Eric Reid calls NFL's use of Colin Kaepernick in video 'diabolical'

Reid said what the NFL did was "hafl-hearted" at best.
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Minor Tosses 2-Hitter, A’s Manage Split With Mariners

SEATTLE (AP) – Mike Minor tossed a two-hitter with eight strikeouts, Jake Lamb doubled and homered in his first game after signing with Oakland, and the Athletics beat the Seattle Mariners 9-0 in the nightcap of their doubleheader on Monday. Seattle won the opener 6-5, rallying from a 5-0 deficit and scoring twice in the sixth inning with two outs to earn a split and stay on the heels of the Houston in the AL West. Seattle is 1 ½ games behind the Astros for second place. The games were played wi...
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L.A. County expected to approve more coronavirus relief spending

By ELIZABETH MARCELLINO, City News Service The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote Tuesday, Sept. 15, on a plan allocating nearly $130 million in federal coronavirus relief funding. In July, the board approved a $1.22 billion spending program funded by federal relief dollars. This latest plan relates to monies set aside under that program for contingencies and includes federal funding from other sources. All coronavirus relief dollars provided under the original federal ...
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What the Sparks aim to correct before start of the postseason

With the regular season complete, the Sparks can enjoy a luxury that became quite irregular the last two months: Practice. This odd 2020 bubble season in the WNBA produced games at an unprecedented pace. With games played nearly every other day, the Sparks opted not to hold practice for much of the year. Practice became even more infrequent down the stretch, as the Sparks played eight games in 14 days to close the year. For a veteran team like Los Angeles, the extra rest for weary legs and bodie...
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Rams’ Jordan Fuller shook off nerves, rookie mistakes to make big play

Jordan Fuller wasn’t supposed to be the Rams’ best rookie this year, or their best safety, or even their best rookie safety. So Fuller naturally sounded a little surprised as well as thrilled Monday, the morning after he was, at least for one game, the hero of the defense. “It feels amazing,” Fuller said of making a game-changing tackle in the Rams’ 20-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night in the first event at SoFi Stadium. “Obviously, your first game as a rookie, it’s not all goin...
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Hedge-fund billionaire Steve Cohen set to purchase the New York Mets

FILE PHOTO: Hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen, founder and chairman of SAC Capital Advisors, responds to a question during a one-on-one interview session at the SkyBridge Alternatives (SALT) Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada May 11, 2011. Steve Marcus/Reuters Billionaire hedge fund investor Steve Cohen has reached an agreement to purchase the New York Mets, the team announced Monday. The transaction is still pending approval from at least 23 out of 29 other major league baseball owners. Fir...
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Former ODOT committee members blast agency for silencing opposition

I-5 through the Rose Quarter. 14 former members of an Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) advisory committee have signed onto a letter that says they’re “deeply suspicious” of the agency and that they were shut out of the process because they “didn’t play ball” on the I-5 Rose Quarter project. As we reported on September 2nd, ODOT abruptly shut down their own Community Advisory Community (CAC) for the embattled project and decided to create a new committee in its place. ODOT claimed they...
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Honor A. P. retired after being injured in Kentucky Derby

ARCADIA -— Honor A. P. has been retired because of an injury suffered in the Kentucky Derby, where he finished fourth. The 3-year-old colt will stand at stud for next year’s breeding season at Lane’s End Farm in Versailles, Kentucky. Honor A. P. had two wins in six career starts and earnings of $532,200, according to Equibase. Trained by John Shirreffs, Honor A. P. rallied to win the Santa Anita Derby on June 6, beating Authentic, the colt that went on to win the Kentucky Derby on Sept. 5. Honor...
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Pandemic batters market for Brazilian football transfers

Sao Paulo (AFP) – Brazil exports more footballers than any other country, but the coronavirus pandemic has caused a plunge in international transfers, hitting the finances of clubs that depend on lucrative deals for their... Visit for the rest of the story.
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High School Golf Is Back At Washtenaw

The post High School Golf Is Back At Washtenaw appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog. As I arrived for an afternoon round at Washtenaw Golf Club today, I was happy to find the front nine hosting a high school girls golf match. The post High School Golf Is Back At Washtenaw appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog - A daily golf blog featuring golf news, golf course, equipment and book reviews, essays, golf lifestyle and musings. Proudly Made In Michigan, America's Summer Golf Capital
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Lakers bide their time again, waiting for their Western Conference Finals opponent

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The time off is welcome. But the waiting game hasn’t always been kind to the Lakers. The Western Conference Finals start was slid back to Friday, as the Lakers got a longer break to recover from a short but physical series against the Houston Rockets. It’s been a time to, as Coach Frank Vogel put it, “to stay off my feet and relax a bit.” Alex Caruso and Kyle Kuzma were among the Lakers who took advantage of an off day Sunday to play rounds of golf, while LeBron James in...
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A September to Remember

As September has now passed, I look back at all the special memories created this month. With many new anglers coming out with me, and many repeat anglers, it was a month to remember. The fishing was fantastic again this season, despite warm temperatures almost daily. It is always wise to get up early and … Continue reading
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Community leaders pray for L.A. County sheriff’s deputies wounded in ambush

A pair of community leaders of South Los Angeles gathered outside a Lynwood hospital Monday morning, Sept. 14, to pray for the two sheriff’s deputies recovering there two days after they were ambushed at a Compton light-rail station and left with gunshots wounds. The well-wishers gathered outside St. Francis Medical Center to support the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies and to call for restraint from further violence. Najee Ali, a longtime South L.A. activist, handed flowers to a...
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Mt. Wilson prepares for the worst as Bobcat fire looms on horizon

The Bobcat fire is now threatening the Mount Wilson Observatory, according to a letter from Sam Hale, chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Mount Wilson Institute. “As of Sunday night (the fire) has crossed the river at the bottom of the canyon, passed Chantry Flats, and is headed rapidly upslope towards Mount Wilson. The fire will probably be upon us today,” Hale wrote in a letter on Monday. As of Monday evening around 5 p.m., Los Angeles County Fire Captain David Dantic couldn’t immediatel...
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Ninth Circuit: Trump can end TPS protective status of 300,000 immigrants

More than 300,000 immigrants living in the United States, many with families, careers and property, could face deportation as soon as next year following a decision announced Monday by the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. In a 2-1 ruling, a panel of the federal court reversed a lower-court decision that blocked the Trump administration plan to phase out the Temporary Protected Status program for people from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan. The program known by its initials, TPS, prot...
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Former committee members issue scathing letter about ODOT’s work on I-5 Rose Quarter project

I-5 through the Rose Quarter. 14 former members of an Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) advisory committee have signed onto a letter that says they’re “deeply suspicious” of the agency and that they were shut out of the process because they “didn’t play ball” on the I-5 Rose Quarter project. As we reported on September 2nd, ODOT abruptly shut down their own, hand-picked Community Advisory Community (CAC) for the embattled project and decided to create a new committee in its place. ODOT...
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King Alfred's Way - A 350km circular bikepacking route @WeAreCyclingUK

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In aftermath of protests and the shooting of deputies, LA County Sheriff urges trust in justice system

By STEFANIE DAZIO LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County sheriff on Monday criticized elected officials, sports figures and civic leaders for “fanning the flames of hatred” as America grapples with racism and police brutality, saying they instead should emphasize trust in the criminal justice system. Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s comments to The Associated Press came after the weekend ambush of two deputies who were in their parked police vehicle when a man walked up to the passenger’s side and fired ...
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Elks Traverse @Bikepackingcom Route - Highlight Reel

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LA County wants to secure less expensive, more convenient coronavirus tests

Los Angeles County health officials are eagerly awaiting better tests that are less expensive and more convenient than the current way the county tests for the new coronavirus. “It’s not so much the accuracy of the test,” explained Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer during a Monday, Sept. 14, briefing. “Better testing for us means much less expensive, either a point-of-care test or one you can take in your home that you can take very frequently. Once we get those tests, it will be a game-chan...
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Entercom shakes up K-FROG 95.1 radio schedule while KROQ 106.7 programming to expand

Entercom Communications, which owns country station K-FROG 95.1 and alternative rock stalwart KROQ-FM, unveiled a new nationwide programming slate on Monday that replaces local radio hosts with syndicated out-of-town personalities in many time slots. Entercom did not respond to requests for comment, but details of the changes already are represented by new schedules posted on individual stations around the country, as well as reports on broadcast industry news sites such as The In...
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Reward for info in shooting of 2 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies upped to $200K after Metro and anonymous contributions

Anonymous donors and the region’s top transportation authority on Monday upped a reward to $200,000 for information leading to the arrest of the gunman who shot and injured two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies over the weekend. Sheriff Alex Villanueva confirmed in an interview with KABC 790 that two donors stepped forward with $25,000 and $50,000 to increase the $100,000 reward approved by the Board of Supervisors on Sunday. Phillip A. Washington, the CEO of the Los Angeles Metro...
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Nuclear power could end blackouts and fight climate change

Did you know not just Republicans, but Democrats favor developing the latest nuclear-power technologies? The recent Democratic National Convention’s platform twice endorsed it: “Recognizing the urgent need to decarbonize the power sector, our technology-neutral approach is inclusive of all zero-carbon technologies, including hydroelectric power, geothermal, existing and advanced nuclear, and carbon capture and storage.” And, “We will advance innovative technologies,” including “advanced nuclear ...
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‘No immediate plans’ for Biketown re-opening as smoke-filled air lingers

“This service outage is a good opportunity for leadership at Lyft to better articulate how their bike share systems plan to operate in emergency situations,”— Tarani Duncan, bike share industry veteran A man riding on the Broadway Bridge on September 10th. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) It’s another sign of our upside-down world that a public transit system launched with the promise of cleaner air is currently offline because of dirty air. All dressed up, nowhere to go. H...
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Prep for layoffs, LA mayor tells city department managers

As city officials report revenues continuing to fall short amid an economic downturn spurred on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has called on city officials to prepare for a “potential layoff scenario.” In a letter issued Friday, Sept. 11, Garcetti directed the general managers of the city’s more than 30 departments to begin a “layoff evaluation” process and to identify positions that could be eliminated, among other potential cost-cutting measures. He also instructed t...
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Keeler: Kawhi’s a Monstar. The Nuggets are the Bad News Bears. And Michael Malone’s built an underdog that America’s falling in love with.

Sean Keeler is a sports columnist for the Denver Post Monstars vs. The Bad News Bears. Game 7. Winner gets LeBron. “I almost feel like we’re The Bad News Bears and I’m Coach Buttermaker,” Nuggets coach Michael Malone offered on the eve of Tuesday’s showdown with the big, bad Los Angeles Clippers. “We’re a team that nobody really looks at and takes us seriously. And our guys, I think, have taken that personally.” You know who these Clippers are? The Monstars. The best of everything, nicked from e...
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Santa Anita to postpone opening day of fall season because of air quality

Santa Anita will delay the opening of its fall horse racing season because of poor air quality from the Bobcat Fire. Originally scheduled for a Saturday Sept. 19 opening day, Santa Anita will push the date back to Friday, Sept. 25. “Our local community has been deeply impacted by the Bobcat Fire burning for more than a week in the mountains behind us,” said Aidan Butler, Executive Director of California Operations for The Stronach Group, in a press release.  “The current weather pattern has kept...
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Austin Jackson Solomon Kindley Brandon Jones Shine in NFL Debuts

Hard Rock Stadium Safety Policies and Procedures We have enhanced health and safety measures for fans and staff attending games this season. Learn more about what to expect at Hard Rock Stadium in 2020. Advertising Top News: Turning the Pa
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Brighton 1-3 Chelsea: Frank Lampard wants title challenge after starting season with win

Frank Lampard says Chelsea "have to have intentions to be up there" with champions Liverpool after they begin their season with victory at Brighton.
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