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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 […]

Tips to help teens build a healthy body image

Today’s teenagers are inundated with messages in the media that show thinness as the ideal, from advertisements in magazines to commercials on television. Unfortunately, these computer-enhanced ads are often directed toward young people, and, as a result, many teens form a mental image of what they think their body should look like that is impossible […]

Buena Park starts teardown of temporary homeless shelter at First Southern Baptist Church

BUENA PARK – The city on Monday removed the first of five welded-together trailers that have housed homeless for nearly 20 years at First Southern Baptist Church. City officials expect the other four to be separated and hauled away to a salvage yard over the next two days. The tear down is the culmination of a months-long […]

Well checks don’t guarantee that all is well

Although a child, teen or adult may pass an annual well check, it doesn’t mean all is well. Well checks often don’t look at inflammation in the body, which can be chronic in many patients. Inflammation is key to understanding the connection between nutrition and health, including oral and whole-body health. Many patients don’t realize […]

Sage Hill’s Chona pitches fourth no-hitter of the season

Ashwin Chona, who set a CIF-Southern Section baseball record with three consecutive no-hitters this season, pitched his fourth of the year Friday, April 21, in Sage Hill’s 12-0 nonleague victory over Animo Leadership at Sage Hill. The sophomore left-hander struck out 12 and walked one in the seven-inning contest. Chona is 6-0 and Sage Hill […]

Titans basketball coach Dedrique Taylor optimistic about team’s future

Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball coach Dedrique Taylor agreed to a three-year contract extension with an option for a fourth year with criteria, Athletics Director Jim Donovan announced on April 11. During his four-year tenure, Taylor has turned the Titans into a competitive force in the Big West Conference. During 2016-17, he led the team […]

Boys track and field athlete of the week: Jack Landgraf, Dana Hills

BOYS ATHLETE OF THE WEEK JACK LANDGRAF DANA HILLS Landgraf won the 1,600 meters and 3,200 at the O.C. Championships to be named boys distance athlete of the meet. He won the 1,600 in 4:18.55 and 3,200 in 9:27.21 O.C. BOYS TOP 10 1. Trabuco Hills 2. Los Alamitos 3. Mission Viejo 4. Servite 5. […]

On deck: A’s at Angels, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

A’s at ANGELS When: Tuesday, 7 p.m. Where: Angel Stadium TV: Fox Sports West THE PITCHERS ANGELS RHP J.C. RAMIREZ (2-2, 6.46) vs. A’s: 2-1, 4.76 At Angel Stadium: 3-1, 3.12 Hates to face: None Loves to face: None A’s RHP JESSE HAHN (1-1, 3.00) vs. Angels: 1-0, 4.86 At Angel Stadium: 0-0, 11.25 Hates […]

Tips for training your puppy or kitten

Help your kittens or puppies adjust to home life. Puppies and kittens are adorable, but as with human babies, they require extra care. “Kittens, of course, are playful … but they’re a lot more work (than cats),” says Carolyn Caverly, a foster mom for Orange County-area cat rescue MeoowzResQ. She’s been fostering kittens from 3 […]

Silver Lake Reservoir will start to refill tomorrow

It’s been empty for almost two years City officials will begin the process of refilling the Silver Lake Reservoir Tuesday, nearly two years after the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power emptied it back in the summer of 2015. The...Show More Summary

Orange County electric vehicle pioneer fuels passion for Irvine students

Chip Yates turned his life around at 36 years old, when he was overweight and working a cubicle job he hated. He would follow his heart and chase a childhood dream he had forgotten about: Becoming a motorcycle racer. Within two years, he lost 50 pounds and was competing against much younger top riders in the World Superbike Championship. He […]

Adoree’ Jackson Hopes To Break Into First Round Of Draft

By Scott Wolf Daily News LOS ANGELES >> Usually, when a college football player is considered a first-or-second round draft choice, he spends all winter and spring working out with personal trainers and focuses solely on his pro career. But on most Tuesday nights at USC during the start of the spring semester, cornerback Adoree’ […]

Fryer on baseball: Sage Hill more than just excellent pitching

Sage Hill’s pitching has been superb, with Ashwin Chona having thrown four no-hitters this season and teammate Brett Super having thrown two. The Lightning offense is doing fine, too. Sage Hill has scored 166 runs over 21 games, an average of eight runs a game. The team batting average is.331. Super is living up […]

Clippers’ Doc Rivers: Chris Paul is doing his job, but teammates need to step up

Chris Paul will try, but he can’t win this series alone. With Blake Griffin lost for the season, J.J. Redick stymied and Austin Rivers only finally getting back into the swing of things, the Clippers point guard needs some help. Coach Doc Rivers has talked about not letting the All-NBA performer overexert himself, but in […]

Chargers GM Tom Telesco hoping to build off last year’s draft success

When the Chargers hired Tom Telesco in 2013, they were coming off their first losing season in nearly a decade. Since then, they have missed the playoffs three more times, a stretch that includes back-to-back fourth-place finishes in the AFC West. This is not to lay the team’s struggles entirely at Telesco’s feet. In his […]

SoCal adults express disdain for Trump: See the numbers

A poll of 800 Southern California adults, conducted April 21 to April 24, show local disdain for the Trump administration’s handling of many issues. The following results had a margin of error of plus/minus 3.5 percent. Do you approve of Mr. Trump’s handling of… The economy? Approve – 37%, Disapprove – 45% Immigration? Approve – 34%, […]

Swim notes: Foothill boys remain on course with stellar week (POLL)

Foothill’s boys swimming team aspired before the start of the season to contend in CIF-SS Division 2. After their showing last week, the Knights’ navigation system appears to be working just fine. Coach Jim Brumm’s squad handled Brea Olinda, 100-70, to seize control of the Crestview League. The Knights also impressed at the Foothill Swim […]

Clippers’ Doc Rivers unsure what to expect from Austin Rivers in Game 5 vs. Jazz

PLAYA DEL REY — Clippers guard Austin Rivers appeared comfortable as he moved around the court taking shots on Monday, a good sign for a player who missed the last 11 games because of a left hamstrng injury. Rivers represents the latest wrinkle for the Clippers going into the pivotal Game 5 of their best-of-7 first-round playoff […]

Embattled former Mariner Elementary principal resigns from Newport-Mesa district

NEWPORT BEACH A former Mariners Elementary School principal, accused by teachers last year of inflating the school’s academic progress in an effort to gain a statewide award, has resigned from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, according to a resignation agreement obtained by the Register. Laura Canzone notified district officials of her resignation in a March 7 […]

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