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Opener a farce to be reckoned with for Serena Williams

They wanted to start the U.S. Open tennis tournament with a bang Monday night. Instead, they got the Clunker in Queens. Source: LA Times

Dodgers' Enrique Hernandez goes on DL because of strained hamstring

Enrique Hernandez was placed on the 15-day disabled list Monday, becoming the Dodgers’ third everyday player to be sidelined because of a strained hamstring. Source: LA Times

USC's Pat Haden gives background on his Steve Sarkisian decision

USC Athletic Director Pat Haden said Monday night that he consulted with medical professionals and trusted members of his staff before deciding a course of action for Steve Sarkisian after the Trojans coach’s embarrassing behavior at a preseason booster event. Source: LA Times

LAPD begins using body cameras as concerns linger

After nearly two years of fundraising, testing and crafting policy, the first Los Angeles police officers hit city streets Monday morning wearing chest-mounted body cameras. Source: LA Times

Apple may be planning move into original video content

Is Apple Inc. about to go Hollywood? Source: LA Times

Football: Norco-Rancho Cucamonga to be televised on Friday

The Inland Empire clash between Norco and Rancho Cucamonga will be televised on Prime Ticket on Friday night. Source: LA Times

2 dead after antique Ford car crashes into tree in Temple City

An antique Ford crashed into a tree in the San Gabriel Valley on Monday night, killing two people, authorities said. Source: LA Times

Palmdale man arrested on suspicion of abusing his family's dogs

A 22-year-old Palmdale man was arrested Monday on suspicion of abusing¬†his family’s dogs, including breaking one dog’s legs and injuring the neck of another, authorities said. Source: LA Times

Obama in Alaska: Climate-change deniers 'are on their own shrinking island'

President Obama started out persuasive Monday, patiently ticking off evidence of climate change during the first major speech of his three-day Alaska tour, but he ended up blunt, calling out “deniers” who would stand in the way of desperately needed change. Source: LA Times

With school not yet in session, football practice field is UCLA's classroom

UCLA’s football team has one clear advantage this time of year. Bruins players do not begin classes for the fall quarter until Sept. 21. Source: LA Times