L.A. County sheriff searches offices of LA Metro, oversight board member in criminal probe

Los Angeles County sheriff’s detectives this week searched the headquarters of L.A. Metro and the offices of a nonprofit run by a civilian oversight commissioner critical of the department’s leadership, sheriff’s officials announced Friday. Detectives served warrants for unspecified records at both locations on Thursday, Feb. 18, but a spokesperson declined to provide details about the nature of the probe. “The search warrant was signed by a judge, and partially sealed, in connection to an ongoi...
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Judge grants San Diego County high school athletes temporary restraining order to compete in sports

High school athletes in San Diego secured a second victory on Friday, Feb. 19 as a court granted a temporary restraining order requested by two football players seeking an immediate return to competition under the same coronavirus protocols as players in the college and professional ranks. San Diego Superior Court Judge Earl H. Maas issued the order against Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health’s guidelines for youth and high school sports hours after Newsom announced ...
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Videos- Media Cuts After A 7-2 Loss To Florida

Frans Nielsen first, followed below by Mickey Redmond (no game talk), the game highlights and Jeff Blashill quoted on the passing of team masseur Sergei Tchekmarev. added 10:37pm, Jeff Blashill on the passing of Sergei Tchekmarev. is below.  added 10:45pm, extended interview with Nielsen is below.   Frans Nielson says his Red Wings just got outworked in a 7-2 loss to the Panthers. #LGRW — FOX Sports Detroit (@FOXSportsDet) February 20, 2021 Con...
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NHL gearing up for 2 games at Edgewood Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe

Excitement is building in South Lake Tahoe where the National Hockey League is gearing up to play two games this weekend on a temporary...
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Kawhi Leonard, Paul George return to Clippers’ lineup

LOS ANGELES — They’re baaack. All of ’em. The whole lot, healthy at last. Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Nicolas Batum and Luke Kennard all returned to action Friday for the Clippers’ nationally televised rematch against the blazing-hot Utah Jazz – who got back starting point guard Mike Conley. All of them were expected to play limited minutes, their respective coaches said. George missed the Clippers’ previous seven games with swelling in a bone in a right toe bone; Leonard missed three games with...
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Not Your Normal Post Game Wrap

Frans Nielsen said there was a delay after the Red Wings game. It wasn't for a players-only meeting. "Nothing I should talk about. I'm sure it's gonna come out," he said. — Brad Galli (@BradGalli) February 20, 2021 added 10pm   I asked Frans Nielsen if it was a health issue, and if everyone in the Red Wings room was healthy. He said again he "shouldn't talk about it." — Brad Galli (@BradGalli) February 20, 2021 added 10:04pm,   ...
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Quick Recap- Detroit/Florida

When a team is not ready to play at puck drop, many say it is on the coach.  Is it? Florida jumped out to a 3-0 lead, Bobby Ryan scored and you are thinking, next goal is important. You didn't have to think long, 59 seconds later it was 4-1. Thomas Greiss is replaced by Jonathan Bernier to start the second period and the only goal was by Florida with 22 seconds left.  5-1 after two. In the third period, Florida added 2 goals, Detroit . Final score 7-2. Something has to be done ...
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LAUSD teachers’ union contemplating a refusal to return to in-person work

Faced with mounting pressure by some elected officials, parents and others who want schools to reopen, the union representing Los Angeles Unified School District teachers announced Friday, Feb. 19, that its members will soon take a vote on whether they should refuse to return to campus if in-person instruction becomes mandatory. More than 900 chapter chairs voted on this question earlier this week, with 93% electing to “organize around a refusal to return for a full or hybrid physical reopening ...
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UCLA women’s basketball routs Oregon behind balanced attack

UCLA’s Michaela Onyenwere squeezes her way to the basket between Oregon’s Te-Hina Paopao, left, and Jaz Shelley during the first half of Friday’s Pac-12 game at Pauley Pavilion. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/ SCNG) Lauryn Miller #33 of the UCLA Bruins drives to the basket against Sedona Prince #32 of the Oregon Ducks in the second half of a NCAA basketball game at Pauley Pavilion in Westwood on Friday, February 19, 2021. UCLA Bruins won 83-56. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasa...
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Former cubicle dweller embraces his passion as a chicken farmer

Paul Greive was tired all the time. He had joint pain. And brain fog. At 26 years old, having just wrapped up a deployment in Iraq, the Marine Corps intelligence officer was now being told by doctors that the Lyme disease he contracted in sniper school might linger forever. Get used to it. This was 2009 and the anti-inflammatory paleo diet was all the rage. What did he have to lose? “Two weeks in, I felt like a kid again,” says the former All-American college track and field star. “My joint pain...
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Alexander: Can Sam Burns seal the deal at Riviera?

Sam Burns has been in this spot before, twice this season alone. Maybe it will help this weekend. The 24-year-old who starred at LSU had the 36-hole lead in the season-opening Safeway Open in Napa last September, two shots ahead at 15-under-par. He finished tied for seventh. He had the 54-hole lead eight weeks later in Houston, leading by a shot at 9-under at a venue a little less than four hours driving time from his hometown of Shreveport, La. He started the final round with a bogey and double...
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Peter Handscomb's delight as Victoria's youngsters overturn their idols

The team are set to spend more time on the road due to Covid-19 but the captain is happy to do whatever is needed to keep the season going
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Ex-NFL Player Kellen Winslow II Faces 14 Years for Assaults

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II has agreed to accept a 14-year prison sentence for raping a homeless woman and assaulting two other women.
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Thanks for everything, Rush: Michael Reagan

His fans knew it was coming, but they were still crushed to hear the news that Rush Limbaugh had died. His political enemies and the liberal mainstream media, on the other hand, fell all over themselves trying to see who could spit the most venom and hatred on his grave before he was even in it. They called him names, misrepresented his personality and, in the end, succeeded only in betraying how little they had listened to his show during the last 30 years. The bums who run the New York Times w...
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LA County’s vaccine mission keeps getting more complex

Los Angeles County’s mission to vaccinate roughly 8 million adults continues to get whole lot more complicated — and few of the solutions are worked out. Meanwhile, L.A. County could surpass 20,000 deaths over the weekend. On Friday, the county reported 150 new deaths and 2,459 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to 19,662 deaths and positive cases to 1,176,772. Currently hospitalized with COVID-19 were 2,498 people, another significant decline. Bracing for the mammoth vac...
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Capitol riot suspect: ‘FBI may arrest me’ The FBI did.

By Hannah Rabinowitz | CNN A Pennsylvania police officer is facing criminal charges after posting a video of himself fighting with other officers during the US Capitol insurrection. Federal prosecutors said video footage shows Joseph Fischer, 55, running at a police line outside the Capitol and yelling, “Charge!” A patrolman with the North Cornwall Township Police Department, Fisher allegedly yelled “motherf—ers” as he clashed with officers on January 6. During the scuffle, Fischer allegedly tri...
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California has botched its homeless response

California’s approach to its myriad problems invariably involve spending more taxpayer dollars to fund public programs. While officials here are adept at taxing, spending and building bureaucracy, they are less fastidious about following up and analyzing how state officials have fared in implementing past rounds of government spending. The latest example comes from the California State Auditor’s Office, which does yeoman’s work calling out bureaucratic inefficiencies. It’s easy to forget, but be...
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Matthew Wade on Test omission: 'Someone was going to get left out after we lost'

The left hander lost his place for the postponed South Africa tour but the trade-off is he gets a run of T20Is against New Zealand
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UCLA football hires Ryan Gunderson as quarterback coach

UCLA hired San Jose State quarterback coach Ryan Gunderson for the same position Friday. The Bruins’ football program filled the vacancy a week after Dana Bible, who spent three seasons on coach Chip Kelly’s staff, announced his retirement. Gunderson joined the Spartans’ coaching staff in 2017 as quarterbacks coach before his role expanded to passing game coordinator in 2018. He was a 2019 nominee for the Broyles Award, honoring college football’s top assistant coaches. Quarterback Josh Love fin...
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Photos: Southern California goes all spacey over historic Mars rover mission

NASA and JPL Mars rover team members grab Krispy Kreme Mars donuts in honor of the Perseverance landing Thursday, Feb 18, 2021,in Burbank. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer) NASA and JPL Mars rover team members grab Krispy Kreme Mars donuts in honor of the Perseverance landing Thursday, Feb 18, 2021,in Burbank. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds NASA and JPL Mars rover team members grab Krispy Kreme Mar...
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Sen. Manchin says he’ll vote against Biden’s OMB pick

By Lauren Fox | CNN Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin announced Friday he will vote against Neera Tanden, President Joe Biden’s nominee for the director of the Office of Management and Budget, making her confirmation unlikely given Republican resistance to her nomination. Biden said, “No,” when asked if he planned to pull Tanden’s nomination because of Manchin’s announcement, adding, “I think we’re gonna find the votes to get her confirmed.” In a brief statement, the moderate West Virginia Democrat sa...
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Senior Living: Family caregivers, routinely left off vaccine lists, worry what would happen ‘if I get sick’

Robin Davidson entered the lobby of Houston Methodist Hospital, where her 89-year-old father, Joe, was being treated for a flare-up of congestive heart failure. Before her stretched a line of people waiting to get COVID-19 vaccines. “It was agonizing to know that I couldn’t get in that line,” said Davidson, 50, who is devoted to her father and usually cares for him full time. “If I get sick, what would happen to him?” Tens of thousands of middle-aged sons and daughters caring for older relatives...
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Cannondale Lefty Ocho suspension fork grows to 120mm, only for EU Scalpel SE LTD for now

Seemingly keeping with tradition, Cannondale just quietly introduced a new version of the Lefty fork. Just like with the 2019 Scalpel SI, the 2021 Scalpel SE LTD popped up with an all new fork. This time with longer travel. At the moment, details are still limited, but this was a part of a soft launch […] The post Cannondale Lefty Ocho suspension fork grows to 120mm, only for EU Scalpel SE LTD for now appeared first on Bikerumor.
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David Price rejoins Dodgers after a ‘tough’ year of watching from afar

David Price didn’t miss a game last year even as he was missing the game a great deal. “That was the first time I’d ever been away from baseball, been away from the team. That was tough at the beginning, for sure,” said Price, one of the most high-profile players who opted out of playing the 2020 season amid a global pandemic. “It’s the most baseball I’d ever watched on TV. I was in constant contact with these guys and all my former teammates around the league. I just tried to keep things normal...
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US charges 9 Oath Keepers in Capitol attack conspiracy

By Sarah N. Lynch | Reuters WASHINGTON – A federal grand jury indicted nine associates of the “Oath Keepers” militia on Friday for conspiring to storm the Capitol on Jan. 6 to prevent Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s election victory, adding to a list of defendants with ties to the far-right anti-government group. In a superseding indictment, the U.S. charged six people allegedly connected to Oath Keepers – Ohio residents Sandra Ruth Parker, 60, and her husband Bennie Alvin Parker,...
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Back For More

Yep. Another game night, and, the 19 are back for more. The Wings have been in some pretty close games of late, but, never seem to be able to finish. I will never say, "They deserved better," because that's not how the game is played. Moral victory? No, because it's not a win, and, if the Wings organ-I-zation doesn't do something to change this culture of losing, they're not going to have anyone watching. Good thing it's a shortened season because, even the most die hard ...
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Get Ready For The Jack Eichel Trade Talk Again

from Matt Larkin of the Buffalo News, The Jack Eichel trade talk was already fervent after last season. The captain couldn’t hide his frustration with the direction of the franchise. Entering his age-24 campaign, he was burning through crucial prime years. He produced at a fringe-MVP-candidate level in 2019-20, with his pace pro-rated to 43 goals and 94 points in a full season, and the team only “improved” to a sixth-place finish in the Atlantic Division and a .493 points percentage, join...
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With Dennis Schröder’s return ‘uncertain,’ Lakers leaning on depth to compete

It’s been the custom for the season, but the Lakers have had the great fortune to not have to deal with much of it. When the league’s COVID-19 protocols are involved, it’s often hard to tell just how long a player or staff will be missing. That’s what the Lakers are saying now about Dennis Schröder, their 27-year-old point guard who started every game until Thursday night, when he was a late scratch against Brooklyn. He didn’t practice on Friday, and the Lakers are unsure when he’ll next be able...
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Santa Anita horse racing consensus picks for Saturday, Feb. 20

The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Saturday Feb. 20 for horse racing at Santa Anita. Trouble viewing on mobile device? Enjoy the consensus horse racing picks online? Subscribe Related Articles Flavien Prat reaches milestone victory on successful day at Santa Anita Horse racing notes: Essential Quality tops NTRA’s initial 3-year-old rankings ...
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UCLA men’s basketball in ‘must-win’ mode with 4 Pac-12 games left

UCLA coach Mick Cronin and sophomore Jaime Jaquez Jr. echoed each other after the win over Arizona on Thursday night at Pauley Pavilion. “These are must-win games,” Jaquez Jr. said after scoring a career-high 25 points in the 74-60 victory. “That’s the attitude we came into the game with (Thursday night), and I feel like we showed that.” Cronin later said: “(Thursday night) was huge. We’re in a must-win situation. We knew it … “With our résumé, the way our league is being disrespected … that’s w...
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