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District Attorney’s Office twice investigated potential domestic violence between Los Alamitos police captain and Westminster city clerk found dead in Seal Beach, no charges were filed

The Orange County District Attorney’s Office looked into two cases of potential domestic violence involving a Los Alamitos police captain and Westminster’s city clerk who were both found dead this week of apparent gunshot wounds in his Seal Beach apartment. Allegations could not be corroborated, said Michelle Van Der Linden, spokeswoman for the District Attorney’s […]

Savanna Football 2017: Schedule, Roster, Stats

SAVANNA FOOTBALL Coach: Tom Ricci League: Orange League Playoff division: Division 13 2016 record: 4-6 overall, 1-4 league 2017 SCHEDULE  (All games 7 p.m. unless noted) Date              Opponent                    Site Aug. 25          at Bassett       […]

Lakers meet with free-agent guard Ian Clark on Thursday

The Lakers continued their deliberative approach to free agency by pursuing point guards on one-year deals. The Lakers met with free-agent guard Ian Clark for 45 minutes on Thursday afternoon, according to a league source familiar with the situation.The Lakers have expressed interest in Clark in recent weeks for various reasons, but no offer was […]

Late 3-pointer helps Chicago Sky hand Sparks their first home loss of the season

Stefanie Dolson hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 13 seconds left and scored 15 points to help the Chicago Sky beat the Sparks 82-80 on Thursday for the Sparks' first home loss of the season.

Lane-splitting isn’t a license to cross solid, double yellow lines

Q. On the freeway, the carpool lane is often separated from other lanes by two sets of solid, double yellow lines with 10 to 20 inches between them. I cannot cross over these lines. But daily I see motorcycles using this area as their own lane, going past cars at an alarming speed. How can this be legal […]

Rep. Rohrabacher scrutinized for Russian connections; aide ousted

"Ed (Royce) and I have very serious differences of opinion in regards to Russia,"  Rohrabacher said.

Comic-Con 2017 cosplay photos: Who wore it best (or worst)?

Check out the best, worst and most creative costumes at San Diego Comic-Con 2017

Mesa Water board president stepping down

Mesa Water District Board President Ethan Temianka stepped down from the board of directors as of Wednesday, July, 19 to move to Columbus, Ohio where he plans to focus more on his real estate business there, the agency said in a statement. Temianka is president and CEO of real estate investment firm Patriarch Properties, which purchases homes […]

The Band Perry will bring new music and style to its headlining set at Pacific Amphitheatre

The sibling trio will perform new cuts off of its forthcoming third record, "My Bad Imagination," in Costa Mesa.

Aliso Viejo council OKs permit for children’s entertainment center

The Aliso Viejo City Council unanimously approved a conditional use permit on Wednesday, July 19 for Sugar Plum Parties, an entertainment center geared primarily at hosting parties for young girls. The project will be located at 27131 Aliso Creek Road, adjacent to 24 Hour Fitness, Domino’s Pizza and Namaste. The company often hosts parties for […]

Huntington Beach’s Brett Siciliano makes flags out of wood

“There’s no hating on the flag.” That’s been one of the main messages Brett Siciliano has taken away since he began fashioning American flags out of wood in recent months. It all started when the 48-year-old Huntington Beach Realtor had a coffee table in his house that he wanted to make a protective cover for. […]

Seal Beach resident to pay city $250,000 for 153 trees destroyed in park

Seal Beach resident Rocky Gentner has agreed to pay the city $250,000 to settle its lawsuit over the destruction of 153 trees in Gum Grove Park last year. On March 19, 2016, tree trimmers hired by Gentner mowed down the Brazilian pepper trees behind his home on Crestview Avenue, a residential street bordering the 11-acre […]

District Attorney talks human trafficking at Laguna Woods council meeting

Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas made a presentation about human trafficking to Laguna Woods City Council on Wednesday, July 19, discussing the prevalence of the crime in the county and how community awareness is vital to diminishing it. Rackauckas said that since the District Attorney’s Office created the Human Exploitation and Trafficking unit to […]

TStreet club team wins volleyball national championship

The Tstreet Volleyball Club’s 14-Carson team won 10 of its 11 matches to capture the 14 Open Division at the USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships, June 28, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The Irvine-based team earned the national crown after defeating TAV 14 Black (North Texas), 25-18, 25-16, in the gold-medal match. Tstreet opened tournament […]

J.J. Redick explains departure from Clippers, decision to sign with 76ers

J.J. Redick knew his days with the Clippers were numbered last summer, when they signed fellow shooting guards Jamal Crawford and Austin Rivers to new contracts. Lawrence Frank, the Clippers’ vice president of basketball operations, confirmed it during a phone call June 29. Redick explained his departure from the Clippers and his decision to sign […]

Horse racing: Arrogate arrives at Del Mar ready for the spotlight

Lady Luck was not on Del Mar’s side two summers ago when Triple Crown champion American Pharoah’s connections opted for the Haskell Invitational and Travers Stakes over a stakes schedule devoid of any big races for 3-year-olds on the dirt. All the four-leaf clovers and rabbit’s feet in the world were not going to keep […]

Orange County lifer Meryl Collman, a WWII veteran and Placentia grandmother, celebrates 100

Meryl Collman waxes poetic on a bygone era when deliverymen left groceries at her parents’ doorstep. Bread, milk, ice. “The iceman would even come in and put the ice in our icebox,” she recalled. Decades later, the Placentia 100-year-old still enjoys yesteryear’s conveniences. Only, instead of deliverymen, there are neighbors: Dale, who walks her newspaper […]

Rams Notes: Former Broncos GM Brian Xanders added to front office

The rebuilding of the Rams’ front office and coaching staff is nearly complete. The latest piece is Brian Xanders, the former Denver Broncos general manager who will join the Rams in a personnel role. The Rams are expected to explain Xanders’ specific role next week, at the start of training camp at UC Irvine, but […]

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