San Pedro FIFA gamer becomes LA Galaxy’s first eSport athlete San Pedro native Giuseppe “the Godfather” Guastella, one of the world’s top EA Sports FIFA video game players, has become the Carson-based Los Angeles Galaxy’s first-ever eSports athlete. The 32-year-old will represent the Major League Soccer team in the newly established eMLS, a competitive league […]
Rams offense struggles in season-ending playoff loss to Atlanta Falcons LOS ANGELES — A bitter dessert, at the end of a memorable, 16-course meal. Fans turned out at the Coliseum like never before this season, ready to party, ready to send the Rams to the second round, ready to show that a young, brash team […]
The Chargers beat the Raiders on New Year’s Eve They played before mostly silver-and-black stands at StubHub Center on Sunday, but silenced the crowd with big plays in a 30-10 win.
Commercial marijuana businesses get a green light in Carson Carson opened its doors to commercial marijuana growing, testing and manufacturing during a special meeting Thursday. The City Council also approved licensing door-to-door delivery operations and added restrictions on personal-use cultivation allowed by the state beginning Jan. 1, requiring random home inspections. Council members stopped short […]
San Pedro crane mechanic shot while shielding his wife during Las Vegas mass shooting A San Pedro crane mechanic was shot in the back while protecting his wife at the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert in Las Vegas, where 59 people were killed and more than 500 injured in the most deadly mass shooting in […]
How San Pedro schools came through for Texas hurricane victims Boxes and boxes of donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas pulled out of San Pedro on Sunday, the efforts of a weeklong drive among schools in the Harbor Area. The amount of donations, said Lora Caudill, principal of Leland Elementary School in San […]
Swimmer who conquered Atlantic now plans to cross Pacific — and AltaSea will help Some are in awe at such a daring plan. Others? Well, they just think he’s crazy. But long-distance swimmer Ben Lecomte, 50, won’t be deterred in the dream that he’s dubbed “The Longest Swim.” “That’s fine,” he said of those who […]
For some Chargers, roster cutdown is a familiar routine They were both stars once, running backs who found themselves on college football’s biggest stages. Kenjon Barner, the All-American who scored five times in a game, and Andre Williams, the Heisman finalist who still owns one of the most productive rushing seasons in NCAA history. Now, they […]