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SPORTS
March 20, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Angel Stadium was the site on Thursday afternoon for a Trinity League game between JSerra and Servite, and the atmosphere helped both teams perform as if they were in a CIF championship game. For six innings, JSerra freshman left-hander Jack Owen and Servite senior ace Ryan Alsworth threw shutouts. Owen struck out eight, walked one and allowed four hits. Alsworth retired nine consecutive batters, struck out six, walked none and allowed one hit. Then came the decisive seventh inning in a scoreless game.
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BUSINESS
March 20, 2014 | By Salvador Rodriguez
The Holy Grail screen protector can defend against key scratches, scissor stabs and five-foot drops, but do not use it to stop a bullet. The accessory, created by Seattle company Sir Lancelot's Armor , went on sale this week. The company boasts that the Holy Grail, made from "bulletproof" laminated tempered glass, is the perfect defense for tablet and smartphone users looking for protection for their device without giving up style points by purchasing a bulky case. The Holy Grail is available for numerous top-flight devices, ranging from Apple's latest iPhone and iPads to Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 2014 | By Jason Wells
Harrowing video of a man crossing railroad tracks on foot just before a speeding Bay Area commuter train goes rushing by is being touted by transit authorities as a very good example of what not to do. The video released by Caltrain, a c ommuter rail service between San Francisco and San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, shows a few pedestrians crossing the tracks at the  Sequoia station in Redwood City despite warning sirens and a flashing...
NATIONAL
March 19, 2014 | By Paresh Dave
The head of Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers had been uncompromising since early December,  when a judge ordered him to turn over some evidence. So uncompromising that he made a meal of evidence. But first some background: A defense attorney in Miami had wanted to read the tip given to Crime Stoppers that led to his client's arrest on suspicion of cocaine possession. The Crime Stoppers' boss, a former police chief, finally decided to follow a court order and brought in a printout of the anonymous tip last week.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2014 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Never fear! Christopher Walken is here to save a world in crisis - with an awesome dance mash-up cut to C&C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now). " Missing plane? Crimea? Affordable Care Act got you down? It's time to take a little break from reality and escape with the video above, starring the typically intense Walken busting more moves than we could imagine. The prolific actor appears to be a similiarly prolific dancer in the video compiled and in our opinion brilliantly edited by Huffington Post video editor Ben Craw . And a lot of the costumes are a hoot too. This isn't the first time a music video of the twinkle toes actor dancing has thrilled.
NATIONAL
March 19, 2014 | By Tina Susman
NEW YORK - A cleric who gave a rousing speech urging jihad against "Jews, Christians and America" after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks testified at his terrorism trial Wednesday that he was speaking for Muslims, not for Al Qaeda, even though he delivered his message while sitting beside Osama bin Laden outside his mountain hide-out in Afghanistan. Sulaiman abu Ghaith held the witness stand for about four hours after defense attorney Stanley Cohen surprised the courtroom by calling the defendant to testify on his own behalf - something Cohen said he had done only twice in his 30-year career.
SCIENCE
March 18, 2014 | By Deborah Netburn
In the video above, you can watch as a physicist learns that his theory of how the universe began was right after all - 30 years after he first proposed it.  His reaction moves from disbelief, to joy, to gratefulness, and I promise it will make you smile. The video comes to us courtesy of Stanford University's publicity department, which had the foresight to follow assistant professor of physics Chao-Lin Kuo as he delivered the good news to another physics professor, Andrei Linde, who first proposed his theory of "new inflation" in the early 1980s.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 2014 | By Adolfo Flores
An Oklahoma nonprofit that works with sex workers is holding a candlelight vigil for a 21-year-old woman whose naked body was found last week on a conveyor belt inside an Anaheim trash-sorting facility. Outreach workers with No Boundaries International, a nonprofit based in Edmond, Okla., said they had frequent contact with Jarrae Nykkole Estepp in Oklahoma City in 2012, when she was featured in several videos of street life posted on YouTube and elsewhere. The nonprofit planned to hold the vigil Monday evening.
SPORTS
March 17, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 With nine returning starters from a City Section Division I semifinalist team, Banning was expected to do well this season, and the Pilots sent a message on Monday night that they intend to be a title contender after a 3-2 victory over defending champion San Fernando. Juan Gallardo's three-run home run in the fifth inning wiped out a 2-0 deficit and enabled Banning (4-2) to inflict a rare defeat on All-City pitcher Alonzo Garcia, whose career record is 24-4. Justin Yanez, a junior pitcher, struck out 10 and allowed four hits.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 2014 | By Jason Song
The nearly two-minute UC Irvine video looks like an appeal to prospective students, featuring a montage of undergraduates walking around campus, dancing in classrooms and celebrating big basketball victories. But the target audience becomes obvious at the end, when 7-foot-6 freshman center Mamadou Ndiaye looks directly into the camera while towering over a cardboard cutout of Barack Obama and says: "Mr. President, we should play ball together. " The video is the latest and perhaps most visible attempt by a university to attract a high-profile graduation speaker.
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