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Look What You Made Them Do: LA Kings Cover Taylor Swift Banner At Staples Center To End ‘Curse’
10/14/2019 6:00pm

There will be a Blank Space at Los Angeles Kings games where Taylor Swifts honorary banner hangs.

Baseball Report: ALCS And NLCS Dominated By Pitching So Far
10/14/2019 4:37pm

The New York Yankees and Houston Astros are tied 1-1 in the ALCS, while the Washington Nationals lead the St. Louis Cardinals 2-0 in the NLCS.

CBS Sports Announces 2019-2020 College Basketball Schedule: Key Dates, How To Watch
10/14/2019 12:07pm

CBS Sports is set to air live coverage of 275 games and 12 conference tournaments during the 2019-2020 college basketball season.

Steelers Hang On To Beat Chargers, 24-17
10/14/2019 12:27am

Los Angeles didnt get on the board until one minute into the fourth quarter on Chase McLaughlins 38-yard field goal.

Doc Rivers Tells Reporters Paul George Will Miss At Least 10 Games
10/13/2019 9:33pm

That would put Georges return to action around mid-November.

KTLA 5
KTLA 5

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People With ‘Roles’ in Tyler Skaggs’ Death Must Take Responsibility, Angels Employee Says
10/14/2019 12:03pm

The Angels employee who reportedly provided opioids to Tyler Skaggs issued a statement Sunday saying that cooperating with federal authorities was the right thing to do and that its time for everybody to stand up and take responsibility for their respective roles in the pitchers drug-related death. Nothing anyone does will ever provide closure for the Skaggs family, Eric Kay, who has worked in the teams media relations department for 24 years, said in a statement issued by his attorney,

Women Attend FIFA Soccer Game in Iran for First Time in Decades
10/10/2019 7:42pm

They had to sit well apart from the men, and the stadium was practically empty, but thousands of Iranian women in merry jester hats and face paint blew horns and cheered Thursday at the first FIFA soccer match they were allowed to freely attend in decades. In what many considered a victory in a decades-long fight by women in Iran to attend sporting events, they wrapped themselves in the countrys vibrant red, green and white colors and watched with excitement

NLDS Game 5: Dodgers’ World Series Hopes End With 7-3 Loss to Nationals
10/09/2019 11:42pm

Howie Kendrick hit a tiebreaking grand slamoff Joe Kelly in the 10th inning, and the Washington Nationals overcame a three-run deficit with a late rally to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-3 Wednesday night and advance to the NL Championship Series against St. Louis. Three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw blew a 3-1 lead by allowing homers to Anthony Rendon and Juan Soto on consecutive pitches in the eighth. The wild-card Nationals open the NLCS at St. Louis on

Simone Biles Wins 21st World Championship Medal to Become Most Decorated Female Gymnast in History
10/08/2019 2:27pm

Simone Biles just doesnt stop. The Best Gymnast Ever just officially became the most decorated female gymnast in history, after she won her 21st World Championship medal in Stuttgart, Germany. The win Tuesday beats the record of retired gymnast Svetlana Khorkina, who had 20. Did we mention Biles is only 22 Wow. As if that wasnt impressive enough, 15 of those medals are gold. Thats the most World Championship gold medals ever in gymnastics history, too. And her count could

NLDS Game 4: Nationals Even Series as Dodgers Fall 1-6
10/07/2019 9:07pm

Max Scherzer is 35. So is Ryan Zimmerman. The Washington Nationals would not be headed to a win-or-go-home Game 5 in their NL Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers without them. Were a bunch of viejos. Were old guys, Scherzer joked. Old guys can still do it. Sure can. And for a guy whose teams used to lose repeatedly in the postseason, Scherzer sure is delivering now. Every time hes pitched this October, the Nationals have won. His latest

KTTV Fox
KTTV Fox

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

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NBC4 Los Angeles
NBC4 Los Angeles

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444

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Former Rams Player and LAFD Firefighter Faces New Battle: ALS
10/14/2019 5:27pm

Eric Stevens has spent his adult life fighting fires and winning games, but now, hes in a fight against a disease that offers more questions and answers--with no clear path to victory.In college, Stevens was senior captain of the football team at the University of California at Berkeley. He went on to play in the National Football League for the St. Louis Rams, and in 2015, he started his second career: fighting fires with the Los Angeles Fire Department. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Youre helping people, and youre able to give back, Steven says.Now, however, Stevens is in the biggest battle of his young life--fighting the rare disease known as ALS. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com You dont want to believe it, Steven says, working hard to keep his emotions in check.It is not known what causes ALS, and there is no cure for the disease, which attacks the nervous system, weakens the muscles and causes slurred speech. Smoke and Fire From Above: Wildfire Images From Space I first started noticing a weakness in my left hand, Stevens says.Eric and Amanda Stevens were college sweethearts. They married in July of this year. Exactly one month later, he was diagnosed with ALS.Amanda Stevens says, His speech was becoming more slow or slurred.She says, I truly believe everything hes done so far, that he was put here to make a difference, and if this is the way he has to do it, then were never going to stop fighting.Part of that fight involves raising awareness, through an Instagram page called TeamStevensNation.Eric Stevens say he is encouraged by the wildly successful ALS ice bucket challenge of 2014, which raised more than $115 million for research.All the tests and clinical trials being done now and giving the people diagnosed now a little bit of hope...because of them, he says.Its hope he and his family are clinging to as they continue to fight.Eric Stevens has organized a GoFundMe. If you would like to donate to the GoFundMe, you may do so here. Please note that GoFundMe takes a percentage of all funds raised in the form of platform and other fees.Photo Credit: NBCLA

Roggin's Heroes: Oct. 13, 2019
10/14/2019 9:42am

The best of the best high school football highlights. Broadcast Sunday Oct. 13, 2019.

History Made! Brigid Kosgei Breaks World Record
10/13/2019 12:30pm

Brigid Kosgei has just won the 2019Bank of America Chicago Marathonin world record fashion.Kosgei, of Kenya, finished with an unofficial time of 2:14:04 pending ratification, which puts her more than a minute faster than the all-time record of 2:15:25 set by Paula Radcliffe in the 2003 London Marathon. She also broke the course record set by Radcliffe in 2002 in Chicago.When I was going I feel my body is moving, moving, moving and so I tried to go, she said.Kosgeis personal record time was previously 2:18:20, which she set earlier this year in the London Marathon.The 25-year-old was congratulated at the Chicago finish line by Mayor Lori Lightfoot, mens winner Lawrence Cherono, and the very woman whose record she broke - Radcliffe.It is a great achievement, Cherono said. She deserves to be congratulated.Radcliffe acknowledged that 17 was her lucky number and Sunday marked 17 years since she set the course world record in the city.That was a very special day for me and its a very special day for Brigid, she said.Kosgei has literally been unbeatable in 2019.She wowed fans in 2017 with a second-place finish, but she made an even bigger splash last fall when she won the race with third-fastest time in Chicagos history.She was followed in the 2019 race by Ababel Yeshaneh and Gelete Burka, both of Ethiopia, and the first American finisher Emma Bates, who was racing in only her second marathon.Photo Credit: KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI/AFP via Getty Images

Chicago Marathon 2019: Lawrence Cherono Wins Men's Race
10/13/2019 10:01am

Lawrence Cherono of Kenya has just won the 2019Bank of America Chicago Marathonin stunning fashion.The race was tight virtually the entire course, with a pack of four runners sprinting for the finish. Cherono crossed the line victoriously, with his arms in the air in celebration. He then knelt on the ground and prayed. History Made Brigid Kosgei Breaks World Record Cherono said after his finish that he went into the final stretch knowing that it was no mans race. But he powered through to narrowly win the race.Im happy, he said after crossing the finish line.Cherono entered this years Chicago Marathon as the reigning Boston Marathon champion, and as someone with a consistent record, including seven victories over 14 career marathons.Chicagos course is chosen by many elite runners due in part to its largely flat route, which paves the way for record-breaking potential.The 2019 elite field included several men who have run a marathon in less than two hours and seven minutes.Photo Credit: NBC Chicago

Angels Employee Reportedly Told Feds He Got Skaggs Opiods
10/12/2019 10:38pm

The Los Angeles Angels director of communications told federal investigators that he provided oxycodone to Tyler Skaggs and abused the drug with the pitcher, according to an ESPN report published Saturday.Director of Communications Eric Kay also gave the Drug Enforcement Administration names of five other players who he believed were also using opiates while on the Angels, the report stated. MLB and Union to Discuss Opioids Testing After Skaggs Death Skaggs, 27, was found dead in a Texas hotel room on July 1, with the medical examiner labeling the death an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol. The Tarrant County Medical Examiners Office said that Skaggs had the powerful painkillers fentanyl and oxycodone in his system along with alcohol.The team released a statement in response to the report, with Angels President John Carpino saying, We have never heard that any employee was providing illegal narcotics to any player, or that any player was seeking illegal narcotics. Angels Part Ways With Brad Ausmus After One Season as Manager Carpino added, The Angels maintain a strict, zero tolerance policy regarding the illicit use of drugs for both players and staff. Every one of our players must also abide by the MLB Joint Drug Agreement. We continue to mourn the loss of Tyler and fully cooperate with the authorities as they continue their investigation.ESPNs report stated that Kay, who has been with the Angels for 24 years, told investigators that he illegally obtained six oxycodone pills and gave three to Skaggs a day or two before the team left California for the road trip to Texas, but the Angels employee reportedly told DEA agents that he did not believe the pills he obtained for Skaggs were the ones that the pitcher took the day he died because the pitcher would allegedly ingest pills immediately after receiving them. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA The report also states that Skaggs texted Kay the day the team left for Texas, requesting more oxycodone and Kay reportedly told investigators he was unable to fulfill that request.Kay reportedly told investigators that he informed Tim Mead, the Angels former vice president of communications and Kays supervisor, about Skaggs drug use as early as 2017.Mead left the Angels in June to become the president of the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.Photo Credit: John Sleezer/Kansas Ciy Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images

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