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BREAKING: Clippers Agree To Trade Chris Paul to Houston Rockets

13 minutes agoSports : Total Pro Sports

League sources told The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski, that the Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to trade PG Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets. The Clippers will receive Patrick Beverley, Sam Decker, Lou Williams, and a first-round pick in 2018. More to come. After Chris Paul agreed to opt-in on contract, Clippers are trading All-Star guard to […]

Rosanna Pansino Makes Nintendo Switch Controller Cookies With Help From MatPat

18 minutes agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Los Angeles baker and author Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies teamed up with Matthew Patrick (a.k.a. “MatPat“) of The Game Theorists to make a tasty collection of Nintendo Switch controller themed cookies. Rosanna shared the entire recipe on her blog. Show More Summary

Chris Paul traded to Rockets in blockbuster move before NBA free agency, per report

20 minutes agoSports / Baseball : Baseball Nation

Paul joins forces with James Harden to form the league’s toughest back court duo. The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to trade perennial All-Star point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Show More Summary

ITV Studios America Adds Jed Valdecantos & Jim Dietle To Exec Team

ITV Studios America is expanding its executive team with the hires of Jed Valdecantos as VP Scripted TV Development, and Jim Dietle as VP Business and Legal Affairs. Based at the company's Los Angeles headquarters, Valdecantos will report...Show More Summary

L.A. Metro Customers to Benefit from Enhanced Safety

The patrons of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority system will benefit from a substantially increased presence of law enforcement personnel beginning July 1

L.A. City Council poised to approve raises of up to 22% for DWP workers

The Los Angeles City Council is expected Wednesday to approve a five-year salary package for the Department of Water and Power’s biggest union. Under the terms of the proposed contract, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 18’s roughly 9,000 members would get six raises within...

Judicial Watch Files Second Lawsuit Against Veterans Affairs

The lawsuit was filed after the VA failed to respond to an April 14, 2017, FOIA request concerning the Veterans’ Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. This post Judicial Watch Files Second Lawsuit Against Veterans Affairs appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Lens Mozer – “All My Friends”

Warm guitar nudges and a comfortable bass line invite you in to listen to Los Angeles musician Lens Mozer's new single. It's called "All My Friends," but it's not a cover of LCD Soundsystem (or Snakehips, for that matter). Rather, this "All My Friends" is a hypnotic and easygoing guitar-pop track in the tradition of…

For Los Angeles boxers Mares and Santa Cruz, it was fight or fight

1 hour agoSports / Boxing : Espn: Boxing

For Los Angeles boxers Mares and Santa Cruz, it was fight or fight

Phil Jackson Is Out as President of New York Knicks

3 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Jackson, who won 11 N.B.A. titles as a coach with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, never translated that success to the front office with the Knicks.

The Grammy Awards return to Los Angeles in 2019

In the bicoastal competition to host the Grammy Awards, New York City scored a major victory last month with the news that the music industry’s biggest event would be held there next year. But now Los Angeles has come roaring back with the announcement Wednesday that the Grammys will return to...

Today: Repeal, Replace, Regroup: The Sequel

Senate Republicans have pressed pause on their healthcare overhaul plan. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES Repeal, Replace, Regroup: The Sequel We’ve seen this drama before: an abrupt decision to postpone...

Travel print section on hiatus; look online for continued coverage through Aug. 13

The Travel section is being redesigned. It will not appear in the print edition of the Sunday Los Angeles Times from July 2 through Aug. 13. The print section will return to your newspaper on Aug. 20. In the interim, continue to come to Travel online for fresh destination features and vacation...

Cavaliers Rumors: Paul George Committing To Cleveland If LeBron James Stays Beyond 2018

Paul George is the hottest name in the NBA trade rumors with teams like the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs showing interest in acquiring him from the Indiana Pacers. George will be a free agent at the end of the 2017-18 NBA season and he intends to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers. Show More Summary

Meet the Doctor Changing How Black Gay/Bisexual Men View PrEP

Dr. Leo Moore is reaching the black MSM community in Los Angeles with his prevention efforts, and it's working.

The Great Americans Shoot 2017 Aims for another Record-Breaking Event for Special Forces Charitable Trust and Other Military Nonprofits

Three American Military Heroes Join Patriotic Americans Outside of Los Angeles for Skilled Sporting Clays Shoot and Other Competitions as a Salute to Our American Warriors NEWHALL, CA – The Fourth Annual The Great Americans Shoot will take place at the Oak Tree Gun Club in Newhall, CA from September 29th through October 1st, 2017. Show More Summary

Dearden's plans to close its stores after serving generations of Latinos for 108 years

Maria Luisa Escobar remembers when she got to Los Angeles and had to furnish her first apartment, way back in 1979. The housekeeper had just arrived from El Salvador. She lacked legal status and made very little money. No store would extend her credit. Then she found Dearden’s on 7th and Main Street....

New Congressman Still Hasn’t Taken His Oath

“House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) wants to know why Rep.-elect Jimmy Gomez  (D-CA) hasn’t been sworn in, saying the seat’s ‘elongated vacancy’ is ‘an abdication’ of his responsibilities,” the Los Angeles Times reports. “Twenty one days have passed since [...]

'Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki loses home to wildfire

5 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

“Big Bang Theory” star Johnny Galecki lost one of his home to a wildfire that scorched more than 1,500 acres north of Los Angeles.

Is generous contract for DWP workers a good deal or 'ransom' for powerful union?

For nearly two decades, ratepayers of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power have pumped nearly $4 million a year into a pair of nonprofits created to improve employee training and safety at the city-owned utility. The nonprofits paid top utility managers and union leaders six-figure salaries...

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