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Chargers lucky they didn't leave Dallas kicking themselves after Nick Novak injury

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — Chargers kicker Nick Novak was in the locker room getting pain-killing injections in his lower back and hip flexor in the first quarter of Thursday’s game when he heard the television announcers reference a video that was quickly spreading on social media. Novak’s emergency backup, punter Drew...
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Chargers' defense puts a stamp on 'it' — a 28-6 victory over Dallas

Los Angeles Times (Dan Woike) — The word is “swagger,” but Chargers defensive tackle Damion Square isn’t very fond of it. There are better ways to describe the “it” the Chargers defense is playing with, the display that was clear as could be in the team’s 28-6 win Thursday against the Cowboys. It’s confidence. It’s attitude....
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Tradition and deals still draw Thanksgiving shoppers into stores

Los Angeles Times (Michael Livingston, Alejandra Reyes-Velarde, Danielle Parenteau-Decker) — Jay Pujalte, 45, spent three nights in a tent outside the Atwater Village Best Buy. With a rug for comfort and his wife and daughter for company, Pujalte was willing to wait to find a deal — and an experience — that couldn’t be had online. Over the years, e-commerce and ever-earlier sales have...
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Chargers' Keenan Allen scores some points with his career-high 172 receiving yards on 11 catches

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — One by one they fell to the AT&T Stadium turf Thursday, five Dallas Cowboys defenders in all, tumbling to the ground as if they were pins and Chargers receiver Keenan Allen was a human bowling ball. Four of the five got a hand on Allen — one grabbed a shoulder, one an ankle, one a rib cage, one...
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Friday's TV highlights: 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!' and more

Los Angeles Times (Matt Cooper) — TV HIGHLIGHTS SERIES Great Performances “White Christmas” and other classic tunes are featured in “Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn — the Broadway Musical,” a stage adaptation of the hit 1942 film that starred Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. 8:30 p.m. KOCE Z Nation The group explores an abandoned TV news...
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Rams injuries might mean Lamarcus Joyner becomes more than safety valve against Saints

Los Angeles Times (Gary Klein) — It might be a busier-than-usual Sunday for Rams safety Lamarcus Joyner. With cornerbacks Kayvon Webster and Nickell Robey-Coleman trying to work through injuries, Joyner might be called upon for double duty when the Rams play the high-scoring New Orleans Saints at the Coliseum. Joyner starts at...
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Ducks Josh Manson has his parents behind him and a blossoming career ahead

Los Angeles Times (Mike Coppinger) — Josh Manson didn't really want to leave Saskatchewan, but he had no choice. Summer was coming to an end and it was time to head back to Southern California for training camp ahead of the 2016-17 NHL season. Leaving his mother, Lana Manson, behind in Canada would be far more difficult this time. ...
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Generations of family and friends give thanks to South L.A. woman known for her generosity

Los Angeles Times (Michael Livingston) — Ola Pearl Tanner grabbed a Tupperware container filled with chopped red, green and yellow bell peppers and tossed them in the pot of turkey necks. Since 6 a.m. Wednesday, Tanner had cooked turkey, prime rib, green beans and turkey wings. The turkey necks, greens, seafood dressing and desserts —...
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Two male suspects killed in collision after Orange County sheriff's deputies gave chase

Los Angeles Times (Corina Knoll) — Two male suspects were killed Thursday when an afternoon pursuit involving the Orange County Sheriff’s Department ended in a collision at Imperial Highway and Big Sky Lane in Anaheim, authorities said. Orange County sheriff’s deputies responded about 12:40 p.m. to a report of suspicious activity...
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Lakers coach Luke Walton hopes the team's turnover numbers begin to decrease

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — When the Lakers staff mapped out what it wanted from the team this year, they knew some of it would come with a cost. The fast pace, all the running, it would pair with mistakes at first. Now the Lakers are hoping to turn to the next stage of that development. “We got to the season, we said what...
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Philip Rivers in fine form during the Chargers' 28-6 rout of the Cowboys

Los Angeles Times (Dan Woike) — Philip Rivers shuffled his feet like he was Muhammad Ali after hitting Hunter Henry for a score — though on the doorstep of 36 years old, Rivers floats more like a rhinoceros than a butterfly. But throwing a touchdown pass on this day, during this game, on this stage — his body flowed with athleticism...
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UCLA's senior send-off will be missing a key figure before Bruins play Cal on Friday

Los Angeles Times (Ben Bolch) — A year ago, Jim Mora stood inside the Rose Bowl and shared a tender moment with each of his seniors before they bounded onto their home field one last time. The UCLA coach held quarterback Mike Fafaul’s head in his hands while conveying his appreciation. He embraced linebacker Cameron Judge in...
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18-year-old killed by co-worker's jealous boyfriend, police say

Los Angeles Times (Corina Knoll) — A 20-year-old man is suspected of killing his girlfriend’s co-worker by chasing him in a truck and plowing into him at a 7-Eleven in Fontana, authorities said Thursday. John Nieto was jealous of Cristian Dominguez-Aguilar, 18, who occasionally received a ride home from Elisabeth Mancilla, 20, Fontana...
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Kings rookie Alex Iafallo a living example of the team's tired play of late

Los Angeles Times (Curtis Zupke) — One glance at Alex Iafallo suggested he was in the middle of a grueling playoff series in late spring. He sported a cut near his eye, courtesy of an errant stick from Winnipeg Jets defensemen Dustin Byfuglien. An ice pack was on his back. But this was only late November, on a rare off-day during...
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