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Mississippi wins first CWS title by sweeping Oklahoma

Mississippi wins first CWS title by sweeping Oklahoma By ERIC OLSON OMAHA, Neb. — The last team to get into the NCAA baseball tournament was the last team standing. Mississippi scored twice on wild pitches in a three-run eighth inning and the Rebels won their first national baseball title, sweeping Oklahoma in the College World […]

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Man, 20, armed with AR-15 at Ontario Little Caesars arrested

Man, 20, armed with AR-15 at Ontario Little Caesars arrested A 20-year-old man was arrested after bringing an AR-15 into a Little Caesars in Ontario on Sunday, June 26, police said. Officers were alerted to the 600 block of West Holt Boulevard to a report of a man in the pizza shop displaying a firearm […]

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Angels manager Phil Nevin keeping tabs on Jo Adell’s attitude while he’s at Triple-A

Angels manager Phil Nevin keeping tabs on Jo Adell’s attitude while he’s at Triple-A ANAHEIM — Phil Nevin is calling on his experience as a Triple-A manager in his new role leading the big league club. Nevin said he’s had a couple conversations with Jo Adell while he’s been at Salt Lake, in order to […]

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Gavin Newsom is totally not thinking of running for president

Gavin Newsom is totally not thinking of running for president Gavin Newsom is not thinking about running for president. Don’t even think about asking him about it. Why are you thinking about whether Gavin Newsom is thinking about it when Gavin Newsom isn’t even thinking about it himself? You did it! You did the one […]

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Pasadena celebrates first Pride event

Pasadena celebrates first Pride event The city of Pasadena held its first Pride Month Celebration event in front of Pasadena City Hall on Saturday, June 25, 2022. Several LGBTQ organizations were on hand to meet with guests during the event. (Photo by Trevor Stamp, Contributing Photographer) Dave Ryan, of Pasadena, strikes a pose during a […]

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LAPD officer who died was beaten in training, mother claims

LAPD officer who died was beaten in training, mother claims LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles police officer who died of neck injuries suffered during training had been beaten by fellow officers in an exercise meant to “simulate a mob,” according to a wrongful-death claim filed against the city by his mother. Houston Tipping, 32, […]

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Angels can’t erase early deficit, lose to Mariners

Angels can’t erase early deficit, lose to Mariners Angels starting pitcher Michael Lorenzen throws to the plate during the second inning of their game against the Seattle Mariners on Friday night at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) The Seattle Mariners’ Eugenio Suarez hits an RBI single during the first inning of their game against […]

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Live updates | Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

Live updates | Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade By The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa __ A truck hit at least two protesters Friday night following an abortion rights rally in Iowa. Lyz Lenz, a local journalist and author, told The Associated Press that she saw the driver swerve around another […]

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Inland Empire youths hand out $30,000 in grants

Inland Empire youths hand out ,000 in grants Since 2009, the Inland Empire Community Foundation’s Youth Grantmakers Program has been inspiring youths to engage in local philanthropy. Carmen Guzman, a student involved with the Inland Empire Community Foundation’s Youth Grantmakers Program, takes part in a food drive to benefit Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardino. […]

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Candace Parker has triple-double as Sky rout Sparks

Candace Parker has triple-double as Sky rout Sparks LOS ANGELES — Brittney Sykes’ eyes grew wide as she fixated on the stat sheet. “Oh, she had a triple-double,” the Sparks guard said to herself as she looked at Candace Parker’s stat line during the postgame press conference. “Candace is going to do what Candace does,” […]

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