• Alexander: Rams haven’t been the same since that week off

    LOS ANGELES — What on earth did the Rams do during their bye week, anyway?
    Remember? After that rousing, magical 54-51 Monday night victory over Kansas City Nov. 19 in the Coliseum, they had a week to relax and gear up for the stretch drive. The way things have gone since they came back, the assumption would be that they did too much basking in their good reviews and not enough gearing up.
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  • Todd Gurley’s injury derails Rams running plans in loss to Philadelphia Eagles

    LOS ANGELES – The plan was deliberate. The course correction was clear.
    A week after leaving Todd Gurley out in the bitter cold, there was no mistaking Sean McVay’s attempt to heat up the Rams’ once-scorching run game on Sunday. In Chicago, Gurley had 14 measly touches – the fewest since his rookie season. Not so coincidentally, the Rams responded with their worst offensive performance in two years under Sean McVay.
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  • Whicker: Rams were hoping they didn’t have to prove their resilience

    LOS ANGELES – All along the Rams said this wasn’t going to be easy. The problem, of course, that it was.
    They could play half-games against Denver, Detroit and Seattle and still fall back on their truths. They had the best offense, the best runner, the best defensive lineman, the best punting game.  Their masterpiece was that orgiastic, 54-51 victory over Kansas City on Monday Night Football, in front of a spellbound Coliseum, in what was universally ordained an official Super B
  • Woman pleads guilty to manslaughter, gets 6 years in prison for 2016 Anaheim park killing

    SANTA ANA — A 25-year-old woman pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter Friday and was immediately sentenced to six years in prison for the fatal stabbing of a fellow transient in Edison Park in Anaheim.
    Jessica Ventura. (File photo)
    As part of the plea deal, a charge of murder against Jessica Ventura was dismissed along with a sentencing enhancement for the personal use of a deadly weapon.
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  • Rams and Jared Goff continue to struggle in home defeat to Philadelphia Eagles

    Rams running back Todd Gurley scores against the Philadelphia Eagles during the first half in an NFLgame Sunday, Dec. 16, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
    Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley #30 celebrates his touchdown run with Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee #89 against the Philadelphia Eagles in the first half of the game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Sunday, December 16, 2018. (Photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)SoundT
  • Rams linebacker Dante Fowler’s busy week ends with game, newborn son

    LOS ANGELES – It’s been a big year for Rams linebacker Dante Fowler, who already has added to his life a new jersey, a division title and a baby boy. Fowler had quite a week to balance football and life.
    Fowler missed practice Thursday to make a quick round trip to Florida to witness the birth of his second child, a son named D’Angelo. Fowler, who made it back for practice Friday morning, masked any possible sleep deprivation as he smiled widely to recount his cross-country jau
  • Michael Beasley has stayed in touch with Lakers while helping out his sick mother

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – It made sense that his presence wasn’t announced. At one point, several Lakers said, they looked down the bench and saw Michael Beasley sitting there in the third quarter.
    It was a surprise: Beasley has been out for the last five games now. On Sunday night, he was wearing a gray blazer instead of Lakers’ gold. But his teammates were nonetheless pleased to see him back – albeit briefly.
    “ I was surprised. I was really happy,” rookie Moe Wagne
  • Ernie Bucher resigns as football coach at Capistrano Valley

    Ernie Bucher has resigned as head coach of Capistrano Valley’s football team.
    Bucher, 40, coached the Cougars for six seasons. They were 52-21 during his tenure and reached the CIF-SS semifinals or finals in four of the five past seasons.
    He said he resigned to create more time with his family that includes a 4-year old and an eight-month old.
    “I need to spend a lot more time at home,” Bucher said. “This is not a retirement from coaching. It’s just a time for priori
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  • Argument between brothers in Santa Ana prompts 6-hour standoff

    Police arrested a man suspected of assaulting his brother and prompting a six-hour standoff in Santa Ana on Sunday, Nov. 16.
    A man armed with a 12-inch sword, knife and pellet gun assaulted his sibling in their home at 2710 S. Rosewood Ave., said Santa Ana Police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna. He said the man’s brother and mother fled the home and called police at about 9:30 a.m.
    The man’s relatives were not injured, according to Bertagna, who said officers had been called to respond to a si
  • Clippers’ Tobias Harris expands his youth mentoring program to L.A.

    PLAYA VISTA — The 25 boys who watched “Creed II” at the Playa Vista Cinemark on Sunday afternoon are going to remember it as basketball movie.
    That’s because they were there, enjoying a private screening of the film, free popcorn, drinks and candy with Tobias Harris, the Clippers’ forward who this year has expanded his Tobias’ Troops mentoring program to the L.A. area.
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  • John Wall leads Wizards in blowout of Lakers; LeBron James held to season low

    Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (23) and head coach Luke Walton dispute a call during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Washington Wizards, Sunday, Dec. 16, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Al Drago)
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  • Man accused of shooting woman, striking another man in face in La Mirada domestic violence assault

    A woman was shot and a man was struck in the face during what sheriff’s deputies described as a domestic violence assault in La Mirada just past midnight on Sunday.
    The assault suspect was arrested, but posted bail Sunday, said Lt. Blanca Arevalo of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. His name and city of residence were not immediately available.
    Arevalo said the attack took place in the 14900 block of Gagely Drive, a neighborhood ending in a cul-de-sac and rows of apartment
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  • Santas bring holiday cheer on the slopes at Mountain High

    It can’t be all work and no play for the big jolly man in the red suit.
    A number of Santas hit the snowy slopes at Mountain High on Sunday, a fun sight for visitors of the Wrightwood resort.
    Dozens of snowboarders and skiers decked out in costumes joined the fourth annual Santa Sunday, a way to celebrate the holiday season and also give back to charity.Daniel Murincsak, of Lake Forest, had not been snowboarding in 15 years and it was only his second time ever hitting the slopes.
    When some
  • Here’s why Southern California oil refineries will soon be required to closely monitor air quality

    The regional air-pollution watchdog will accept public comments for the next week on a series of proposed plans to monitor emissions at four South Bay refineries — including the Torrance Refinery — which the agency wants to implement by this time next year.
    The deadline to comment on the four proposals is 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21.
    The state and the South Coast Air Quality Management District are mandating the installation of new real-time fence-line air-monitoring systems at the Sou
  • Live updates: Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles

    Oddsmakers have installed the Rams as 13-point favorites for tonight’s game at the Coliseum against the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. The Rams are coming off their second loss of the season. The Eagles are scoring only 21.6 points per game, down a full touchdown from last year’s championship season.
    Rich Hammond, Mark Whicker, Ryan Kartje and Jim Alexander are reporting from the Coliseum. Follow along below for live updates, news and analysis.
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  • Ducks general manager Bob Murray’s minor moves have become success stories

    PITTSBURGH — Left wing Pontus Aberg leads the Ducks with 10 goals in 28 games. He is their fifth-leading scorer with 17 points. Right wing Daniel Sprong has scored three goals in only five games, including two during a 2-1 overtime victory Saturday over the Columbus Blue Jackets.
    Kiefer Sherwood, a rookie right wing, has scored three goals and eight points while playing all but one of the Ducks’ 34 games this season. He’s earned a regular shift and averaged 11:42 of i
  • Pedestrian injured after vehicle strikes him near Rancho Santa Margarita shopping center

    A crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian walking across the street in Rancho Santa Margarita led sheriff’s deputies to shut down an intersection near a busy shopping center for hours Sunday morning.
    An Orange County Sheriff’s Department spokesman said the collision happened at around 8:53 a.m., near the intersection of Santa Margarita Parkway and Avenida De Los Fundadores.
    The collision sent the man who was struck to a local hospital with injuries. His condition was unknown, said
  • Jeff Hewitt shows libertarians how to win

    SACRAMENTO – Many of my Republican friends chide me for being a “Losertarian,” a member of a party, the Libertarian Party, that is far better known for its sometimes-bizarre candidates, bitter internal disputes and unrealistic policy positions then it is for winning elections.
    Never mind that the GOP has its share of strange candidates (including one who managed to win a presidential election), but the criticism always has had an uncomfortable ring of truth to it.
    So it was wit
  • Gov. Brown’s possibly mischievous advice to state GOP

    Of all the assessments, advice and autopsy reports on the state of the California Republican Party, the most interesting, and possibly mischievous, advice came from Gov. Jerry Brown.
    “The weakness of the Republican Party has let the Democratic Party, I think, go get further out than I think the majority of people want,” Brown said in an interview on NPR’s “All Things Considered.” There is no shrewder analyst of California politics than the state’s outgoing fou
  • Los Alamitos consensus picks for Sunday, Dec. 16

    The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Sunday Dec. 16 at Los Alamitos.
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  • What the high-speed rail audit really means

    Although the midterm election was held on November 6th, the news media was absorbed for several weeks with undecided close races and the strength of the “blue wave,” especially here in California. Perhaps that is why a report from the Auditor of the State of California on the High Speed Rail Project issued the following week did not receive as much attention as it would otherwise warrant.
    To understand just how damning the HSR audit was, just consider the subtitle:  “Flawe
  • Whicker: The NFL sideline is Michele Tafoya’s frontline

    Sunday’s high was 70, the low was 51. Michele Tafoya, native of Manhattan Beach, was happy with either one and anything in between.
    She is the sideline reporter for NBC’s Sunday Night Football, the game/show that is viewed by more people than any other in prime-time. She also is the only member of the on-air crew that lives on the front lines.
    When a prominent player gets hurt, the world demands that Tafoya to tell us how bad, and immediately.
    Depending on which side of the field she
  • Why this new Temecula Valley winery aims for less crowded experience

    Guests who step through the doors at the new Bottaia Winery in Temecula Valley Wine Country will find themselves in an expansive luxe lobby that leads to picturesque views of big oak barrels, sprawling grapevines and comfortable seating. What they won’t see? The heavy duty crowds that sometimes come with the region’s booming tourism.
    Claudio Ponte, a partner at Bottaia, said the new winery was started in part because sister winery Ponte has become pretty crowded on weekends. The resu
  • How the Queen Mary became a mini music festival hot spot in 2018

    During its three decades at sea, the Queen Mary made 1,001 transatlantic crossings before it was permanently moored in Long Beach in 1967.
    But there was no quiet, laid-back retirement ahead for the vessel.
    Since its arrival more than 50 years ago, the ship has been a busy events venue and hotel, hosting dozens of concerts through the years as well as annual events such as Christmas-themed happenings and Dark Harbor during Halloween.
    And now things have stepped up even more thanks to a
  • St. Francis loses to Cypress in final seconds of Buc Pride Classic title game

    Cypress’s Elijah Vaielua blocks St. Francis’s Matt Molina’s attemp to win the game as the two teams battle it out in the tournament final Satruday, December 15, 2018 in Bellflower.(Photo by Tracey Roman, Contributing Photographer)
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  • St. Francis boys basketball loses title game in final seconds to Cypress

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  • Greene & Greene home on national historic register seeks $4 million

    The 7,162-square-foot house has been restored and updated, with an eye toward recovering some hidden, original details. Click through the slideshow to see more. (Photo by Don Lewis)
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  • Longtime ‘visitors’ can sometimes avoid registering a vehicle here

    Q. I have seen you say that new residents have 20 days to get a vehicle registered in California. What about a current California resident homeowner who retires, establishes a home in another state and stays in that other state every year for a little more than six months, so as to not be considered a California resident. When going back to their home in California for the other five months to “visit” each year, would they need to get their vehicle re-registered in California?
  • Mater Dei’s No. 1 girls basketball team survives scare from No. 7 Esperanza at Spartan Classic

    Mater Dei’s top-ranked girls basketball team was rewarded Saturday night for its trust in Alyssa Frescas.
    Esperanza’s reward arrived a bit later after one of the most exciting games of the young season.
    Frescas sank a long 3-pointer with 42 seconds left in the fourth quarter to help the Monarchs hold off spirited No. 7 Esperanza 53-49 in a down-to-the-wire final at the Spartan Classic at Orangewood Academy.
    Frescas, a sophomore shooting guard, missed her first six 3-point attempts be
  • Oklahoma stifles USC basketball

    TULSA, Okla. — Miles Reynolds scored a season-high 20 points, Christian James added 16 points and 15 rebounds and Oklahoma maintained its stifling defense in an 81-70 victory over Southern California on Saturday night.
    Oklahoma (9-1) held the Trojans to 34.8 percent shooting (23 of 66) and forced 18 turnovers.
    Reynolds, a graduate transfer from Pacific, has scored 14 or more in four of the last five games after not exceeding 12 in the first five.
    “Miles has a lot of enthusiasm and en
  • Max Hazzard delivers career performance as UC Irvine hammers Denver

    Max Hazzard’s performance Saturday night would easily fit into a book written by Dr. Seuss: He scored from here, he scored from there, he scored from everywhere.
    The redshirt junior and grandson of the late UCLA great Walt Hazzard scored a career-high 32 points in UC Irvine’s 86-52 rout of Denver at the Bren Center, making 11 of 19 3-point shots, also career highs on a night when the Anteaters rewrote their season-best lists.
    Hazzard had eight 3-pointers and 23 points in the first ha
  • Tesoro relies on teamwork to top Corona del Mar in final of Gary Raya/SoCal Elite tournament

    IRVINE – Tesoro’s boys basketball team is 8-1.
    The Titans’ 57-52 win Saturday over Corona del Mar showed why they are doing so well.
    Tesoro has all of the components of a good basketball team – a steady point guard, good shooters, a strong presence in the middle at both ends of the floor and an active defense.
    The Titans, ranked No. 7 in the OC Varsity Orange County top 25, put those elements together to beat the No. 24 Sea Kings on Saturday in the championship game of th
  • Paul George, Thunder outplay Clippers

    Los Angeles Clippers guard Milos Teodosic (4) and Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder (17) compete for a lose ball during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams)
    Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) runs after the ball during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers in Oklahoma City, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsOklaho
  • Servite, with MVP-effort by freshman wrestler Marcus Medina, wins Mann Classic

    HUNTINGTON BEACH – An untested freshman and a well-established senior were the standouts at the Mann Classic wrestling tournament on Saturday at Marina High School.
    Servite freshman Marcus Medina came into the 48-man, two-day tournament as the No. 5 seed at 120 pounds. He pinned all five of his opponents, including a 2-minute, 45-second pin of Marina’s Mike McCoy in the championship match, making the freshman the clear choice for lower-weight MVP honors.
    Medina, along with older
  • Kings fall in OT to Penguins for 4th consecutive loss

    PITTSBURGH — Phil Kessel scored a power-play goal at 3:59 of overtime to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 4-3 victory over the Kings on Saturday night.
    Evgeni Malkin pushed a loose puck from the slot to Kessel, and he finished near the side of the net for the Penguins’ fifth victory in seven games.
    Tanner Pearson scored against his former team, and Matt Cullen and Bryan Rust also had goals for the Penguins. Matt Murray made 38 saves for his first victory since Oct. 25 at Calgary.
  • Orange County basketball highlights for Saturday, Dec. 15

    Highlights and top scorers from the Orange County basketball games on Saturday, Dec. 15.
    *Will be updated.
    Saturday’s top scorers
    Pts   Player, school
    32    Naess, Laguna Beach
    27    Rodman, JSerra
    24    Ndumanya, Capistrano Valley Christian
    24    G. O’Neill, Saddleback Valley Christian
    21    Cabrera, Trabuco Hills
    20    Bakke, El Dorado
    20    Uyesugi, University
    19    B
  • Daniel Sprong, Ducks work overtime to beat Blue Jackets

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Adam Henrique won a faceoff in the early moments of overtime Saturday at Nationwide Arena. Once he saw Ducks teammate Daniel Sprong had gained possession of the puck, Henrique skated toward the front of the Columbus Blue Jackets’ net.
    Seeing that Henrique had moved into position to screen goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, Sprong unleashed a shot from the perimeter that hit the back of the net to give the Ducks a 2-1 victory over the Blue Jackets that extended th
  • LeBron James, Lonzo Ball record triple-doubles in Lakers blowout win

    CHARLOTTE — It was something Luke Walton needed a video replay to believe.
    “Zo flexed?” he asked, flashing a quizzical expression after a reporter brought it up.
    It was a short moment, but Lonzo Ball did indeed hulk up his arms on the baseline after a third-quarter dunk — a rare break from the still emotional waters he generally treads in, even in games. He’s a player who rarely is demonstrative, who would be the last to wax poetic in a postgame interview,
  • Whicker: Real Bruins stand up to UCLA in Pauley

    LOS ANGELES — Assistant coach James Strong pointed his phone at the Pauley Pavilion scoreboard and pushed the button.
    Another photo to take back to Nashville and stick into Belmont’s scrapbook.
    Another memory, made of unruffled last-minute play and maybe a lack of awareness by the home team.
    Another one bit the dust, this time UCLA, just like North Carolina, Stanford, Cincinnati and Missouri in the recent past.
    It isn’t embarrassing to lose to Belmont. It is embarrassing t
  • Orange County scores and player stats for Saturday (12-15-18)

    Scores and stats for the Orange County games on Saturday, Dec. 15.
    Mater Dei 1, Corona del Mar 0
    Goals: (MD) Barajas.
    Assists: (MD) Martin.
    Saves: (MD) Pimentel 4.
    Laguna Beach 6, Orange Lutheran 3
    Goals: (LB) Van Alphen 2, Struss, Renner, Carver, G. Houlahan.
    Saves: (LB) Winter 9.
  • Jaelan Phillips leaving UCLA football program

    UCLA outside linebacker Jaelan Phillips had medically retired from football, a school spokesperson confirmed Saturday.
    The sophomore from Redlands East Valley High struggled with concussions during his brief UCLA career and also suffered a severe wrist injury in January from an off-campus scooter accident in which he was hit by a car.
    Phillips came to UCLA as the top recruit in the nation, according to 247Sports composite rankings, a major recruiting coup for then-head coach Jim Mora.
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  • Video: Steve Alford takes blame for UCLA’s loss to Belmont

    Head coach Steve Alford talks about what led to UCLA’s 74-72 loss to Belmont on Saturday at Pauley Pavilion, why he believes he mismanaged the practice schedule this week and what his team can do from here to get ready for Cincinnati.
  • Video: Prince Ali, Kris Wilkes react to UCLA’s loss to Belmont

    Guards Prince Ali and Kris Wilkes talk about what went wrong for UCLA against Belmont, why Wilkes struggled in the second half and what the Bruins can do to improve their free throws.
  • Angels GM Billy Eppler says Bour, Pujols, Ohtani playing time difficult to forecast

    On the day the Angels officially added a third name into the mix for two spots in their everyday lineup, Billy Eppler said it’s too early to predict how exactly the mix will work.
    The Angels on Saturday announced a one-year deal for first baseman Justin Bour, whose agreement became public Wednesday. Bour will make $2.5 million, with a possible extra $500,000 in incentives if he reaches 500 plate appearances.
    How the plate appearances will be divided among Bour, Albert Pujols and Shohei Oht
  • Mission Viejo cornerback JoJo Forest commits to Oregon State

    Mission Viejo cornerback JoJo Forest has committed to Oregon State, the senior confirmed Saturday.
    Forest (5-11, 164) said he picked Oregon State over Washington State in a close decision because of his comfort level with the university and the vibe with the Beavers’ football program.
    Forest said Oregon State – coming off a 2-10 season – is in a building phase. He said he excited to join the process and compete for playing time as a true freshman.
    He plans to sign with the Beav
  • Fullerton officer shoots, kills charging pit bull while responding to domestic disturbance

    A Fullerton police officer, responding to a disturbance call, shot and killed a pit bull dog when the dog charged at him Saturday, Dec. 15, authorities said.
    Fullerton officers were responding to a family disturbance in the 100 block of South Turner Avenue about 12:45 p.m. Saturday, Sgt. Carin Wright said in a statement.
    When officers arrived, the resident’s pit bull charged one of the officers and he fired his weapon, striking the dog. The dog died at the scene, Wright said.
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  • UCLA men’s basketball falls apart in loss to Belmont

    LOS ANGELES — Jaylen slapped the floor with two hands. The sophomore pulled his jersey over his face as the Belmont bench celebrated.
    A defensive breakdown in the final moments ended UCLA’s three-game losing streak as Belmont’s Kevin McClain found a wide-open cutting lane and laid in the winning shot with 3.2 seconds remaining in a 74-72 UCLA loss in Pauley Pavilion on Saturday.
    Illustrative of UCLA’s second-half struggles in the game, the team’s would-be last chanc
  • LA Staycation: Visit SLS Beverly Hills, the realm of José Andrés, where good eats abound.

    Food brings us together. Breaking bread marks the beginnings of society, of relationships, of us, as human beings. While dining together is a ritual that we often take for granted, a beautifully orchestrated meal under the guise of chef José Andrés at SLS Beverly Hills will have you remember why you first enjoyed dining out.
    The 2019 Nobel Peace prize nominee, who was honored for his efforts to feed the people of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, is the master of hospitality. The
  • Ducks rookie Kiefer Sherwood realizes childhood dream in Columbus homecoming

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Kiefer Sherwood’s dream came true Saturday.
    When he was young, “7 or 8, around there,” and sitting in the last row at Nationwide Arena, “the nosebleeds,” with his family, he dreamed about one day skating on the big ice sheet while wearing the uniform of an NHL team.
    The day finally arrived when Sherwood and the Ducks faced the Columbus Blue Jackets.
    “I’ll take it all in as best I can,” Sherwood vowed before his Colu
  • The next housing crisis

    Little over a decade ago, the housing sector almost brought down not only the American but the world economy. Today the reprise of the housing decline will be playing a very different tune.
    In the past bust, it was the fast-growing exurbs, aspirational home of the middle and working classes, that imploded, driving millions of people into foreclosure. Aided by dicey lending practices from the private sector, devastation was most precipitous in states such as California where public policy helped

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