• LA County ends mandated quarantines for fully vaccinated travelers

    LA County ends mandated quarantines for fully vaccinated travelers
    Los Angeles County public health officials on Monday, April 5, ended the mandate for fully vaccinated travelers to quarantine upon their arrival here
    The county announced new travel guidelines after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week said that as long as coronavirus precautions are taken, including mask wearing, fully vaccinated people can take trips within the United States without getting tested for COVID-19 before or self-quarantining after.
    Residents are considered
  • Colony’s AJ Jones commits to UCLA football

    Colony’s AJ Jones commits to UCLA football
    Colony High (Ontario) wide receiver AJ Jones announced his verbal commitment to the UCLA football program on Sunday.
    Jones, rated as a 3-star prospect by Rivals, became the third offensive player to commit to the 2022 class, joining four-star tight ends Jack Pedersen and Carsen Ryan.
    The 6-foot-5, 180 pound junior had offers from programs such as Arizona State, Colorado State, Fresno State and San Diego State.
    Jones is the first commit attributed to Bruins receivers coach Jerry Neuheisel.
    Neuhei
  • Poll: Border woes dent Biden approval on immigration

    Poll: Border woes dent Biden approval on immigration
    By WILL WEISSERT and HANNAH FINGERHUT | The Associated Press
    WASHINGTON >> More Americans disapprove than approve of how President Joe Biden is handling the sharply increasing number of unaccompanied migrant children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, and approval of his efforts on larger immigration policy falls short of other top issues — suggesting it could be a weak point for the new administration.
    A new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research also
  • Police chief: Kneeling on Floyd’s neck violated policy

    Police chief: Kneeling on Floyd’s neck violated policy
    By AMY FORLITI and TAMMY WEBBER
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minneapolis police chief testified Monday that now-fired Officer Derek Chauvin violated departmental policy in pinning his knee on George Floyd’s neck and keeping him down after Floyd had stopped resisting and was in distress.
    Continuing to kneel on Floyd’s neck once he was handcuffed behind his back and lying on his stomach was “in no way, shape or form” part of department policy or training, “and it is c
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  • COVID: How long will vaccines protect people?

    COVID: How long will vaccines protect people?
    By Maggie Fox, CNN
    (CNN) — Ian Haydon helped test Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine last year. Now, he’s helping test the tweaked version of that vaccine designed to fight a new, more contagious variant.
    “A year ago I tried the Moderna vaccine to see if it was safe. (Spoiler: It is!) Now, on my #COVIDvaccine anniversary, I’m happy to share that I just got a 3rd dose. This booster experiment will reveal (1) if strain-adapted vaccines boost immunity & (2) whether they
  • Gaetz says he won’t resign over ‘false’ sex allegations

    Gaetz says he won’t resign over ‘false’ sex allegations
    By ALAN FRAM
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Matt Gaetz said Monday he will not leave Congress and denied that he “slept with” an underage girl, suggesting that accusations against him by political foes stem from anger that he “loathes the swamp.”
    In a column appearing in the Washington Examiner, a conservative news outlet, the embattled Florida Republican predicted that “some of my feckless colleagues in Congress” will call for him to step down.
    “No, I am
  • Long Beach Convention Center to be migrant shelter, pending City Council OK

    Long Beach Convention Center to be migrant shelter, pending City Council OK
    The Long Beach Convention Center will likely transform into a temporary migrant shelter in the coming days or weeks, as the United States deals with an ongoing crisis at the southern border, with a surge in unaccompanied minors.
    Federal officials have expressed interest in moving forward with using the facility as an emergency shelter site, city officials said Monday, April 5, and the City Council will hold a special Tuesday meeting to approve the designation.
    The United States has faced a recen
  • Same Same But Different is first Riverside County music festival to announce 2021 return

    Same Same But Different is first Riverside County music festival to announce 2021 return
    Big Gigantic, STS9 and J Worra are among the bands and artists that will play four different stages at the Lake Perris State Recreation Area for the September return of the Same Same But Different Arts & Music Festival — an event that will look a bit different due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
    The festival will run from Sept. 9-12 and will allow approximately 2,500 attendees. Organizers are already planning to implement multiple safeguards due to the coronavirus pandemic.
    For now,
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  • Biden gives life to California’s dead-end rail boondoggle

    Biden gives life to California’s dead-end rail boondoggle
    Leading Democrats and Republicans generally agree that the nation faces an ongoing infrastructure crisis, as our system of freeways, bridges, roads, airports, water systems and rail lines has failed to keep pace with a growing population. A new report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers gives the United States a C- grade.
    Despite a $4.8 trillion annual budget, $2.3 trillion in deficits and a national debt that now exceeds a mindboggling $28 trillion, the government fails to spend e
  • Ducks start countdown to what could be an eventful NHL trade deadline

    Ducks start countdown to what could be an eventful NHL trade deadline
    It could be the most stressful time of the calendar year for NHL players, but only if they let it become so, Ducks coach Dallas Eakins insisted Monday, with the league’s trade deadline one week away. In almost all cases, whatever happens is out of the players’ control, anyway.
    “It’s really simple,” Eakins said as the countdown to the deadline began in earnest. “The thing you have to understand is there are certain things you control as a player and whether you
  • Best-selling author Scott Turow joins Tod Goldberg, Jean Hanff Korelitz on Bookish virtual salon

    Best-selling author Scott Turow joins Tod Goldberg, Jean Hanff Korelitz on Bookish virtual salon
    Scott Turow, author of  “Presumed Innocent” as well as other notable bestsellers including the recent “The Last Trial,” joins the lineup Friday, April 9, at 5 p.m. on BOOKISH, the virtual salon-style program by the Southern California News Group featuring literary and cultural conversations with authors and performers.
    Hosted by author, performer and NPR commentator Sandra Tsing Loh, the program also features authors Tod Goldberg talking about his new murder thriller
  • Lakers searching for short-term solutions as offense lulls

    Lakers searching for short-term solutions as offense lulls
    Hope sauntered in the background, behind Kentavious Caldwell-Pope as he spoke to the press via video conference on Monday afternoon.
    As Devontae Cacok and Montrezl Harrell scrimmaged a few feet behind him, Anthony Davis was clearly visible striding around them and making verbal cues in the closing minutes of the Lakers’ practice session at Tampa Preparatory School.
    Davis, 28, has been as active on the sideline as any coach, pulling out the iPad and crouching down for demonstrative pep talk
  • Huntington Beach to discuss allowing e-bikes on beach path

    Huntington Beach to discuss allowing e-bikes on beach path
    Huntington Beach will be the latest coastal town to address the influx of fast-moving electric bikes and scooters, as more use the popular beach pathway in Surf City and mix with walkers, joggers and other bicyclists.
    It’s a trend seen in other coastal towns and beyond – from mountain biking trails to inland communities – as a surge in motorized transportation modes have hit streets, sidewalks, paths and parks in part due to the coronavirus pandemic as people look for creative
  • Poll: Half of Republicans believe false accounts of Jan. 6

    Poll: Half of Republicans believe false accounts of Jan. 6
    By James Oliphant and Chris Kahn | Reuters
    WASHINGTON – Since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former President Donald Trump and his Republican allies have pushed false and misleading accounts to downplay the event that left five dead and scores of others wounded. His supporters appear to have listened.
    Three months after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol to try to overturn his November election loss, about half of Republicans believe the siege was largely a
  • 1st court appearance delayed for man charged with shooting spree in Orange

    1st court appearance delayed for man charged with shooting spree in Orange
    .The first court appearance for a man accused of killing four people in a shooting last week at an Orange company’s office was delayed again on Monday, April 5, as authorities wait for his condition to improve in the hospital.
    Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez, 44, was shot by police and not healthy enough yet to take part in a scheduled court hearing on Monday, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
    He has been charged with special-circumstances murder, among other charg
  • UCLA’s ‘don’t quit’ attitude is an identity coach Mick Cronin can build on

    UCLA’s ‘don’t quit’ attitude is an identity coach Mick Cronin can build on
    One month ago, Mick Cronin’s goal was not to take the Bruins to the Final Four. It was far from that, actually.
    “We’re playing as well as we can play,” he said after UCLA’s buzzer-beating loss to USC on March 6 in Pauley Pavilion. “I’m helping them as much as I can help them. My job now is to make sure they don’t quit. We’re over achieving, they’re giving everything they got.”
    Just a few days later, the Bruins lost to Oregon State
  • An LA radio veteran tells the amazing stories found at a Northridge senior center

    An LA radio veteran tells the amazing stories found at a Northridge senior center
    Veteran talk host Bill Moran, formerly heard on KABC (790 AM), KFI (640 AM) and KGIL (now KMZT, 1260 AM), called to tell me about a podcast series he recently launched. Called “The Golden Mic Experience,” the program features residents of The Village at Northridge — a senior living community in Northridge, California — talking with Moran about their most intimate memories, sharing words of wisdom developed throughout their lives, and reveling sometimes deep secrets.
    From
  • Coronavirus: Orange County reported 208 new cases and four new deaths as of Monday, April 5

    Coronavirus: Orange County reported 208 new cases and four new deaths as of Monday, April 5
    The OC Health Care Agency reported 208 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, April 5, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 251,310 cases since tracking began. New cases include Saturday and Sunday totals combined since health care agencies were closed for the Easter holiday.
    There were four additional deaths reported Monday, raising the total number of COVID-19 fatalities to 4,772.
    The data on deaths in the county is compiled from death certificates or gathered through the course o
  • Coronavirus: Orange County reported 208 new cases and four new deaths as of April 5

    Coronavirus: Orange County reported 208 new cases and four new deaths as of April 5
    The OC Health Care Agency reported 208 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, April 5, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 251,310 cases since tracking began.
    Those new cases include Saturday and Sunday totals combined because health care agencies were closed for the Easter holiday.
    There were four additional deaths reported Monday, raising the total number of COVID-19 fatalities to 4,772.
    The data on deaths in the county is compiled from death certificates or gathered through the
  • JPL’s 4-pound Mars helicopter survives first night alone on planet. Next milestone: taking flight.

    JPL’s 4-pound Mars helicopter survives first night alone on planet. Next milestone: taking flight.
    PASADENA — A small helicopter built at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena is now sitting on the surface of Mars, and it just survived its first freezing Martian night unsheltered by the Perseverance rover that carried it to the Red Planet, mission managers said Monday.
    And if all goes according to plan, the Ingenuity helicopter could make its historic first flight as early as Sunday.
    The helicopter hitched a ride to Mars aboard the Perseverance rover that landed on Mars Feb. 18. It had
  • OCVarsity’s Orange County football top 25 for Week 5

    OCVarsity’s Orange County football top 25 for Week 5
    This week’s Orange County high school football top 25.
    FOOTBALL TOP 25
    1. MATER DEI 3-0 
    Moanrchs defeated Servite 24-17 in physical, bruising contest as Marceese Yetts ran 77 yards for a touchdown, Cameron Sidney returned an INT for a TD.
    Last week: 1
    Next: vs. Santa Margarita, Friday, Santa Ana Stadium
    2. Servite 2-2
    Friars gave it all they had in loss to Mater Dei, including a fine defensive effort against a Monarchs offense that had scored 101 points over its first two games.
    Last
  • Coronavirus tracker: California reported 1,441 new cases and 50 new deaths as of April 4

    Coronavirus tracker: California reported 1,441 new cases and 50 new deaths as of April 4
    According to the end-of-day totals from California public health websites for Sunday, April 4, there were 1,441 new cases of the coronavirus reported statewide, bringing the total number of cases there have been to 3,653,882.
    The 14-day average of new cases daily is 2,608.
    There were 50 new deaths reported Sunday, for a total of 59,288 people in California who have died from the virus.
    The state reported 2,386 people in hospitals with coronavirus-related infections. That’s 25 fewer patient
  • Orange County’s crazy housing: $820,000 record price, most sales in 15 years

    Orange County’s crazy housing: $820,000 record price, most sales in 15 years
    Orange County’s homebuying binge continued in February with sales up 13% and prices increasing 9.6% over 12 months to a record high.
    The selling spree came as recovery quickened from the pandemic’s broad economic challenges. Interest rates remained low but are rising. Severely limited housing inventory also hindered house hunters seeking new or larger living spaces.
    Here’s a look at DQNews/CoreLogic’s report on February’s closed transactions in the county …Sa
  • Ladera Ranch getting its final 8 new homes, starting above $2 million

    Ladera Ranch getting its final 8 new homes, starting above $2 million
    New Home Co. will build the final 8 homes at Ladera Ranch. (Courtesy: New Home Co.)
    It took 22 years, but Ladera Ranch is getting its final eight homes.
    New Home Co. is building the luxury homes at the Sky Ranch Collection near 28 other residences the company constructed within Ladera Ranch’s Covenant Hills village. The ranch is a 4,000-acre planned community that debuted in 1999 in the unincorporated foothills of southeastern Orange County.
    The eight new homes will be in the town’s
  • Recipes: These flavorful dips are great to serve at a Ramadan iftar — or any dinner

    Recipes: These flavorful dips are great to serve at a Ramadan iftar — or any dinner
    Ramadan, which begins on Monday evening, April 12, is a month-long period of fasting during the day and breaking the fast after sunset at a meal known as iftar, often with family and friends.
    The iftar dinner can be simple or elaborate. Many people start by drinking water, fruit juice or milk, and eating a date or two.
    In Anaheim’s Little Arabia District, most break-the-fast meals are Middle Eastern. For many years we enjoyed going there with friends to lavish iftar buffets at restaurants
  • Arkansas Gov. vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

    Arkansas Gov. vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
    By Andrew DeMillo | Associated Press
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments or surgery for transgender youth.
    The Republican governor rejected legislation that would have prohibited doctors from providing gender confirming hormone treatment, puberty blockers or surgery to anyone under 18 years old, or from referring them to other providers for the treatment.
    The Republican Le
  • Vaccine skepticism runs deep among white evangelicals in US

    Vaccine skepticism runs deep among white evangelicals in US
    By David Crary | Associated Press
    The president of the Southern Baptist Convention, America’s largest evangelical denomination, posted a photo on Facebook last week of him getting the COVID-19 vaccine. It drew more than 1,100 comments — many of them voicing admiration for the Rev. J.D. Greear, and many others assailing him.
    Some of the critics wondered if worshippers would now need “vaccine passports” to enter The Summit Church in Durham, North Carolina, where Greear is p
  • Bar opening event linked to 46 Covid-19 cases, a school closure and hospitalization, CDC report says

    Bar opening event linked to 46 Covid-19 cases, a school closure and hospitalization, CDC report says
    By Ashley Ahn | CNN
    A rural Illinois bar opening event in February was linked to a Covid-19 outbreak of at least 46 cases, a school closure and the hospitalization of a long-term care facility resident, according to a United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report.
    The Illinois Department of Public Health identified 29 individuals who tested positive for Covid-19 or had Covid-19-like symptoms within 14 days after the indoor bar opening event. All 29 cases were confirmed by Covid
  • Sepulveda tunnel lanes near LAX closing overnight this week for wall cleaning

    Sepulveda tunnel lanes near LAX closing overnight this week for wall cleaning
    LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services will clean the walls in the Sepulveda Boulevard tunnel near LAX starting Monday night, requiring overnight lane closures for four nights this week, the airport’s public relations division said.
    The closures will take place from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.
    On Monday and Tuesday nights, two southbound lanes will be closed, with one lane remaining open for travel.
    On Wednesday and Thursday nights, two northbound lanes will be closed, with on
  • Yellen calls for minimum global corporate income tax

    Yellen calls for minimum global corporate income tax
    By Christopher Rugaber | Associated Press
    WASHINGTON — U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Monday urged the adoption of a minimum global corporate income tax, an effort to offset any disadvantages that might arise from the Biden administration’s proposed increase in the U.S. corporate tax rate.Citing a “thirty-year race to the bottom” in which countries have slashed corporate tax rates in an effort to attract multinational businesses, Yellen said the Biden administrat
  • 103-year-old Placentia veteran honored and more reasons to say Bravo!

    103-year-old Placentia veteran honored and more reasons to say Bravo!
    Irvine Valley College renames Performing Arts Center main stage
    Irvine Valley College and the Irvine Valley College Foundation announced the first naming gift for the college’s Performing Arts Center.
    Masoud Rezanoor, an Irvine resident, pledged $250,000 to provide enrichment opportunities for the music department at the college. To acknowledge his generosity, the main stage of the Performing Arts Center will be renamed the Rezanoor Stage.
    Irvine Valley College will rename the main stage o
  • High school football schedule for this week’s games April 8-10

    High school football schedule for this week’s games April 8-10
    FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
    Games 7 p.m. unless noted
    Thursday’s games
    Katella vs. Marina at Glover Stadium
    Pacifica vs. Cypress at Western High
    Kennedy at Tustin
    Bolsa Grande vs. Santiago at Garden Grove High
    Canyon vs. El Dorado at El Modena High
    Fountain Valley vs. Los Alamitos at Huntington Beach High
     
    Friday’s games
    Segerstrom at Garden Grove
    Foothill vs. Villa Park at Tustin High
    Yorba Linda at El Modena
    Valencia at Crean Lutheran
    Buena Park vs. Sonora at La Habra High
    Fullerton vs
  • Take a road trip from Los Angeles to Napa Valley with these fun stops

    Take a road trip from Los Angeles to Napa Valley with these fun stops
    Southern California is a great place to explore, but there’s even more, to see when heading up the western coast. Driving to Northern California gives you different tourist attractions that you need to see this year, including famous bridges, haunted mansions, and even the famous California wine country. Celebrate National Read a Road Map Day by driving out of Los Angeles all the way up to Napa Valley with these fun stops. Adventure is out there – all you need to do is follow these i
  • How U.S. presidents carry themselves matters to the world

    How U.S. presidents carry themselves matters to the world
    President Ronald Reagan fired America’s air traffic controllers when they went on an illegal strike in 1981. The controllers union gambled that a strike would show their resolve, leading to concessions from the new administration.  Instead, it was Reagan who showed resolve.  Secretary of State George Shultz called it one of Reagan’s greatest achievements in international relations, because leaders of other nations concluded Reagan was prepared to act decisively, e
  • KROQ and KLOS host Lisa May left L.A. radio for a career in fitness, and then COVID-19 hit

    KROQ and KLOS host Lisa May left L.A. radio for a career in fitness, and then COVID-19 hit
    One week after Lisa May said her on-air farewells at KLOS-FM (95.5) in December 2019, the longtime Southern California radio personality moved to Palm Springs, eager to start her next chapter as the owner-operator of a fitness studio.
    May, who’d spent the bulk of her three decades in radio at KROQ-FM (106.7) delivering news and traffic on the Kevin & Bean Show, had owned a desert home with her boyfriend for about five years. Now, in the final days of 2019, she started to hunt for
  • How dwarf tomatoes have become a trendy addition to garden spaces

    How dwarf tomatoes have become a trendy addition to garden spaces
    For thousands of years, home gardeners who have wanted to grow unique heirloom tomato varieties have had to contend with massive, sprawling plants. But dwarf tomato plants, which pack full-size fruit on compact stalks, are growing in popularity.
    As home gardeners picked up growing plants during the coronavirus pandemic but didn’t necessarily have the space for a full-size garden, dwarf tomatoes found their way into containers on patios and balconies. And while a couple decades ago you&rsqu
  • Federal court rejects highly implausible redefinition of machine guns

    Federal court rejects highly implausible redefinition of machine guns
    Two years ago, peaceful, law-abiding gun owners across the country became felons overnight, thanks to the Trump administration’s ban on bump stocks. But as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit recognized last week, Congress alone has the authority to define new federal crimes, while the president and his underlings are charged with enforcing those laws.
    Combining both powers in a single branch is a license for tyranny — a danger the framers tried to avoid by carefully separa
  • Despite favorable poll, Newsom faces recall test

    Despite favorable poll, Newsom faces recall test
    Gov. Gavin Newsom got some good news last week with a new statewide poll indicating that just 40% of California voters would support a recall were the election to be held now.
    Thus, despite much criticism of Newsom for how he has handled the COVID-19 pandemic under an emergency order for the past year, and a decline in his once-soaring popularity, he seems to be on track to survive.
    “Forty percent would vote yes to remove Newsom if a special election to recall the governor were held t
  • St. Paul’s Jordin King voted Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week

    St. Paul’s Jordin King voted Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week
    Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week
    Athlete: Jordin King
    School: St. Paul
    Sport: Softball
    Noteworthy: King had a big week while helping her team win games against Norwalk, Kennedy and Arlington. She had three hits against Kennedy and Arlington, which included a double in each game. She is among the area leaders with a .667 average. In the circle, she hasn’t given up an earned run in 15 innings and is 2-0.
  • Senior Living: Older adults begin to test freedom after coronavirus vaccinations

    Senior Living: Older adults begin to test freedom after coronavirus vaccinations
    With a mix of relief and caution, older adults fully vaccinated against the coronavirus are moving out into the world and resuming activities put on hold during the pandemic.
    Many are making plans to see adult children and hug grandchildren they haven’t visited for months — or longer. Others are getting together with friends indoors, for the first time in a long time.
    People are scheduling medical appointments that had been delayed and putting trips to destinations near and far on ca
  • Court rules Torrance can recoup underpaid utility taxes, but can it collect?

    Court rules Torrance can recoup underpaid utility taxes, but can it collect?
    Southern California Edison improperly billed customers in Torrance, depriving the South Bay’s largest city – and potentially dozens of others in Southern California – of revenue from special taxes on utility companies, a state appeals court has ruled.
    Hundreds of millions of dollars could be at stake statewide as well, the attorney representing Torrance said, with 104 cities and counties having similar voter-approved taxes that utilities across California may have also incorrec
  • You should think twice before laminating your Covid-19 vaccine card

    You should think twice before laminating your Covid-19 vaccine card
    By Maria Morava and Justin Lear | CNN
    Vaccine eligibility in the US is expanding quickly, and so is the popularity of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s little white card.
    While plans to establish standardized vaccination proof are still being developed, many are holding to their Covid-19 vaccine cards as a potential form of social currency.
    And companies, like Staples and Office Depot, are offering to help keep them safe with free lamination.
    While it may be tempting to get
  • Magnitude-4.0 earthquake near SoFi Stadium shakes Southern California awake

    Magnitude-4.0 earthquake near SoFi Stadium shakes Southern California awake
    A magnitude-4.0 earthquake hit the Hollywood Park area of Inglewood — the location of the new SoFi Stadium — at 4:44 a.m. Monday and was felt across Southern California, shaking many residents awake with a sharp jolt.
    The US Geological Survey said the quake was 1.2 miles east-northeast of Lennox, placing it in Inglewood on the southern edge of the Hollywood Park property that houses SoFi Stadium.
    The quake’s depth was listed at 12.4 miles.
    The Inglewood quake was the biggest of
  • Magnitude-4.0 earthquake hits near SoFi Stadium, shakes Southern California awake

    Magnitude-4.0 earthquake hits near SoFi Stadium, shakes Southern California awake
    A magnitude-4.0 earthquake hit the Hollywood Park area of Inglewood — the location of the new SoFi Stadium — at 4:44 a.m. Monday and was felt across Southern California, shaking many residents awake with a sharp jolt.
    The US Geological Survey said the quake was 1.2 miles east-northeast of Lennox, placing it in Inglewood on the southern edge of the Hollywood Park property that houses SoFi Stadium.
    The quake’s depth was listed at 12.4 miles.
  • Kings will host meaningful two-game series against Coyotes

    Kings will host meaningful two-game series against Coyotes
    While a midseason meeting with the Arizona Coyotes might not normally be a marquee event, the upcoming two-game set with the Kings hosting the Coyotes might be the most critical contests of their season to date.
    Having just dropped two straight games and five out of six over all to sixth-place San Jose, the Kings next enter a two-game set with the West’s final playoff team, for now, Arizona.
    Should the Kings win both games in regulation, they would be three points behind Arizona in the sta
  • Shohei Ohtani’s two-way play, Jared Walsh’s walk-off homer lead Angels

    Shohei Ohtani’s two-way play, Jared Walsh’s walk-off homer lead Angels
    The Angels celebrate as Jared Walsh, center, crosses home plate after hitting a walk-off, three-run home run in the ninth inning of Sunday night’s 7-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)
    Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani (17) throws a ball to fans as he warms up before a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox Sunday, April 4, 2021, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)
    Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani (17
  • Shohei Ohtani stars with his arm and bat, Jared Walsh hits walk-off homer to lead Angels

    Shohei Ohtani stars with his arm and bat, Jared Walsh hits walk-off homer to lead Angels
    Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani (17) and Chicago White Sox’s Jose Abreu (79) collide at home plate, after a passed ball during the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 4, 2021, in Anaheim, Calif. Abreu and Adam Eaton both scored. Ohtani left the game. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)
    Chicago White Sox’s Jose Abreu (79) checks on Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani, right, after they collided at home plate, following a passed ball during the fifth inni
  • Shohei Ohtani stars with his arm and bat, and Jared Walsh hits walk-off homer to lead Angels

    Shohei Ohtani stars with his arm and bat, and Jared Walsh hits walk-off homer to lead Angels
    Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani (17) and Chicago White Sox’s Jose Abreu (79) collide at home plate, after a passed ball during the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 4, 2021, in Anaheim, Calif. Abreu and Adam Eaton both scored. Ohtani left the game. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)
    Chicago White Sox’s Jose Abreu (79) checks on Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani, right, after they collided at home plate, following a passed ball during the fifth inni
  • Ducks fail to capitalize on Trevor Zegras’ playmaking, lose in OT

    Ducks fail to capitalize on Trevor Zegras’ playmaking, lose in OT
    Arizona Coyotes defenseman Alex Goligoski, left, defends against Anaheim Ducks right wing Alexander Volkov during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Anaheim, Calif., Sunday, April 4, 2021. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)
    Arizona Coyotes left wing Johan Larsson, left, works against Anaheim Ducks left wing Nicolas Deslauriers for the puck during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Anaheim, Calif., Sunday, April 4, 2021. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)
    Anaheim Ducks center Sam Carrick, center, is c
  • ‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ takes top honors at SAG Awards

    ‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ takes top honors at SAG Awards
    The starry cast of Aaron Sorkin’s 1960s courtroom drama “The Trial of the Chicago 7” took the top prize Sunday at a virtual Screen Actors Guild Awards where actors of color, for the first time, swept the individual film awards.
    The 27th SAG Awards, presented by the Hollywood actors’ guild SAG-Aftra, were a muted affair — and not just because the red carpet-less ceremony was condensed to a pre-recorded, Zoom-heavy, one-hour broadcast on TBS and TNT. The perceived Aca

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