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Wednesday's TV highlights: 'Channel Zero: No-End House' on Syfy

Los Angeles Times (Ed Stockly) — SERIES Big Brother The unscripted series ends its 19th round with a two-hour season finale. Julie Chen hosts. 8 p.m. CBS America's Got Talent Tyra Banks reveals the $1-million winner in the unscripted competition’s season finale. 8 p.m. NBC MasterChef In the two-hour season finale, the three...
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Pedro Baez fails latest test in Dodgers' 6-2 loss to the Phillies

Los Angeles Times (Andy McCullough) — Dave Roberts could not have engineered a softer landing. In the seventh inning of the Dodgers’ 6-2 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday, Roberts sent Baez to protect a one-run lead against the No. 7, No. 8 and No. 9 hitters of a last-place team. It was a test, perhaps the last, to see if Baez belonged...
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What a coincidence: With pitching moves, Angels save on bonuses

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — Whether by coincidence or design, the Angels put themselves into position to save at least $750,000 with the way they ordered their pitchers in a win over Texas on Friday. Needing to fill a start vacated by the injured Andrew Heaney, they picked from a stacked September bullpen of 14 men and settled...
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Donor of $10 million to have name put on hedges of Rose Bowl field

Los Angeles Times (Ben Bolch) — A Rose Bowl by any other name would keep college football’s most iconic venue viable for decades to come. The Pasadena City Council has unanimously approved a proposal to put the name of a prominent UCLA alumnus on the hedges that surround the Rose Bowl field after Richard “Tod” Spieker agreed...
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Brotherly love will be put aside as Matt and Mike LaFleur coach on opposite sides when Rams face 49ers

Los Angeles Times (Lindsey Thiry) — It’s a problem a mother is proud to have, one that with a little creativity is easily solved. Kristi LaFleur couldn’t decide which son to represent when Rams offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur and San Francisco 49ers receivers coach Mike LaFleur meet in an NFC West matchup Thursday. So mom created...
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A brave soldier and one horrible day: two lasting memories of Iraq

Los Angeles Times (Marcus Yam) — As I fumbled with the straps of my body armor, an Iraqi gentleman looked at me kindly and said, “You look nervous. Is this your first time here?” I nodded: I was indeed apprehensive. Though Los Angeles Times colleagues who had covered wars had offered me practical advice — “Always be paranoid,...
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Mel Gibson's lawsuit over 'Professor and the Madman' deepens, as director says producer defamed him in comments to L.A. Times

Los Angeles Times (David Ng) — The legal battle over the Mel Gibson movie "The Professor and the Madman" has grown messier, with a new complaint filed Tuesday by director Farhad Safinia alleging copyright infringement and defamation against Voltage Pictures, one of the production companies behind the independently financed movie. ...
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Cal State faculty take a stand against 'hasty' plans to loosen course requirements

Los Angeles Times (Rosanna Xia) — Cal State faculty spoke out Tuesday about what they called “hasty” recent decisions to drop remedial classes and loosen math requirements by next fall. In a resolution by the university system’s Academic Senate, faculty members said they hadn’t been given enough time to weigh in on what could be...
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Michael Wright out as CEO of Steven Spielberg's Amblin Partners

Los Angeles Times (Ryan Faughnder) — Acclaimed filmmaker Steven Spielberg has replaced Michael Wright as Chief Executive of Amblin Partners as his production company struggles to find its footing in an increasingly challenging movie market. Wright is leaving the company after three years, effective immediately, Los Angeles-based Amblin...
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Watch: Here's what it looked like during and after the Mexico earthquake

Los Angeles Times (Kurtis Lee) — As seems to be the norm now when a disaster strikes, people took to Twitter when a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck central Mexico on Tuesday. Just as people posted photos and videos from hurricanes Harvey and Irma, people captured the chaos, and heroism, that unfolded after the quake hit. The temblor’s...
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At least 105 killed as powerful 7.1 earthquake strikes central Mexico

Los Angeles Times (Kate Linthicum, Rong-Gong Lin II, Alexandra Zavis) — A powerful 7.1 earthquake shook central Mexico on Tuesday, collapsing homes and bridges across hundreds of miles, killing at least 105 people and sending thousands more fleeing into the streets screaming in a country still reeling from a deadly temblor that struck less than two weeks ago. In Mexico...
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