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Fontana woman survives coronavirus, gives birth to premature baby

For Yvett Camacho and her newborn baby girl, miracles come in pairs. The 30-year-old mother from Fontana was so ill from the effects of the coronavirus that maximum oxygen treatments weren’t working and she nearly died. Yet, after mom was given advanced pulmonary treatment, and baby received special care from the neo-natal intensive care unit, both beat long odds and were recuperating at home Friday, March 12. After being airlifted from San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland to Cedars-Sinai Med...
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Normalcy Inches Back to NFL With Draft Room Gatherings OK'd

Some semblance of normalcy will return to the NFL next month when teams will be allowed to gather in their draft rooms for the three-day draft of college talent.
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UTLA head touts tentative school reopening agreement as a win for organized labor

The head of United Teachers Los Angeles touted the tentative agreement reached this week with the Los Angeles Unified School District — following protracted negotiations — as a win for organized labor and said the “gold standard” set in terms of expectations for school reopenings will serve as a national model for other unions still bargaining to safely return to campuses. “As educators, we should be proud that we used our collective voice and power as a union to stand up for our students and th...
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Photos: See the Colorado Street Bridge fence mockups; Pasadena seeks your feedback

Pasadena installed full-size mockups of the suicide mitigation fences it’s considering for the Colorado Street Bridge, and now the city is asking residents for feedback in a survey on the city’s website. The Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena has mock ups of suicide mitigation fences installed and the city is asking for resident feedback. Sample C on display on Friday, March12, 2021. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) The Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena has mock ups...
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High school football scores and photos from games Friday, March 12

The scores and photos from the high school football games on Friday, March 12. FOOTBALL SCORES Edison 55, Trabuco Hills 7 La Habra 35, Chaminade 16 Los Alamitos 59, Millikan 0 Corona del Mar vs. Palos Verdes Servite at Damien Sonora at Crean Lutheran Mayfair vs. Santa Margarita Antelope Valley at Palmdale Highland at Eastside St. Genevieve at Harvard-Westlake Foothill at Tustin Pacifica at Fullerton Orange vs. Villa Park Santa Ana at Placentia Valencia Yorba Linda at Newport Harbor Sunny Hills v...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Luna, Edison, St Francis, Los Alamitos, La Habra, Chaminade, High School Football, Jim Bonds, Corona Del Mar, Michael Fernandez, Millikan, Trabuco Hills


‘It’s been exhausting, tiring, maddening’: A year of tumult for LA restaurants during pandemic

When health officials declared a global pandemic nearly a year ago, Carey Ysais was forced to make some painful decisions to keep the lights on at his North Hollywood restaurant. Almost overnight, the owner of a sushi restaurant and bar Kahuna Tiki saw how his sales plummeted, forcing him to lay off most of his staff. He dug into savings to pay for rent and other expenses. He stepped into the kitchen to help his chef make sushi while his wife was putting orders together. “We were working 60 hour...
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Pink’s honors former City Councilman Tom La Bonge with ‘Mr. Los Angeles’ hot dog

Richard Pink, of Pink’s Hot Dogs, is joined by his wife, his sister and members of the late L.A. city councilman’s family as he dedicates a new hot dog to Tom LaBonge in Hollywood on Friday, March 12, 2021. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Timmy LaBonge bites a Pinks’ Tom LaBonge hot dog during a dedication celebration of his brother, the late L.A. City Councilman Tom LaBonge, at Pinks Hot Dogs in Hollywood on Friday, March 12, 2021. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Phot...
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 947 new cases, 101 new deaths and 41 fewer hospitalizations as of March 12

Los Angeles public health officials reported 947 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,208,913 as of Friday, March 12. Officials said there were 101 new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 22,404 deaths since tracking began. According to official counts, there were 1,1015 hospitalizations as of Friday. That’s a 87.5% decrease from the Jan. 7 high of 8,098 people hospitalized. A total of 2,709,032 vaccinations have been administered in the county as of Fr...
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Minor League Baseball Reportedly Experimenting with Robot Umpires

The seeds of the robot apocalypse are apparently being sewn in Minor League Baseball. Or rather, the minor leagues appear to be one more sector of society where automation is being used to “augment” and then potentially replace human labor. Read more...
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High School Football Returns For Short Spring Season

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Dolphins Free Agency: Eight Targets And Where They'd Fit

Most NFL franchises achieve sustained success through the draft, but free agency provides an opportunity to strengthen teams each year. This doesn't mean always signing the biggest and most expensive names, but rather identifying players wh
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Federalized Assembly Bill 5 must be defeated

On Tuesday, the House of Representatives voted 225 to 206 to pass the Protecting the Right to Organize Act or PRO Act. The union-backed bill seeks to trample over states with right-to-work laws protecting the rights of workers to opt out of joining and paying into unions if they don’t want to join them. The PRO Act would grant unions the power to collect dues from workers at unionized workplaces who don’t want to contribute to the union. According to Eric Boehm at Reason, the PRO Act would “forc...
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Hundreds of Guard troops set to leave DC, others will stay

By Lolita C. Baldor | Associated Press WASHINGTON — More than 1,000 National Guard members will be leaving Washington, D.C. over the next few days, but several thousand others will stay on for days or weeks, in the ongoing mission to provide security for the U.S. Capitol that has drawn criticism from lawmakers and reluctance from the military. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin earlier this week approved the Capitol Police request to extend the deployment of nearly 2,300 Guard members for about two ...
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Flavien Prat wins 6 consecutive races at Santa Anita

Flavien Prat, leading jockey during Santa Anita’s winter-spring meet, joined nine others by riding six winners on Friday’s eight-race card. Prat, 28, came up one victory shy of Laffit Pincay Jr.’s record of seven victories in one day, accomplished March 14, 1987. Prat did tie Pincay’s record of winning six consecutive races. The Frenchman came up a head short on 4-5 favorite Clearly Gone in the opener and then won the next six races. He would have had a chance to tie Pincay’s record, but his mou...
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Giuliani, Robert Downey Jr. land on Razzies list

By Lisa Richwine | Reuters LOS ANGELES – Hollywood superstar Robert Downey Jr. and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani landed on the list of nominees on Friday for Razzie Awards, an annual shaming of what voters consider the year’s worst films and performances. Downey Jr. was in the running for worst actor for playing the title role in “Dolittle,” a movie remake about a doctor who can talk to animals. “Dolittle,” released by Comcast Corp’s Universal Pictures, tied for the most Razzie nominations...
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Live updates: High school football returns in Southern California

High school football season begins tonight in Southern California, the first games played since the fall of 2019. The coronavirus has already impacted this week’s schedule with some games being canceled. The season-opening football game between La Habra and host Mission Viejo, scheduled for Friday has been canceled after student-athletes in the Mission Viejo program tested positive for COVID-19, Mission Viejo High principal Tricia Osborne announced. La Habra will now open its season at Chaminade...
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Universal Studios Hollywood’s Taste of Universal opens, and here’s what it was like (rain and all)

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began a year ago, Universal Studios Hollywood opened its gates for Taste of Universal, a special ticketed outdoor dining and shopping event on Friday. Although it was pouring rain when the event began, guests were waiting and eager to get in. Gerardo Salvatierra of Yorba Linda was there with his family, and he said the first thing he felt when he made it through the turnstile was happiness. “Everything is opening up a little now and we’re a bit t...
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The 5 best cheap running shoes for beginners and marathon training alike

You can score ample cushioning, support for long mileage, or just the basics for the occasional jog at an affordable price.Some of the best athletic brands like New Balance, Hoka, and Brooks have great runners at $100 to $130.Our top pick, the Hoka One One Rincon, is cushioned, durable, and great for short jogs or multi-hour runs alike. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky I've been running for more than 20 years and, in that time, I've tried just about every type of shoe on the market on ...
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Education saw a lot of changes in the past year, here’s what could be here to stay

A year ago, teacher and instructional coach Susan Ferguson left her classroom as the coronavirus pandemic gained momentum in Southern California, not knowing when she or her students would return. In recent weeks, families across the region have rejoiced with the news some campuses will reopen as the state’s infection rates trend downward, celebrating what they hope is the beginning of the end to home-based distance learning, the challenges it posed and the problems it exposed. Ferguson, too, lo...
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PHOTOS: A year without Disneyland

The Esplanade between Disneyland and Disney California Adventure is devoid of people during the resort closure due to coronavirus (COVID-19) in Anaheim, CA, on Thursday, May 7, 2020. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG) It was only supposed to be a few weeks. When it’s finally over it will have been more than a year. On March 13, 2020, the Walt Disney Company closed Disneyland and Disneyland California Adventure out of an “abundance of caution.” The shutdown was expected to l...
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Photos: Motorists on northbound 5 Freeway south of Gorman get snowy show

Snow covers the mountains Friday, March 12, 2021, as seen on the northbound 5 Freeway south of Gorman. (Photo by Mike Meadows/Special to the Los Angeles Daily News) Snow covers Kern County Sheriff’s Department vehicles Friday, March 12, 2021, at the Frazier Park substation. (Photo by Mike Meadows/Special to the Los Angeles Daily News) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Snow buries vehicles Friday, March 12, 2021, on a residential street in Frazier Park. (Photo by Mike Mead...
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Comic Con Revolution announces plans for in-person Ontario event in December

Comic Con Revolution is planning to gather fans in person at the Ontario Convention Center for two days in December, organizers announced on Friday. Billed as the Inland Empire’s only full-scale family-friendly comic convention, the event will mark its fourth year after postponing its 2020 edition due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are so excited to finally be returning to the Inland Empire,” said co-owner Drew Seldin in a news release announcing the plans. “The last year has been so hard for so ...
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Sierra Canyon football will get litmus test upfront at St. John Bosco

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The Daily News has been home to talented high school football teams. Most recently, Calabasas High earned a CIF Southern Section Division 1 berth in 2019 – one of only eight teams to receive a top division bid. Still, the Coyotes, loaded with 4 and 5-star talent, were no match for teams in the Trinity League, losing to JSerra 31-20 in the regular season before eventually losing to St. John Bosco in the pla...
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Gunmen abduct 39 students from school in Nigeria

By Sam Olukoya | Associated Press LAGOS, Nigeria — Gunmen have attacked a school in northwestern Nigeria and kidnapped 39 students just weeks after a similar mass abduction in the region, authorities said Friday. The latest kidnapping took place late Thursday night at the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, in the Igabi local government area of Kaduna state, police said. “The number of missing students is now confirmed to be 39, comprising 23 females and 16 males,” said Samuel Aruw...
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Hundreds of children reportedly held in packed Border Patrol tent

By Nomaan Merchant | Associated Press HOUSTON — Hundreds of immigrant children and teenagers have been detained at a Border Patrol tent facility in packed conditions, with some sleeping on the floor because there aren’t enough mats, according to nonprofit lawyers who conduct oversight of immigrant detention centers. The lawyers interviewed more than a dozen children Thursday in Donna, Texas, where the Border Patrol is holding more than 1,000 people. Some of the youths told the lawyers they had ...
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Chargers free-agency guide: Intriguing offensive linemen available

Many mock drafts have the Chargers selecting Northwestern offensive tackle Rashawn Slater in the first round because the team has a need at that position. But he’s also the obvious name because there won’t be many quality offensive tackles available for next week’s free agency frenzy. Slater’s stock has surged in recent weeks and he helped his cause with an impressive Pro Day this week. It’s possible that Slater won’t be available for the Chargers when they’re on the clock at pick No. 13. Oregon...
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Coyotes Weekly: Three Points Gained, but One Goaltender Lost

The Arizona Coyotes didn’t play great hockey over their last 120 minutes of action, but they still managed to escape with three points during their two-game series against the Colorado ... Read more Coyotes Weekly: Three Points Gained, but One Goaltender Lost
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Sheldon Keefe: “We have really missed Wayne Simmonds since he left the lineup… It has been a different feel around our team”

After an optional practice on Friday, Sheldon Keefe discussed the play of the team at the halfway point, goals for the second half of the season, the impact of the veterans the team added in the offseason, and the status of Jack Campbell in his injury rehab. You are at the halfway point sitting first […] The post Sheldon Keefe: “We have really missed Wayne Simmonds since he left the lineup… It has been a different feel around our team” appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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Recent Maple Leafs’ Roster Moves: Agostino, Lehtonen, Robertson & More

In this rather odd edition of what might be named Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’m going to concentrate on recent roster moves that the Toronto Maple Leafs have made ... Read more Recent Maple Leafs’ Roster Moves: Agostino, Lehtonen, Robertson & More
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Jose Quintana continues strong spring in Angels’ victory

THE GAME: The Angels beat the Arizona Diamondbacks, 4-3, in an eight-inning Cactus League game on Friday at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The Angels improved 7-4-1. PITCHING REPORT: Left-hander José Quintana worked three-plus innings and did not allow a run. He issued a walk but retired nine of 10 hitters he faced in the first three innings. He returned to the mound for the fourth, most likely just to face one more hitter, and he issued a walk. Quintana has not allowed a run in six innings so far this s...
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