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Opening Day 2015: Still little hope for a Dodgers TV deal

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| It’s the beginning of a fresh start for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Unfortunately, it’s the same old story for fans who still can’t watch most games on TV.

Bypassing voters, Inglewood approves NFL stadium (updated)

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Saying it was an opportunity too good to wait on, Inglewood’s City Council decided Tuesday night to approve a proposal for an 80,000-seat NFL stadium outright.

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Haden unsurprised by O'Bannon decision, but what's the decision?

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O'Bannon argued college players should be allowed to profit off their own likeness, but the judge's decision has left people scratching their heads.

Dodgers TV blackout a windfall for Angels

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The Angels scored their highest TV rating of the season Monday night against the Dodgers, and their second-best rating ever on Fox Sports

LA 'sports tax': $312 a year, whether you watch games or not?

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DirecTV CEO Mike White said L.A. subscribers could pay $312 a year for sports, if every team demanded terms as rich as the Dodgers and Lakers.

Time Warner willing to bring Dodgers channel to arbitration

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Frustrated you can’t watch the Dodgers on TV? So is Sherman Oaks Congressman Brad Sherman, who’s calling for Time Warner and DirecTV to go to binding arbitration.

'Toughest' race barred from Death Valley takes tougher route

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The 135-mile Badwater ultramarathon adopts a new route after the National Park Service halted permits for extreme sporting events in Death Valley.

Will second Stanley Cup win make LA a hockey town?

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The Kings have never been near the top of the list of LA’s most popular sports teams, but with their second Stanley Cup championship, could that change?