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Housing starts fall for second straight month

U.S. homebuilding fell in August as a rebound in the construction of single-family houses was offset by weakness in the volatile multifamily home segment.

Trump lawyer: Moscow Trump Tower 'solely a real estate deal'

The proposal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during his presidential election was "solely a real estate deal and nothing more," says Pres. Trump's lawyer.

Thanks, Apple: Real estate apps just got a huge AR boost

Apple released its newest operating system today and with it a promising frontier for real estate apps looking to offer augmented reality...

Houston homeowners 'begging' for help as the city has no workers to help fix homes

One contractor laments that as their phone keeps ringing, "You have to tell them it will likely be a couple years."

Los Angeles-based Diavolo dance company to defy gravity again on “America’s Got Talent” finale

The remaining 10 acts in Season 12 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” will perform Tuesday, Sept. 19, on the Dolby Theatre stage with the hope of gaining last-minute support from America’s TV audience. Diavolo, founded in 1992 by French choreographer Jacques Heim, is the only act from California, but there is no such thing as […]

Bowling benefit in Fountain Valley helps family remember a rare man with a rare disease

To his family, Matt Cwiertny was one in a million, and it was a one-in-a-million disease that took down the 24-year-old in October 2009. From the day the 22-year-old graphic artist walked into an emergency room with a common case of mononucleosis, to his death two years later from an extremely rare immune disorder, complicated by […]

Mission Viejo Rotarians give special needs children a day on the water

DANA POINT – Thirty special needs children were treated to a red-carpet ceremony and an afternoon of fishing fun as part of a Fish for Life event, hosted by the Mission Viejo Rotary Club, Sunday, Sept. 10. Following their red carpet entrance, children accompanied by their caretakers hopped aboard the Dana Pride for a day of […]

CIF-SS boys and girls cross country polls (9-18-17)

The CIF-SS polls for boys and girls cross country were released Monday, sept. 18.

What $6,800 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Rincon Hill to Russian Hill Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio is another person's townhouse?Show More Summary

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher makes headlines from coast to coast

Costa Mesa Congressman Dana Rohrabacher continues to make headlines far beyond the boundaries of his district, getting coverage this month in the San Francisco Chronicle after claiming the Charlottesville violence was part of a Democratic scheme and in the Wall Street Journal for being rebuffed in his effort to talk to President Donald Trump about […]

Man charged with hate crime for allegedly threatening to kill customers in Lake Forest hookah lounge

SANTA ANA – A man who authorities say has visible tattoos of white-supremacy symbols was charged with a hate crime on Tuesday for allegedly threatening to kill patrons at a Lake Forest hookah lounge. At about 9 p.m. on Friday, Andrew Alan Carruthers, 29, of Lake Forest allegedly walked into the BluFig Hookah Lounge and began […]

Accidental Talmudist comes to Downtown Disney to blow his shofar (ram’s horn) ahead of Rosh Hashanah

It wasn’t long before Salvador “Sal” Litvak realized a fact of life: You can’t just walk through security at Downtown Disney with a ram’s horn slung over your shoulder. “What’s that sir?” “It’s a shofar, an animal’s horn — a ram’s horn,” Litvak said. “Well, we don’t allow musical instruments inside, sir.” Litvak paused for […]

August housing starts confirm the shortage will rage on

After a promising series of starts and completions at the beginning of the summer, residential construction has begun to decline. This is an unwelcome piece of news for economists, real estate professionals and buyers alike...

Santa Ana homebuying up 13%: What you should know

Santa Ana homebuying heated up as pricing firmed in August. Here are highlights of ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for 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 and low price paid in the month; average cost per […]

SDG&E prepares to begin $381M substation project that San Juan Capistrano is suing to halt

Moving to San Juan Capistrano from San Clemente in 1998, Dan and Colleen Edwards selected a house with a spacious back yard where their son Parker, then 1, could grow up practicing sports. Next door was an electrical substation. But the neighborhood was quiet and peaceful. The Edwards said they could hold backyard Easter celebrations […]

OCVarsity notebook: University golfer Cabunag ties school record

University girls golfer Samantha Cabunag tied a school record Monday when she shot a 31 on the par-36 Strawberry Farms course. University defeated Irvine, 184-226. STRONG SHOWING BY MISSION VIEJO CROSS COUNTRY Mission Viejo’s boys cross country team finished second in the De La Salle Nike Invitational on Saturday. The Diablos’ Luis Chavez won the […]

Meet this week’s Rams opponent: San Francisco

Does Sean McVay have bad weather to credit for his job as head coach of the Rams? Probably not. So impressed were the Rams with McVay after their initial interview in early January that they didn’t want to lose out on him, and quickly brought him back for a second chat. But there still was […]

Old photos show the evolution of transportation in LA

From horse-drawn wagons to subway cars Angelenos spend a substantial amount of their lives traveling (or attempting to travel) from one place to another. Over the past three centuries of LA’s modern existence, we’ve used various modes...Show More Summary

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