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Building more means a swamped market — and that's bad for developers and landlords. [Read More]
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Here are tips to keep from going bankrupt in the Magic Kingdom. [Read More]
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There was plenty for UCLA to like about their first win of the season, including five defensive takeaways that doubled the team's season total. [Read More]
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The festival is refunding parking charges and allowing Friday day pass holders to attend Saturday. [Read More]
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Festival-goers were urged to move away from the stage as a storm approached. [Read More]
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Drink 'Inception,' 'Pulp Fiction' inspired cocktails at ArcLight Cinemas series teaming with local bars. [Read More]
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Vote for this week's best high school athlete in Southern California. [Read More]
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Center Boss Tagaloa talks about how much more comfortable he's gotten at his new position after two games, what his family says about him moving... [Read More]
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The Press-Telegram football offensive player of the week:Name: Nick BilloupsSchool: St. AnthonyYear: JuniorNoteworthy: The Saints were desperate for a Del Rey League victory Friday night,... [Read More]
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The Press-Telegram's football defensive player of the week:Name: Emmanuel AfaSchool: Rancho DominguezYear: FreshmanNoteworthy: The Lobos are off to a 2-0 start in the Metro League and... [Read More]
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The Long Beach Press-Telegram football top 10 poll for Week 8 of the season.LONG BEACH TOP 101. St. John Bosco (7-0): Stanford-bound Kris Hutson returns... [Read More]
After Dorian Thompson-Robinson found Caleb Wilson for a 9-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter, the Bruins were within seven against No. 10 Washington. But... [Read More]
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The Braves will start Anibal Sanchez in Game 2, while the Dodgers will turn to longtime ace Clayton Kershaw. [Read More]
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UPS needs 12,000 workers while JCPenney's needs 1,000 seasonal workers in Southern California for the holiday shopping season. [Read More]
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