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February 3, 2010
'Lost' Where: ABC When: 9 p.m. Tuesdays Rating: TV-14-V (may be unsuitable for children under the age of 14 with an advisory for violence)
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 2014 | By Veronica Rocha
A cyclist whose right leg was partially amputated after he was struck by a hit-and-run driver near Griffith Park last year said he has a new mission in life. Damian Kevitt was left wounded, but he remains resilient as he works to shed light on a traffic-safety issue plaguing several Los Angeles County cities - hit-and-run collisions. "It's not only about me. An entire city is starting to galvanize around the idea that it's unacceptable to hit and run," he told Times Community News.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 2010
'Lost: The Final Journey' and series finale Where: ABC When: 7 and 9 p.m. Sunday Rating: TV-14-LV (may be unsuitable for children younger than 14, with advisories for coarse language and violence)
SPORTS
April 27, 2014 | Helene Elliott
DALLAS - Goaltender Jonas Hiller tried to make the best of the bad situation he had helped create through his shaky play in the last weeks of the regular season, but there were times uncertainty overtook him and despair crept in. He lost his starting job to rookie Frederik Andersen and for a while appeared to have dropped to third on the depth chart behind another rookie, John Gibson. He was the Ducks' forgotten man, left by the wayside as the Ducks forged to the top of the Western Conference and designated Andersen their playoff starter against the Dallas Stars.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 23, 2010 | By Maria Elena Fernandez, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
It's Daniel Dae Kim day over here on Show Tracker.  We know we already posted an item on his feelings about the "Hawaii Five-0" theme song. But now a little video has surfaced on YouTube that we think is of interest to "Lost" fans."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 2000
Re "For the Loser, a Sudden Lonely Silence," Nov. 6: Richard Nixon lost to JFK in 1960 and lost the governorship of California two years later to Pat Brown. However, he put it back together by 1968 and was elected president. So there are cases where the loser can become the winner. I might add that Nixon was ultimately a loser, since he got up to his dirty tricks with Watergate that forced his resignation in 1974. KENNETH JOYCE San Francisco
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 2010 | By Maria Elena Fernandez
"In a world of conflict and strife, there is but one fact we all can agree upon: Everybody loves Hugo." Last week's "Lost" episode began with that statement, as Hugo Reyes, also known as the lovable Hurley, accepted a Man of the Year award. As played by Jorge Garcia, Hurley is the sweet, emotional center of the "bizarro" island, the chicken-loving, numbers-plagued hero who has grown from follower to leader, always expressing what the audience is thinking. Garcia's funny, heartfelt and self-possessed performance made Hurley a fan favorite from the moment Oceanic 815 crashed on the island.
SPORTS
October 1, 1988
Jamelle should know better. Several months ago, Jamelle Holieway stated that Oklahoma would beat USC by a score of 28-7. He recently revised that to 28-14, but obviously he still didn't get it right. He didn't consider two things:one is that it doesn't pay to brag and tell everyone how bad you are going to beat your opponent;and secondly, he failed to realize the degree of skill and pride that Coach Larry Smith has instilled in the Trojans. I hope Holieway learned a lesson.
SPORTS
January 10, 1987
Did the wrong guy win the Heisman? HOWARD HERTY Los Angeles
SPORTS
June 7, 1986
I've read various versions of why the Lakers lost to the Houston Rockets this year in the playoffs, but the one reason I think they lost has not been mentioned. The Lakers' prowess on offense made them look much better than they really are--they are an offensive team at all positions. When it comes to defense, only Michael Cooper is what the whole team should be--tenacious. CHARLES R. GRAY Pasadena
NATIONAL
April 26, 2014 | By Steve Padilla
As one online commentator put it, "This is like discovering a UFO for gaming. " The writer was referring to the dusty scene captured in a YouTube video shot in the New Mexico desert, where makers of a film documentary began digging in a landfill in search of "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial," a failed Atari video game made more than a generation ago. "E.T. " was a great film, but the game was a bomb, flop, fiasco. On the bright side, its complete failure did produce a video game urban legend on a par with more mainstream legends like Bigfoot and the Jersey Devil.
BUSINESS
April 25, 2014 | By David Undercoffler
The Honda Fit was easily the best subcompact on the market - great fun to drive and a deft mix of efficiency, interior space and value. Then Honda discovered that fun doesn't sell. The newly redesigned 2015 Fit is still spacious, frugal and smartly engineered. But Honda - tired of seeing Fit sales lag behind those of the Chevy Sonic, Ford Fiesta and Hyundai Accent - has sucked out all the joy from the car's handling. PHOTOS: 2015 Honda Fit Honda's third generation of this four-door hatchback, marked as a 2015 model, started showing up in dealerships this month.
BUSINESS
April 24, 2014 | By Jim Puzzanghera and Meg James
WASHINGTON - Consumers could end up the losers in a high-stakes battle among regulators, broadband providers and online entertainment giants over access to the Internet's fastest speeds. A new proposal from the head of the Federal Communications Commission would allow network owners such as AT&T Inc. to levy extra charges on Netflix Inc. and other online video purveyors for speedier delivery of content. Those costs, consumer advocates said, ultimately would land on consumers' monthly bills.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 20, 2014 | By Gerrick D. Kennedy
For those lucky, or crazy, enough to take in both weekends of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, the biggest struggle is mapping out who you're going to see. Everyone's plan of attack seems to be different. Giving priority to acts missed the previous week is a safe plan. So is trotting over to something new that Weekend 1 critics, or friends, raved about. And don't forget those favorites from last week that you must catch again. COACHELLA 2014: A cynic's guide to terrible Coachella truths No matter the game plan, taking in all 166 acts on the bill is just an impossible feat -- no matter what substance, legal or otherwise, is providing the fuel.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 2014 | By Steven Zeitchik and Amy Kaufman
When the Cannes Film Festival announced its official 2014 selection Thursday, journalists and film fans immediately took notice of the most intriguing name on the list: Ryan Gosling. Gosling - that Oscar nominee, versatile talent, universally known movie star and all-around meme king - has accomplished many things in his years in the entertainment business.  But he had never had what is one of the global film world's highest honors - hearing one's name as part of the elite group of directors selected for Cannes.
OPINION
April 15, 2014 | By Jeff Bauman
It is a weekend for working around the house. My fiancee, Erin, and I have the baby's room to paint and some IKEA furniture to assemble. I roll out of bed early - 10:30 - and get into my wheelchair. Erin is already making coffee in the kitchen. "I started the first wall," she says. "I love that gray. " Erin never bugs me about sleeping late. For a few months after I was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, I often slept 15 hours a day. The doctors said my body needed to heal.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 2010 | Mary McNamara, TELEVISION CRITIC
Well, it could have been worse. It could have all been a dream. Actually, that might have been better, if the finale of "Lost" had ended with some alien life form or surprising human — Ray Bradbury, say, or Terry O'Quinn in a pre-audition nap — opening his eyes from the craziest dream ever. Instead, it turns out the passengers of Oceanic 815 are all dead, victims, if the end-credit imagery is to believed, of the same tragic plane accident that started the whole thing.
SPORTS
April 13, 2014 | By Mike Bresnahan
When: 6 PDT. Where: EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City. On the air: TV: TWC SportsNet, TWC Deportes; Radio: 710, 1330. Records: Lakers 25-54 through Saturday; Jazz 24-56. Record vs. Jazz: 1-2. Update: Utah has lost 15 of its last 17 games, the victories coming against Orlando by a point and New Orleans by four. Utah is 29th in the league in scoring, averaging only 94.4 points a game. Guard-forward Gordon Hayward is averaging 16.1 points, the only Jazz player averaging more than 14 a game.
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