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  • Steve Van Buren dies at 91; Philadelphia Eagles running back

    Steve Van Buren, a Hall of Fame running back who led the Philadelphia Eagles to NFL titles in 1948 and 1949, died of pneumonia Thursday in Lancaster, Pa., the Eagles said. He was 91. The former Louisiana State star, nicknamed "Wham-Bam" for his quick and...
  • Pink Floyd's trashed flat in London for sale at $1.92 million

    Pink Floyd's trashed flat in London for sale at $1.92 million
    “We don’t need no” ... renovation. A flat in London’s Highgate area, where Pink Floyd’s original members hung out in the ’60s, is up for sale at about $1.92 million. The “as is” property was owned by light-...
  • Hard-fought victory assures Irish spot in national title game

    Hard-fought victory assures Irish spot in national title game
    LOS ANGELES — Deliverance arrived on a crisp southern California night, welcomed in a frenzy of leaps and hugs and arms wind-milling helmets and cathartic screams. Notre Dame waited decades for this, all right, the end to the interminable search for...
  • Dodger Stadium usher worked to the end

    Dodger Stadium usher worked to the end
    On his last day of work, they came for him in an ambulance, the old usher being carried out the same back exit of Dodger Stadium where he had once stood guard. For 55 years, Ira Hawkins had patrolled the Coliseum, then Chavez Ravine, for late hours...
  • Boys' basketball: Evan Zeller scores school-record 50 points

     
    Evan Zeller of Mission Viejo scored a school-record 50 points on Tuesday in the Diablos' 115-50 win over Irvine University. He achieved his record in only three quarters of action. Mission Viejo is 7-0. Brentwood won its Alpha League opener......
  • Boys' basketball: Westchester gets late basket to beat Fairfax, 65-64 [Video]

     
    Nick Hamilton scored on a layup with eight seconds left for the game-winning basket as Westchester took over sole possession of first place in the Western League with a 65-64 victory over Fairfax at Fairfax. Fairfax (12-7, 3-1), playing one......
  • State says L.A. Coliseum has breached lease

     
    The financially troubled Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission has breached its lease contract with the state by failing to pay $500,000 in rent due at the end of the year, California officials said....
  • Manti Te’o sent roses to address linked to alleged hoaxer

     
    Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o sent two dozen white roses to what he thought was his dead girlfriend’s family. Public records show that address was actually a family home of the man publicly identified as the one behind the ruse....
  • Boys' basketball: Cody Rodino keys Sylmar victory

     
    In the battle for first place in the Valley Mission League, Cody Rodino came through with 23 points to help Sylmar defeated Granada Hills Kennedy, 58-49. In the West Valley League, El Camino Real defeated Birmingham, 77-39. Birmingham played without......
  • Boys' basketball: Andre Edwards is Coliseum League MVP

     
    Senior Andre Edwards from Crenshaw has been selected the most valuable player from the Coliseum League. Sophomore Chance Comanche of View Park Prep was named the defensive player of the year. First-team all-league: Micah Winn, Crenshaw, Sr.; Trevel...
  • Coliseum sues ex-auditor, alleging failure to detect corruption

     
    The financially troubled Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission is suing its former auditor for more than $11 million, alleging that it failed to detect errors in financial statements between 2007 and 2011, a time when alleged corruption ensnared the...
  • Raves: Records show deadly toll of drugs among concertgoers

     
    At least 14 people who attended raves produced by two Los Angeles-based promoters since 2006 died from overdoses or in other drug-related incidents, a Times investigation has found....