Coming Friday: It takes a grandma to help raise a sports reporter’s family

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In recent years, we’ve tried to take the annual occasion of Mother’s Day and spotlight some of the working moms in the sports media business.

ESPN’s Linda Cohn was one of the first we did a profile on years ago; Andrea Kremer, Chris McKendry, Alex Flanagan and Jeanie Zelasko have also been there, done that, juggled that assignment, read the script as told.

Colleen Dominguez, the ESPN L.A.-based reporter for the last seven years, has a new spin on raising her two kids, 19-year-old Anna and 21-year-old Peter. A single mom for the last 12 years, Colleen has managed to get her assignments done for work and work on her assignments as a parent with the huge help of her own mother, Haila Andrus, who lives nearby in Pasadena.

We caught up with Colleen this week at Dodger Stadium (crumpled shirt and all, for the guy on the left) and we’ve got more to tell on Friday …

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