They were minor league in name only. Bing Crosby and Gene Autry owned pieces of the team. So did Cecil B. The team president for a time was Bob Cobb, the restaurateur who lent his name to the Cobb salad. Minor league teams sell fun and affordability rather than the promise of victory, a pitch traditionally regarded as best suited for small towns, where the options for family entertainment tend to be limited. In recent years, as major league ticket prices have skyrocketed, minor league teams have staked out a successful niche on the fringes of urban areas, in the shadows of such baseball behemoths as the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees.
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The Los Angeles school district has focused in recent years on boosting high-school graduation rates and sending more students to college. This month, it has taken a big step by having all juniors take the SAT, a standardized college admissions test, on a school day, for free. About 4 in 5 L. Unified students are minorities from low-income families. Many would be the first in their families to attend, or graduate from, college. Getting to unfamiliar testing sites on Saturdays also posed transportation challenges for many.
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Firefighters found a body Wednesday evening inside a burning container in the San Fernando Valley, authorities said. The Los Angeles Fire Department said in a statement that firefighters responded to a rubbish fire burning inside a foot-byfoot container near the intersection of North Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Raymer Street. After putting out the flames, the firefighters found the body inside the container, the Fire Department said. The remains were not immediately identified. This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.