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Samueli Foundation donates $30 million to UCI for new science, engineering building

IRVINE Henry and Susan Samueli through their foundation have donated $30 million more to UCI to help build a state-of-the-art science and engineering building that will produce large-scale innovative research, university officials announced Monday. Show More Summary

Poker tournament to raise funds for fishing trips for children with disabilities

Dana Point Harbor is the site for the 6th annual Texas Holdem poker fundraiser for “Fish for Life,” San Clemente resident Jim Holden’s charity that provides fishing trips for children with disabilities. There will be poker prizes, appetizers, opportunity drawings and a chance to play poker with former pro baseball and football celebrities from Chuck […]

Softball notes: Schedule loaded with important league matchups

The slate of softball action on Tuesday will be the most important and telling to date as five contests pit teams tied atop their league standings against one another, and a sixth contest has No. 1 Los Alamitos taking on No. 7 Huntington Beach for their second Sunset League meeting of the season. The showdown […]

Mission Viejo’s international festival will be a celebration of cultures

The La Paz International Festival returns to Mission Viejo from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 28 to bring together students, families and area residents to share the range of cultures and traditions in the community. The festival, in its sixth year, takes place at La Paz Intermediate School and will include local businesses, dance […]

Legislative proposal would help fund marine life rescue groups

Recent record numbers of reported sea lion strandings and whale entanglements off the California coast have prompted a state legislative proposal aimed at providing emergency funding to rescue networks that work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Show More Summary

Hundreds honored at annual Spirit of Volunteerism awards

ANAHEIM – Last year, Orange County benefited from more than 1 million hours of community service. Many of the volunteers who put in those hours were honored Monday, April 24, at OneOC’s annual Spirit of Volunteerism Awards luncheon. The gathering at Disneyland Hotel, attended by about 1,000 people, paid tribute to 375 individuals, families, groups […]

Orange County softball top 10 (4-24-17)

ORANGE COUNTY SOFTBALL TOP 10 1. Los Alamitos, 18-3 The Griffins can distance themselves from the rest of the Sunset League field with a win against No. 7 Huntington Beach on Tuesday night. 2. La Habra, 14-6 The Highlanders have put up at least 12 runs in each of their last three outings, outscoring Freeway […]

Dodgers place Joc Pederson on DL with groin injury

SAN FRANCISCO — The Dodgers have placed Joc Pederson on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right groin muscle. Pederson suffered the injury in the sixth inning of Sunday’s game when he lunged for first base while trying to beat out a ground ball against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In his place, outfielder Brett Eibner […]

Aliso Niguel takes three state surf titles, San Juan Hills one

The Scholastic Surf Series has named two South County high schools as No. 1 in the state in individual divisions at the 2017 SSS High School State Championships for inland surf teams. Aliso Niguel High School captured state titles in bodyboarding, men’s longboarding and women’s longboarding. San Juan Hills High School took the title for […]

Student videotaping OCC teacher’s anti-Trump comments spurs proposed whistleblower law

Inspired by the Trump-related controversy that dogged Orange Coast College, state Sen. John Moorlach has introduced legislation that would protect student whistle blowers who record instructors they suspect are breaking a law or rule. Show More Summary

Ducks Notes: Initial battle for the puck is an important one

ANAHEIM – In this age of analytics that measure a team’s puck possession and how that correlates with its effectiveness and overall success, just how much do faceoffs play into that? How much does winning them really matter? As the NHL’s best team in that area, the Ducks have no problem telling you how much […]

A 16-foot great white eats away ‘Scarlet,’ a dead whale miles from Dana Point’s shoreline

The 16-foot great white shark sank its sharp teeth into the whale’s bloated carcass, taking a few bites of her breakfast in the early morning hours Saturday about 14 miles off Dana Point. It took breaks between chomps, slipping into the ocean’s darkness for about 10 minutes before emerging for more. Shark tagger Keith Poe, […]

CSUF student explores how RuPaul slays ‘monsters’ in humanizing drag queens

There are people we turn into monsters. Cal State Fullerton student Michael Paramo wondered why. In particular, he wondered why so many in today’s society have such trouble with those whose appearance challenges traditional gender expectations that they respond by “monsterizing” them. Show More Summary

 CSUF professor honored for engaging students in research

Cal State Fullerton computer engineering professor Kiran George is this year’s recipient of the L. Donald Shields Excellence in Scholarship and Creativity Award. In a surprise visit April 13 to his class of senior computer engineering students, CSUF President Mildred García announced George’s selection. Since he joined the Cal State Fullerton faculty in 2007, George […]

New Kings coach John Stevens stresses need for an up-tempo game

LOS ANGELES — Rob Blake, the Kings’ new general manager, wished to make one thing clear Monday while introducing John Stevens as the 27th coach in franchise history. Blake had a few other points to make during a news conference at Staples Center, too. But one loomed above the rest. “There was literally no search,” […]

Orange County baseball top 10 (4-24-17)

ORANGE COUNTY BASEBALL TOP 10 (The Register’s top 10 is from a poll of five media members.) 1. Huntington Beach 20-3 overall record (50 poll points) Oilers won Boras Classic’s South Region championship, and beat Newport Harbor in a Sunset League game. 2. Orange Lutheran 15-5 (45) Lancers finished third in Boras Classic with 3-1 […]

Baseball athlete of the week: Hagen Danner, Huntington Beach

BASEBALL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK HAGEN DANNER HUNTINGTON BEACH He was named tournament MVP and helped the Oilers win the Boras Classic South Region title. Danner hit two home runs with four RBI. In one pitching appearance, he held state-ranked Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks to one hit and two walks over six innings and […]

New holiday-themed shop opens in Fantasyland at Disneyland

Where family crests and swords used to be sold, is now the site for holiday decorations and more. The Castle Holiday Shoppe is now for business in Fantasyland at Disneyland. It opened up on Saturday, April 23, 2017. Its offer The new shop is in the location where the Castle Heraldry Shoppe once was, just […]

Whicker: Kings put John Stevens in charge of a course correction

LOS ANGELES – Nine years ago there was no more celebrated coach than John Stevens. His Philadelphia Flyers had shaken off the debris of a rough season, won seven of their final 10, and grabbed the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. They stunned the heavily-favored Washington Capitals by taking a 3-1 lead. […]

Girls track and field athlete of the week: Emily Garner, Woodbridge

GIRLS ATHLETE OF THE WEEK EMILY GARNER WOODBRIDGE Garner won the triple jump and high jump at the Orange County Championships. She won triple jump at 38 feet, 1.5 inches, and high jump at 5-6. O.C. GIRLS TOP 10 1. Santa Margarita 2. Woodbridge 3. Trabuco Hills 4. Mission Viejo 5. Los Alamitos 6. Mater […]

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