In a year when the pandemic changed everything, the return of baseball brings some life back into a community.
While March may well be synonymous with basketball madness, there is another reason to celebrate. It’s perhaps less known but vital to athlete health.
Reporter and Funko funatic, Tony Quach introduces his friend, Joey Bertrand to Funko Hollywood for the first time. A reunion between the two friends leads to a fun-filled day full of adventures and plenty of Funko Pops.
Leagues across the region are having to pivot or pause during the pandemic.
After a seven-month hiatus, the Pasadena Stars have returned to the baseball field under new restrictions.
Play-by-Play Broadcaster and USC Annenberg Alumnus Sam Farber offers insight on his path to sports broadcasting.
Juan Esteban Jimenez was up at 6 a.m. and on the hunt for Funko Pops. The latest releases of the tiny vinyl figurines would usually debut at the 2020 New York Comic Con, but the pandemic forced the event to be held virtually. So Jimenez took a two-hour train ride from Vancouver to Surrey, British Columbia to go to one of the retail outlets selling the new items. He arrived in plenty of time and took his place in the long line waiting in the rain for the store to open at 11 a.m.
Students are balancing how to go home for winter break and then return to campus safely for the spring semester.
Lakers fans said they understood why the parade had to be postponed, but look forward to celebrating the team's championship with the rest of Los Angeles.
Members of the Trojan Family reflected on their time at the university and its role in their lives.
Throughout the week, parents all across California are encouraging their kids to step away from their computers and logging off Zoom in an effort to protest virtual learning. Tony Quach wanted to know why these “Zoom-outs” are happening and the challenges parents have encountered with virtual learning.
Some parents and students across California argued that remote learning is detrimental to students' mental health and social skills, prompting Zoom Out protests.
Many students and faculty were unsurprised by USC's announcement that the remainder of the fall semester will be conducted remotely while plans for the spring semester remain in flux.
Tensions rose Monday night in South Los Angeles over the shooting of a Black bicyclist, as residents wondered what led Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies to stop and fatally shoot him.
The rise of anti-Asian discrimination has been the reality for the Asian American population in the United States for the past few months, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.