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Art Leahy knows the difference between Metro and Metrolink and other Southern California transit secrets

Marking Metrolink's 25th anniversary, CEO Art Leahy talks about improvements he'd like to make to the commuter rail service.

Bonsignore: Chargers enjoy feeling of home-field advantage, however slight

The Broncos fans that had turned the StubHub Center into half a Mile High Stadium were hurriedly hitting the exits Sunday, feeling the powerful push to the backs being applied by the Chargers.

Alexander: Chargers defense helps quiet the opposing fans

The Chargers' defense played a key role in sending Denver Broncos' fans home unhappy, and early, Sunday at StubHub Center.

What’s next for UCLA football? The Washington Huskies

Coming off a critical road win, UCLA has to travel to Seattle to face No. 12 Washington.

What’s next for USC football? The Arizona State Sun Devils

Coming off a loss to the Notre Dame, the USC Trojans look to rebound in Pac-12 Conference play against Arizona State on the road.

Chris Wagner’s big hits no longer hidden in the basement

The big hits and hard checks that Chris Wagner has made a staple in his game for the Ducks didn’t just happen overnight. Nor was this simply the result of coach’s orders.

Clippers guard Milos Teodosic out indefinitely with left foot injury

Teodosic was injured late in the second quarter of the Clippers' 42-point victory Saturday over the Phoenix Suns at Staples Center. He stepped on the foot of Suns guard Devin Booker and tumbled to the court. X-rays taken during the game indicated there were no broken bones.

Astros, Dodgers try to bring back the 80s

They had some epic battles in the National League West, and now Houston and the Dodgers meet in the World Series

Rams show how much their defense has improved in shutting down Arizona Cardinals

The resurgent Rams defense has allowed only 39 points in 14 quarters, the high point coming with Sunday's 33-0 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. What's behind the improvement? Plus, news and notes.

‘Onward America’ protest at Laguna’s Main Beach expected to draw counter-protest

LAGUNA BEACH — About 100 protesters are expected to turn out at Main Beach Sunday night, Oct. 22 and gather at a sandy area near the boardwalk, police said. Organizer Johnny Benitez said protesters with Onward America, are rallying for greater transparency from the U.S. government about attacks on the Extortion 17 helicopter and American […]

Malta: Thousands rally; newspapers, citizens take up slain reporter’s message

Several thousand Maltese citizens rallied Sunday to honor an investigative journalist killed by a car bomb, but the prime minister and opposition leader who were chief targets of Daphne Caruana Galizia's reporting stayed away from the gathering.

Did firefighters mishandle Canyon Fire 2? An O.C. supervisor wants an investigation

Internal reports that the Orange County Fire Authority bungled its initial response to the Canyon Fire 2 are prompting Orange County Supervisor Shawn Nelson to ask colleagues for an independent investigation of the fire that burned 9,200 acres and destroyed or damaged nearly 60 homes.

Bishop Vann holds Mass and blesses future Lady of La Vang shrine site

GARDEN GROVE — Hundreds of Vietnamese Catholics visited the campus of Christ Cathedral Saturday, Oct. 21, to participate in a Mass and witness the Most Rev. Kevin Vann, Bishop of Orange, bless the site that will house a shrine for the Lady of La Vang. A Marian apparition that graced and blessed persecuted Catholics in […]

Democratic governor hopefuls face off in Anaheim, a stone’s throw from GOP conventions

All four took staunchly pro-union postures while calling for statewide universal healthcare and vowing to fight White House-backed efforts to crackdown on those in the country illegally.

Thousands gather in Costa Mesa to make strides against breast cancer

Coco Rubalcava joined in her first walk to fight cancer more than a decade ago to honor her son Marco, who overcame a brain tumor at just 10 years old. On Sunday, 26-year-old Marco Rubalcava and his siblings walked alongside their mom, who was diagnosed in July with breast cancer. “It makes me feel great […]

Chargers win third straight with 21-0 victory over Denver Broncos

After losing four straight to open their Los Angeles tenure, the Chargers have reeled off three straight victories — their longest winning streak since 2014.

NYC startup raised $11.7M hoping to take apartment renting process out of the Stone Age

TheGuarantors an innovative insurtech service provides renters that may not normally qualify with stringent guidelines with a rental lease guarantee that offers peace of mind for landlords. Continue reading NYC startup raised $11.7M hoping to take apartment renting process out of the Stone Age at Property Portal Watch.

Movoto Real Estate launches Las Vegas click-and-mortar brokerage

Movoto has a call center that filters out inquiries from parties who aren’t serious about buying or selling, which helps agents focus—no more chasing false leads. Continue reading Movoto Real Estate launches Las Vegas click-and-mortar brokerage at Property Portal Watch.

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