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Angels Notes: Mike Trout moving closer to a return to the lineup

ANAHEIM — The exact date of Mike Trout’s return to the Angels’ lineup remained a mystery Wednesday. He is getting closer to patrolling center field again. That much is certain. “He’s taking soft toss in the cage and he will take some live arm in the cage if things go well today with soft toss,” […]

Anaheim’s $1.7 billion budget for 2017-18 will add more police and enhance parks

Enhancing parks across the city, adding 10 more police officers and spending tens of millions of dollars to fix city streets highlights Anaheim’s $1.7 billion budget for 2017-18. The City Council on Tuesday, June 20, unanimously approved the spending plan, which covers from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. Day-to-day operations, such as staffing […]

Cartoons: Fake news

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.

‘Marvel Universe Live! Age of Heroes’ kicks off July 7 in Los Angeles

Athletes, aerialists, dancers, acrobats, stunt performers and parkour artists fill the shoes of over 25 Marvel characters.

UFC 214 adds Tyron Woodley vs. Demian Maia as third title fight July 29 at Honda Center

The card for UFC 214, already considered stacked by many MMA fans, keeps getting deeper and better. Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley confirmed Wednesday on Fox Sports 1 he will be defending his title against top-ranked Demian Maia on July 29 at Honda Center. Co-hosting “UFC Tonight” with former UFC fighter Kenny Florian, Woodley, 35, announced […]

Bugler passing the torch for Old Towne Orange’s weekly flag retreat ceremony

Matt LaBelle’s Wednesday nights have been about using 24 notes to honor sacrifice and duty. For four years, LaBelle has played “Taps” to close a weekly gathering of veterans. To his solemn military bugle call, the flag at the center of the Old Towne Orange traffic circle is lowered. The night is for the veterans […]

Paul gave his all, but it wasn’t enough

They shouldn’t have had Chris Paul in the first place. On Wednesday the Clippers donated him to Houston, their trophy case remarkably undisturbed. You know how NBA players say “The ball don’t lie” when the guy they didn’t really foul misses a foul shot. It’s an expression popularized by Rasheed Wallace, among others. Well, in […]

The Wedge broke his back, but that didn’t stop this surfer from returning to the wild wave

The last time Zachariah Zeiger was at the Wedge, he floated helplessly, unable to move until lifeguards and nearby bodysurfers plucked his body from the wild surf. Much has changed since the day of that fateful wipeout, Aug. 19 of last year. No one knew, then, if he’d be able to walk again. But now, Zeiger has […]

Laguna Woods appoints William ‘Joe’ Rainey to fill council vacancy

Laguna Woods City Council on Wednesday, June 28 appointed William “Joe” Rainey as the new member to the council, filling the vacant seat left by former Councilman Bert Hack after his resignation in May. Rainey, who has lived in Laguna Woods for 20 years and serves on the Village Management Services board, said that as […]

Girl Scouts removed 105 pounds of trash along Newport Beach section of water channel

Girl Scouts from various Orange County troops removed 105 pounds of trash from the Santa Ana-Dehli Channel in Newport Beach this past weekend in an effort to prevent pollution to nearby beaches. The cleanup was the first through the Adopt-A-Channel, a countywide program to remove trash and debris that could pollute waterways and the ocean. […]

Jared Leto sells Cahuenga Pass hideaway for $2.05M

That’s $50K over the asking price Actor and musician Jared Leto has sold one of his Los Angeles houses for $2.05 million—$51,000 over its $1.999 million asking price, Variety reports. The Cahuenga Pass pad dates back to in 1955 and was...Show More Summary

10 places to cool down during the hot summer at theme parks like Disneyland

What you really want on a scorching day is a dark, cool, still place to sit for a while. Here are the best attractions at local theme parks for summer relief.

Fullerton man who filed 245 false tax returns gets 21 months in prison

A 48-year-old Fullerton man was sentenced Wednesday, June 28, to 21 months in federal prison for falsely claiming to be a certified public accountant and preparing and filing numerous fraudulent income tax returns. Also, Michael Raymond Martinez claimed to be a former Internal Revenue Service agent, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Operating under dbusiness […]

Try a bowl at Neotsai Grill Teriyaki

The day I visited Neotsai Grill Teriyaki, the students from Marina High School were just getting out of school for the day. There was a line at this new little spot, and I joined the students waiting for bowls. The menu is simple. Just bowls filled with teriyaki chicken. spicy chicken, grilled orange chicken, teriyaki […]

New plans would bring 22 apartments to Highland Park’s York Boulevard

This isn’t the first time in recent years someone’s wanted to build here A vacant lot on Highland Park’s happening thoroughfare, York Boulevard, might finally see some action. Eastsider LA says a two-story building with 22 apartments,...Show More Summary

All-Star Classic brings some comfort to Brethren Christian group

COSTA MESA – As Nate Sagastume darted into his pass pattern, the early-evening sunlight framed a message jotted on his back plate, just below his practice jersey. The diminutive Brethren Christian wide receiver displayed the word “BELIEVE”, a faithful choice for a player whose trust in football could have been shaken by his team’s agonizing […]

Film crew shoots in Old Towne Orange, likely for “American Horror Story”

ORANGE – Word on the street is that scenes being filmed Wednesday, June 28, in the downtown Orange Plaza are for the critically acclaimed TV show “American Horror Story.” Officials for 20th Century Fox TV, the studio with a permit on file with the city to shoot all day Wednesday, would not confirm filming is […]

How Buffalo turned architectural heritage into an engine for reinvention

Visitors can marvel at architectural gems, see ace adaptive reuse, and drink beer brewed inside a grain silo During a visit to Buffalo, New York, last week, I was told that it was the easternmost Midwestern city. Which, based on a tour of its architecture and historic buildings, seemed like an accurate description. Show More Summary

Newport Beach beefing up enforcement of short-term rentals for summer

NEWPORT BEACH In anticipation of the large influx of visitors expected to visit Newport Beach this summer, city officials have taken steps to enforce the city’s short-term rental regulations. As of Tuesday, June 27, the city had recorded nearly 1,300 short-term rental permits. Most are located on the tourist hotspots of Balboa Island, Corona del […]

San Clemente, outlet center at odds over freeway-facing signs

SAN CLEMENTE The city and the Outlets at San Clemente are headed to court over the outlet center’s business signs facing I-5. Steve Craig, developer of the 52-acre outlet center at 101 W. Avenida Vista Hermosa, filed suit on April 28 after city staff said it would only approve six of 18 temporary banner signs […]

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