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L.A. Animal Board to Weigh Horse Racing Ban

The Los Angeles Board of Animal Services will consider a motion Tuesday recommending that the city go on record as supporting a ban on all activities related to horse racing.

Dodgers to Unveil Plans for a Renovated Dodger Stadium

The Dodgers Tuesday will unveil plans for a $100 million renovation of Dodger Stadium that will provide a new center field plaza as well as elevators and bridges that will connect the outfield pavilions to the rest of the stadium, a newspaper reported.

Lakers Set to Hire Frank Vogel as Coach, Sources Say

The Los Angeles Lakers have yet to announce a news conference to introduce new coach Frank Vogel, one day after ESPN broke the news that the former Indiana Pacers coach had agreed to a three-year contract to coach the team.

Heisman Winner Murray Taken First In NFL Draft

The Arizona Cardinals made reigning Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray the number one selection in the 2019 National Football League entry draft on Friday.

Rams-Chiefs Game Announced as Southland’s Top Sports Moment of 2018

The Los Angeles Rams 54-51 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs was Southern California's No. 1 sports moment of 2018, the Los Angeles Sports Council announced Monday evening at the 14th annual LA Sports Awards at The Beverly Hilton.

Kenyan Man, Ethiopian Woman Win L.A. Marathon In Dramatic Fashion

Elisha Barno passed fellow Kenyan John Korir in the final 200 yards to win the 34th annual Los Angeles Marathon in the closest men's race in the event's history, while Askale Merachi of Ethiopia set a course record to capture first place in the women's race.

Lakers Part Ways With Coach Luke Walton

The Los Angeles Lakers announced Friday that the team has mutually agreed to part ways with head coach Luke Walton.

Magic Johnson Resigns as Lakers President of Basketball Operations

Magic Johnson announced Tuesday evening he is resigning as the Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations due to frustrations over limitations he faced as a team executive.

Finally, UCLA Has New Basketball Coach

The longtime head coach at the University of Cincinnati was Tuesday named the head men's basketball coach at UCLA.

Rams-Chiefs Game Announced as Southland’s Top Sports Moment of 2018

The Los Angeles Rams 54-51 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs was Southern California's No. 1 sports moment of 2018, the Los Angeles Sports Council announced Monday evening at the 14th annual LA Sports Awards at The Beverly Hilton.

Kenyan Man, Ethiopian Woman Win L.A. Marathon In Dramatic Fashion

Elisha Barno passed fellow Kenyan John Korir in the final 200 yards to win the 34th annual Los Angeles Marathon in the closest men's race in the event's history, while Askale Merachi of Ethiopia set a course record to capture first place in the women's race.

Angels Set To Reel In Trout With Record $430 Million Deal

Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout is poised to sign the most lucrative contract in baseball history after agreeing a 12-year contract extension worth more than $430 million, reports said Tuesday.

Abdul-Jabbar Memorabilia Fetches $3 Million at Auction

A trove of NBA memorabilia -- including championship rings and MVP hardware from the hall-of-fame basketball career of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, garnered nearly $3 million at an American auction on Sunday. 

Padres Reportedly Sign Ex-Dodger Manny Machado

ESPN reported Tuesday that four-time all-star third baseman and shortstop Manny Machado has agreed to a 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres, but the team did not immediately confirm the signing.

Dodger Pitchers, Catchers to Report to Spring Training

Los Angeles Dodger pitchers and catchers will report to spring training in Glendale, Arizona Tuesday, the start of their quest for their first World Series title since 1988 after back-to-back World Series losses.

Wolfpack Keeps Rolling – The Beverly Hills AYSO Wolfpack Girls Extra U11 team competed two weeks ago in the AYSO Extra playoffs in Pasadena

The Beverly Hills AYSO Wolfpack Girls Extra U11 team competed two weeks ago in the AYSO Extra playoffs in Pasadena, reaching the championship game and ultimately earning second place in a tough 2-1 loss to Santa Monica.  Earlier in the day the Wolfpack defeated Palos Verdes, the regular season league winner and number one seed in the playoffs, by a score of 1-0. The Wolfpack team was the only BH AYSO team to advance to the Sectional tournament in Riverside on March 3 - that tournament has only four teams in it from AYSO regions throughout Southern California. Back row, from left: Coaches Arik Betesh and Rick Wolfen. Middle row, from left: Hannah Carr, Aliyah Garcia, Lexi Gelbard, Shaili Betesh, Chloe Fedida and Charlotte Weinberger. Front row, from left: Izzy Kadz, Jasmine Cohanim, Emily Wolken, Romy Harari, Lily Gimbel and Sophie Gimbel.
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