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Medium Tyler Henry Informs Kristin Cavallari That Her Late Brother Michael 'Didn't Intend To End His Life'

This must've been so difficult for Kristin Cavallari to hear. In a recent promo for Tyler Henry's new season of Hollywood Medium, the 22-year-old self-proclaimed clairvoyant is seen speaking with the Laguna Beach alum. Although the teaser is brief, it's clear Henry addressed some heavy personal information with the 31-year-old mother of three. Related: Dolores O'Riordan's Cause [...]

Laguna Beach girls' water polo outlasts Corona del Mar

Freshman Nicole Struss scored the eventual winning goal as the Breakers, sans Sophia Lucas, outlasted the Sea Kings in Wednesday's nonleague defensive battle.

Seaside California town bans smoking in all outdoor areas

Smoking has been banned in all outdoor areas in the seaside Southern California town of Laguna Beach. The City Council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to expand a ban that … Click to Continue »

High School Girls’ Soccer Preview: Sunset League promises another wild ride

Marina appears to be a Sunset League contender, while defending champion Edison, Huntington Beach, Newport Harbor and Fountain Valley are also jockeying for position. Corona del Mar, Ocean View and Laguna Beach look to defend league titles.

Tree vandalism raising concerns in Laguna Beach

Laguna Beach police are investigating two downed eucalyptus trees in South Laguna, the latest attack on trees that has raised concerns among residents and city officials. Two trees were discovered lying on a hillside Dec. 28 in the 31000 block of South Coast Highway, police Sgt. Jim Cota said....

Laguna Beach top-seeded for Santa Barbara TOC

The last two weekends have shown that fierce battles between the top prep girls’ water polo teams in CIF could be commonplace this season. Laguna Beach, the top-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division 1 and 2 and defending Division 1 champion, edged No. 2 Mater Dei 12-11 in overtime in the...

Laguna Beach girls' water polo survives to win fifth straight Holiday Cup

The Laguna Beach High girls’ water polo team won its fifth straight Holiday Cup title Saturday at Newport Harbor High. The final against Mater Dei felt like anything but a holiday. Leads didn’t seem to last long throughout the game, both teams taking whatever momentum they could get. The score...

Deep Laguna Beach girls' water polo handles Los Alamitos

Big games are when lineups get smaller for many teams. Sometimes the coach doesn’t really trust the younger players to perform in those key situations. The opposite is true this year for the Laguna Beach High girls’ water polo team. Breakers coach Ethan Damato said he played 13 different field...

Laguna Beach homebuying jumps 40%: 11 facts to know

Laguna Beach homebuying in October rose 40 percent from a year ago. That’s a highlights within ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community. This analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; highest and lowest price paid in the month; […]

Laguna Beach City Council to hear historic ordinance proposal

LAGUNA BEACH The City Council will receive an introduction to a draft of the Historic Preservation Ordinance at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec.16. Staff will provide a presentation regarding the ordinance and answer council questions. Public comment will be held at the end of the meeting, in council chambers at 505 Forest Ave.  

Coastal Commission rejects Laguna Beach ban on short-term rentals in residential areas

DANA POINT — The California Coastal Commission rejected Laguna Beach’s ban on short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods — arguing that it blocks access to public beaches and parks and closes most of the city to the rentals. Commissioner Steve Padilla called it “discriminatory” during the meeting Thursday. Dec.14 at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point. […]

Judge's ruling backs Laguna Beach student suspended over watermelon thrown at black classmate's home

An Orange County judge this week told the Laguna Beach Unified School District that it must comply immediately with an earlier order to remove a suspension from the record of a student who was disciplined in connection with a racially charged episode in which a watermelon was thrown at the home...

Judge's ruling backs Laguna Beach student suspended over watermelon thrown at black classmate's home

An Orange County judge this week told the Laguna Beach Unified School District that it must comply immediately with an earlier order to remove a suspension from the record of a student who was disciplined in connection with a racially charged episode in which a watermelon was thrown at the home...

CA: Laguna Beach Adds More Stops to Weekend Trolley Service

All coastal trolleys service all transit stops along Coast Highway. The trolleys run 4-11 p.m. Fridays, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sundays.

Laguna Beach to gauge residents’ willingness to pay bill to bury power lines as fire safety measure

LAGUNA BEACH The city is moving ahead with a survey to determine whether residents would be willing to foot the bills to bury overhead power lines along the city’s major evacuations routes and in neighborhoods to reduce the threat of fires. The City Council last week voted unanimously to spend $240,000 for a group of […]

Honorees selected for Laguna Beach Patriots Day parade

Honorees for the 52nd annual Patriots Day Parade planned for March 3 have been announced. Gloria Fickling, 91, who co-authored Honey West novels, is the Grand Marshal. Others include Honored Patriot George Ciampa, a World War II veteran; Citizen of the Year, Heidi Miller; Junior Citizens of the Year, Marisa Schatz and Joseph Ravenna; Artists […]

Gray whale entangled off the Wedge in Newport Beach; rescue efforts underway

Leslie Evarts saw the gray whale in the distance from her Laguna Beach home, grabbed her stand-up paddleboard and rushed out to the water, with hopes of seeing the 30-foot sea creature up close. But Evarts and another paddler, Cindy Simonson, realized something was strange — there was a rope wrapped around the base of […]

Alcindor pours in season high 33 points but Laguna Beach handles Irvine, 58-44 (video)

Irvine’s boys basketball team was unable to slow down high flying Laguna Beach Friday night in a non-league game at Irvine. Laguna Beach won its seventh in a row out of the gate, topping the Vaqueros 58-44 behind the 23-point effort of Blake Burzell. Grady Morgan added 14 points for the Breakers. Irvine (3-3) was […]

Red flag, high fire danger warning extended through Saturday for Laguna Beach

The National Weather Service has extended a Red Flag Warning for the coastal Orange County area, including Laguna Beach, through 8 p.m. tonight. The Fire Weather Watch is due to low humidity of about 5 percent combined with strong, gusty winds. Residents are asked to call 949-497-0701 if they see something or someone suspicious and […]

High School Girls' Water Polo Preview: Laguna Beach intent on defending CIF title

The Laguna Beach High girls’ water polo team is going for its fourth CIF Southern Section Division 1 title in five seasons, and that’s rarefied air. The only other team that has done it since girls’ water polo became a CIF sport in 1998 is Foothill. The Knights won four straight Division 1 titles...

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