10 Varsity Football Players Suspended In Alleged Hazing Incident At Catholic High School Ten varsity high school football players at a Los Angeles all-boys Catholic school have been suspended for hazing freshmen members of the school's football team, officials said Friday.
NFL Website Profile Page For 'Los Angeles Rams' Raises RumorsThe NFL website seemed to some as though it were making plans for the return of the Rams on Monday.
Local Firefighters Gear Up For Possible Rescue Mission In NepalThe team is comprised of about 65 people, mostly from Los Angeles County, with at least one rescue dog handler from Santa Barbara County, said a Los Angeles County Fire dispatcher.
Carson Group Launches Online Effort To Drum Up Support For NFL StadiumThe city of Carson is joining a growing list of cities fighting to lure the NFL back to Los Angeles County.
Goodell: No Specific Plans Yet For NFL's Return To LAFans hoping for a speedy return by the NFL to the city of L.A. may have to wait a little longer.
Team Chosen For Second Phase Of High-Speed RailThe California High-Speed Rail Authority said Thursday that the low bid for the 65-mile segment was $1.2 billion.
School Official: No Charges Will Be Filed In Agoura High Football 'Incident' Sheriff's investigators have decided not to press charges in an incident allegedly involving Agoura High School football players and coaches, a school official said Wednesday.
ESPN: Is Kobe To Blame For Lakers' Downfall?ESPN the Magazine basically went nuclear on Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant - but is it accurate?
Officials Give AEG 6 More Months To Lure NFL Back To LAA Los Angeles City Council committee Friday backed a request from entertainment giant AEG for six more months to secure a National Football League franchise to play in Los Angeles.
5 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Football Players Charged With Armed RobberySan Luis Obispo County prosecutors charged the students Friday with multiple felony counts, including conspiracy to commit residential robbery, attempted residential robbery and false imprisonment.
Judge OKs Ex-Microsoft CEO's Participation In Sterling Probate Hearings A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Monday that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer can participate in a probate court hearing over whether Shelly Sterling has authority to sell the Los Angeles Clippers.
Sterlings Return To Court In Battle Over ClippersA preliminary hearing began Monday afternoon in the battle for ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers.
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