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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Police kill man in stabbing rampage on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesA man suspected of stabbing three people was shot to death by Los Angeles police in a fast food restaurant in Hollywood officials said. The knife attack was reported about 2 p.m. near Sunset Boulevard and Ivar Avenue, said Sgt. Barry Montgomery, …LAPD officers fatally shoot man after stabbing rampage near CNN HollywoodLA […]

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City of Los Angeles Acquires Long-Sought-After ‘Crown Jewel’ – KCET

KCETOn Friday, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to approve the purchase of what Mayor Garcetti has called the “crown jewel” central to the revitalization of the L.A. River, the G2 parcel, a 42-acre post-industrial lot in Cypress Park … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Los Angeles Kings Return From Emotional All Star Break – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comGreene has been a part of both Stanley Cup winning squads during his tenure in Los Angeles, and if this signifies the last time he dons a Kings uniform, we thank him for all he’s done to help the franchise. While the Kings are dealing with all this … and more …read more From:: Los […]

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Neil Gorsuch Nominated By President Trump For The Supreme Court

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With Sheldon Adelson As Goldman Sachs Client, Oakland Raiders Deal Is Toast

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With Sheldon Adelson As Goldman Sachs Client, Oakland Raiders Deal Is Toast According to a source very close to the bond financing, because Las Vegas Sands is a Goldman Sachs client, and Sheldon Adelson is its CEO, and the Sands Organization is worth north of $50 billion, they don't want to upset a steady client over the Raiders matter. As for The Raiders and politics, the Oakland Raiders have burned the wrong bridges in Sin City and just by crossing Adelson. The Sands Founder and CEO hired 12 lobbyists to make deals with members of The Nevada Legislature. All of that went south because no one wants to piss off Sheldon Adelson. Also the deal was designed for an NFL, not necessarily the Raiders, my source told me. That is also true for the developer and the investor. The problem is all of this was assembled by Adelson - even if his name is not on the legislation, his photo might as well be next to it. Barring a miracle, the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas dream is dead. Stay tuned.
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With Las Vegas Sands As Goldman Sachs Client, Oakland Raiders Deal Is Toast

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Why Wyatt, why are you leaving us to play football at Ohio State? – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesYet, on Wednesday, first during a ceremony on the Bosco campus and later at an ESPN studio in Los Angeles, when Wyatt Davis is asked his college choice, he says he will answer … Ohio State. Ohio State? So, on a recent day under the shade of a large … and more …read […]

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LA set to decriminalize street vending to help protect immigrants from deportation – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesCity staffers say it could take months, however, for Los Angeles to work out all of the details and begin to hand out permits to vendors. In the meantime, vendors who ply their trade on city sidewalks could still be cited and fined for violating the … and more …read more From:: Los […]

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Benjamin Allbright Owes Zennie Abraham $500 On Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Bet

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Benjamin Allbright Owes Zennie Abraham $500 On Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Bet NFL reporter Benjamin Allbright was feeling his oats and taking bets that the Oakland Raiders were on the way to Las Vegas. So I bet him $500 that he was wrong. Now the Las Vegas deal has collapsed and Davis has left a lot of bad blood in Sin City. Staying in Oakland is his best choice and getting a new stadium. Meanwhile Ben can pay $500 to my PayPal account at zennie@sportsbusinesssims.com. Stay tuned.
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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out

Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out - Video

Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out ESPN and now NBC Bay Area are reporting that Goldman Sachs Investment Bankers are now out of the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Project. This after Sheldon Adelson announced he would stop negotiating with Mark Davis and The Raiders on Monday.
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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out

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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out ESPN and now NBC Bay Area are reporting that Goldman Sachs Investment Bankers are now out of the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Project. This after Sheldon Adelson announced he would stop negotiating with Mark Davis and The Raiders on Monday.
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Report: Derek Fisher’s five Los Angeles Lakers championship rings stolen – Yahoo Sports

Yahoo SportsDerek Fisher’s hoped-for chance at a little NBA normalcy appears to have gone out the window. The former Los Angeles Lakers championship guard and former New York Knicks head coach was allegedly the victim of a robbery on Monday morning, with … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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Los Angeles Lakers: D’Angelo Russell Could Soon Become Expendable – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comIf things play out a certain way during the 2017 NBA Draft, the Los Angeles Lakers could soon be forced to make a difficult decision regarding D’Angelo Russell’s future. Surprisingly, the Los Angeles Lakers may actually get to keep their 2017 NBA Draft … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google […]

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Sally Yeats Monday Night Massacre Hero Trump Fires AG

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Sally Yeats Monday Night Massacre Hero Trump Fires AG

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This week in LMU sports 1/31 – Los Angeles Loyolan (subscription)

Los Angeles Loyolan (subscription)The Lions played both ends of the spectrum of talent in the West Coast Conference (WCC) last week. They started their week off against the University of the Pacific who is tied for last place in the WCC. LMU barely pulled off the win as they won by six … …read more […]

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Despite heavy secrecy, portraits emerging of those detained at LAX under Trump order – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAfter a trip to Turkey to visit her ailing father, Mayasah Witwit returned to Los Angeles International Airport, eager to reunite with her husband and four children. Witwit and her family have made their home in Westminster since fleeing Iraq last year … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google […]

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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

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Adelson dumps Mark Davis. Did Davis learn his lesson? Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned. https://youtu.be/vgAhgEqAtXI
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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

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Adelson dumps Mark Davis. Did Davis learn his lesson? Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned. https://youtu.be/vgAhgEqAtXI
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NHL All-Star Game a success on many fronts for downtown Los Angeles – OCRegister

OCRegisterFrom an economic impact, the benefits for downtown Los Angeles playing host to the 2017 NHL All-Star Game and all its ancillary events spread across the 100-acre sports and entertainment district around Staples Center added up nicely. According to …All-Star weekend offers NHLers a chance for memories and memorabiliaSports IllustratedLess than 24 hours after leaving […]

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Sheldon Adelson exits deal to help fund stadium for NFL’s Raiders in Las Vegas – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesBillionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson abruptly pulled out of a deal to help fund a $1.9-billion stadium for the Oakland Raiders in Las Vegas and threw into question the financing behind the team’s possible relocation. Adelson, who had earlier … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Mudslide affects at least 3 homes in Hollywood Hills, taking down power lines, LA Fire Department says – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesFirefighters were responding Monday evening to the Hollywood Hills, where a mudslide affected at least three homes, authorities said. The mudslide was reported in the 8100 block of West Laurel View Drive, said Erik Scott, a spokesman for the Los … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned.
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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Stadium Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned.
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