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Residents help kick off Shop & Dine Week in Lake Forest

LAKE FOREST – Shop & Dine Week officially kicked off with an opening event at the Lake Forest Sports Park, which included entertainment, raffles and activities geared toward encouraging residents to check out Lake Forest’s many dining and service options this week. Shop & Dine Week, which runs through Sunday and wraps up with the 6th […]

Chargers sticking with kicker Younghoe Koo, for now

Undrafted kicker has made just one of four field-goal attempts this season.

CIF-SS football polls: Update for Week 4

The CIF-SS football polls for Week 4 of the high school season were released Monday, Sept. 18. FOOTBALL DIVISION 1 1. Mater Dei 2. St. John Bosco 3. Centennial/Corona 4. Orange Lutheran 5. Mission Viejo 6 Chaminade 7. JSerra 8. Santa Margarita 9. Long Beach Poly 10. Servite DIVISION 2 1. Upland 2. Valencia/Valencia 3. […]

Northwood boys water polo team tops top-ranked Sonora, 12-2

Northwood’s boys water polo team defeated Sonora, top-ranked in CIF Division 4, 12-2, last week to remain undefeated on the season with a 4-0 record. Northwood, with a strong defensive effort, had a 10-0 lead going into the fourth quarter. Max Abravanel led the Timberwolves with three goals in the match on Sept. 14. Seniors […]

Starbucks quietly raises Southern California prices up to 30 cents

Company operated Starbucks cafes have raised prices in Southern California anywhere from 10 to 30 cents a cup.

Bipartisanship: Cartoons

Check out our daily cartoon gallery featuring some of the best cartoonists from around the world, and across the political spectrum, covering current issues and figures.

How much trash did volunteers scoop up on California Coastal Cleanup Day?

More than 510,000 pounds of trash was plucked from the state’s beaches, ocean, rivers, parks, lakes and other areas as part of Saturday’s 33rd annual California Coastal Cleanup Day, according to early tallies. An additional 31,912 pounds of recyclables was collected by nearly 1,000 volunteer sites in 55 counties, the largest number of sites in […]

Irvine to host annual multicultural festival Saturday

Visitors can get a taste of various cultures from around the world at the 16th annual Irvine Global Village Festival on Saturday, Sept. 23. The event will have more than 100 live performances, international cuisine, kids crafts and activities, cultural and religious exhibits and an international marketplace. A variety of sample-sized servings of food will […]

Orange County defensive player of the week: Mission Viejo’s Olaijah Griffin

The Register’s Orange County football defensive player of the week. OLAIJAH GRIFFIN MISSION VIEJO The UCLA-committed cornerback returned an interception 57 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 6:36 left in the fourth quarter to lift Mission Viejo past rival Long Beach Poly, 12-7. Griffin also broke up several passes. “It’s a tough victory but a […]

Buena Park School District fills vacancy on board

Buena Park School District trustees have filled a board seat vacated by former president Brian Chambers, who in April was arrested on suspicion of trafficking child pornography. Chambers, who has pleaded not guilty and is due back in court Oct. 27, was removed as president by the board in May, and he resigned in August, […]

Who’s going to pay for California’s giant water tunnels? Bet you can guess

Households across the state might be compelled to help pay for plans to build two giant tunnels to carry water mainly to Central and Southern California.

Orange County football receiving leaders after Week 3

Orange County receiving leaders after the Week 3 games. Our O.C. leaderboards will be updated each Monday during the regular season. No. Name Yds Yds/G Yds/Rec Rec TD GP 1 Tyler Jones, Aliso Niguel 638 159.5 19.3 33 7 4 2 Ryan Cragun, St. Margaret’s 428 107.0 16.5 26 4 4 3 Ryan Romero, Whittier Christian 409 102.3 […]

Brian’s Banter, Week 4: Rushing offenses take center stage in Sunny Hills-Kennedy rematch

Game of the week Sunny Hills (3-0) vs. Kennedy (2-2) When: 7 p.m. Friday Where: Buena Park High Under third-year coach Pete Karavedas, Sunny Hills is 11-2 in preseason games, a testament to the program his coaching staff runs in the summer for kids seeking respect in the fall. That the Lancers scorch every September […]

IOC president insists corruption scandals won’t damage 2028 Olympics

Concerns have arisen about the unfolding corruption investigations and how they'll evolve in the 11 years before the Olympics come to Los Angeles.

Toys `R’ Us vendors cut shipments as retailer ponders bankruptcy

Toys 'R' Us has been in talks with lenders over a new loan that would allow the company to continue operating through bankruptcy proceedings.

Spice Girl Mel B’s LA restraining-order trial may be open to public

A judge said today he is inclined to keep open to the public most of the upcoming trial of Spice Girl Melanie Brown’s request for a domestic violence restraining order against her estranged husband, but that he may excuse spectators during some sensitive moments.

Richard Marx returns to Orange County with nothing more to prove

Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter Richard Marx will perform the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach summer concert series on Friday, Sept. 22.

UCLA defense hits reset after disappointing start

Mora points to injuries, youth for why Bruins are allowing 515.3 yards per game.

Pieology server fired for obscene anti-police note on Torrance officer’s receipt

A Torrance police officer’s receipt for pizza touched off a firestorm on social media Monday after it was revealed that his server typed an obscene message onto his bill.

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