• Why does Great California ShakeOut begin at 10:19 a.m.?

    LOS ANGELES — The annual Great California ShakeOut Drill will be held today, with millions of Southland residents joining people across the state — and around the world — as they drop, cover and hold to practice their readiness for a major earthquake.
    As of Wednesday, nearly 3.6 million Los Angeles County residents had registered at www.ShakeOut.org to participate in the drill, along with nearly 830,000 in Orange County. Across the country and globe, more than 10 million people
  • How Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Louis C.K. got canceled in ‘Too Funny to Fail’

    “These guys were nobodies,” Dana Carvey stresses in the fascinating documentary “Too Funny To Fail,” which premieres Saturday on Hulu.
    “It’s absolutely true,” laughs Stephen Colbert in an interview for the film, “I had absolutely no prospects of getting a job.”
    By the way, the other guy Carvey was talking about is Steve Carell. It was the mid-1990s and Carvey was at the top of his game, having come off of eight successful years on “Satu
  • ‘The Walking Dead’ fans talk death and survival before the hit AMC show returns on Sunday

    There’s so much suspense looming as the eighth season of AMC’s hit post-apocalyptic TV series “The Walking Dead” returns at 9 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 22. Not only is the episode slated to be a nail-biting series kick-off, but it’s also the milestone 100th episode of the Emmy Award-winning series.
    The battle is certainly brewing between Rick Grimes & Co. and the show’s latest protagonist, Negan, and his loyal brood. One thing is for certain, someone is going t
  • Woman, child and baby found unconscious, naked and covered in white powder in LA; baby later dies

    A baby died after she was found naked, unconscious and covered with white powder with an 8-year-old girl and a 26-year-old woman believed to be their mother early Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, in this parking lot behind the Numero Uno Market at South San Pedro and East 23rd streets in South Los Angeles. (Google Street View)LOS ANGELES — A woman, a little girl and a baby were found naked, unconscious and covered in white powder this morning in the parking lot of a South Los Angeles market, and t
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  • Gretchen Carlson’s new book ‘Be Fierce’ finds the former Fox News anchor on the front lines in the fight against sexual harassment

    Gretchen Carlson’s new book, “Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back,” brings her to Southern California for public events in Huntington Beach and Santa Monica on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. (Photo by Brigitte Lacombe)Gretchen Carlson’s new book, “Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back,” brings her to Southern California for public events in Huntington Beach and Santa Monica on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. (Photo by Brigitte Lacombe)Gretchen Car
  • Stocks or homes? What Black Monday 30 years ago taught us

    In this Oct. 19, 1987 photo, traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange watch monitors for transactions. What if the stock market plunged 20 percent tomorrow? The question may seem absurd when the market is in the midst of one of its calmest runs in history and at record highs. But it’s what investors had to deal with 30 years ago, when “Black Monday” blasted stocks on Oct. 19, 1987. (AP Photo/File)This is how papers across the country headlined the stock market plunge
  • Review: Sichuan cuisine is hot now and Chili Party heats things up

    Okay, it’s official. Orange chicken is out. Spicy water fish is in.
    Sichuan has become the “it” cuisine of 2017, or maybe the decade. With so many new Sichuan restaurants opening in Orange County lately, the idea of going out for Chinese food has been forever altered. These days it’s all about mouth-numbing peppercorn and throat-searing chilies, the hallmarks of Sichuan province.
    The latest serious newcomer to O.C.’s thriving Sichuan scene is Chili Party, which open
  • Review: Here’s another chance to make your lips vibrate

    Related Articles Best thing I ate: okra from a mesquite grill Review: Good news, bad news about this amazing brisket Best thing I ate: A uniquely California twist on chilaquiles Review: Roux in Laguna Beach is a flirty, sexy ode to New Orleans Best thing I ate: Possibly the best burger everOkay, it’s official. Orange chicken is out. Spicy water fish is in. Sichuan has become the “it” cuisine of 2017, or maybe the decade. With so many new Sichuan restaurants opening in Orange Co
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  • Kelly kept tragedy out of politics, but Trump brought it up

    By LAURIE KELLMAN and ROBERT BURNS
    WASHINGTON  — It’s known as some of the saddest ground in America, a 14-acre plot of Arlington National Cemetery called Section 60 where many U.S. personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are interred. On Memorial Day this year, President Donald Trump and the man who would be his chief of staff visited Grave 9480, the final resting place of Robert Kelly, a Marine killed Nov. 9, 2010, in Afghanistan.
    “We grieve with you. We honor you. And
  • The hamburger you have to try

    When the James Beard Foundation announced its second annual Blended Burger Project in May, chef Greg Daniels of Haven Gastropub in Orange quickly rose to the call. The contest posed the challenge of creating an artisanal burger in which at least 25 percent of the patty is ground mushrooms, promoting the blended burger concept as a more healthful and arguably tastier version of the classic beef burger. Daniels’ creative calibrations resulted in the Haven Breakfast Burger, a menu entré
  • Spain ready to revoke Catalan autonomy amid independence bid

    By ARITZ PARRA and CIARAN GILES
    BARCELONA, Spain  — Spain’s government on Thursday immediately rejected a threat by Catalonia’s leader to declare independence unless talks are held, calling a special Cabinet session for the weekend to activate measures to take control of the region’s semi-autonomous powers.
    Catalan president Carles Puigdemont’s warning came in a letter to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy with minutes to spare before the expiration of a dead
  • As U.S. warns of Cuba attacks on diplomats, tourists ask: Were we hit, too?

    By JOSH LEDERMAN
    CHARLESTON, S.C.  — Chris Allen’s phone started buzzing as word broke that invisible attacks in Cuba had hit a U.S. government worker at Havana’s Hotel Capri. Allen’s friends and family had heard an eerily similar story from him before.
    The tourist from South Carolina had cut short his trip to Cuba two years earlier after numbness spread through all four of his limbs within minutes of climbing into bed at the same hotel where the American government
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  • Cal State Fullerton’s Mildred García: Elevator rides with students bring music to my ears

    It happens every morning on the elevator at California State University, Fullerton: Students file in around me — some bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, others in desperate need of the Starbucks they clutch to their hearts like their first-born — but it’s not their contrasting states of alertness that strike me; it’s the many disparate languages they’re speaking.
    To me, the sound of three or four languages over the course of a 10-floor elevator ride is America personifie
  • OCFA Accused of Not Responding Before Canyon Fire 2 Erupted

    Flames light up an Orange County neighborhood where a wildfire, dubbed the Canyon Fire 2, has charred thousands of acres on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017. The night before the Canyon Fire 2 blaze erupted in the Anaheim Hills, ultimately charring 9,200 acres and destroying 25 structures, Orange County Fire Authority officials were alerted to flames in the area but the agency never responded, a retired sheriff's deputy said Wednesday.
  • Alternate facts gain historical perspective from Cal State Fullerton researchers

    “Which is right? And which is an illusion?”
    And with due respect to the Moody Blues, can what’s not true still be real?
    In a year of questions about fake news, Cal State Fullerton is presenting a lecture series to give some historical perspective on “alternate facts.”
    The three-part series, “Interdisciplinary Conversations on Alternate Facts: Evidence, Interpretation and Reality,” put on by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, pulls from the re
  • Music students sing of Hogwarts at Segerstrom Center

    The CSUF University Singers and Concert Choir joined the Pacific Symphony Oct. 6 and 7 at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa to perform the Academy Award-nominated score from “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” while the film played on a 40-foot screen as part of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series. CSUF professor of music Robert Istad conducted.
    Cal State Fullerton’s University Singers took the stage with the Pacific Symphony Oct. 6-7
  • Whicker: What price victory? Cubs dug deep to win Game 4

    CHICAGO — We know how difficult it is to beat somebody four times.
    The Cubs found it exhausting to beat the Dodgers once.
    Wade Davis, bear hunter and survivalist reliever, threw 48 pitches to get the six final Dodger outs. He gave up a majestic home run to Justin Turner, in the matchup Cubs’ fans wanted on Sunday night.
    He kept losing contact with the strike zone, and he had to endure a needless delay while six umpires tried to convince themselves that Curtis Granderson foul-tipped a
  • CSUF business school popular for minority students

    By Jeong Park
    Wenxi Fan had to decide where he would go for his undergraduate business education.
     
    On one hand was USC, with its $45,000-plus tuition. On the other hand was Cal State Fullerton, with its $6,000 tuition.
     
    USC had a higher ranking in accounting, what Fan sought to study. But paying nearly $40,000 more? No, Fan said.
     
    “Our accounting program is pretty awesome,” said Fan, now a graduate student at CSUF.
     
    More than 2,500 Asian students and 2,800 His
  • Cal State Fullerton cross country runners aim for strong season finish

    By Jeong Park
    Cal State Fullerton cross country coach John Elders believes his team can have one of the best finishes in his 30-year tenure at the school.
    Elders said confidence is the key to achieving that finish, as his team prepares for the Big West championship at UC Riverside on Oct. 28.
    “(Runners) just have to trust the whole process,” he said. “We just need to let our fitness do the racing.”The team is coming off its best finishes in more than a decade, with the me
  • Adrian Kempe, Michael Cammalleri help L.A. Kings to best start ever

    Los Angeles Kings left wing Andy Andreoff, left, tries to pass the puck from his knees while under pressure from Montreal Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty during the third period of an NHL hockey game, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, in Los Angeles. The Kings won 5-1. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Kings left wing Adrian Kempe, left, of Sweden, skates to his bench while hats rain down on the ice after scoring his third goal of the game as Montreal Canadiens goalie Al Montoya watches during th
  • Adrian Kempe, Michael Cammalleri erupt in Kings’ 5-1 win

    LOS ANGELES – Adrian Kempe and Michael Cammalleri can relate.
    Both were beacons of hope entering this season for a Kings team desperately searching for offense.
    That hope was beginning to fade until a rousing revival Wednesday night included four third-period goals by the pair, resulting in a 5-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens to extend the best start to a season in Kings’ franchise history.
    Kempe’s first career multi-goal game ended with hats raining on the Staples Center ice
  • Photos: Beck celebrates his 12th album with concert at the Ford Ampitheatre

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    Beck perfoms at the Ford Theater. The small show celebrated the release of his 13th album “Colors,” Glendale, CA 10/18/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Beck perfoms at the Ford Theater. The small show celebrated the release of his 13th album “Colors,” Glendale, CA 10/18/2017 (Photo by John McCoy, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Beck perfoms at the Ford Theater. The small show celebrated the release of his 13th album “Colors,” Glen
  • Police searching for Santa Ana robbery suspect

    SANTA ANA — Authorities are searching for a gunman who robbed a convenience store Tuesday, Oct. 17.
    The incident occurred around 9:50 p.m. at the Santiago Food Mart-76 gas station, 617 East 17th St., police said.
    The robber entered the store and approached  two cashiers, according to police.He then pulled out a silver and gray semi-automatic handgun that he pointed at a female cashier and ordered her to put money from the registers into a pink tote bag, police said.
    The robb
  • USC freshman DL Brandon Pili set to start against Notre Dame

    LOS ANGELES — USC freshman Brandon Pili, a 320-pound defensive lineman from Anchorage, was on schedule to redshirt as of last month.
    He will start at nose tackle on Saturday at Notre Dame.
    The Trojans, who began their season with four scholarship players at the position, have watched their depth along the interior of the defensive line gradually wane over the past eight days.
    Last week, freshman Marlon Tuipulotu underwent season-ending back surgery.
    USC coach Clay Helton on Tuesday announc
  • L.A. Kings taking season five games at a time

    LOS ANGELES — To help players more easily digest the myriad analytics and strategy fed to them over a long season, the Kings coaching staff categorizes hockey season into five-game segments.
    The first segment was a rousing success, to say the least. It produced a 4-0-1 record, the best start to a season in franchise history.
    But Kings coach John Stevens segments the season in part to prevent overemphasis on the standings.
    “Sometimes you can play a good game and lose and I think stati
  • Half-dozen women allege sexual harassment at union, Orange County Democratic party headquarters

    A half-dozen women said on social media that they were victims of sexual abuse and harassment while working as interns or employees of the Democratic Party of Orange County and the Orange County Labor Federation.
    The women, who made their allegations as part the #MeToo campaign on Facebook, said the incidents took place between 2014 and ’15, Danielle Serbin, chairwoman of the Orange County Young Democrats, said Wednesday.
    The women’s accusations were lodged against two men. One now w
  • Chargers’ Russell Okung hoping to effect social change through NFL platform

    COSTA MESA — For Russell Okung, the work is only beginning.
    On Monday night, the Chargers left tackle took a red-eye flight to New York, jetting across the country for league meeting between NFL players, owners and executives. Less than 48 hours later, he was back in Southern California, preparing for another week of practice.
    Okung is famous because of football, a former first-round pick out of Oklahoma State who has since become a Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion. Now, he wants to
  • Orange County scores and player stats for Wednesday (10-18-17)

    This is where you can find the scores and stats for the Orange County high school games on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
    Girls Golf
    Pacific Coast League FinalsIndividuals
    1. Yuki Yoshihara (Woodbridge) 71- 71- 142. 2. Dana Choi (University) 71-73 -144. 3. Nadia Susanto (Beckman) 70-75-145. 4. Nodoka Honda (University) 75-72- 147. 5. Alexis Kim (University) 76-72 (University) 76-72- 148. 6. Samantha Cabunag (University) 77-74-151. 7. Coco Yang (University) 79-74-153. 8. Celine Niu (Corona del Mar) 73-80-15
  • Wolf: Here are 10 things for USC to fix against Notre Dame

    LOS ANGELES — The game of the year is Saturday against Notre Dame, which means it will be even more important for USC to eliminate the silly errors that continue seven games into the season.
    USC is playing a good team. Maybe not a great team but a team that probably will not beat itself. So USC cannot play uninspired for a half, suddenly turn it on and escape with a victory.
    With that in mind, here are 10 things USC needs to fix to beat Notre Dame.
    1.) There are no sacred cows: Sam Darnold
  • Gov. Brown passes bill prompted by San Bernardino terrorist attack

    Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes on Wednesday announced new legislation, spurred by the Dec. 2, 2015 mass shooting in San Bernardino, expanding treatment services for victims injured in terrorist attacks while on the job.
    Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB44 into law on Friday, Oct. 13. The legislation, introduced by Reyes, D-San Bernardino, when she took office about a year after the attack, requires employers in both the public and private sectors to immediately provide employees injured in an act of
  • Dodgers’ Yu Darvish impresses Clayton Kershaw on, off field

    CHICAGO — When Yu Darvish joined the Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw had a bit of advice for him.
    Stop thinking so much.
    “I’m good at telling people to do that,” Kershaw said. “Not think.”
    Kershaw explained that he had watched Darvish pitch and thought the right-hander was distracting himself with thoughts about things like his mechanics and arm slot during the game.
    “I saw him kind of on the mound thinking about a release point and doing this with his arm (mov
  • Iran deal is working but Senate can make it stronger

    President Trump announced last week that he wouldn’t re-certify the 2015 Iran deal, reiterating claims that the deal “was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into.”
    Though Trump threatened to terminate the agreement if the Congress, U.S. allies and Iran cannot agree to stronger terms, Trump chose not to withdraw from the deal, a fortunate show of restraint considering he would be within his authority to do so.
    For all its shortcom
  • Highlights: Cody Bellinger hits a solo home run in the Top of the 3rd

    First inningWell, that was quite a shot! Willson Contreras goes yard to give the Cubs a 1-0 lead in the second. #NLCS #MLBonTBS pic.twitter.com/KAYmjlvWap
    — TBS Network (@TBSNetwork) October 19, 2017
    Third inning
    Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers answered right back with a home run in response to the solo home run by Javier Baez of the Chicago Cubs.The Dodgers are on the board! Cody Bellinger drills a solo HR in the top of the third. #NLCS #MLBonTBS pic.twitter.com/mq8YtI2T8M
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  • California’s gun safety sham

    California lawmakers love gun control. Gov. Jerry Brown signed no less than six different bills designed to restrict gun and ammunition sales in the Golden State last year alone, and a number of the leading candidates to replace him as governor are running on a platform of even more regulation.
    There’s not an aspect of legal gun ownership that isn’t in their crosshairs, so to speak.
    But at the very same time that Sacramento politicians want to punish legal gun owners, these same lawm
  • Anaheim man convicted of robbing $100,000 in marijuana from dealers at Newport Coast resort

    SANTA ANA – An Anaheim man was convicted Wednesday of robbing drug dealers at gunpoint during a pair of large-scale marijuana deals at a Newport Coast resort.
    A Santa Ana jury found Thomas Lamarr Prince, 40, guilty of four felony counts of robbery after prosecutors said he ripped off more than $100,000 in marijuana.
    On Feb 18 and March 21, Prince met drug dealers in a Newport Coast parking lot, drove them to a nearby resort and once they were inside his private hotel villa, robbed them at
  • Sen. Feinstein supports Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney’s decision to come forward

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein applauded Olympic gymnastics champion McKayla Maroney’s decision to come forward with her account of being sexually abused by USA Gymnastics team physician Larry Nassar.
    Maroney alleged in a statement released on social media early Wednesday that Nassar, starting when she 13, routinely sexually assaulted her while she competed for the U.S. at the Olympic Games and World Championships and other major international competitions.
    “I’ve read McKayla
  • San Clemente seeks assurances from state, feds that open space will be protected from a toll road

    San Clemente officials will write to state and federal resource agencies, calling on them to protect 142 acres of open land from becoming a route for a toll road through the middle of town.
    The City Council directed city staff Tuesday, Oct. 17, to send a  letter reminding resource agencies they required the 142 acres to be dedicated for conservation in conjunction with the development of nearby homes.
    The Army Corps of Engineers and federal and state fish and wildlife agencies signed off on
  • Bonsignore: Rams are happy to be 4-2, but not content

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The dark clouds and wet, gloomy conditions that besieged North Florida the last couple of days lifted by the time the Rams returned to practice Wednesday in preparation for their Sunday game against the Cardinals in London.
    But Florida being Florida, sooner than you could say Aaron Donald is the best defensive lineman in the NFL, daunting clouds rolled back in to add a definite shade of gray to what had mostly been blue skies.
    And in a way, it offered the perfect overh
  • ‘Endless Summer’ star Robert August to be honored at Surfboard Builders Hall of Fame event in Huntington Beach

    A young Robert August sits with filmmaker Bruce Brown for the movie Endless Summer.Robert August, one of the stars of the movie, “Endless Summer,” which was released about 50 years ago, stands in a shaping room with blanks that after shaped will bear his name. (Photo by Mark Rightmire/SCNG)A celebration for the 50th anniversary of the movie The Endless Summer was held at the The Waterfront Beach Resort in Huntington Beach. The original cast members Robert August, left, and Mike Hynso
  • Hazmat incident clears Tustin Lowe’s store

    TUSTIN – An employee at the Lowe’s hardware store in the 2500 block of Park Avenue in Tustin became ill Wednesday afternoon after contact with an unknown substance, triggering a hazmat incident, Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz said.
    The employee was taken to a hospital in a non-life-threatening condition, and the store was evacuated, Kurtz said. Officials are investigating what substance caused the employee to become ill.
  • Game of the Week: Los Alamitos vs. Edison likely for Sunset League title

    Two weeks remain in the regular season, so a lot can happen.
    It’s very probable, though, that Los Alamitos vs. Edison on Thursday, Oct. 19, at Huntington Beach High is for the Sunset League championship.
    The Griffins and Chargers are the only Sunset League teams in the Orange County top 25. Los Alamitos (4-3 overall, 2-0 league) is No. 13. Edison (5-2, 2-0) is No. 9.
    If you need more information about how far ahead of the rest of the Sunset League these teams are, examine their league scor
  • Trump offered a grieving military father $25,000 in a call, but didn’t follow through

    By Dan Lamothe, Lindsey Bever and Eli Rosenberg
    President Donald Trump, in a personal phone call to a grieving military father, offered him $25,000 and said he would direct his staff to establish an online fundraiser for the family, but neither happened, the father said.
    Chris Baldridge, the father of Army Cpl. Dillon Baldridge, told The Washington Post that Trump called him at his home in Zebulon, N.C., a few weeks after his 22-year-old son and two fellow soldiers were gunned down by an Afghan
  • To discourage homeless encampment, Santa Ana is banning structures and other property at Civic Center

    SANTA ANA — In a month, city officials hope to clear an encampment of homeless people from the city’s Civic Center, using a ban on structures and other belongings the City Council approved Tuesday night.
    Council members said Santa Ana has done a considerable amount to address homelessness through its housing opportunity ordinance, needle exchange program and more, but the time had come to bring balance to the Civic Center.
    “It’s not a black and white issue, it’s a h
  • Yoshihara earns history victory at the Pacific Coast League girls golf finals.

    CHINO  – Yuki Yoshihara isn’t sure what her brother Hide is going to owe her after her most recent triumph for the Woodbridge girls golf team, but she knows it’s going to have to be better than the scoop of ice cream that is normally good enough to settle the bets that they place on her matches.
    Her round on Wednesday at El Prado Golf Course made school history.
    The 3-under-par 71 she posted in the final round gave her a two-stroke victory in the Pacific Coast League Champ
  • What the George Michael documentary delivers, and what it’s missing

    When he died on Christmas Day last year at age 53, George Michael was putting the finishing touches on a documentary he was making about his career.
    Kate Moss tells us this fact at the beginning of “George Michael: Freedom,” airing on Showtime on Saturday. While the pop singer, as you would expect, doesn’t dig too deeply into the more scandalous aspects of his life, the documentary isn’t simply self-serving, either.
    As the narrator, as well as co-director along with colla
  • Appeals courts halts 340-home project north Yorba Linda over environmental concerns

    An appeals courts has, for now, halted the building of 340 homes in unincorporated Orange County near Yorba Linda, siding in part with a residents’ group in the latest turn in an ongoing battle over the Esperanza Hills development.
    The county and a residents’ group called Protect Our Homes and Hills have been battling since 2012 over a proposed project on 469 acres in a hilly stretch north of Yorba Linda’s city limits.
    Protect Our Homes opposes the project, citing concerns over
  • Trabuco Canyon girl is county’s youngest resident with pill-sized pacemaker

    Sofia Rodriguez, 12, who in August become the smallest patient to ever be fitted with a new kind of wireless pacemaker that attaches to the tissues of her heart, sits with her parents Edgar and Sonia Rodriguez in their Dove Canyon home on Monday, October 9, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)Sofia Rodriguez, 12, of Trabuco Canyon, who has lived with a pacemaker nearly all of her life, and who become the smallest patient to ever be fitted with a new kind of wireless pacemake
  • Spooky themes play out on Orange County stages

    Getting the heck scared out of you by going to special seasonal attractions at local amusement parks, watching your favorite fright flicks and finding a creatively done neighborhood haunted house are just some of the ways you can enjoy Halloween.
    Another is to take in some of the Halloween-oriented theater productions now on stage. Here are some of the seasonally spooky shows running at your local playhouse:
    “Young Frankenstein,” Mel Brooks’ Broadway musicalization of his 1974
  • Star Tours ride in Disneyland will feature scenes from ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

    Passengers aboard Disneyland’s Star Tours next month will journey to a new planet in the Star Wars universe.
    Starting Nov. 17, visitors on board the 3-D simulator ride will explore scenes of Crait, a remote, uncharted planet that is expected to be heavily featured in the Walt Disney Co.’s upcoming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” movie.
    The ride will bring guests “in the middle of an epic battle,” Disneyland spokesman George Savvas announced on a Disney bl
  • Lifeguards, Coast Guard searching for possible missing swimmer off Seal Beach

    Lifeguards are scouring the waters off Seal Beach near the San Gabriel River after a report came in of a person possibly submerged Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 18.
    Agencies including Seal Beach and Long Beach lifeguards, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and the U.S. Coast Guard are searching for the person after a report came in about 2:30 p.m. of someone submerged near tower 7, said Seal Beach lifeguard Nick Bolin.
    Bolin said there are lifeguards in the water, divers, boats and rescuer

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