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Lakers win Las Vegas Summer League Championship

On Monday Night the Los Angeles Lakers won the Las Vegas Summer League tournament, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 110-98. They got to the championship game largely by the play of rookie point guard Lonzo Ball. Ironically, Ball injured his […]

Lakers win Las Vegas Summer League Championship

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On Monday Night the Los Angeles Lakers won the Las Vegas Summer League tournament, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 110-98. They got to the championship game largely by the play of rookie point guard Lonzo Ball. Ironically, Ball injured his […]

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San Diego: One of California’s best

Sure, some folks have left their hearts in San Francisco and why not, it is one beautiful City by the Bay. bit further north there is the awesome heart

Will they survive “The Marriage Zone”

It seems simple enough, a couple want to move up in life a little, get a new home in a better school district to help give the son a

George A. Romero, creator of the Zombie Apocalypse, has died

George A. Romero, creator of the “Zombie Apocalypse,” has died at the age of 77. His family said he passed away in his sleep, after short but aggressive battle

Maitreya is coming, according to this reader

Letter to the Editor: Astronomically, about every 2,500 years our solar system comes into alignment with a constellation of the Zodiac. Until recently our solar system was aligned with Pisces.

America’s real Trump problem

I have nothing new to add of insight behind our president and his seemingly unending assault on the office that has withstood each of his predecessors. Like many of

This Rabbi has a mission and it’s complicated

The story is centered on a former Rabbi now administrator of a local soup kitchen serving homeless and other needy people in his community. But to his friends he

Big lizards and baked cookies in cars

In Arizona, where temperatures now routinely muscle their way to 120 degrees or more, folks can fry eggs on the sidewalk and bake cookies in cars giving new meaning

Los Angeles likely to host 2024 or 2028 Summer Olympics

In a ceremony attended by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Paris, France Mayor Anne Hidalgo, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the two cities would host the Summer Olympics

Alamo Fire burning through Santa Barbara County

CalFire is reporting the Alamo Fire in Northern Santa Barbara County has now spread to 19,000 acres and is just 10 percent contained. They have called for evacuations of

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