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Orange Coast College Baseball Team Honors Altobelli Family Killed In Kobe Bryant CrashThe Orange Coast College baseball team Tuesday afternoon paid its respects to longtime head coach John Altobelli and his wife and daughter.
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NTSB Releases Video Of Kobe Bryant Calabasas Chopper Crash Investigation, All 9 Bodies RecoveredThe site of Sunday’s helicopter crash in the hills of Calabasas in which nine people were killed, including Lakers star Kobe Bryant and his daughter, remained closed Tuesday amid the ongoing investigation into what caused it.
Expert Discusses Kobe Helicopter CrashBrian Alexander from Kreindler & Kreindler LLP on the fatal helicopter crash.
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Newport Beach Community Mourns Kobe Bryant's DeathLess than three hours before he was killed in Sunday’s helicopter wreck which also claimed the lives of eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter, Lakers legend Kobe Bryant had visited his church in Newport Beach.
Gianna Bryant Christened 'Forever A Husky' By UConn Women's Basketball TeamThe girl affectionately nicknamed “Mambacita” by her parents, but who was better known as Gigi, was honored Monday night by the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team with a jersey with her number it, christening her “forever a Husky.” Katie Johnston reports.
New York, LA Lights Up In Purple In Gold In Memory Of Kobe BryantThe Empire State Building lit up in purple and gold Monday night, and LA City Hall will be also keep the colors all week. Suzanne Marques reports.
Kobe Bryant Takes Final Bow In Time Magazine CoverThe commemorative cover shows Bryant holding a basketball and taking a bow in front of a crowd of fans. Suzanne Marques reports.
Kobe Bryant Fans Leave Hundreds Of Post-It Messages On Shoe Palace MuralThe mural is also lined with flowers and candles. DeMarco Morgan reports.
New Mural Of Kobe Bryant Rises On Ventura BoulevardStreet artist Artoon says he has slept very little, but wanted to finish the mural of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Giant Kobe Bryant Memorial Boards Filled With Messages From FansStaples Center has become the place for Laker and Kobe fans to gather and mourn together. Tina Patel reports.
NTSB Still On Scene Of Helicopter Crash That Killed Kobe BryantThe investigation will look into the history of the helicopter, as well as sift through the evidence at the scene. Kara Finnstrom reports.
LeBron James Breaks Silence On Death Of Kobe BryantThe current Lakers star said he had just heard from Bryant on Saturday night. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
Threat Prompts Increased Police Presence At Eagle Rock High SchoolA threat was made against the school on social media Monday night. Suzanne Marques reports.
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