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Angels Notes: Teammates, coaches marvel after Andrelton Simmons makes dangerous play look easy

ANAHEIM — Andrelton Simmons produced another Andrelton Simmons Moment on Monday. This one happened so quickly, it was easy to miss. In the top of the third inning, Texas Rangers batter Robinson Chirinos struck a line drive to left field. The Angels’ left fielder, Cameron Maybin, tried hard to hold Chirinos to a single as […]

Man shot, killed by police in Encino believed to be suspect in murder, child abduction

A suspect shot by Los Angeles police officers Tuesday evening who later died from his injuries is believed to be the suspect in a murder and child abduction that took place in Santa Barbara County Monday, authorities said. The shooting happened about 6:45 p.m. in the 5500 block of Lindley Avenue near Killion Street in […]

Wolf: USC freshman class ready for immediate roles

LOS ANGELES — USC’s freshman class finally met the media Tuesday as they prepare for immediate roles when the Trojans play host to Western Michigan in the season opener on Sept. 2. Tailback Stephen Carr, the most impressive first-year skill player, might return the opening kickoff, a role not normally reserved for a 210-pound player. […]

Fryer and Albano file their San Joaquin League report

OCVarsity Kickoff 2017: The Register has put together its annual preview for the upcoming high school football season. In the coming days we’ll have previews online of every team and league in Orange County, plus much more, including our O.C. Hot 150 rankings of the top players in the county. For the league reports, we […]

UCLA prepares for move to shady Rose Bowl sideline

LOS ANGELES — To celebrate the end of training camp, UCLA  coach Jim Mora gave his players two days off. After 17 practices in 18 days, they welcomed the down time. With only a week and a half left until their season opener against Texas A&M, there might not be many other opportunities to rest. […]

Rangers at Angels: Wednesday game time, TV channel and starting pitchers

The Angels' Andrew Heaney will make his second start since returning from Tommy John surgery on Wednesday night, and the Rangers will counter with Andrew Cashner when the teams meet at Angel Stadium.

Whicker: Yusmeiro Petit gives Angels relief, searches for his own

ANAHEIM — The first airplane Yusmeiro Petit ever boarded took him to Williamsport. He was 12 years old, playing for Coquivacoa,which represented Venezuela. No Venezuelan team had ever won the Little League World Series, although teams from Maracaibo had been there. Petit was a backup second baseman, not a pitcher, back then, a little guy […]

Week 0 football schedule (Aug. 24-26)

The schedule for the Orange County high school football games Aug. 24-26. WEEK 0 THURSDAY, AUG. 24 Cypress vs. Woodbridge at Western High Pasadena at Buena Park Los Amigos vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda High Poinciana (Fla.) vs. Whittier Christian at Kissimmee, Fla., 6 p.m. FRIDAY, AUG. 25 Los Alamitos vs. Long Beach Poly […]

Dodgers overcome short start from Brock Stewart to beat Pirates, 8-5

PITTSBURGH — The Dodgers absorbed a five-run third inning by the Pittsburgh Pirates and went on to beat them, 8-5, Tuesday night. The Pirates drove Dodgers starter Brock Stewart from the game with that barrage in the third inning. Stewart was starting in place of Yu Darvish, who is on the DL with lower back […]

Police release photos of vehicle driven by suspected killers of Garden Grove man

GARDEN GROVE – Police on Tuesday, Aug. 22, released surveillance photos of a car they believe was used by two people linked to the killing of a Garden Grove man earlier this month. The photos were taken around 10 p.m. Aug. 6, in the parking lot of a Bank of America, at 13952 Brookhurst Street, shortly […]

Tuesday’s Orange County scores and stats

This is where you can find the scores and stats for the Orange County high school games Tuesday, Aug. 22. GIRLS GOLF Savanna 306, Bellflower 310 Medalist: Torres (S) 55 Yorba Linda 227, Orange Lutheran 237 Medalist: Zhang (OL) 38. (YL) Ko 42 California 288, Fullerton 295 Medalist: Guardado (F) Huntington Beach 220, Trabuco Hills […]

Cheerleading is starting school year as a CIF-regulated sport

Sweat drips on the mat. Industrial fans churn. The air inside the gym is stifling, suffocating. Several El Dorado High teammates complain of sore ankles – sprains, twists, jams – and one checks her nose for blood after catching an elbow and crashing to the floor. Welcome to hell week, cheerleading style. The world of […]

“No bubble” in Southern California, says luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers

Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers told Wall Street analysts it sees no bubble brewing in the Southern California housing markets. Toll CEO Douglas Yearly said on Tuesday, Aug. 22, during a conference call with the investment community that the region’s housing market is healthy and “there are really no signs of a bubble or of issues.” Yearly […]

Breitling air show seeks financial boost from city of Huntington Beach

Positive feedback from the public, patriotic pride and big thumbs ups from the government are great, but they don’t pay the bills. As a result, a year after launch, the “Breitling Huntington Beach Air Show” is in deep financial straits and scrambling to figure out how to cover a projected $350,000 shortfall as it prepares for its […]

Tuffy hits Wall Street to promote CSUF’s financial planning program

Three representatives of Cal State Fullerton were among those cheering as confetti spilled down July 18 at Nasdaq’s closing bell. Associate professor of finance David Nanigian, business administration senior Saba Afridi and Tuffy Titan...Show More Summary

How students can build on the asset of bilingualism — five questions with a Cal State Fullerton expert

California’s schoolrooms are filled with children speaking a lot of languages. The U.S. Census Bureau said in 2015 that 44 percent of the state’s residents over age 5 speak a language other than English at home. In the Los Angeles region, that number jumps to 54 percent. The state has struggled with how to educate […]

Summer days for these CSUF students were anything but lazy

If your peak summer accomplishment was cleaning off the patio furniture, you likely weren’t in a Cal State Fullerton summer program. Those students were rubbing elbows with members of Congress, mining genetic information to eradicate disease or helping schoolchildren handle snakes. While some students were taking classes on campus or traveling to other countries through […]

Santa Ana school district considering workforce agreement prioritizing its graduates, city residents, veterans

SANTA ANA – The Santa Ana Unified School District board on Wednesday, Aug. 23, will consider entering into a community workforce agreement requiring union labor on construction contracts, similar to an agreement the Santa Ana City Council approved last week. Santa Ana became the first city in Orange County to establish a citywide project labor […]

Top California public salaries go to coaches, doctors

The best-compensated public employee in California last year was UCLA football coach Jim Mora, who made $3.57 million according to new pay data for 2016 the state controller released Tuesday, Aug. 22. Mora, who has a 41-24 record in his first five seasons as the Bruins’ coach, signed a contract extension in June 2016 that […]

Get wrapped up in the perfect bath towel

Here’s one way to find the best bath towel: Buy a hand towel from every towelmaker you can think of and blind test them by feel. That’s what Chicago-based interior designer Alessandra Branca did years ago to find her favorite, the Bello by Sferra. “I think that’s something everyone should do,” she says — because […]

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