One of the lasting images of the 2001 football season was then-Chargers QB Doug Flutie carrying the American flag out of the tunnel at the first Chargers home game following the tragedy. Chris Hayre has the story behind the award-winning photo

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USC's Hasan Reducing Food Waste in LAWhen USC's Mo Hasan isn't with the Trojan football team, he's doing his part to help reduce food waste in LA with his non-profit called "Second Spoon". Kristin Smith sat down with the quarterback to learn all about his philanthropy
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You Can FoundationInternational basketball player George Blakeney Jr. helped start the You Can Foundation to improve the lives of kids all over the world. On Wednesday, Blakeney teamed up with members of the Basketball Beauties as well as the Hoop Bus, which we featured last year, in order to empower 160 students at Huerta Elementary School in Inglewood. Our Kristin Smith caught up with Blakeney ahead of the event.
HUB Football Camp Leads Vizcaino & Others to NFLFor Chargers kicker Tristan Vizcaino, the HUB Football Camp was a springboard into the NFL. This year's combine takes place in Carson next week. Chris Hayre talked to founder, Don Yee, about Tristan's success and the HUB program
UCLA's Jaylen Clark Working the Crypto WorldBy way of the NCAA's new NIL rules, UCLA basketball player Jaylen Clark is venturing into the cryptocurrency world with his very own $JROCK. Kristin Smith talked to the sophomore guard about his latest move
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HS Team of the Week: Ayala BulldogsAt 5-0, the Ayala Bulldogs are quickly becoming one of the standout programs in the Inland Empire. In fact, they've won 21 straight regular season games. Jim Hill sits down with Coach AJ Gracia & Sophomore QB Bryan Wilson
An Inside Look at Minor League Baseball ConditionsMLB owners and players work in a multi-billion dollar industry, yet their minor league affiliates suffer when it comes to food, lodging & salaries. The Advocates for Minor Leaguers are working to change that as Jake Reiner found out
Minor Leaguers Fight for Better ConditionsNearly 75% of MLB owners are billionaires, and star players can make hundreds of millions, but it's a vastly different story in the minors. Many players struggle make ends meet, but that's starting to change as more minor league players speak out, including Mission Viejo High School Alum Kieran Lovegrove. Our Jake Reiner has the story.
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"Sissy Blue" T-Shirts to Raise NIL Money for UCLA AthletesLSU Coach Ed Orgeron picked the right guy to taunt before UCLA's big win a couple weeks ago. As a result, David Witzling tells Jim Hill he's turned the rallying cry into a T-Shirt to benefit Bruin student athletes
SC Welcomes The Talk's Akbar GbajabiamilaThe newest co-host of The Talk on CBS, Akbar Gbajabiamila, hangs out with Jim Hill and Beto Duran on Sports Central Sunday
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Dodgers Remember Baseball's Post-9/11 ImpactAfter the 9/11 attacks brought the US to a halt, baseball was the first sport to return. Members of the '01 Dodgers look back at the impact the return of baseball had on them and the country as a whole
Verbum Dei Football Visits the KCBS StudioAfter improving to 4-0 on the season, Verbum Dei coach Kevin Smith and RB Semaj Harris swing by the set for a chat with Jim Hill & Beto Duran
Kings Remember Scouts Who Lost Their Lives on 9/11Kings Scouts Mark Bavis & Ace Bailey were on UA Flight 175, which crashed into the World Trade Center on 9/11. 20 years later, Luc Robitaille, Daryl Evans & Bob Miller look back on their lives & the legacy they left behind
Chargers QB Flutie Memorialized with 9/11 PhotoOne of the lasting images of the 2001 football season was then-Chargers QB Doug Flutie carrying the American flag out of the tunnel at the first Chargers home game following the tragedy. Chris Hayre has the story behind the award-winning photo
Local Pro Surfer Filipe Toledo Eyes World TitleThe World Surf League Finals are underway at Lower Trestles with 3 Brazilians at the top of the men's standings. Hometown surfer Filipe Toledo is one of them and we visited with the champion at his home
Pro Tips: Hitting Your TargetFor our final Pro Tips segment of the season, Randy Chang teaches us how to mentally prepare to hit your target. Oh, and be sure to wait til the end on this one...
Chargers Helmet Donation Impacts Two Local SchoolsWhen the Chargers saw a story on KCAL9 about the death of two young high schoolers, they also saw the opportunity to give back to the Centennial & Gardena football programs, who played each other on Thursday
Legends: A. C. GreenHe's the NBA's "Ironman". A. C. Green holds the all-time record with nearly 1,200 straight games played. The streak began during the 1986-1987 season as Green helped lead the Lakers to the first of back to back titles. Green left the team but returned for one more championship run, this time alongside Kobe and Shaq. Recently Jim Hill caught up with him for this week's edition of "Legends"
Curling on the Rise in Southern CaliforniaThe overwhelming favorite sport of the winter games is being introduced to the LA area by way of the brand new Southern California Curling Center. We take you behind the scenes of the grand opening
Pro Tips: Swing AdjustmentsTurns out Jim Hill needed only a couple minor adjustments to correct his swing. According to Director of Golf Instruction Randy Chang, that's usually the case for most amateurs. Here he uses a bit of tech to teach Jim

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