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A former NBA player who had a short stint with the Clippers was arrested this weekend on suspicion of being under the influence of drugs after he was pulled over by Glendale police for allegedly speeding. Police on Sunday stopped LeRon Ellis — who...
Sports Roundup: Ronda Rousey announces UFC debut, Caltech snaps 55-game losing streak, Bell-Jeff wins at the Staples Center plus league honors and milestones for local athletesCongratulations are in order this week, as several local athletes throughout the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys--from the professionals right down to the high schoolers--achieved major milestones or received league honors. Let's start with the...
About 600 children and teens in the L.A. County foster system -- along with about 700 less-fortunate children from area schools and nonprofit organizations -- got their own performance at the Ramos Bros. Circus on Sunday thanks to a former NBA player...
The game of basketball looks like it comes easy to Marcus LoVett, Jr. It's getting out of the gym after a game that can be a problem for the Providence High point guard. The 15-year old freshman phenom carries a lot of hype with him and commands...
Former Los Angeles Lakers player A.C. Green spent Thursday morning in Glendale reflecting on the role of mankind and the importance of being selfless. “There’s something bigger than us,” he told a room of about 300 people. “Yeah,...
Former Los Angeles Lakers star A.C. Green spent Thursday morning in Glendale reflecting on the role of mankind and the importance of being selfless. “There’s something bigger than us,” he told a room of about 300 people. “Yeah,...
More than 100 people gathered Wednesday morning at South Pasadena Middle School to celebrate its new gym and library. The two new buildings are the jewels in the crown of a campus expansion effort that began with a school construction bond in 2002....
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NORTHWEST GLENDALE — By now, in the third year of its existence, the annual Stars Shooting for Hope celebrity basketball game's formula for success is becoming pretty clear — a sincere well-organized effort to raise money for a worthy cause...
GLENDALE — A year ago, he was on the basketball court at Hoover High, directing the Tornadoes and managing his way through the Pacific League. A year later, Martik Ghookasian is still donning his dress shirt and pants that he was accustomed to...
DOWNTOWN — Thousands of area residents renewed travel regimens this Memorial Day weekend, pouring onto highways and into airports as the nation officially ushered in the summer travel season. Be it falling gas prices, enticing hotel and car rental...
In less than 15 seconds, fourth-grader Abigail Simpson hopped about 40 yards Wednesday during a sack race — one of almost 20 games — at Monte Vista Elementary School. Her friends said she was a fast runner, but Abigail seemed impressed...
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When Harvey Mason Jr. went up for a jump shot during a practice, he immediately felt something wrong in his right knee when he landed. The injury couldn't have occurred at a worse time. It came when Mason had been at his best during his four-year stint...
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