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'Actually I think our chances are higher because we're all rested,' says Anthony Davis as the Lakers resume their finals bid
LeBron James and JR Smith reunite after teaming up to win an NBA crown with the Cavaliers in 2016
Angel Casarrubias 'was detained last Wednesday in Mexico State,' says a federal government official, who asked to remain anonymous as the person does not have authorization to speak on the matter
(UPDATED) Many of the south and west US states where the virus is most rampant are where state leaders had pushed for early economic reopenings
Two of the country's 3 family detention centers have confirmed cases of the infection, district judge Dolly Gee says in her ruling on June 26
All of Angeles and Mabalacat police are subject to rapid and swab tests
'I can't imagine making any decision that might put my family's health and well-being at even the slightest risk,' says Lakers guard Avery Bradley
The head of the Rafael Lazatin Memorial Medical Center in Angeles says the vendor died before the result of his swab test came out
In the midst of a collapsing health system, desperate Caracas emergency services are increasingly looking to the 'Angeles de las vias (Angels of the Roads) NGO to fill the gap
Angel Locsin, Solenn Heussaff, and Anne Curtis greet the most important men in their lives
Not that Angel needs anyone's reassurance
An initial police report describes the patient's death as an apparent suicide but also says that the incident is still under 'further investigation.' The man died on the same day that he received his positive COVID-19 test result.
Questions are also raised following a similar death last month of another black man
The actress is tagged as 'proNPA' – which Senate President Tito Sotto subsequently 'liked'
Among the customers that failed to pay are the city government, the city engineer's office, the city's hall of justice, and at least 23 public primary and secondary schools
Angel Locsin's car, Anne Curtis' designer handbag, and other celebrities' items at coronavirus fundraiser
Liza Soberano, Vice Ganda, and Vhong Navarro are also selling some pre-loved items for the 'Shop and Share' fundraiser
Angeles City officials confiscate medicines and medical products with labels in Chinese characters
Is two months’ worth of 'load management' enough for some teams?
Angel takes the 'threat' lightly as she shares a screenshot of the tweet offering a '200 million' bounty for whoever manages to off her
Film and television productions in California have been shuttered since mid-March due to the pandemic.
The two actresses relaunch 'Shop & Share,' an initiative where celebrities can sell personal items for a good cause. This time, they'll be raising funds to purchase coronavirus test kits.
‘It's extremely difficult for me to try to understand how to talk to my son,’ says Howard
The dual three-peat runs cemented the Chicago Bulls’ legacy, but not without some tough challenge
Angeles City Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr says the LGU's coronavirus cases continue to rise. The city also recorded two new cases this week.
The director of the Department of Public Health of Los Angeles says the county's lockdown will remain in place under some form 'for the next 3 months' barring a 'dramatic change' in the battle against the virus
'As soon as it's safe we would like to finish our season. I'm ready and our team is ready,' says Lakers superstar LeBron James
'Announcing that L.A. is now the first major city in America to offer free COVID-19 testing to all residents,' Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tweets
Phil Jackson is the winningest coach in NBA history and the only coach to capture 3 straight titles thrice
The Lakers organization returns the money obtained from a US government program for smaller businesses to gain access
In her social media account, actress Angel Locsin posted a photo of test kits showing negative results on April 26
It's 'open hunting season' for cybercriminals as they attack our curiosity, our eagerness to get the latest news on the coronavirus, and even our willingness to help
Hoping to be heard, Holy Angel University students amplify calls to suspend online classes using the hashtag #HAUyokoNa
Angel's family and friends send her birthday cakes to mark her special day
'This is a way for us to extend assistance to the families of the City Hall frontline workers in order for them to cope with this trying time,' says Mayor Carmelo Lazatin
LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers says Kawhi Leonard and Paul George will be in stellar form after the league suspension
Rob Pelinka says the Lakers passed all the tests they faced in the regular season and hopes they could take the 'final exam'
After leading the Lakers to the playoffs for the first time in 7 years, LeBron James says he won't feel any 'closure' if the season doesn't resume
It is on top of the P5,000 cash assistance selected residents will receive from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) under the government's P200-billion Special Amelioration Program
Check out why Kobe Bryant, one of the most prolific superstars the NBA has ever seen, only bagged the league's highest individual honor once
Lakers and Nets players who tested positive for the virus, including superstar Kevin Durant, now show no symptoms of COVID-19
(2nd UPDATE) Interior Secretary Eduardo Año orders the 'immediate reopening' of the Philippine Rehabilitation Institute Medical Center (PRIMC), Angeles City's designated COVID-19 center
Michael and Angel tag team to help frontliners
The senator sparks public outrage for violating quarantine rules even as he experienced symptoms of coronavirus, which he later tested positive for
In reaching an agreement to buy the iconic Los Angeles Forum, the Clippers won’t have to share arena with the Lakers soon
The actress helps put up sleeping quarters needed by health workers and law enforcement in Taguig City
Mayor Carmelo 'Pogi' Lazatin, Jr. issues the statement after a photo supposedly showing a casket being taken out of a hospital's COVID-19 isolation room was posted on Facebook and circulated, sowing fear among Angeles residents
The number of NBA players and personnel who tested positive for COVID-19 jumps to 14
The Los Angeles Lakers are the last team that the Brooklyn Nets faced before the league was suspended due to the coronavirus
Strict border closures causes kilometer-long traffic jams into neighboring towns and cities
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Kyle Kuzma says hand sanitizers don't work and companies have been 'taking money' from people