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  1. Hoffarth: How a Lakers Insidera Mike Bresnahan navigates his beat for Spectrum SportsNetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Press-Telegram

    Spectrum SportsNet “Lakers Insider” Mike Bresnahan reports on the Lakers from Oklahoma City before their game Friday night. The scramble began Tuesday morning in Lakerland for confirmation and clarification - Jeanie Buss dropped the news in a press release that Magic Johnson was her choice as the team's new president of business operations, stripping brother Jim Buss of that duty, and firing general manager Mitch Kupchak in the process.


  2. FAA nears end of flight path projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2017 | Press-Telegram

    This Jan. 3, 2016 staff file photo shows an AeroMexico jet taking off from LAX with five A380 jets and a 747 in the distance in this view from Clutter's Park in El Segundo. The Federal Aviation Administration is heading into the final phase of its Southern California Metroplex project, replacing dozens of conventional air routes with satellite-based paths.


  3. How Big 5 Sporting Goods is succeeding where other sporting goods stores have failedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | Press-Telegram

    Southern California's sporting goods industry weathered some heavy hits last year with the closure of Sports Chalet and Sports Authority stores. But Big 5 Sporting Goods - which has long been one of the cheapest options for consumers - is holding its own in a world dominated by ever-changing consumer tastes and increased online spending.


  4. This accountanta s hobby? Identifying missing people through his drawingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 | Press-Telegram

    Carl Koppelman holds a self portrait drawing at his work space in El Segundo on Thursday. Carl Koppelman, is an amateur sleuth/ forensic artist who helps police around the U.S. solve cold case mysteries.


  5. Successful Aging: Villages in Torrance, Westside and Palos Verdes show vibrant commitmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2017 | Press-Telegram

    Last week, we discussed the Village, a membership driven non-profit organization run by volunteers and paid staff. Its goal is to provide older adults the opportunity to age in their own homes, remain as independent as possible and stay connected to their community.


  6. a Atmospheric rivera storm takes aim at Southern CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2017 | Press-Telegram

    The CHP Incident Log showed flooding at 4:35 a.m. in the fast lane of the Glen Anderson Freeway at Nash Street in El Segundo. A rock slide about 5 a.m. caused flat tires for some vehicles at Las Virgenes and Piuma roads in Malibu.


  7. Daily San Pedro bugle calls prompt patriotic feelings, only a few complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    The Space and Missile Systems Center celebrates its Quarterly Award ceremony and retreat at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo on Oct. 29, 2015. Three times a day, like clockwork, San Pedro residents hear the calls - sometimes only a couple of the bugle notes come through, depending on the direction of the wind - that come with living near an active military base.


  8. Boeing to shift 1,600 jobs from Huntington Beach to Long Beach, El SegundoRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    Boeing will shift nearly 2,500 jobs out of its Huntington Beach facility by 2020, sending 1,600 of them to Long Beach and El Segundo and another 300 to Seal Beach, the company announced Tuesday. The Wall Street Journal reported the company would trim its workforce through “natural attrition.” Boeing said it would cut 500 net jobs in Southern California in its defense and space industries.


  9. Body of missing Huntington Beach scuba diver found off El SegundoRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    Rescuers continued their search Monday Nov. 14, 2016 for a Huntington Beach man who disappeared while scuba diving about 3 miles north of the Manhattan Beach Pier. His body was later recovered.


  10. Justice Department sues AT&T/DirecTV as a ringleadera blocking Dodgers fans from TV dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    The U.S. Justice Department has stepped into the Dodgers' SportsNet L.A. three-year distribution fiasco by filing a lawsuit Wednesday against DirecTV, and new parent company AT&T, as a “ringleader” for unlawful “orchestrating information sharing agreements” with competing cable companies. The suit filed in U.S. District Court in L.A., alleges DirecTV exchanged “competitively-sensitive information” with Cox Communications, Charter Communications and AT&T as negotiations were taking place after the Dodgers and Time Warner Cable launched the channel in February, 2014.


  11. Suspects in Baby Eliza kidnapping, murder can face trial, judge rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled that there is enough evidence to hold two defendants for trial on charges they killed a 3-week-old girl after kidnapping her from Long Beach in what became known as the Baby Eliza case. Judge Judith L. Meyer made the decision Thursday after prosecutors outlined their accusations against Giseleangelique Rene D'Milian and Anthony Ray McCall during a preliminary hearing that spanned a week at Long Beach's Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse.


  12. After Californians saved less water amid drought, are new cuts coming?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    Californians saved about 30 percent less water in September than they did a year earlier, and state water officials said Tuesday they might revive mandated cuts. Overall, communities statewide conserved 18.3 percent this September compared with the same time three years ago, according to data released Tuesday.


  13. Weather heats up, but ice skating season is coming near youRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    The Los Angeles Kings announced Thursday they'll be sponsoring several outdoor ice rinks around the Los Angeles area through the holidays, including facilities in Redondo Beach, Long Beach, Woodland Hills and the Port of Los Angeles. The first five in the series will be announced Monday at a Kings news conference scheduled on board the Battleship Iowa in the port.


  14. Baby Eliza of Long Beach was likely dead before being placed in dumpster, examiner tells judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2015 | Press-Telegram

    A 3-week old baby kidnapped from her Long Beach home and found dead in San Diego County 18 months ago likely was killed before being placed inside the trash bin, a medical examiner said Thursday on the first day of a court hearing to determine if there is enough evidence against three defendants to hold them for trial. Eliza De La Cruz, who became known in the highly-publicized case as Baby Eliza, likely died of asphyxiation, Steven Campman, deputy medical examiner for San Diego County, told a judge at the Long Beach Courthouse.


  15. 4 ways businesses could change due to new overtime rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2014 | Press-Telegram

    A new federal overtime rule that kicks in Dec. 1 will significantly boost the earnings threshold for salaried workers who can receive overtime pay. Overtime protections currently apply to employees making less than $23,660 a year.


  16. Live updates for the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    The Los Angeles Lakers had the number 2 pick in the NBA draft and selected D'Angelo Russell from Ohio State Thursday, June 25, 2015, El Segundo, CA. Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak discusses the selection of Russell with the media from the Toyota Sports Center practice facility.


  17. UCLA engineering grads vow to build great things in slain professora s honorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    WESTWOOD >> They were about to graduate from one of the world's top engineering schools and would be the future builders of soaring bridges, miracle drugs and lightning-fast computer software. And when students stepped up Saturday to receive degrees from UCLA, many thought of slain engineering professor William “Bill” Klug and vowed to build something great in his honor.


  18. Slain UCLA professor William Klug a devout Christian, beloved Little League coach and father of twoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    A memorial fund for slain UCLA professor William Klug had raised more than $33,000 through this morning for his family in El Segundo, a small, close-knit town where residents are still reeling from his death. Klug, a husband and father killed Wednesday in his engineering building office on the UCLA campus, was known as “Coach” in the Little League where he volunteered for several years and was recently named manager of the AAA Padres.


  19. UCLA student Mainak Sarkar is gunman in campus murder-suicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    The UCLA campus reopened today, with the university offering counseling to students and faculty distressed by Wednesday's shooting, as details began emerging about the fraught relationship between the engineering professor who was killed and the former graduate student who killed him, then himself. The man shot to death at the School of Engineering, later prompting the daylong closure of the entire campus, was identified -- initially by students and colleagues -- as 39-year-old William Scott Klug of El Segundo, a father of two and associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.


  20. UCLA student Mainak Sarkar is gunman in campus murder-suicide, sources sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Press-Telegram

    The UCLA campus will reopen today and counseling will be offered to students and faculty following a daylong closure prompted by the slaying of a professor at the School of Engineering, apparently by a graduate student, who then shot himself to death. The murder victim was identified by students and colleagues as 39-year- old William Scott Klug of El Segundo, a father of two and associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.


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