The Los Angeles Clippers expect to enter into an agreement with the city of Inglewood to build a new basketball arena near the football facility.The Clippers' lease at Staples Center is ending in 2024. Sources tell NBC4 that is when the new stadium will be open for business.The team is in final negotiations now and an announcement is expected Thursday.This story is developing.Published 9 minutes ago
NBC4's Fred Roggin is a proud dad. His son Jack, No. 4, scored 30 points, made six 3-pointers, and helped Calabasas win the Miramonte League Title. Students rushed the court and carried him on their...
A lease agreement between the San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Rams was approved Wednesday by NFL owners, a necessary step if the team eventually decides to move back to LA. The terms of the agreement had been in place for months. Before moving back to LA after two decades in St.
@laplanck Actually there are many working for the premier media company. I'm hosting Curling for the 4th time, so this is not new. Like msny of the cable broadcasters I'm in Stamford Connecticut while also doing our daily stuff for @NBCLA
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