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Dodgers dominated by Yu Darvish in loss to Padres

SAN DIEGO — In keeping with the new crackdown on grip-enhancing substances, the umpires checked Padres starter Yu Darvish multiple times during Monday’s game. Like most of the Dodgers hitters, they came up empty. Darvish struck out 11 in six innings, including seven consecutive batters at one point, holding the Dodgers to two hits as a delighted sellout crowd at Petco Park watched the San Diego Padres “Beat L.A.,” 6-2. The latest renewal of this fresh-out-of-the-wrapper rivalry once again was pl...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Darvish, Yu Darvish, Dodgers, Padres, Petco Park, Tim Hill, Manny Machado, Betts


Suit accuses 7 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies of striking a man dozens of times in the face

INGLEWOOD — A lawsuit against seven Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies accused them of beating a man dozens of times in the face, leaving him with broken bones and loss of sight in one eye, his attorneys announced Monday. Christopher Bailey has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the deputies and the Sheriff’s Department over the May 2020 beating in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, KABC-TV reported. Seven deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are being accused of...
Tags: News, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Glendale, Inglewood, Capitol, Los Angeles County, KABC, U S Postal Service, Bailey, Sheriff 's Department, Christopher Bailey, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department


JPL scientists say high-altitude balloons may be used to study Venus

PASADENA — Researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Caltech said today they want to further test the use of high-altitude balloons — like two used in California after a series of earthquakes about two years ago — to determine if they could be utilized to study seismic activity on Venus. Instruments attached to one of two “heliotrope” balloons detected a low-frequency acoustic vibration wash over it as a result of a 4.2-magnitude aftershock in July 2019, with scientists subsequently ...
Tags: Business, News, California, Government, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Pasadena, Venus, Jpl, Caltech, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT


Tiny home village to shelter homeless Angelenos opens in Echo Park

LOS ANGELES — A “tiny home village” that can serve as interim housing for up to 74 people experiencing homelessness is now open in a former parking lot in Echo Park. Councilman Mitch O’Farrell said the site, located at the corner of Alvarado Street and Scott Avenue, has 38 new cabins, showers, restrooms, a laundry area and a dog run. Residents will be provided with medical care, case management services and three meals a day. Thirty-two people had moved into the village as of Friday, according t...
Tags: Health, News, La, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Homeless, Venice, Farrell, Echo Park, Raman, North Hollywood, LA City Council, VILLANUEVA


LA Care Health Plan commits $5 million to new South LA medical school program

LOS ANGELES — As part of its $155 million commitment to attract physicians to underserved areas, L.A. Care Health Plan announced Monday, June 21 that it is giving $5 million to help fund the creation of a South L.A. medical school program focused on serving under-resourced communities. The donation will support the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, an historically black private medical school in Willowbrook that trains 28 medical students each year through a partnership with UC...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, La, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Ucla, Cdu, South Los Angeles, LA County, Willowbrook


LA Public Health announces study into Inglewood Oil Field health impacts

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced on Monday, June 21, it will conduct a second study, led by UCLA research teams, into the health impacts of living near the Inglewood Oil Field. UCLA teams will develop and implement the assessment, which will take into consideration residents’ distance from oil fields in an effort to better understand how community health is impacted. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health will develop the assessment’s protoco...
Tags: Health, Energy, Business, News, Government, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Community, Ucla, Culver City, Baldwin Hills, Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health


LA artistic community teams up with elected officials to boost ‘Save The Performing Arts Act’

Actor Ben Guillory speaks out in support of art during a press conference with small BIPOC theater leaders supporting SB 805 (Save The Performing Arts Act of 2021) at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in downtown Los Angeles on Monday, June 21, 2021. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) City Councilman Kevin De León visits with Actor Edward James Olmos as they both came out to speak in support of SB 805 (Save The Performing Arts Act of 2021) during a press conference at the ...
Tags: Business, News, Education, La, Government, Senate, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Theater, Bill, Southern California, Metro, Los Angeles County, LA County


LA County urges employers to verify workers’ vaccine status despite honor system

Saying COVID-19 is now “a pandemic of unvaccinated people,” Los Angeles County’s public health director urged employers on Monday, June 21, to verify workers’ vaccination status to determine if they should be wearing masks at work, despite the state allowing a self-attestation honor system. Although she expressed optimism that workers in the county will continue “doing what’s right” and being honest about their vaccination status, Barbara Ferrer said the threat of COVID-19 variants — such as the...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, La, Government, Environment, Sport, Soccer, Delta, Community, Disneyland, Sam, Los Angeles County, Ferrer, LA County


Slight relief from high temperatures coming this week after Southern California heat wave

Inland areas of Southern California that saw triple-digit temperatures last week will get a few days of relief, but not for long. High temperatures were expected to stay in the mid-80s to low-90s in the Inland Empire and in the 80s for inland Orange and Los Angeles counties for most of the week, meteorologists said Monday, June 21. The marine layer was expected to stick around in coastal areas, with temperatures mostly in the 70s. But temperatures will start to heat up again later in the week. “...
Tags: Weather, News, Alabama, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Maxwell, Long Beach, Southern California, Inland Empire, Claudette, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF


7 Disneyland restaurants and bars set reopening dates — including Trader Sam’s

Disneyland fans craving a Shrunken Zombie Head cocktail and a pupu platter at Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar will soon be able to quench their thirst and satisfy their hunger when the popular poolside bar named for a shrunken head dealer on the Jungle Cruise finally returns. Trader Sam’s and 6 other restaurants and bars at the Disneyland resort are set to reopen for the first time since being shuttered in March 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic. Disneyland and Disney California Adventure reopened o...
Tags: Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, People Magazine, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Sam, Southern California, Disney World, Fairfax, Minnie, Mickey, Magic Kingdom, Tiana, Jungle Cruise


Whicker: Want an NCAA revolution? The Supreme Court is here to help

Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh did not have to write a thing. The Supreme Court had already spoken, in 9-0 unanimity. It upheld a district court’s decision in NCAA v. Alston that barred the NCAA from limiting the money an athlete could receive from a college for education-related purposes. It was another paper cut, another hatchet chop against the bloated business of intercollegiate athletics. Then Kavanaugh brought the chainsaw. He wrote a concurring opinion that immediately becomes the bigg...
Tags: Florida, Justice, Supreme Court, California, Sports, America, Sport, Soccer, House, College sports, Ncaa, National Labor Relations Board, Alston, Bernie Sanders, Ann Arbor, South Bend


Crews break ground on $898 million station to connect LAX to Metro line

The new people mover under construction, left, along Century Blvd heading into LAX. Ground breaking for the new LAX Metro Connector was held Monday, June 21, 2021. The project will connect LA Metro busses and trains to LAX via the new people mover which is currently under construction, in background. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Justin Erbacci, LAX CEO speaks at the ground breaking for the new LAX Metro Connector Monday, June 21, 2021. The project will connect LA Me...
Tags: Transportation, London, News, Airports, Government, Amc, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Community, Watson, Eric Garcetti, Metro, Lax, Bradley


Amazon’s Prime Day deals expected to disappoint as costs surge

By Spencer Soper | Bloomberg The deals during Amazon.com’s annual Prime Day sale will be stingier this year, according to merchants, thanks to rising shipping costs, higher advertising rates and scarce inventory. The two-day event, which began Monday, arrived as the world grapples with the lingering effects of the pandemic. Supply-chain disruptions — including the Suez Canal shutdown earlier this year and a spike in Covid cases that has hobbled two of China’s busiest ports — have pushed up costs...
Tags: Amazon, Business, New York, Technology, China, Sport, PA, Soccer, Jeff Bezos, Alexa, Bezos, Suez Canal, Target Corp, Spencer Soper, Walmart Inc, Top Stories LADN


Interpol, Modest Mouse and M.I.A. top Just Like Heaven fest coming to Pasadena in 2022

Goldenvoice’s Just Like Heaven festival will make its return in 2022. The Southern California festival promoter announced on Monday that Just Like Heaven is back and moving from Queen Mary Park in Long Beach to Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena May 21, 2022. The single-day event will feature performances by Interpol, Modest Mouse, The Shins, M.I.A., Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand, Chromeo, Santigold, Cut Copy, The Hives, Peaches, The Raveonettes, !!!, Wolf Parade, The Go! Team, The Cribs, Yell...
Tags: Music, California, Sport, Park, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Coachella, Pasadena, Morrissey, Rose Bowl, Southern California, Concerts, Inglewood, Brookside


The fast food chicken sandwich wars will never end and here’s why

Nearly two years after it began, the battle over what fast food chain has the best chicken sandwich rages on. Carl’s Jr., Burger King and McDonald’s recently entered the fray in the so-called chicken sandwich wars, and they’re not alone. Kentucky Fried Chicken and Wendy’s have added new chicken sandwiches to their menu, and even Taco Bell has revived its Naked Chicken Chalupa, which has a shell made with chicken meat, as a contender in combat. “Now it’s just required that everyone have a chicken...
Tags: Texas, Restaurants, America, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New York Times, Fast Food, Long Beach, Ohio, Burger King, Nile Rodgers, Taco Bell, Travis Scott


Bubble watch: Why are local lenders cutting staff?

“Bubble Watch” digs into trends that may indicate economic and/or housing market troubles ahead. Buzz: Most Southern California bosses are swiftly hiring as the economy heals from pandemic damage, but local lenders have cut employment after mortgage rates bottomed in early January. Source: My trusty spreadsheet’s analysis for state jobs data for Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The Trend Lenders as tracked by state job counters — that’s making loans of all sorts, but...
Tags: Business, Jobs, News, California, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Federal Reserve, Gas Prices, Southern California, San Bernardino, Los Angeles Orange Riverside, Southern California News Group, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Sex? Check. Drugs? Yes. Rock ‘n’ roll? Obviously. Regrets? Michael Des Barres has none.

Michael Des Barres never made plans, but always knew what he was doing. “No plans — instinct everything,” says the 73-year-old English-born actor and rock singer, who landed in Los Angeles in the ’70s and never left. “What I’m trying to say is that I’ve never thought anything through. I’ve just done it.” Des Barres is talking ostensibly because a documentary on his life, “Michael Des Barres: Who Do You Want Me To Be?” arrives on home video this month. “I leave school – this abusive, absurd, crim...
Tags: England, London, Movies, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Bob Dylan, Richard Thompson, Lulu, Pasadena, Duran Duran, Paramount, James Dean


Senior Living: Is your living room the future of hospital care?

By Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News Major hospital systems are betting big money that the future of hospital care looks a lot like the inside of patients’ homes. Hospital-level care at home — some of it provided over the internet — is poised to grow after more than a decade as a niche offering, boosted both by medical facilities eager to ease overcrowding during the coronavirus pandemic and growing interest by insurers who want to slow health care spending. But challenges remain, such as decidi...
Tags: Amazon, News, California, Oregon, Kaiser Permanente, Boston, Massachusetts, Sport, Soccer, Medicare, New Mexico, Kaiser Health News, Mayo Clinic, Anderson, Dean, Kaiser Family Foundation


Suns down Clippers in Game 1 behind Devin Booker’s 40-point triple-double

Clippers guard Paul George dribbles against the Suns’ Jae Crowder during the first quarter of Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Sunday afternoon in Phoenix. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Suns guard Devin Booker battles with Clippers guards Terance Mann, right, and Paul George for a rebound during the first half of Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Sunday in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) PHOENIX, ARIZONA – JUNE 20: Paul George #13 of the Los Angeles Clip...
Tags: Utah, Sports, DeMarcus Cousins, Phoenix Suns, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Nba, Jackson, Reggie Jackson, Rajon Rondo, Los Angeles Clippers, Booker, Phoenix, Suns, Paul George


LA County posts 258 new coronavirus cases, 3 more deaths on Sunday

Los Angeles County reported 258 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths on Sunday, June 20, while continuing to track the proliferation of coronavirus variants. Sunday’s figures brought the county’s totals to 1,247,618 cases and 24,441 fatalities since the pandemic began, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. According to state figures, there were 213 people hospitalized in the county due to COVID-19 as of Sunday, down from 219 on Saturday. There were 45 COVI...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, Government, India, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Delta, Community, Black, Los Angeles County


This bill was meant to protect California workers from COVID. Some counties use it to protect employers instead.

In the thick of the pandemic, California adopted a law to tell workers of dangers their employers often kept secret: Which workplaces had suffered outbreaks of COVID-19, and how severe they were. Yet six months after the law took effect, most employees know scarcely more than before, a Bay Area News Group investigation has found. Only about one-third of the state’s 58 counties released specific information on workplace outbreaks in response to recent public records requests, and those specifics ...
Tags: Amazon, Business, News, California, Oregon, Israel, California News, Los Angeles, Tesla, Sport, Soccer, Delta, Oakland, Riverside County, East Bay, Joe


12 dead in Alabama due to Claudette storm, including 10 children

ATLANTA — Tropical Depression Claudette claimed 12 lives in Alabama as the storm swept across the southeastern U.S., causing flash flooding and spurring tornadoes that destroyed dozens of homes. Ten people, including nine children, were killed Saturday in a 15-vehicle crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, according to Butler County Coroner Wayne Garlock. He said the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads, with eight children, ages 4 to 17, killed in a van belonging to a yo...
Tags: Facebook, Weather, Florida, News, Mississippi, Mexico, Alabama, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Red Cross, Louisiana, Jackson, North Carolina, Smith


This Pomona mural for Magu will honor a pioneering Chicano artist

A tribute mural to the late artist Gilbert “Magu” Lujan honors the years he spent in downtown Pomona’s Arts Colony. Crowded with detail and bursting with color, it’ll blow everyone’s mind when it’s installed in a few days. For anyone who loves the work of Lujan, the mural checks all the boxes: An aerial view of a broad expanse of geography. Ribbon-like roads traversed by lowriders. Anthropomorphic rabbits and dogs, some in guayabera shirts. Cactus and palm trees. Pyramids. Day-glo colors. A refe...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Arts, La, Sport, Soccer, Vine, Kobe Bryant, Local News, Lakers, Southern California, Ontario, Pomona, Cardinals, Dodgers, La Puente


Rialto pyrotechnics company rebounds from ‘devastating’ pandemic, plans 250 fireworks shows this year

This Fourth of July, Jim Souza will have something extra special to celebrate: the rebounding of his family pyrotechnics business that was crippled by the coronavirus pandemic last year. When the pandemic prompted restrictions of public events nationwide in March 2020, Pyro Spectaculars by Souza in Rialto, one of the biggest producers of pyrotechnic extravaganzas nationwide, took a major hit. Sales declined by 90%. More than 300 scheduled Fourth of July events dwindled to less than 20, and Souza...
Tags: News, California, America, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Rocklin, Fireworks, Party, Disneyland, Pasadena, Local News, Rose Bowl, Highland, Bay Area, Sparks


How older adults who live alone can address their grown children’s safety concerns

I am an 83-year-old healthy widow who intends to stay in my own home for as long as possible, much to the concern of my children. I would like to convince them that this is a reasonable idea for me and I know what I am doing. Fortunately, I own my home. Are there some things I need to consider? Many thanks. E.R. Dear E.R. Your preference to live in your own home and community is shared by 75 percent of those 50 years and older, according to an AARP survey. AARP further reports that among...
Tags: Google, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Alexa, Helen, AARP, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun, Helen Dennis, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT


Bill would require doctors to disclose payments from drug, device manufacturers

New legislation inspired by a Studio City woman’s failed breast reconstruction surgery would force doctors in California to tell their patients annually about any money or gifts they receive from drug and medical device companies. The federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act, a law signed in 2010, already requires the companies to report such payments to a public “Open Payments” database run by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. But proponents of Assembly Bill 1278 say the federal ac...
Tags: News, Congress, California, Senate, California News, Legislation, Sport, Soccer, Fda, Bill, Local News, Cma, Nazarian, U S Food and Drug Administration, Assembly, South Bay


Rich Archbold: The Buchfuhrers — celebrating Father’s Day as doctor team

When Julia Buchfuhrer was growing up, she had a special bond with her father, Mark Buchfuhrer, but, hard as he tried, he could not persuade her to become a doctor like he was. ‘No way, no way,” she told her dad. She was interested in other things, like maybe being a marine biologist. But her dad persisted. He finally got his wish when his daughter decided to go to medical school and become a doctor, but that wasn’t the end of the story. Julia Buchfuhrer graduated from med school at Western Unive...
Tags: Yosemite, Kaiser Permanente, Stanford, Nazis, Toronto, Sport, Hungary, Canada, Soccer, United States, Arizona, Poland, Long Beach, University Of Arizona, Montreal, Local News


As employees head back to work, insults and misconduct ramp up

They’re back. Those snide insults, inappropriate comments, racist remarks and sexual innuendos that used to make us cringe are rearing their heads again as more people return to the workplace amid a fast-recovering — and seemingly looser — COVID-19 world. After more than 14 months of working from home with no on-site management to filter or rein in comments or behaviors that could be considered workplace harassment, employees and bosses are facing an adjustment period. In some cases, it’s making...
Tags: Work, Business, New York, News, Workplace, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Deloitte, Local News, Sexual Harassment, Pew Research, Seyfarth, Perrier, Phillipe Weiss, Sexual Misconduct


How a shy kid from Nigeria became an important California legal voice and, finally, a novelist

Noel Obiora is senior legal counsel for the California Public Utilities Commission, where he has spent nearly two decades deciphering and analyzing all the legal aspects of the regulatory process for the commission. Prior to that, Obiora had his own private practice in Los Angeles, and way before that, Obiora, 55, was a shy kid in Nigeria who dreamed of becoming a writer. Now, finally, Obiora has fulfilled that dream with the publication of his just-published legal mystery, “A Past That Bre...
Tags: Books, New York, London, California, La, Nigeria, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Connecticut, David Bowie, Harry Potter, Southern California, Benicia


Fans celebrate at Boots in the Park music festival, the first since COVID-19 mandates lifted

On Saturday, country music fans were ready to party. As they began entering the gates of Boots in the Park at SilverLakes Equestrian and Sports Park in Norco around noon, they rushed to set up lawn chairs and blankets in the grassy seating area and hurried to one of the multiple bar tents to get that first beer or sweet cocktail to cool down on balmy, yet breezy, 90-plus degree day. “We came here so we could drink with people,” Amee Brown of Riverside said. She and a group of girlfriends gathere...
Tags: Music, California, Sport, Park, Austin, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Las Vegas, Coachella, Morrissey, Southern California, Concerts, Derek, Phoenix, Hurley



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