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Artist of the Week: Adrian Villegas

  Once a year, the Spirit of the MACY Awards sends a Southern California high school actor and actress to New York for a week to participate in the Jimmy Awards workshops and competitions. The Jimmys, which showcases top talent from around the country, offers a week of performance workshops as well as competitions for […]

USC researcher identifies a new way to treat HIV

(University of Southern California) Medical treatment that targets human proteins rather than ever-mutating viruses may one day help HIV-positive people whose bodies have built a resistance to 'cocktails' currently used to keep them healthy. Show More Summary

H2O Sushi & Izakaya Almost Ready at the Hughes Center

Japanese dining, with a "modern, exotic touch" Located in the same built-from-scratch Hughes Center annex as Bandito Latin Kitchen & Cantina, Southern California’s H2O Sushi & Izakaya finally appears to be close to opening and is now...Show More Summary

Six Flags Magic Mountain is going to be open every day in 2018

Six Flags Magic Mountain wants in on Southern California's booming theme park tourism market

Free museum admission day announced for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

Free admission: It’s coming for one day to more than 50 museums across Southern California as part of the upcoming Pacific Standard Time exhibitions. PST: LA/LA, which will explore Latin American and Latino art here and beyond through four months of exhibitions, public events and performances at...

How Wells Fargo Bought Millions in Services From an Independent Director's Firm

Hernandez's Inter-Con Security Systems Inc. would find an additional source of wealth, regulatory filings show -- by winning a contract in 2005 to provide security to the San Francisco-based bank's branches in Southern California, all while he was getting paid to oversee management on shareholders' behalf. Show More Summary

U.S. Optics Moves To Montana

Into the redoubt, they are. A manufacturing company that has been building custom rifle scopes and optics for 26 years in Southern California is relocating to Kalispell. U.S. Optics, a leader in the firearm optics industry, announced the relocation to the Flathead Valley on its website, saying there may be a brief pause in production […]

Wild video shows sparks flying in apparent Calif. car repossession gone wrong

A video of man standing on the the bed of a tow truck while it's hauling a wildly swinging — and sparking — car through the streets of Southern California Monday morning is now going viral.

“No bubble” in Southern California, says luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers

Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers told Wall Street analysts it sees no bubble brewing in the Southern California housing markets. Toll CEO Douglas Yearly said on Tuesday, Aug. 22, during a conference call with the investment community that the region’s housing market is healthy and “there are really no signs of a bubble or of issues.” Yearly […]

St. Joseph Hoag Health CEO to leave in December

Richard Afable, the executive vice president of Providence St. Joseph Health Southern California Region – Orange County/High Desert and president and CEO of St. Joseph Hoag Health, will leave those positions in December. He will then focus on his upcoming role as the chair of the California Hospital Association and mental health advocacy. Afable was previously […]

Here’s where Southern California Assembly members stand on ‘sanctuary state’ bill

SB 54 is intended to shield undocumented immigrants from deportation by limiting local and state police cooperation with federal immigration authorities.

Emaciated gray whale spotted swimming feet from Seal Beach coastline

An emaciated gray whale believed to be separated from its mother has been spotted off the Southern California coast in the last week, with the most recent sighting occurring Tuesday in Seal Beach, marine safety officials said. The 18-foot whale was spotted four to five off the beach south of Seal...

San Franciscans demand removal of anti-native monument

San Francisco Arts Commission meeting revisited complaints about Civic Center statue According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, California—a Union state during the Civil War—has no public monuments to Confederate figures. (Fort Bragg...Show More Summary

Can 'reading' leaves lead to more drought-tolerant crops?

UVALDE - Looking at leaves to peer into the future might seem the stuff of superstition, but is actually the essence of research conducted by scientists from Texas A&M AgriLife and the University of Southern California.

The must-see Orange County football games for 2017

COMING SUNDAY, AUG. 27 Look for the SoCal Prep Legends football preview magazine in Sunday’s edition of the Register and the other Southern California News Group newspapers. A week-by-week look at the top high school football games in Orange County for the 2017 season. WEEK 0, AUG. 24-26 Dana Hills vs. Marina, at Westminster High, […]

Southern California hiker dies after she's hit by boulder

A 53-year-old woman has died after a boulder hit her as she was hiking in Southern California. The Ventura County coroner said Monday that Toni Large of Ojai died at a hospital. Sheriff’s officials told the Ventura County Star that Large was with a group when the boulder hit her in the Los Padres...

Lunchtime Photo

We didn’t get a total eclipse here in Southern California, but that only lasts a couple of hours anyway. So why not visit this summer and enjoy our lovely beaches? You can spend days or weeks enjoying our golden sunshine. Doesn’t that really sound better?

Here Is Southern California’s 69% Eclipse

Sure, sure, you can do better at the NASA site, with all their fancy telescopes and stuff. But what you really want to know is what the eclipse looked like in my backyard with a cheap camera. Right? Well, here you go:

Most watched eclipse ever dazzles viewers across Southern California

Thousands of amateur astronomers gathered in parking lots and libraries, squeezing in among telescopes and giant TVs with their pinhole projectors and blackened glasses in the hopes of getting a glimpse of Monday’s rare eclipse. Denise and Mike Zellmer from Orange made sure to get their spot early, and arrived at their local library before 6 a.m […]

The solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 – the view from Southern California, across the US

A solar eclipse is making its way across the U.S. on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, with views of a full eclipse across a narrow band of the country and a partial eclipse for many other areas, including Los Angeles. Check back for more phot...

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