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South Los Angeles Goes for the Gold in Hosting 2015 Special Olympics World Games
July 30, 2015
A record crowd of fans watched 6,500 athletes from 165 nations march into the Los Angeles Coliseum for the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics World Games on July 25. ... read more »
College Athlete and Wounded War Veteran Honored at ESPYS
July 22, 2015
Danielle Green earned the award through her perseverance in the face of adversity and selfless commitment to the United States, ... read more »
Devon Still accepts Espy Award for young daughter battling Sage IV Cancer
July 22, 2015
Devon Still accepts Espys Award for daughter preserving through stage IV cancer. ... read more »
NBA Players Vote for Peers in New Award Show
July 22, 2015
NBA players gather to reward each other. ... read more »
Special Olympics Brings Disability Awareness to Los Angeles
July 22, 2015
Organizations are using this event to stress the importance of disability care to the citizens of Los Angeles. ... read more »
Like Father, Like Son
July 22, 2015
Lakers Head Coach Byron Scott is proud to share his dream with his son, Lakers Assistant Coach Thomas Scott  ... read more »
Diverse and New Talent Highlighted at the Drew League
July 15, 2015
The Drew League is 42 years old and going into the tenth week of play. The professional-amateur league has 28 teams this year, players range from high school to professional athletes. ... read more »
The Houston Rockets Decide to Keep Patrick Beverley and Corey Brewer
July 15, 2015
As most expected, the Rockets decided to bring the band back together, signing Patrick Beverley and Corey Brewer to multi-year deals over the holiday weekend. ... read more »
Serena Williams Wins Wimbledon 2015 Championship, Making her the Oldest Female Grand Slam Winner
July 15, 2015
As of Saturday, Serena Williams is now the oldest women’s grand slam winner in the Open Era. Williams’s keeps stacking up her accomplishments, as if it wasn’t enough for her to be the oldest grand slam winner exceeding Martina Navratilova, Williams also achieved her goal of another “Serena Slam.” ... read more »
Serena Williams beats sister Venus Williams in the 2015 Wimbledon quarterfinals
July 8, 2015
This is one step closer to the second ‘Serena Slam’ of her career. ... read more »
Lakers Unable to Sign Aldridge, Clippers Regain Jordan
July 8, 2015
the Lakers faced tough losses and a stand-out center gave the Clippers a second chance. ... read more »
U.S. Makes History as 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Champions
July 8, 2015
Japan’s fate was written after U.S. women’s national team (USWNT) midfielder Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick -- punishing Japan’s defense ruthlessly ... read more »
Former NFL Player makes TV Series About His Brother
July 2, 2015
Fox Sports video editor and documentarian Byron Jackson had a passion for film recording. He used his filming skills to create a documentary series about his brother, ... read more »
Little League Star Mo’ne Davis meets Hank Aaron During a Civil Rights Movement Tour
July 2, 2015
After making history at the Little League World Series, pitching phenom Mo’ne Davis traveled to learn about her history. ... read more »
NFL Searches for Temporary Stadium in Los Angeles
July 2, 2015
The National Football League is conducting a search for a temporary stadium in the Los Angeles Area, it was reported. The league on June 25 began issuing proposal requests to multiple venues in Southern California, ... read more »
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