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Ducks goalie Ryan Miller praised after breaking John Vanbiesbrouck's record Ex-New York Rangers standout says “It’s awesome” to see mark fall after Sunday’s victory over the Washington Capitals.

5 top smart home trends seen at the Consumer Electronics Show HomeAdvisor sent a team to the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to check out the latest innovations. Here are five ways technology will impact the American home in 2019. Advances in artificial intelligence are making for seriously smart cameras.

Inside the Dodgers: The cautionary tale of Julio Urias There are good reasons to believe Urías will come back strong, including his performance in 10 games to end last season. If Urías was a big reason why pitching prospect rankings are being depressed, he can either validate or invalidate the idea that such a serious injury should downgrade the ranking of future pitching prospects.

And the Oscars Goes To… Oscar Week has arrived, which means that movie-obsessed fans near and far will be decorating for parties, donning clothes in support of their cinematic favorites, and basking in all of the exciting elements of the movie universe's biggest moment. But much nearer than "near and far," in terms of places that are close to the Dolby Theatre?

U.S. Car Buyers Could Face Higher Prices From Import Tariffs, Auto Industry Warns Automakers, car dealers and parts manufacturers have gone into high gear in a bid to derail the threat of new tariffs on foreign-made cars and car parts. The tariffs, they warn, could backfire, raising prices for U.S. consumers and sending the domestic automotive market into a tailspin, NBC News reported.

Angels owner Arte Moreno addresses team's payroll, stadium and GM Billy Eppler Moreno said the Angels plan to spend about 50 percent of their revenue on payroll, and he usually exceeds that. He also was encouraged about the progress of negotiations with the city over ballpark…

Cue the Nostalgia, a Weekend of Reliving Old Pinball Machines and Arcade Games is Ahead Pinball machine and arcade game lovers will return to their childhood memories next month at the three-day Arcade Expo 5.0 event at the Museum of Pinball in Riverside County. Nearly 3,500 attendees at the March 15-17 Banning event will enjoy over 1,000 classic games that date back to the 1960's.

NYPD: Fetus, Bloody Clothes Found Near School in Brooklyn Police are investigating after a human fetus was found near a school in Brooklyn on Monday morning. Authorities say a person walking their dog at Bradford Street and Linden Boulevard in East New York around 7 a.m. discovered the fetus alongside a white grocery bag of bloody clothing.

China accuses US of trying to block its tech development China's government on Monday accused the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging that Chinese mobile network gear poses a cybersecurity threat to countries rolling out new internet systems.

Daily News Girls Athlete of the Week: Alexis Whitfield, Chaminade Daily News Girls Athlete of the Week. Name: Alexis Whitfield. School: Chaminade. Sport: Basketball. Year: Junior. Noteworthy: Whitfield has been the catalyst for the Eagles' return to a second straight CIF Southern Section Division 1 title game this past week.

Rescuers Use Bare Hands and Shovels to Save a Horse Buried Up to Its Belly in Mud It took three hours, but determined volunteers and firefighters rescued a horse that was stuck in mud Saturday in Temecula. Volunteers with Sale Ranch Animal Sanctuary and members of the CAL FIRE Riverside County Fire Department scraped away with their bare hands and shovels to help Foxy, who was buried up to her belly.

Wilmington man shot by stray bullet from police shooting sues city of L.A., officers He heard gunfire that afternoon and got up to close the front door of his apartment about 25 yards away from the shootout on Fries Avenue and Opp Street when he realized he was struck. The 24-page lawsuit filed last month in U.S. District Court seeks damages on claims of civil rights violations, battery, negligence and false imprisonment.

San Pedro Bay ports at center of regional jobs, global trade Across Southern California, one in nine jobs is connected to the trade moving through our harbors. In raw numbers, that's about one million jobs in the region. That figure increases to three million jobs nationwide.

Purple & Bold: The NBA All-Star Game is even weirder than you think Editor's note: The following is from the Purple and Gold newsletter for Monday, Feb. 18, covering the Lakers and the NBA from beat writers Kyle Goon and Mirjam Swanson. To get the Purple and Bold newsletter in your inbox, sign up here.

Jussie Smollett Case: Clues Into Potential Motive Behind The Attack Empire” actor Jussie Smollett, upset after a racist letter sent to the show's studio didn’t get a “bigger reaction, ” is suspected of paying two men to attack him a week later, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge of the investigation.

South Bay History: Narbonne High baseball phenom becomes sport's first $100,000 bonus baby In a curious twist, Narbonne High School phenom Paul Pettit, though called a bonus baby, actually found a way to skirt the bonus rule when he signed for $100,000 in 1950. Pettit was born George William Paul Pettit on Nov. 29, 1931, in Los Angeles.

Off-Duty San Bernardino Deputy Killed In Chino Crash; Driver Arrested The driver of the BMW, 26-year-old Yijie Mao of Alhambra, was arrested at the scene on suspicious of being under the influence of marijuana and alcohol. He faces charges of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and driving under the influence causing injury.

Limited-Edition Selena Cups Are Going on Sale Stripes convenience stores in Texas and Louisiana will be selling three limited-edition Selena commemorative cups in honor of the The Queen of Tejano music. The first design called "Queen of Cumbia" features a black and white sketch of Selena with a blue, yellow and pink colored background.

Mike Trout sidesteps questions about his future as he opens spring training with the Angels Trout’s contract runs through 2020. He and owner Arte Moreno both refused to say whether negotiations of an extension have begun.

Win Tickets to Metric with Zoe at Hollywood Palladium We're giving away tickets Metric's upcoming Los Angeles tour date March 6 at the Hollywood Palladium! Supporting Metric at their Hollywood Palladium show are Zoe and July Talk. To win a pair of tickets to Metic at the Hollywood Palladium, enter the giveaway via Grimy Goods' Instagram!

Small plane makes 'gears up' emergency landing at Van Nuys Airport VAN NUYS - A pilot in a small aircraft suffered no injuries when he was forced to land his plane Monday at Van Nuys Airport.

19 Essential Filipino Restaurants in Los Angeles, 2019 Edition Some of LA’s best restaurants have gone Filipino.

Protesters Gather In Downtown LA Against Trump's National Emergency Declaration On Friday, the president announced that he was declaring a national emergency in an effort to secure funding for his plan to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. This came after Congress refused to approve the amount of border wall funding he was asking for in the new federal budget.

The Eater guide to Los Angeles restaurants and dining First-timers make it a point to hit Italian deli favorite Bay Cities for the iconic Godmother sandwich, while in-the-know types head to Jeremy Fox's Rustic Canyon, Bryant Ng's Cassia, or Dave Beran's hidden fine dining gem Dialogue.

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