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California Releases New Guidelines For Youth Recreational Sports

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Browns vs. Ravens score: Lamar Jackson overcomes cramps to lead Baltimore to a thrilling win over Cleveland

Monday's game might have been the NFL's best in 2020
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March court date for Channel Seven in case against Cricket Australia

The television network is claiming the summer schedule was flicked around at the behest of the BCCI
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Tiny Pacific nation of Palau detains 'illegal' Chinese fishing vessel

The archipelago nation, whose close relationship with Taipei has angered Beijing previously, stops boat alleged to have been harvesting sea cucumber in its watersA Chinese fishing vessel and its 28 crew have been detained in Palau, authorities said, creating a delicate diplomatic situation for the tiny Pacific nation, which is allied with Beijing’s rival Taiwan.The boat, alleged to have been illegally harvesting sea cucumber, was intercepted by a patrol boat at Helen Reef, in Palau’s territorial...
Tags: China, World news, Taiwan, Beijing, Asia Pacific, Fishing, Taipei, Pacific, Pacific Islands, Palau, Koror, Helen Reef


Australia pace bowler Eric Freeman dies aged 76

Freeman played 11 times for Australia and also had the distinction of scoring his first Test runs with a six
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Coronavirus: L.A. County hospitalizations surpasses 4,000 with 579 new patients and 4,203 total hospitalizations as of Dec. 14

Hospitalizations in L.A. County continue to spike. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 579 new patients infected with the coronavirus, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 4,203 as of Monday, Dec. 14. There were 7,344 new cases of coronavirus Monday, bringing the cumulative total in the county to 532,730 cases since tracking began. There were 48 new deaths reported by the county, raising the total number of reported deaths to 8,345. The breakdown of people inf...
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Rams receiver Cooper Kupp is ready to catch up on playoff action

The Rams go into their last three games of the regular season knowing that only cruel twists of fate can keep them out of the playoffs. Nobody wants to prevent that from happening more than Cooper Kupp, who has known such a twist. The last time the Rams were marching toward the playoffs, in 2018, Kupp could only watch, out with a knee injury. This time, the wide receiver is healthy, leading the team in catches (79) and receiving yards (869), and eager to find out what he missed. “It’s going to b...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia, Seattle, New York Jets, Robert Woods, New England, Woods, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Patriots, Inglewood, St Margaret, Carolina


LA, Long Beach ports among those asking officials to prioritize dockworkers for coronavirus vaccine

A coalition of organizations critical to the nation’s international trade operations has asked the elected executives of the West Coast states, including California Gov. Gavin Newsom, to prioritize dockworkers for coronavirus vaccinations — arguing they are vital to keeping the economy strong. Officials from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach — which together comprise the largest cargo hub in the U.S. — as well as representatives from the international longshore union and the association th...
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Woman fatally shot in Reseda

The killer of a woman found dead in a Reseda apartment remained at large, police said Monday, Dec. 14. West Valley area officers responded to the apartment in the 18400 block of Kittridge Avenue, near Reseda Boulevard, about 8:25 a.m. Sunday, Los Angeles Police Department officials said. There, they found Jonisha Mendoza, 32, of Reseda, unresponsive and suffering from a gunshot wound. She did not live in the apartment. No arrests in the killing were announced as of Monday evening. A description ...
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New state guidelines keep high school sports on hold until Jan. 25, establish tier system for return

Call it an early holiday gift for some high school sports athletes, coaches and families. After a long wait, updated guidelines were issued Monday, Dec.14 by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), which said it will use the state’s color-coded tiered system for COVID-19 monitoring as part of the map for what sports will be permitted for competition. While cautioning that counties need to first exit the state’s current regional stay-at home orders, the guidelines state that competitio...
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New state guidelines for HS sports say no competition until late January, tiered system will be used

Call it an early holiday gift for high school sports athletes, coaches and families. After a long wait, updated guidelines were issued Monday, Dec.14 by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) which said it will use the state’s color-coded tiered system for COVID-19 monitoring as part of the map for what sports will be permitted. While cautioning that counties need to first exit the state’s new, regional stay-at home orders, the guidelines state that competition could begin as early as...
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Alexander: For LAFC, CONCACAF Champions League is even bigger

The CONCACAF Champions League is this continent’s counterpart to the UEFA Champions League in Europe – you know, the one where the heavy hitters of the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and the like stare each other down, while among other things providing compelling midday programming for ESPN. The problem – strictly a U.S./Canadian problem, to be sure – is that this continent’s tournament, which likewise sends its winner to the FIFA Club World Cup, has been almost exclusively a Mexican producti...
Tags: Europe, Sports, Toronto, Sport, Soccer, Fifa, Champions League, Mls, Nashville, Espn, Major League Soccer, Montreal, Seattle, United, Orlando City, Real Salt Lake


Southern California nursing homes ready for their own coronavirus vaccine rollout

Nursing homes around the region were gearing up Monday, Dec. 14, to receive the first doses of COVID-19 vaccines for their staff and residents while battling the region’s explosive surge of novel coronavirus cases. Los Angeles County announced last week that it was pulling nursing homes out of a federal COVID-19 vaccine distribution program with Walgreens and CVS in order to have “quicker vaccination and higher vaccine coverage.” Facilities in the county are now readying to conduct vaccinations ...
Tags: Health, Business, News, California, Cdc, Government, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Walgreens, Things To Do, Canada, Britain, Soccer, Community, Pfizer


Ports scramble to push long-delayed toys out of holiday shipping logjam

The timing couldn’t be worse. Less than two weeks out from Christmas, MGA Entertainment, the Chatsworth-based toy company known for rolling out such hit products as L.O.L. Surprise! and Bratz dolls, and other importers are still waiting for shipments to leave the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Nearly 270 containers — 58 in L.A. and 210 in Long Beach — filled with about $75 million worth of toys were sitting at the Southern California ports as of late afternoon, Isaac Larian, CEO and founde...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, Long Beach, Chatsworth, Southern California, MGA, San Fernando Valley, Bratz, Port of Long Beach, Gene Seroka, MGA Entertainment, Isaac Larian, Larian, Seroka


Salvation Army’s bell ringers mostly silent because of coronavirus

Silent night? Try an entire silent season, as the coronavirus pandemic is upending an iconic holiday tradition in Southern California — the Salvation Army red kettle bell ringers. This month, with coronavirus re-surging, the Salvation Army scaled back a nearly 130-year-old program by shrinking the squad of men and women who ring bells in public to raise money for Christmas programs — money that buys toys for children, holiday meals for families, and other extra support for those in the most desp...
Tags: News, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, United States, Disneyland, Orange County, Riverside County, Salvation Army, San Diego Padres, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Simpson, LIVERPOOL England


Snap judgments from the Lakers’ first 2 preseason games

Editor’s note: This is the Monday, Dec. 14 edition of the Purple & Bold Lakers newsletter from reporter Kyle Goon. To receive the newsletter in your inbox, sign up here. From the moment the NBA started rolling toward a Dec. 22 start, it was in the cards that the Lakers probably wouldn’t tip much of their hand during the preseason. With two games now in the books at Staples Center, LeBron James and Anthony Davis have combined for zero minutes while Talen Horton-Tucker has played 79. But while t...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Nba, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Staples Center, Houston Rockets, Toronto Raptors, James, Lakers, Phoenix, James Harden, The Lakers, Clippers


Portland’s bike industry received $4.7 million in pandemic relief loans

Customers line up outside River City Bicycles Outlet on November 7th. RCB Outlet and its sister store, River City Bicycles received $604,392 in loans. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) “The loan helped offset all that red ink we generated during the down months and allowed us to survive.”— Kyle Ranson, Showers Pass In late March, as the full scope of the Covid-19 pandemic became clear and a shutdown took everyone off the streets, things looked grim for Portland’s beloved bike shops a...
Tags: Business, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Ccc, PPP, CNC, SBA, Ling, Bike Shops, Jonathan Maus, Velotech Inc, Community Cycling Center, King Cycle Group Chris King Precision Components, Kyle Ranson


UCLA, Long Beach State will attempt to tip it off again

Support our UCLA athletics coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. When UCLA’s initial home opener against Long Beach State was postponed just hours before tipoff on Nov. 30, it seemed to sum up the unprecedented NCAA men’s basketball season in a nutshell. No scheduled game is safe amid the pandemic. The game was called off, “due to an abundance of caution based on COVID-19 protocol within the LBSU program,” according to UCLA’s release that evening. Two weeks later, the two p...
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Portland’s bike industry received $4.8 million in pandemic relief loans

Customers line up outside River City Bicycles Outlet on November 7th. RCB Outlet and its sister store, River City Bicycles received $604,392 in loans. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) “The loan helped offset all that red ink we generated during the down months and allowed us to survive.”— Kyle Ranson, Showers Pass In late March, as the full scope of the Covid-19 pandemic became clear and a shutdown took everyone off the streets, things looked grim for Portland’s beloved bike shops a...
Tags: Business, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Ccc, PPP, CNC, SBA, Ling, Bike Shops, Jonathan Maus, Velotech Inc, Community Cycling Center, King Cycle Group Chris King Precision Components, Kyle Ranson


Nurses, medical staff to strike at 3 local hospitals

Registered nurses and other healthcare professionals at three area hospitals have called a 10-day unfair labor practice strike, claiming their facilities are understaffed and lacking in adequate COVID-19 protections. Workers at Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, Riverside Community Hospital and West Hills Hospital and Medical Center announced the action Monday following a strike authorization vote that won overwhelming support at each facility. The employees, represented by SEI...
Tags: Business, Sport, Hospitals, Soccer, Healthcare, Union, SEIU, Mcintosh, Local News, Nashville Tenn, Jan, HCA, Medical Center, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Oracle’s Larry Ellison moves to Hawaii, leaving California

By Nico Grant and Sophie Alexander | Bloomberg Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison said he has moved his primary residence to Hawaii, becoming the latest Silicon Valley executive to depart the state where they built their fortunes. Ellison, the world’s 11th-wealthiest person, notified his staff Monday of the move. Recode first reported the executive’s decision, which followed Oracle’s announcement Friday that it had shifted the company’s headquarters to Austin, Texas, from Redwood City, Califo...
Tags: Business, Texas, Technology, California, Bloomberg, Sport, Austin, Soccer, Hawaii, Larry Ellison, Silicon Valley, Ellison, Oracle, Lanai, Austin Texas, Redwood City California


L.A. city attorney sues underground nightclub for hosting huge parties amid pandemic

An underground nightclub operating in defiance of pandemic shutdown orders in Los Angeles is now the target of a city lawsuit that’s seeking to have the location shuttered for good. City Attorney Mike Feuer said Monday that the small warehouse, located in the Fashion District in Downtown L.A. at 1114 S. Main Street, appeared closed, but was actually the site of numerous parties over recent months that he’s worried contributed to the spread of COVID-19. LAPD was already eyeing the location after ...
Tags: Lawsuit, News, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Oscar, Lapd, Feuer, Hollywood Hills, Mike Feuer, Top Stories LADN, Fashion District, Crime and Public Safety, Party Society, David Taban


Whicker: The Pac-12 is getting the fiasco it deserves

The Washington Huskies list 20 offensive linemen on their roster. None can play football right now. “Our offensive line is gone,” said Jimmy Lake, the head coach. So the show can’t go on. USC will play Oregon, not Washington, for the Pac-12 championship on Friday night at the Coliseum. The trophy does not depict Moe sticking a thumb in Larry’s eye, or John Cleese returning a dead parrot to Michael Palin’s store, and it shouldn’t. Farce is funny. The Pac-12’s decision-making, and its football, ar...
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Cameron Green will make Test debut if he passes concussion protocols

Coach Justin Langer will assess Joe Burns over the next couple of days and Matthew Wade appears an option to open
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CB Michael Davis steps up for Chargers in comeback win vs. Falcons

Chargers cornerback Michael Davis couldn’t explain why, but he had a feeling Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley was about to break on his out route. Perhaps it was familiarity with Ridley — Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan targeted him 12 times on Sunday — that helped Davis anticipate the throw for the game-changing interception with 36 seconds left in regulation. “For some reason, I felt like he was going to do an out and he did,” Davis said after the Chargers’ 20-17 win against the Falcons at So...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Davis, Chargers, Houston, Johnson, Justin, Ryan, Lynn, Oklahoma State, Los Angeles Chargers, Michael Davis, Falcons


LA County hospitals stretched thin, region’s ICU index hits 2.7% as coronavirus surge worsens

Los Angeles County saw yet another record day of coronavirus hospitalizations on Monday, Dec. 14, as state officials reported 4,403 people were being treated for the virus in the county’s hospitals. Across the Southern California region, only 2.7% of adult intensive-care beds were available. Officials also reported Monday that another 48 people died from coronavirus-related causes in LA County, bringing the death toll to 8,345. And the county reported 7,344 more cases on Monday; there have been ...
Tags: News, US, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, United States, Long Beach, Pasadena, Pacific, Los Angeles County, Ferrer, LA County, Barbara Ferrer, Becerra, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB


Upgrading rubber and blade

At which stage should you upgrade your racket to a faster one? 
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Biden wins Electoral College to cement victory, rebuffing Trump lawsuits

By Mark Niquette | Bloomberg Joe Biden officially clinched the presidency after the Electoral College confirmed his victory Monday, capping a tumultuous period sparked by Donald Trump’s refusal to acknowledge he lost with the help of Republicans willing to support his unsubstantiated claims. Some Senate Republicans who had refused to recognize Biden’s overwhelming victory quickly started acknowledging that Trump lost and Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th president on Jan. 20. The 55 votes fr...
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Pro surfing contest suspended after staff members test positive for coronavirus in Hawaii

Pro surfing is back on dry land. The first professional surfing contests of the year saw a massive wipe out after World Surf League staff members tested positive for coronavirus, just as the Billabong Pipe Masters was heating up. The news came just days after a shark attack in Maui near the contest site put a halt on the women’s event. The WSL officials made the announcement that the men’s contest was suspended on Saturday after the positive COVID-19 tests, which included CEO Erik Logan. The WSL...
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Juve awaiting Dybala response on contract offer, says Agnelli

Milan (AFP) – Juventus president Andrea Agnelli said Monday the Italian champions were awaiting an answer from Argentina forward Paulo Dybala on a contract offer which would make him “among the 20 highest paid footballers... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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