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Daniil Medvedev wins over Australian Open fans, rolls into 4th round

Daniil Medvedev wins over Australian Open fans, rolls into 4th round Daniil Medvedev takes a drink during a break in his third-round match against Botic van de Zandschulp at the Australian Open on Saturday in Melbourne. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill) Former UCLA standout Maxime Cressy plays a backhand return during his third-round match at the Australian […]

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Human remains found in Lake Elsinore identified as Tustin woman missing since 1977

Human remains found in Lake Elsinore identified as Tustin woman missing since 1977 Investigators believe they have positively identified the human remains found down an embankment in Lake Elsinore in 1986 as those of a woman who had been reported missing to Tustin police in 1977, Riverside County District Attorney’s office officials said. The remains […]

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‘Perfect leader’: Woman takes command of USS Constitution

‘Perfect leader’: Woman takes command of USS Constitution By MARK PRATT Women have assumed leadership positions throughout the Navy, so it was only fitting that a woman for the first time Friday took command of the U.S.S. Constitution — the Navy’s most historic vessel. Cmdr. Billie J. Farrell, 39, during a ceremony that started on […]

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Amanda Anisimova upsets Naomi Osaka in 3rd round of Australian Open

Amanda Anisimova upsets Naomi Osaka in 3rd round of Australian Open American Amanda Anisimova celebrates after defeating Naomi Osaka in their third-round match at the Australian Open on Friday in Melbourne. (AP Photo/Simon Baker) Amanda Anisimova plays a backhand return to Naomi Osaka in their third-round match at the Australian Open on Friday in Melbourne. […]

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Patrick Cantlay, rookie Lee Hodges share first-round lead in La Quinta

Patrick Cantlay, rookie Lee Hodges share first-round lead in La Quinta By JOHN NICHOLSON AP Sports Writer LA QUINTA — Patrick Cantlay shot a 10-under-par 62 in perfect weather and turf conditions on Thursday at La Quinta Country Club for a share of the first-round lead with rookie Lee Hodges in The American Express. Cantlay […]

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Disneyland hosts Super Bowl tailgate party with ESPN pregame shows and fan experience

Disneyland hosts Super Bowl tailgate party with ESPN pregame shows and fan experience ESPN plans to bring a five-day Super Bowl tailgate party with pregame telecasts and fan experience zone to Disney California Adventure and Downtown Disney leading up to the National Football League championship game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. The Disneyland resort will […]

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No. 3 seed Garbiñe Muguruza upset at Australian Open

No. 3 seed Garbiñe Muguruza upset at Australian Open Alize Cornet plays a backhand return to third-seeded Garbine Muguruza during their second-round match at the Australian Open on Thursday (Wednesday night PT) in Melbourne. (AP Photo/Hamish Blair) Sixth-seeded Anett Kontaveit reacts after a fall during her second-round match against Clara Tauson at the Australian Open on […]

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What’s next for injured Clippers star Paul George?

What’s next for injured Clippers star Paul George? From the outset, Dr. Alan Beyer said he had scant hope that the Clippers’ Paul George would be cleared when doctors planned again to evaluate him, three to four weeks after the team’s Christmas Day announcement that he’d suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right […]

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No. 9 UCLA men looking forward to a game with Utah fans

No. 9 UCLA men looking forward to a game with Utah fans Home is where the heart is … The cliché might not be so applicable to the UCLA men’s basketball team right now. Under normal circumstances, the ninth-ranked Bruins are stellar at home. Actually, even under not-so-normal circumstances, they’re good at home. UCLA was […]

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Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty closer to Australian Open showdown

Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty closer to Australian Open showdown By JOHN PYE AP Sports Writer MELBOURNE, Australia — For the first set, Naomi Osaka’s rediscovered love of the game meant it was anything but fun for Madison Brengle in the third round of the Australian Open. The defending champion conceded only four points in the […]

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