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Ducks lose Kevin Bieksa for Game 2 but could get back Sami Vatanen

ANAHEIM – Injuries continue to change the look and shape of the Ducks’ defense corps, with one regular not playing Game 2 of their best-of-7 second-round series against Edmonton and another potentially coming back in. Ducks coach Randy Carlyle ruled out Kevin Bieksa for Friday night’s contest. Bieksa left the game for good in the […]

Laguna Woods garden show cultivates creativity

Nearly 500 people came to Garden Club of Laguna Woods’ annual garden show at Clubhouse One on Wednesday for a day of art viewing, wine tasting and, of course, gardening. This year’s theme was Patio Gardening Around the World, featuring displays made by residents, including wreaths, garden arrangements, art decorations and miniature displays. “The categories […]

Stagecoach 2017: Photos of the performers and their fans on Friday

Here’s who performed Friday, April 28, at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival.

Trump’s first days in office in one chart

GETTING STARTED President Donald Trump emphasized during the campaign that he had a 100-day plan to make America great again. THE PRESIDENT’S 100 DAYS The president’s schedule usually has a daily intelligence briefing and meetings with cabinet members. The events listed in the scheduled time are only a partial list of the daily routine. Executive Orders […]

Whicker: Boxed in, Ducks are looking to play within the guidelines

ANAHEIM — If it’s the playoffs, we must be talking about penalties and officials. You can’t get through a series without it. It’s part of the by-laws. Before Friday night’s Game 2, Randy Carlyle was asked how long it usually took to judge whether the zebras are being lenient or strict with their penalty calls. […]

Yorba Linda celebrates its 50th year as a city with a series of events

Yorba Linda is kicking off its golden anniversary celebration next week. The “Land of Gracious Living” was incorporated Nov. 2, 1967 and since then has enjoyed growth and prosperity. “It’s a major milestone in the city so we want to commemorate and celebrate this special occasion,” said Management Analyst Allison Estes.  “It’s an exciting time […]

L.A.-O.C. homeownership: Best in 2 years but still 3rd worst nationally

In the L.A.-O.C. region, ownership hit 50.1 percent in the first quarter, the third worst share in the U.S. Census Bureau's quarterly tally of households living in a home they own in 75 large U.S. metro areas.

Trump loyalists lash out at reporting on polls

“U r an idiot.” Of 20 or so emails I received from Donald Trump supporters in the past week, this one from Michael J. Coldiron was the most concise. The story provoking the responses looked at a new Southern California poll — in which nearly half of the 800 respondents said the president was “making America […]

San Juan Capistrano-based Emerald Expositions raises $264M in IPO

The B2B trade show operator owned by Toronto-based Onex offered 15.5 million shares at $17. Its pre-IPO estimate had been $18-$20.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos visits site of San Bernardino school shooting

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is visiting North Park Elementary School Friday to offer her condolences and thank school staff for their response to the April 10 shooting there that left a special education teacher and student dead and another student wounded.

Plan for developing Packing House District approved by Placentia City Council

Placentia leaders have changed the rules for building in the downtown’s Packing House District to allow developers to create mixed-use and residential projects near the Metrolink station slated to open in 2020. “It’s a game changer, said City Administrator Damien Arrula. “There are a lot of things happening in this area that are both unique and very […]

El Toro Road closed in both directions due to possible explosive device in Mission Viejo

MISSION VIEJO – El Toro Road is closed in both directions at Glenn Ranch Road due to the discovery of a suspected explosive device just off the roadway, said Lt. Lane Lagaret, public information officer for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. A bomb squad is at the scene, Lagaret said, and there is no timetable for […]

Boxing: Wladimir Klitschko ready to face roar of young lion Anthony Joshua

Truth be told, Wladimir Klitschko just did not perform very well when he lost his three heavyweight championship belts to Tyson Fury via unanimous decision in November 2015 in Germany. Saturday, at age 41, Klitschko has the unenviable task of again trying to become champion when he challenges heavy-hitting Anthony Joshua of England for his […]

Trump tells NRA: ‘You have a true friend’ in White House

President Donald Trump reaffirmed his support for gun rights Friday, telling attendees of a National Rifle Association convention that "the eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms has come to a crashing end."

Four proposals for key downtown San Juan Capistrano site

  SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO The city is facing a pivotal downtown land-use decision, what to do with a prominent piece of public land that presently is home to Camino Real Playhouse and a 68-space public parking lot. It’s a gateway into town, one of the first things that visitors see when they get off I-5 […]

French Canadians dazzle with Gallic program in Costa Mesa

There were many French connections in the Pacific Symphony’s program on Thursday, though the relationships were a bit complicated, as guest conductor Jean-Marie Zeitouni pointed out in his opening remarks to the audience. He and pianist Louis Lortie are French Canadian. The second half of the evening featured two giants of French music, Claude Debussy […]

Costa Mesa unveils coyote management plan

As coyotes find their way into more urban areas of Orange County, cities are coping with how to address residents concerns and prevent attacks. In a public workshop Tuesday evening, April 25, Costa Mesa unveiled its coyote management plan, which is broken into three parts: public education, following laws that prohibit feeding wildlife and a balanced response […]

Newport Beach council opens doors for invocation speakers to talk about specific religions

NEWPORT BEACH Anyone wishing to lead an invocations before a City Council meeting can now refer to specific religions or religious figures. A unanimous council vote on Tuesday, April 25, softened a city policy that prohibited references to a specific religion, deity or sect during prayers. Mayor Kevin Muldoon said he was troubled when a rabbi was barred […]

Laguna Woods to cut programs in response to rising sheriff’s costs

As costs rise for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s contract, Laguna Woods City Council plans to cut program costs to its budget for the next two fiscal years. In the first of four discussions regarding the city’s budget on Wednesday, April 26, the council examined how the unexpected increase of deputy salary and benefit increases […]

Suspended Ryan Lochte to swim at Riverside Masters Meet

Suspended by USA Swimming, 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte will be competing in Riverside this weekend at the U.S. Masters Spring National Championships at the Riverside Aquatics Complex at Riverside City College.

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