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Boxing champ Manny Pacquiao spent Sunday morning here in LA, at the church where he converted to Christianity four years ago.
New changes to come along with the 2015 season mean stricter rules, including no parking apart from in designated stadium lots, and no drinking.
A video that surfaced on social media has sparked debate over whether its content appears to show an example of high school sports hazing or teenagers simply trying to have fun.
USC Athletic Director Pat Haden is joining the boycott against Indiana’s Religious Freedom law by refusing to attend a college football committee meeting in Indianapolis this weekend.
Dodger fans attending games in 2015 will undergo new security procedures at Dodger Stadium, set in place by the league.
AEG, whose downtown plans were once considered the frontrunner for the NFL’s return to Los Angeles, has withdrawn its plans to build a stadium.
A local high school girls basketball team, that had been forced to forfeit playing in a championship game for wearing illegal uniforms, is now being allowed to play.
A girls high school basketball team in Harbor City faces disappointment after working all season to get into the playoffs, only to be told they’ve been disqualified because of their uniforms.
The Inglewood City Council voted Tuesday night to approve a massive development project to lure the NFL back to Los Angeles.
A fitness trainer in South Bay, known as “G.I. Joe” Charles, has spent the last 15 years of his life motivating people to work out and get in shape.
CBS8 San Diego Sports Director Kyle Kraska was shot Tuesday afternoon at his Scripps Ranch home, according to a tweet by anchor Marcella Lee.
Following yet another year of the Los Angeles Dodgers falling short of their goal of a National League Pennant, team president Stan Kasten decided the front office, in addition to other areas of the club, was in need a big shake up.
A high school girls basketball coach is serving a two-game suspension after he was accused of running-up the score on an opponent last week.
After many roster moves thus far for the Dodgers, Don Mattingly, on the contrary, will keep his entire coaching staff for 2015.