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Former President Obama makes first public appearance since leaving White House

Former President Barack Obama is using his first public appearance since leaving office to talk with students about his experiences as a community organizer in Chicago and how that laid the foundation for his political career. Obama led a student panel Monday at the University of Chicago, where his presidential library is planned. He says […]

Clippers Notes: Llife without Blake Griffin starts with Game 4

SALT LAKE CITY – The news that the Clippers will be without Blake Griffin for the rest of the postseason rattled an organization that hoped to make one more shot at a deep run before Griffin and Chris Paul potentially explore free agency this summer. But Paul does not care to hear any speculation that […]

Steve Tyrell sets a new standard in Costa Mesa

Before he was a center-stage crooner, Steve Tyrell had more than 25 years of producing major song hits for popular artists and several movie soundtracks to his name, including collaborations with Rod Stewart, Linda Ronstadt, Diana Ross and Ray Charles. The Grammy Award-winning producer’s behind-the-scenes music career could have taken him right into retirement. His […]

High-speed rail still on wrong track

There are personnel and funding developments affecting the California high-speed rail project, but the plan’s outlook continues to be bleak — particularly for taxpayers. First came the news on Thursday that State Treasurer John Chiang’s office sold $1.2 billion in bonds for the project, the first bonds issued from the funding authorized by Proposition 1A, […]

How is Trump doing in his first 100 days?

On Sunday, Donald Trump will have been in office for 100 days, a time when political analysts traditionally give presidents their first round of formal assessments. How has President Trump done in his first 100 days? That’s our Question of the Week for readers. Trump has called a president’s performance in the first 100 days […]

Next governor will be key to moved-up primary

If any measure now before state lawmakers should be a no-brainer, it’s the bill aiming to move California’s presidential primary up into the third position during the next primary season in early 2020. If this comes off as sponsors plan, Californians would vote in mid-March less than three years from now, and have their votes […]

Letters: Politics of climate change

The story “Thousands rally as part of nationwide March for Science” [News, April 23] was properly placed under “Politics.” Galileo agreed that his findings were incorrect when his life was threatened. If the current climate scientists want to pay their mortgages and feed their families, they fall in line. The U.S. government alone paid $64 […]

Spring sports rankings: Orange County top 10s

Here are the Orange County top 10s for the spring sports for the week of April 24-30, 2017. BOYS TENNIS O.C. TOP 10 1. University 2. Los Alamitos 3. Woodbridge 4. Corona del Mar 5. Beckman 6. San Clemente 7. Northwood 8. Newport Harbor 9. Sage Hill 10. Dana Hills BOYS VOLLEYBALL O.C. TOP 10 […]

Matt Cain outduels Hyun-Jin Ryu as Giants beat Dodgers, 2-1

SAN FRANCISCO – The Dodgers-Giants rivalry has seen better days. They started this week’s four-game series both under.500, meeting as two losing teams for the first time since July 2013. Matt Cain and Hyun-Jin Ryu can relate. Both are trying to turn back the clock this season and recapture some – a full portion […]

Cal State Fullerton students take virtual field trips on their phones

Students walking around with their eyes on their phones might not be checking out Instagram or playing Pokémon Go. They could be on a field trip. A virtual one. And according to their professors, they are learning as much as they would sitting in a classroom and are more engaged by it. “In a class […]

Angels’ Jesse Chavez gets just enough run support to beat Blue Jays, 2-1

ANAHEIM — The Angels can wait for the offense as long as they can pitch like this. The Angels squeaked out a 2-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night, the first time this season the Angels won a game without scoring at least four runs. Jesse Chavez pitched six strong innings and […]

CIF-SS softball polls (4-24-17)

The CIF-SS softball polls released Monday, April 24, 2017. CIF-SOUTHERN SECTION SOFTBALL POLLS As selected by the CIF-SS Softball Advisory Committee DIVISION 1 1. Norco 2. Los Alamitos 3. Mater Dei 4. Orange Lutheran 5. Mission Viejo 6. Valencia/Valencia 7. La Habra 8. Huntington Beach 9. Pacifica 10. Santiago/Corona Others: Canyon, Chino Hills, Oaks Christian, […]

Garden Grove High coach arrested on suspicion of soliciting provocative photos from girl

A Garden Grove High School girls basketball coach has been arrested on suspicion of requesting provocative photos from a female student, authorities said Monday.

CIF-SS boys volleyball polls (4-24-17)

The CIF-SS boys volleyball polls released Monday, Arpil 24, 2017. CIF-SS BOYS VOLLEYBALL POLLS As selected by the CIF-SS Boys Volleyball Advisory Committee DIVISION 1 1. Oak Park 2. Loyola 3. Corona del Mar 4. Newport Harbor 5. Westlake 6. Mater Dei 7. Edison 8. Huntington Beach 9. Laguna Beach 10. Redondo Union Others: Beckman, […]

San Clemente High takes SSS state team surf title

For the second year in a row, San Clemente High School is the No. 1 Scholastic Surf Series team in California. The Tritons, who in March won the National Scholastic Surfing Association’s state team title, captured the SSS state team title in a competition held Saturday, April 22, at Oceanside. San Clemente collected state titles […]

Santa Ana interim manager returned to parks agency

SANTA ANA Four days after the Santa Ana police chief announced his resignation, the City Council in a special closed meeting Monday voted to return Acting City Manager Gerardo Mouet to his previous department head position and immediately identify candidates for the interim role. The decision to move Mouet – appointed acting city manager in […]

UCLA football prepares for live spring game

LOS ANGELES — From popcorn to live tackling, Jim Mora hopes to end UCLA’s month-long spring campaign with a bang. After getting through spring practices mostly injury-free, Mora has finalized the plans for a true spring game for Saturday’s Spring Showcase at Drake Stadium at 1 p.m. Every snap will be live, with the exception of special teams […]

Dodgers Notes: Team will go to six-man rotation with Julio Urias expected to join

SAN FRANCISCO – The Dodgers’ search for quality in their starting rotation will take a brief detour into quantity. The Dodgers will go to a six-man rotation for one turn this week with 20-year-old left-hander Julio Urias expected to make his 2017 major-league debut Thursday against the San Francisco Giants – a move the Dodgers […]

CIF-SS baseball polls (4-24-17)

The CIF-SS baseball polls released Monday, April 24, 2017. CIF-SS BASEBALL POLLS (Selected by the CIF-SS Baseball Advisory Committee) DIVISION 1 1. Huntington Beach 2. Harvard-Westlake 3. South Hills 4. Orange Lutheran 5. Valencia/Valencia 6. El Toro 7. Redlands East Valley 8. Chaminade 9. Corona 10. Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks DIVISION 2 1. St. John Bosco […]

Celebrate San Juan Capistrano’s heritage at Fiesta Days

The San Juan Capistrano Historical Society invites the public to Fiesta Days, a one-day celebration of the town’s heritage on Sunday, April 30. There will be Ballet Folklorico dancers, early California music performed by Frances Rios, a whaling exhibit, native American crafts, tortilla making, pinatas, food tasting and exhibits. IF YOU GO What: Fiesta Days […]

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