98 Bulls could be kept together

Michael Jordan insisted the Bulls could have been kept together. The team's owner disagrees.
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Study published estimating nearly 5% of LA County could have coronavirus

Nearly 400,000 people in Los Angeles County — close to 5% of the adult population — could be infected with the novel coronavirus, according to a study published this week in the Journal of American Medical Association based on revelations from last month. When the county health study first came out on April 20, the results were stunning, showing that roughly 50 times more people had likely been infected with the disease than had otherwise tested positive. At the time the study was conducted, the...
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McDonald’s workers in LA, San Jose allege unsafe work conditions amid COVID-19 pandemic

McDonald’s workers at restaurants in Los Angeles, Monterey Park and San Jose filed complaints Tuesday, May 19, after CAL/OSHA allegedly failed to act on employee concerns that the company’s handling of COVID-19 issues in stores throughout California has put workers in “imminent danger.” The actions, filed with the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency and CAL/OSHA and served on McDonald’s, give the company 33 days to correct the violations. If the fast-food giant fails to comply, the s...
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Danny Green has cause to doubt healthy Kevin Durant alters 2019 Finals

Green, a member of the title-winning Raptors, isn't so sure a healthy Durant means the Warriors win it all last year.
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NASCAR at Darlington: First Xfinity Series race in over 2 months gets pushed to Thursday by rain

The race will begin at Noon ET on Thursday after incessant rain at Darlington on Tuesday.
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