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Why rapper and fidget spinner icon Judi Dench is playing queen again in ‘Victoria & Abdul’

The legendary English actress is back as the legendary British queen in a newly discovered story about Victoria's relationship with an Indian subject.

Orange County football passing leaders after Week 3

Orange County passing leaders after the Week 3 games. Our O.C. leaderboards will be updated each Monday during the regular season. No. Name Yds Yds/G Comp Att Pct TD GP 1 Quinn Commans, Whittier Christian 1331 332.8 90 149.604 11 4 2 Cooper Jones, El Toro 1266 316.5 91 161.565 15 4 3 Anthony Munoz, Western […]

Crime log for Lake Forest, Sept. 6-12

SEPTEMBER 12 Disturbance: 9:29 a.m. 0 block of Bixby Suspicious person in a vehicle: 9:03 a.m. 21800 block of Pittsford Welfare check: 8:42 a.m. 21700 block of Rushford Drive Missing adult: 8:20 a.m. 24100 block of Larkwood Lane Petty theft: 12:22 a.m. Ridge Route Drive and Muirlands Blvd. SEPTEMBER 11 Drunken driving: 6:20 p.m. Jeronimo […]

LA-area engineer who loved Jason Bourne and James Bond is going to prison in Russian spy sting

A Culver City man who worked for a South Bay defense contractor was sentenced Monday to five years in prison for his guilty plea to economic espionage and violating the Arms Export Control Act by selling sensitive satellite information to a person he believed to be a Russian spy.

Volunteers rally for creek cleanup in Aliso Viejo

More than a dozen south Orange County volunteers congregated on Saturday, Sept. 16, in Aliso Viejo to clean up trash near Aliso Creek. Similar events were held throughout the state, including California Coastal Cleanup Day, which drew tens of thousands of volunteers who helped pick up about 100,000 pounds of trash.

A look back at Tustin history as the city celebrates its 90th birthday

When Tustin officially became a city in 1927, it was really just a small town. Streets were unpaved. Trees by far outnumbered residents. For years to come, the main industry would be orange farming. These photographs, some dating back to before Tustin was incorporated, capture a bygone era of a growing city that has managed […]

Orange to look deeper into city’s response to growing homeless population

In the wake of action taken by the county and Anaheim last week, the Orange City Council asked to see how their city might escalate its action in response to the increasingly controversial homeless population living along the Santa Ana River. The council meeting was held the same day the Orange County Board of Supervisors […]

Silverado wraps up summer concert series with Rod Stewart, The Cars tribute bands

SILVERADO – The Silverado-Modjeska Recreation and Parks District presented the final concert of its five-part summer series this past Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Silverado Community Center. The concert featured a pair of tribute bands, one performing covers of songs by Rod Stewart and the other by The Cars. The evening featured good food, free ice […]

Tustin resident Dorothy Hansen had a big heart for people in her life, especially children

Dorothy Hansen was a wake-up call for many a student at Hillview High in Tustin – and for their parents. Literally. Hansen, a longtime Tustin resident, served as attendance clerk at the continuation high school for 14 years. She rarely missed a day and always arrived on time, even as she faced her own difficulties […]

Hotter housing: Orange or Villa Park?

Where was the housing hotter this summer: Orange or Villa Park? Here are homebuying highlights for Orange and Villa Park from ReportsOnHousing for August. This house-hunting data tracks resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community. Analysis includes August trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; high […]

Tustin invites you to its 90th birthday bash in the park

Tustin will celebrate its big 90th birthday this weekend with a festival in the park. Rock out to the band Stone Soul. Bring your cooler with picnic goodies or grab a bite from one of the food trucks – including In-N-Out and Kogi. At noon, watch the Columbus Tustin bust reveal on Main Street and […]

Football recruiting: Mater Dei’s Mase Funa offered by USC, Washington on same day

It’s from a small sample size of four games but there hasn’t been a more impressive defensive player in Orange County so far than outside linebacker Mase Funa of Mater Dei. At 6-foot-3, 235-pounds, the junior has been delivering some of the hardest hits of the season, chasing down tackles all over the field and […]

‘Tip-A-Cop’ returns to Aliso Viejo

Aliso Viejo’s “Tip-A-Cop” returns to Romano’s Macaroni Grill on Thursday, Sept. 21. Personnel from Aliso Viejo Police Services will volunteer and collect tips for the Special Olympics. Officers will be working with staff and Special Olympics athletes at the annual event. If you go When: 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21 Where: Romano’s Macaroni […]

Orange County football schedule for Week 4 (Sept. 21-23)

The Orange County high school football schedule for Week 4 (Sept. 21-23). WEEK 4 FOOTBALL All games 7 p.m. unless noted Thursday, Sept. 21 Magnolia vs. Santiago at Garden Grove High Anaheim vs. Loara at Glover Stadium Santa Ana Valley vs. Santa Ana at Santa Ana Bowl Sonora at Bolsa Grande Sequoia vs. Orange at […]

Orange County high school schedule: Monday, Sept. 18

The Orange County high school schedule for Monday, Sept. 16. Girls golf Northwood at Laguna Beach, El Modena at Brea Olinda, capistrano Valley at El Toro, Yorba Linda at Foothill Girls tennis Western at Fullerton, Pacifica at Magnolia, Los Amigos at Segerstrom, Beckman at Fountain Valley, Foothill at Huntington Beach, Tarbut V torah at Valley […]

Job fair Thursday: Merchants at Outlets at San Clemente seek 1,500 seasonal hires

Some 75 south county businesses and Outlets at San Clemente merchants are looking to fill more than 1,500 full-time, part-time and seasonal positions.

5 new things you can expect at the Queen Mary’s Chill attraction

The Queen Mary is giving Chill a makeover and you can take a trip around the world without leaving Long Beach.

Play It Forward Sept. 18-24: Could Lasorda’s 90th birthday mark the Dodgers’ latest NL West title celebration?

The 10 best sports events on TV/radio this week. You're a better sports fan if you plan your calendar with these 10 in mind.

‘Chopped Jr.’ class teaches healthy cooking to young chefs

Middle school students interested in learning how to prepare healthy food can attend a seminar on Friday, Sept. 29. The “Chopped Jr.” class will show sixth- to eighth-grade students how to properly handle food and prepare snacks. Attendees must pre-register before Wednesday, Sept. 27. Cost is $10 per student. If you go When: 6:30 p.m. […]

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