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  1. Deadline closing in to cash unclaimed $63M lottery prizeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Daily Reporter

    With hours to go and $63 million on the line, the mystery remains: Where's the winning California Lottery ticket and why hasn't somebody cashed it? Lottery spokesman Alex Traverso said Wednesday that even he wants to know why the SuperLotto Plus winner let six months pass without claiming the prize. Whatever the reason, it won't be a good enough excuse if the 5 p.m. Thursday deadline passes and nobody produces the ticket at a lottery office.

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  2. Driving to Dodger Stadium? Take the new Vin Scully AvenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Daily Reporter

    A road leading to the ballpark is being renamed in honor of the famed announcer, who is set to begin his 67th season with the Dodgers. The 88-year-old Scully has said this is likely his last season behind the microphone.

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  3. Broadway hit 'Hamilton' to launch tour in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Daily Reporter

    The mega-hit Broadway show "Hamilton" will hit the road, with stops in San Francisco and Los Angeles planned for 2017. Producers said Tuesday that performances will begin in March at the SHN Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco and then at the Hollywood Pantages starting in August.

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  4. Woman killed in bus crash moved to US to be with sonsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 19 | Daily Reporter

    A Caltrans crew begins the clean up at the scene of a fatal bus accident Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016, in San Jose, Calif. The bus flipped on its side while traveling north on Highway 101, according to the San Jose Fire Department.

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  5. LA's NFL fans have unified hope, divided loyaltiesRead the original story

    Monday Jan 11 | Daily Reporter

    The NFL has never been closer to ending its 21-year absence from the city that staged the first Super Bowl and supported several teams in several leagues through several decades of professional football. Those teams all once played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, which could see the sport back on its 93-year-old field in August.

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  6. Playboy Mansion for sale but Hugh Hefner wants to stay putRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Daily Reporter

    Playboy Enterprise announced the West Los Angeles estate, the backdrop of many film shoots and wild parties, was listed on Monday for $200 million. The 5-acre property features 29 rooms, a game house, home theater, wine cellar and the famous swimming pool with a cave-like grotto where Playboy bunnies partied with celebrities.

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  7. Hollywood launches awards season amid rare rainstormsRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 9 | Daily Reporter

    A blustery bad boy is set to crash Hollywood's red carpets this awards season and he's already taking the town by storm. Shows like the Golden Globes are putting proper protection in place, while celebs, of course, will be stressing about how they look.

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  8. Los Angeles County prosecutors reject Cosby sex chargesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 6 | Daily Reporter

    In this Nov. 18, 2013 file photo, actor-comedian Bill Cosby poses for a portrait in New York. Los Angeles County prosecutors have declined to charge Cosby with sexually abusing two teenagers in 1965 and 2008, citing time limits and a lack of evidence.

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  9. Critics' Choice add 'Force Awakens' as best picture nomineeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    After announcing their nominees last week, the group's board of directors reconvened to add J.J. Abrams' acclaimed "Star Wars" sequel to their best picture category. Its members hadn't been able to see "The Force Awakens" before sending in their ballots.

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  10. Final curtain coming down on LA's giant Hollywood junkyardRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    It's not just a junkyard - or even a really big junkyard - but a living, breathing monument to Los Angeles pop culture. And now it's headed for the dustbin of history itself.

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  11. Tony-winning actress and TV soap star Patricia Elliott diesRead the original story

    Dec 21, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Patricia Elliott, who won a Tony Award on her Broadway debut, went on to star opposite David Bowie in "The Elephant Man" and spent 23 years aboard the TV soap opera "One Life to Live," has died. She was 77. Elliott, who was born in Gunnison, Colorado, made her Broadway debut as Countess Charlotte Malcolm in the original production of Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music" and won the Tony for best featured actress in 1973.

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  12. Emailed threats to NY, LA highlight worries schools faceRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    The nation's second-largest school district shut down Tuesday after a school board member received an emailed threat that raised fears of another attack like the deadly shooting in nearby San Bernardino. The threat turned out to be a hoax.

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  13. Sting regales Carnegie Hall crowd with old favoritesRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    In this image released by Carnegie Hall, Sting performs at a gala benefit at Carnegie Hall in New York on Monday, Dec. 14, 2015, accompanied by the powerful Orchestra of St. Lukea TMs, with many of his old classics arranged by conductor Rob Mathes, left. In this image released by Carnegie Hall, Sting performs at a gala benefit at Carnegie Hall in New York on Monday, Dec. 14, 2015, accompanied by the powerful Orchestra of St. Lukea TMs, with many of his old classics arranged by conductor Rob Mathes, left.

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  14. Hollywood preps for 'Star Wars' world premiereRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Hollywood is preparing for what could be the largest movie premiere in its history on Monday night when the hugely anticipated "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is screened for VIP audiences in three separate theaters amid tight security. At one of the Hollywood Boulevard location - the iconic TCL Chinese Theatre, where the first "Star Wars" premiered in 1977 - fans are already camped out this weekend, eagerly awaiting their turn when the film opens for regular folks next Friday.

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  15. Dance star Michael Flatley will hit the road a last timeRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    The trailblazing former "Riverdance" star said Thursday he and his farewell show, "Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games," will strike out on the road and hit such cities as Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas and Los Angeles after his stint ends on Broadway early next year. "We have heard requests from our fans across the country who could not make it to New York to bring the show to them and we have decided to do a small tour of the U.S.," Flatley said in a statement.

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  16. Alex Brightman is ready to rock on BroadwayRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    The actor-writer-comedian - who between gigs teaches young actors how to nail their next stage audition - plays the lead in the "School of Rock" musical at the Winter Garden Theatre, handpicked by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Brightman got the job largely by being himself, and that's what he imparts to others in "Alex Brightman Teaches You to Kick Auditions in the Ass."

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  17. Musical 'The Bridges of Madison County' hits the roadRead the original story

    Nov 27, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    "The Bridges of Madison County," with a superb score by Jason Robert Brown, starts an eight-month U.S. tour on Friday that features both a story about a lost soul mate and a chance at musical redemption. The Broadway show that sparked it - starring Kelli O'Hara and Steven Pasquale - closed after just 137 performances in 2014 but the show's staging and Brown's Tony Award-winning songs get another chance to soar.

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  18. 2 off-duty NYPD detectives subdue man in Hollywood stabbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    A man stabbed a Russian tourist on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in an unprovoked attack Wednesday before two off-duty New York police detectives intervened and likely saved the sightseer's life, police said. Using a large kitchen knife, a man in his 50s attacked a tourist in his late 20s who was in Hollywood with his family, said Officer Ricardo Hernandez, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department.

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  19. George Barris, creator of TV's original Batmobile, has diedRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    George Barris, the legendary custom car builder who created television's original Batmobile and helped define California's car culture with colorfully designed vehicles ranging from the stunningly beautiful to the simply outrageous, died Thursday. He was 89. Barris, who had been in declining health, died at his Los Angeles home with his family by his side, said Edward Lozzi, his longtime publicist and friend.

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  20. How did Camryn Manheim become fluent in ASL?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Actors usually have all sorts of special skills they've picked up along the way - sword-fighting, judo, a Scandinavian accent. Camryn Manheim has American Sign Language.

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