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SPORTS
May 26, 2011 | Mark Heisler
From Chicago How you know it's past your bedtime: The young Bulls with 22-year-old MVP Derrick Rose played Miami even for all five games of the Eastern Conference finals, but the infamous Heat with two-time former MVP LeBron James out-finished them in four, the last Thursday's 83-80 come-from-behind victory, and that's all it takes in a best-of-seven series. Leading by 12, 3:02 from sending the series back to Miami, the Bulls gulped, Miami finished on an 18-3 run and it was summer in Chicago.
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SPORTS
January 5, 2010
at Miami 92, Atlanta 75: Dwyane Wade had 28 points and eight rebounds, Michael Beasley scored 20 of his 22 points in the first half and the Heat took control in the opening minutes and never let go. Miami snapped a losing streak at three games and moved to within 3 1/2 games of Atlanta for fourth place in the Eastern Conference. The Heat held Atlanta, which came in averaging 104.9 points, to a season-low scoring total, and outrebounded the Hawks, 52-30. New Orleans 91, at Utah 87: Chris Paul stole the ball and drove for a layup with 27 seconds left to help the Hornets end a late threat for their first victory in Salt Lake City in almost four years.
SPORTS
October 28, 2009 | SAM FARMER, ON THE NFL
Brett Favre will get the press. Aaron Rodgers will get the pressure. That's how it's looking for Sunday's game, when Minnesota plays at Green Bay and Favre makes his first return to Lambeau Field. When these teams played at the Metrodome in Week 4, Favre played brilliantly, throwing for 271 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Vikings to a 30-23 victory. Although Rodgers also looked exceptional, throwing for 384 yards and two touchdowns, he was harassed all night.
NEWS
July 11, 1988 | From United Press International
Temperatures soared through the 90s along the Atlantic Coast from Maine to Virginia today and farmers in the Midwest complained that overnight rains were "too little, too late" to save their corn crops. Forecasters in Boston, New York and Washington, D.C., warned of dangerous levels of heat and humidity as temperatures approached 100 degrees. At 1:05 p.m., the mercury hit 98 degrees in New York's Central Park, breaking the record high for the date originally set in 1911.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
More than 500,000 people flocked to Southern California beaches Saturday to escape an unseasonal heat wave and eye-stinging smog. Ocean temperatures--up to three degrees above normal--were luring people into the surf in large numbers. Lifeguards from Marina del Rey to Topanga State Beach reported 125 rescues. The temperature reached 93 degrees at the Los Angeles Civic Center, one degree short of the record high set in 1898, said the National Weather Service.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 2014 | By a Times staff writer
Forget April showers. Southern California will continue to experience warmer-than-normal temperatures for the next few days, with highs reaching the 90s in some areas. According to the National Weather Service, downtown L.A. is expected to hit 85 degrees Tuesday, with Pasadena, Palmdale and other locations getting into the low 90s. It will be even hotter in inland cities such as Palm Springs. Coastal cities will be in the mid-70s. The heat spike should end later this week.
BUSINESS
October 18, 2012 | By David Lazarus
CVS Caremark is feeling more heat. Join me at 3:15 p.m. PDT for a Google+ Hangout video chat about my latest column on CVS being investigated for allegedly refilling prescriptions and submitting claims to insurers without patients' approval. Another federal investigation has begun. I'll have information on that. Also, we've gotten our hands on more internal documents highlighting instructions given to CVS pharmacists about enrolling people in the company's automatic-refill program.
SPORTS
June 7, 2013 | By Houston Mitchell
We have finally found someone who can play Curly Neal if they ever make another movie about the Harlem Globetrotters: Tony Parker. Near the end of Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Heat on Thursday night, Parker's Spurs had a two-point lead and the ball. Parker then delivered one of the more remarkable plays in playoff history. Parker dribbled around what seemed like about 12 Heat defenders. He stumbled and fell to a knee as the Heat's LeBron James closed in, but kept his dribble.
SPORTS
March 14, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
The Miami Heat have won a season-high 20-straight games. At 49-14, the Heat have eclipsed the San Antonio Spurs with the best record in the NBA. Can they catch the all-time number of 33-straight wins set by the 1971-72 Lakers? "I'd say this is the most serious challenge we've had to our streak," Hall-of-Fame guard Gail Goodrich said to Chris Tomasson of Fox Sports Florida . "I think they'll make a very, very, very serious run at our record. They might even break it. They're head and shoulders over the rest of the NBA. Who's going to beat them?
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 1996
I could not help but laugh at all the hoopla surrounding "Ready for L.A. Riot, the Movie?" (Calendar, Feb. 20). Everyone from the film's producers to the executives at Showtime are speaking as though they are tackling incendiary issues that have never been tackled on film before. I would like to invite all of them to watch "Heat Wave," TNT's searing, insightful, award-winning and definitive film about Los Angeles' 1965 Watts riots. It is astonishing how the present-day questions, statements and prognostications about our beleaguered city are almost verbatim of those said by the writer, director and cast of the Turner piece, and this was two years before the 1992 riot.
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