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At 305 feet tall and with speeds reaching 90 mph, Intimidator 305 is one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. At 305 feet tall and with speeds reaching 90 mph, Intimidator 305 is one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. Comment?
Los Angeles City Section runner-up at Woodland Hills Taft High, national champion at USC and Super Bowl champion with the New York Giants, receiver Steve Smith has experienced sports competition at its highest level since his teenage years. He caught 107 passes in a season for the Giants. Comment?
It looked ominous, a tall column of swirling dust that descended from the sky. But the tornado that skittered through Taft, Calif., just before noon Monday passed through town with little or no damage. Comment?
Container ships wait outside the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Feb. 14. Ships are steadily backing up off the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, as the nation's busiest complex remains largely shut down amid a labor dispute. On Monday, there were 33 vessels anchored off the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, unable to dock, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California. Comment?
Each year, about 40% of the containers that come into the U.S. - filled with TVs, iPhones and clothes - passes through the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, making them the busiest in the nation and an economic engine for the Southland. Now, after months of crushing congestion that has left the Long Beach coast cluttered with cargo ships waiting to unload, the ports, and 27 others along the West Coast, may be on the verge of shutting down, potentially imperiling the nation's trade with Asia and putting a dent into the regional economy. Comment?
But it's about using it." -- My Q&A in @latimes w/Cuban artist Tania Bruguera http://t.co/Sd8hpbuKRX Ana Lily Amirpour's debut feature, "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," is an Iranian vampire Western starring Sheila Vand. Comment?
Container ships just outside the Angels Gate entrance to the Port of Los Angeles can be seen from Point Fermin Park. For U.S. imported products, about 40% sail through the sprawling harbors in San Pedro Bay. Comment?
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