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October looks brighter with Kershaw, Hill, Maeda

Los Angeles Times (Bill Shaikin / On Baseball) — For the first time this season, the Dodgers could see October. The Chicago Cubs could see October from the day they reported to spring training. The Washington Nationals could see it in April, when they won nine of their first 10 games and Daniel Murphy emerged as Babe Ruth for a new millennium. ...
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For the Record

Los Angeles Times Rock history: In the Aug. 14 Calendar section, an article about 1966 being rock ’n’ roll’s most innovative year was accompanied by a photo of Bob Dylan that was identified as being from the recording of “Blonde on Blonde” in 1966. In fact, it was from 1965, when Dylan was recording “Bringing It...
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Rich Hill's pitching, Justin Turner's home run are enough for Dodgers' 1-0 win over Giants

Los Angeles Times (Andy McCullough) — For 22 days, Rich Hill existed as a Dodger in name only. He wore the uniform of the franchise but never graced the field. On two occasions, the team scheduled him to start a game only to scratch him because of a blister on his left hand. The only competitive outing he threw for the team was a simulated...
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19-year-old motorcyclist killed in hit-and-run crash in Reseda

Los Angeles Times (Matt Hamilton) — A 19-year-old man who was riding his motorcycle to work at a coffee shop died Thursday morning after a pickup driver smashed into him in Reseda and fled the scene, police said. The motorcyclist was traveling south on Tampa Avenue about 6:45 a.m. when he was struck by a large pickup that was driving...
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Linebacker Alec Ogletree is in the middle of it all on defense for the Rams

Los Angeles Times (Gary Klein) — In his role as the Rams’ new middle linebacker, Alec Ogletree is determined to get his point across to teammates. That’s why he vocally and demonstratively expressed frustration on the sideline last week after the Kansas City Chiefs drove for a touchdown on their first possession, the same scenario...
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For the first time since Reggie Bush and Lendale White, two USC backs eye 1,000 yards

Los Angeles Times (Zach Helfand) — Justin Davis is used to answering the questions of his fellow running backs. Davis is reliable and experienced, USC’s only senior tailback. Running backs coach Tommie Robinson calls him “the old man, he’s the gray beard guy,” and the younger teammates seek out his counsel. When Davis has a question,...
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Compton to honor gold medalist DeMar DeRozan on Saturday

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — The city of Compton is going to hold a celebration on Saturday in honor of former Compton High basketball standout DeMar DeRozan, who won a gold medal playing for Team USA. It starts with a youth basketball camp at 9 a.m. at Lueders Park and DeMar DeRozan gymnasium, 1500 E. Rosecrans Blvd. Camp...
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Trump retreats further from a hard line on illegal immigration

Los Angeles Times (Michael Finnegan) — Campaign 2016 updates: Trump calls out celebrities backing Clinton for not being 'very hot anymore' Aug. 24, 2016, 8:46 p.m. Trump said Clinton's supporters are mostly Hollywood celebrities on the decline.Donald Trump: Hillary Clinton's backers are "celebrities that aren't very hot anymore"What...
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Football: Gabe Marks goes home to Venice

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Gabe Marks was an All-City wide receiver at Venice High before heading off to Washington State. Now he enters the 2016 college season as one of the best receivers in the Pac-12. Above is video of Marks coming home to Venice. For the latest on high school sports, follow  @LATSondheimer on Twitter
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Attack on American University of Afghanistan is over, police say, leaving 13 dead

Los Angeles Times (Sultan Faizy, Shashank Bengali) — Officials said Thursday that an attack on the American University of Afghanistan has ended with 13 people dead, including seven students and three assailants. The dead also included two police officers and a university security guard, and more than 30 people were wounded, said Sediq Sediqqi, spokesman...
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Angels catcher Jett Bandy likes to mix in fun with success

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — The 37 lockers inside Angel Stadium’s home clubhouse are almost uniformly unadorned. Players do not bother with them, except for Jett Bandy, the rookie catcher who has made his a shrine to his teammates since his May promotion. “You know how when you have a desk at an office, you put pictures of...
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Hillary Clinton says Trump 'taking a hate movement mainstream'

Los Angeles Times (Kurtis Lee) — Campaign 2016 updates: Trump calls out celebrities backing Clinton for not being 'very hot anymore' Aug. 24, 2016, 7:57 p.m. Trump said Clinton's supporters are mostly Hollywood celebrities on the decline.Donald Trump: Hillary Clinton's backers are "celebrities that aren't very hot anymore"What...
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Competency hearing is sought for former L.A. Sheriff Lee Baca

Los Angeles Times (Joel Rubin) — Prosecutors in the case against former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca have asked a federal judge to determine whether Baca is fit to stand trial. The request for a finding on Baca’s competency came late Wednesday, after a morning court hearing during which Baca’s attorney made the latest in a series...
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Colombia, FARC rebels announce accord to end 5-decade war

Los Angeles Times (Chris Kraul) — Colombia’s government and largest rebel group announced Wednesday that they have reached a comprehensive agreement for ending the hemisphere’s longest-running conflict. The peace accord between the government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC,...
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Angels defeat the Blue Jays, 8-2

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — The first two pitches Mike Trout saw from Marco Estrada on Wednesday at the Rogers Centre were strikes. So Trout settled in. He fouled a pitch off, watched three balls go by, then tracked a changeup down below the strike zone and golfed it for a home run. It raised Trout’s statistics after 0-2...
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