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Arnold pushes Mission Viejo past Orange Lutheran, into Division 1 semifinals showdown

COSTA MESA – Akili Arnold picked a good time to have a great game. Arnold rushed for 313 yards and five touchdowns in Mission Viejo’s 48-35 win over Orange Lutheran on Friday in a CIF-SS Division 1 second-round playoff game at Orange Coast College. Mission Viejo (12-0) will play Mater Dei (12-0) in the semifinals […]

Daniels, Mater Dei use sharp attack to rout Long Beach Poly

LONG BEACH – Mater Dei and JT Daniels saved one of their best performances for rival Long Beach Poly in the second round of the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Friday. Daniels threw three touchdowns and ran for two more, including a spectacular leaping 4-yarder early in the fourth quarter, as the top-seeded Monarchs rolled past […]

Santa Ana dominates from start, crushes Godinez in rematch

SANTA ANA – Santa Ana suffered a loss at the hands of Godinez to start this football season. A more focused and aggressive Saints team showed up in the second round of the Division 12 CIF-SS playoffs on Friday night, and this time the Saints defeated Godinez 35-6 at Santa Ana Stadium. “Week one was […]

Lakers don’t give up the fight, but lose to Suns

Kyle Kuzma (30 points, 10 rebounds) and Brook Lopez (19 points, 10 rebounds) provide plenty of offense for Lakers on a night the young teams scuffle for the third time in as many meetings.

Don Lugo takes over in second half, knocks out Yorba Linda

YORBA LINDA – Rudy Garcia threw three touchdown passes and Khoury Bethley and Nico Lara each scored two touchdowns to lead Don Lugo of Chino to a 41-24 victory over Yorba Linda in a CIF-SS Division 7 second-round playoff game Friday at Yorba Linda High. The Conquistadores advance to next week’s semifinal and will play Burbank. […]

Jones, El Toro continue to sizzle in passing game, charge past Lompoc

LAKE FOREST – Big plays reigned supreme at El Toro High on Friday night, as Chargers quarterback Cooper Jones threw five touchdown passes for a second consecutive game in a 37-16 win over Lompoc in the second round of the CIF-SS Division 3 playoffs. Receivers Noah Aguilar, Austin Derrico and Shane McLaughlin routinely found space […]

Losing your pension? CalPERS wants to shift blame to cities

The nation’s largest state pension fund, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, still is reeling from bruising publicity it received after it slashed the pensions for workers in the tiny Sierra Nevada town of Loyalton (population 862) and in the now-defunct East San Gabriel Valley Human Services Consortium.

12 holiday gifts for every person in your life

’Tis the season The holidays are—eek—almost here. And with them comes the annual blitz of gift-buying and hygge-fying we’ve all come to know and dread love. Shopping for your finicky, fashionable best friend? Your discerning mother-in-law? Your effortlessly cool coworker? As always, Curbed has your back. Show More Summary

OCVarsity Photos: See the spectacular plays, thrilling moments from Friday’s football playoff games

Here are the photos of the great plays and thrilling moments from the Orange County high school football playoff games on Friday night, Nov. 17. To see all of the Register’s stories, scores and videos, go to the Register’s OCVarsity pages.  

Meet the RE Tech Founder: Andrew McConnell from

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with the co-founder and CEO of, Andrew McConnell. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the CEO of We are the largest marketplace in the world connecting real estate owners with short-term rental managers. Show More Summary

Orange County football scores and stats for Friday (11-17-17)

The scores and stats for the Orange County high school football games on Friday, Nov. 17. CIF-SS playoffs Second round DIVISION 1 Mater Dei vs. Long Beach Poly at Veterans Stadium Mission Viejo vs. Orange Lutheran Orange Coast College DIVISION 2 Oaks Christian 42, Edison 13 DIVISION 3 El Toro 37, Lompoc 16 DIVISION 4 […]

UC Irvine can’t survive slow start against stingy Kansas State

The Wildcats (3-0) hold the visiting Anteaters (2-2) to 29.6 percent shooting, including a 4-for-20 mark from 3-point range.

Californians don’t deserve a tax increase

Federal tax reform moved forward this past week in Washington. Good news for most of the country. Not so much for us here in California. Done right, it would have spurred economic growth, allowed Californians to keep more of their hard-earned paychecks, enabled Americans to better save for the future, and helped dig hard-working families […]

Before & After: Couple use their DIY chops to open up their gloomy Craftsman

Matt Gourley and Amanda Lund wanted their 1947 Craftsman house to feel like a curated time machine. Instead, it just felt old and bland. The DIY enthusiasts, both actors and podcast hosts, saw the potential of their three-bedroom Pasadena home when they purchased it in 2015. But the load-bearing...

'House of Cards' actress Molly Parker puts Echo Park bungalow up for sale

While her character works her way up Capitol Hill, “House of Cards” actress Molly Parker is looking to sell her home on an Echo Park hillside. The Emmy-nominated actress has listed the bungalow for $899,000. That’s quite an uptick from when she originally bought the home in 2004 for $577,000, property...

Quaint cabin on a Silver Lake walk street asking $639K

Built by prolific architect R.C. Ferguson in 1915 In his guidebook Secret Stairs, author Charles Fleming notes that Silver Lake’s Loma Vista stairway “might be the most delightful in the city.” And that’s where you’ll find this charming...Show More Summary

The Standard Hollywood opening a shop for fancy weed edibles in its lobby

The shop should open on the Sunset Strip in “early 2018” Weed edibles maker Lord Jones will open a shop in the Standard Hotel on the Sunset Strip to sell everything from delectable treats infused with THC to “topicals” like lotion, the Los Angeles Times reports. Show More Summary

New park opens on site of building burned in 1992 LA Uprising

A playground and fitness equipment instead of a vacant lot South LA’s Vermont Knolls neighborhood just opened its newest park, located at Vermont Avenue and 81st Street. That’s the site of a building that burned to the ground in theShow More Summary

Open thread: Los Angeles real estate agents are answering readers’ questions today

Post your questions in the comments! Welcome to Open Thread, where we pass the mic to readers to speak up about topics of interest, distress, horror, etc. Have something you want discussed? Let us know. Editor’s note: This chat is now closed! Thank you, Tara and Dominic, for spending time with our readers today. Show More Summary

Will ‘small-minded’ tax bill nudge the market? Not likely

Financial markets do react to changes in financial public policy. That’s a valid axiom. So, if markets do not move when new public policy arrives, does that mean that markets no longer care? Or that the particular new policy does not matter...

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