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Status Update: Jump on it: CircusTrixOC opens in Mission Viejo; jobs fair for veterans coming Oct. 3

The new indoor trampoline park includes a Parkour extreme trampoline wall and ninja obstacle courses.

Trump’s week anchored by speech to U.N. General Assembly

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump is making his debut at the United Nations and taking his complaints about the world body straight to the source.

Produce truck crash blocks 5 Freeway lanes in San Clemente

Two northbound lanes of the 5 Freeway in San Clemente could remain closed through this morning's rush hour while workers clean up from an overturned big rig loaded with produce, authorities said.

Comedian Norm Crosby's 'time capsule' finds a buyer in Hollywood Hills West

Entertainer and comedian Norm Crosby, known as the Master of Malaprop for his clever mangling of the English language, has sold his longtime home in Hollywood Hills West for $5.425 million. The sprawling single-story house sits on a nearly half-acre corner lot with views extending from downtown...

Big hitters go to bat for Deirdre Pujols fundraiser

All eyes were on Deidre Pujols as she stepped up to the podium to share her inspiration behind creating Open Gate International. Pujols is CEO of the nonprofit, started this year, and wife to Angels first baseman Albert Pujols. “Burdens are a blessing because they propel us to do something,” said Deidre Pujols. “That something […]

Emmys 2017: The 10 moments everyone will be talking about Monday

From Donald Glover's jab at Donald Trump to lots of love for Oprah, this is what you need to know about the 2017 Emmy Awards telecast.

Big rig flips on I-5 in San Clemente, causes northbound lane closure

SAN CLEMENTE — Two northbound lanes on Interstate 5 are closed Sunday night after a semi-trailer truck flipped on its side, according to the California Highway Patrol. The incident was reported 8:52 p.m. Sept. 17 just south of Avenida Pico, according to the CHP website. The truck possibly clipped the right side wall, causing it to […]

USC’s defense withstands rash of injuries in win over Texas, but road tests await

USC pulled off the victory over the Texas Longhorns in overtime on Saturday but the Trojans had their share of injuries throughout the game

While Chargers stumble, 25,000 fans stage high-energy party

The Chargers, in another fourth quarter meltdown, fumbled the team’s first season opener in Los Angeles in 57 years. But their fans — cheering in the stands or tailgating in the parking lot — gave a command performance at Carson’s StubHub Center on Sunday. Supporters filled nearly every seat in a venue often described as […]

List of Emmy Award winners

List of winners of the annual Emmy Awards, announced Sunday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Improved Rams learn a bitter lesson about loose ends, but an even bigger one in accountability

The Rams locker room was barely open a minute or two Sunday after a gut wrenching 27-20 loss to Washington when Robert Woods motioned for reporters to come talk to him.

Hyun-Jin Ryu pitches well but not deep and Dodgers bullpen takes heat in 7-1 loss

Hyun-Jin Ryu is a troublemaker. The left-hander continues to pitch well enough to give the Dodgers pause when thinking about the makeup of their post-season pitching staff – but not quite well enough to change that thinking.

Alexander: Gates’ record a bit of normalcy in a strange day for Chargers

Antonio Gates had 111 touchdown catches as a San Diego Charger. He now has one as a Los Angeles Charger, and it was record-breaking.

Miller: Chargers kick off new L.A. era by missing wide right

The Chargers’ miserable fate was sealed in the closing seconds Sunday, When Younghoe Koo’s 44-yard field goal fluttered wide, the reaction was so loud that Philip Rivers said he couldn’t tell which side was cheering.

Chargers could open kicker competition after Younghoe Koo’s misses

There was no defender breaking through the line this time. No errant hold, no botched snap. Younghoe Koo missed the field goal on Sunday, and this one was entirely on him

Rolling Stone magazine to be sold

Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner plans to sell his company's controlling stake in the legendary magazine that chronicled the music and politics of the counterculture movement and changed music journalism forever.

In a single bound, Todd Gurley shows Rams that he might be super again

In high school, the hurdles never tried to tackle Todd Gurley. A former track star in sprints and the 110-high hurdles in North Carolina, Gurley long ago traded spikes for cleats, but clearly the instincts remain.

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