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New San Bernardino city manager could earn $260,000 a year

City leaders could OK a contract for Teri Ledoux, the former assistant city manager, Wednesday night, July 17
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Michael Amadio, three others signed by Kings

This leaves the Kings with only two remaining restricted free agents - forward Adrian Kempe and goaltender Cal Petersen.
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Dodgers’ Chris Taylor has a fracture in his left forearm after HBP in Boston

Taylor was hit in the left wrist by a pitch in the 11th inning of Sunday's game against the Red Sox. Initial examination did not reveal the fracture, but X-rays taken Monday in Philadelphia did.
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Here’s your chance to see the real ‘Butterfly effect’

Approximately thirteen different butterfly species, all native to Southern California, can be seen at the California Butterfly Pavilion at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont.
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Whicker: Pernell Whitaker, the sweetest scientist, dies at 55

Few boxers have ever been as evasive and successful as Whitaker, a four-division champion and Olympic gold medalist who is more famous for his disputed losses than his wins.
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Chargers’ Keenan Allen, Derwin James unhappy with Madden NFL 20 ratings

Two prominent Chargers players went to social media to voice their displeasure about the ratings they received in the latest version of the popular video game.
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Treasury chief: Facebook currency plan ripe for illicit use

On Tuesday, Congress begins two days of hearings on Facebook’s Libra plan. The head of the Federal Reserve also raised an alarm about the plan last week.
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Purple & Bold: Meet the new Lakers

Recapping what we've learned from the rapid fire introductions of the new Lakers players
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Deals, protests during Amazon Prime Day

This year, some used the high-profile event as a way to garner attention for their protests against Amazon.
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Dodgers blow lead, reclaim it in the 12th inning to beat Red Sox

The Dodgers and Boston Red Sox don't get together often. But when they do, it can go on for hours.
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SDCC 2019: San Diego preps Comic-Con security measures ahead of massive pop culture convention

The annual convention returns to San Diego bringing with it enthusiastic costumed fans, snarled downtown traffic and security challenges for local law enforcement.
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Lakers coach Frank Vogel is eager to show his evolution

The roster the Lakers have put together reflect the style Vogel expects to play come October, which he outlined in a session with media on Saturday following Davis’ introduction.
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Whicker: Angels trying to follow LMU’s example in finding belief during bereavement

Angels' reaction to Tyler Skaggs' death is reminiscent of the level Loyola Marymount reached in 1990 after Hank Gathers died.
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Heat advisory continues in Riverside, San Bernardino counties; ozone advisory affects Inland, OC and LA County areas

Motorists were reminded not to leave children and pets in parked cars.
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A.J. Pollock’s return means squeeze for playing time in Dodgers outfield

While Pollock was on the Injured List, Alex Verdugo established himself as capable of being a productive every-day player. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts will have to juggle to get both playing time.
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