• Trump order would ban most transgender troops from serving

    PALM BEACH, Fla.  — President Donald Trump released an order Friday night banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under “limited circumstances,” following up on his calls last year to ban transgender individuals from serving.
    The White House said retaining troops with a history or diagnosis of “gender dysphoria” — those who may require substantial medical treatment — “presents considerable risk to mili
  • Fullerton, Anaheim police team up in pursuit to catch fleeing suspect

    A suspect fleeing a traffic stop in Fullerton on Friday evening was caught in Anaheim after police from both cities pursued him.
    The suspect, whose identity was not immediately released, sped away from a traffic stop in Fullerton at 7:06 p.m. and drove a few miles to Anaheim before crashing his car and fleeing on foot, said Lt. Mike Chlebowski of the FPD.
    The departments coordinated and set up a perimeter in the area of the neighborhoods on Ranchito and Lindsay streets, and caught the suspect le
  • Jordin Canada leads UCLA women to Elite Eight with win over Texas

    UCLA forward Lajahna Drummer, right, prevents a steal by Texas guard Brooke McCarty, left, during the first half of a women’s NCAA college basketball tournament regional semifinal game, Friday, March 23, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)UCLA forward Michaela Onyenwere (21) rebounds against Texas forward Joyner Holmes (24) during the second half of a women’s NCAA college basketball tournament regional semifinal game, Friday, March 23, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Phot
  • Schwartz’s grand slam leads CdM to 8-2 win over Northwood

    NEWPORT BEACH – J.T. Schwartz’s grand slam broke open a close game Friday and led Corona del Mar to an 8-2 win over Northwood in a Pacific Coast League baseball game.
    Corona del Mar’s home win makes the Sea Kings 2-1 in league play, tying them for second place with Northwood and leaving them a game behind Beckman (3-0).
    It was the first loss of the season for the Timberwolves, who are 9-1 overall. Corona del Mar is 4-4 overall.
    Schwartz’s shot to center field highlighted
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  • Capistrano Valley rallies past Mission Viejo for fifth straight victory

    MISSION VIEJO — Capistrano Valley used a five-run fifth inning to beat Mission Viejo 8-4 on Friday and improve its South Coast League record to 2-0.
    The Cougars have won five consecutive games and are the only team in the league with an unblemished league record.
    With the score tied at two in the top of the fifth inning, Ryan Daugherty hit a solo home run to give the Cougars a 3-2 lead. After a pair of walks and a run-scoring single by Blake Fitzgerald, Joey Holman hit a three-run hom
  • USC’s quarterback competition tested in full-pads practice

    LOS ANGELES — USC’s quarterback competition continued Friday with one of its more revealing viewing windows.
    The Trojans held their second practice in full pads and went through their most extended scrimmage-like portion.
    Matt Fink, the redshirt sophomore passer, and Jack Sears, a redshirt freshman, split the majority of the repetitions.
    “I was really excited,” Coach Clay Helton said. “You don’t know how it’s going to go until you actually have some live
  • Ducks fall to Jets in OT despite John Gibson’s heroic effort

    Winnipeg Jets center Mathieu Perreault (85) gets jammed as he attempts to drive between Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Kesler (17) and defenseman Marcus Pettersson (65) during the second period of an NHL hockey game Friday, March 23, 2018, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)Anaheim Ducks center Derek Grant (38) celebrates his goal against Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck during the first period of an NHL hockey game Friday, March 23, 2018, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (J
  • Adam Henrique happy to be playing in Ducks games that matter

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba – When a player not only has a major impact as a rookie but tastes playoff success at an early age, it isn’t hard to think that will become a regular thing to expect as his career progresses.
    Adam Henrique felt that way. When you go to the Stanley Cup Final in your first full season, you can’t help but think the playoffs are a part of the annual schedule.
    “It’s kind of hard to fault someone when that happens,” Henrique said Friday. “Fo
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  • Clippers’ playoff hopes take another hit with loss to Pacers

    Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo (4) drives on Los Angeles Clippers forward Sam Dekker during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Indianapolis, Friday, March 23, 2018. The Pacers defeated the Clippers 109-104. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)Indiana Pacers forward Thaddeus Young (21) is greeted by Trevor Booker (20) as he returns to the bench following a basket during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers in Indianapolis, Friday, March 23, 2018. The Pace
  • Aliso Niguel beats San Clemente, 5-4

    Ethan Reed’s three RBIs led Aliso Niguel to a 5-4 win over San Clemente in a South Coast League game Friday at San Clemente.
    Aliso Niguel, ranked No. 7 in the OC Varsity top 25, is 7-3 overall and 2-1 in what is one of the better leagues in Southern California — four of the five league teams are in the OC Varsity top 10, and the one that is not, Capistrano Valley, is No. 13 and after beating Mission Viejo 8-4 on Friday likely is to be in the next top 10 that is published Monday.
  • Check out the LA Dodgers’ giveaways and promotions for the 2018 season

    The Dodgers’ 60th season in Los Angeles starts in less than a week away when the team host the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day.
    The defending National League Champions have announced several giveaway items for the upcoming season, which begin as early as March 28 with a magnet schedule. The Dodgers are expected to follow that promotion with a Kirk Gibson Bobblehead Night on March 29.
    The month of April will also feature a number of Dodgers’ swag giveaways:Hooded sweatshirt (April
  • From Superman to the Soup Nazi, these are five things we loved at WonderCon 2018 in Anaheim

    Ronaldo Alvarez portrays Ice man during WonderCon in Anaheim on Friday, Mar 23, 2018. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)Andrea Seale, dressed as Carl from Up, including a foam head she made herself at WonderCon in Anaheim on Friday, Mar 23, 2018. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)Sara Hinds dresses as a single cell from from a Hawkeye comic book during WonderCon in Anaheim on Friday, Mar 23, 2018. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)Tony Arm
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  • Conceding the elusiveness of a ‘one-size-fits-all solution,’ Tustin council OKs permit parking in Old Town

    For years, Tustin officials have faced a thorny conundrum. Residents in and around Old Town complain about congested overnight parking. Yet many worry parking permits would be more trouble than they’re worth.
    The City Council has decided on a course of action: establishing permit-only parking in a 12-block area of Old Town between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. daily.
    Mayor Al Murray acknowledged after the recent vote the impossibility of a perfect fix.
    “There is no one-size-fits-all solution,&rd
  • Orange County scores and player stats for Friday (3-23-18)

    Scores and stats for the Orange County games on Friday, March 23.
    GIRLS BASKETBALLCIF STATE CHAMPIONSHIPSDIVISION III FINALWest Campus 75, Sunny Hills 47SH: Arii 15 pts, Barrow 15 pts 8 rebs, West 8 rebs. WC: Johnson 23 pts 12 rebs, Rones 14 pts.
    BASEBALLGOLDEN WEST LEAGUEOcean View 4, Westminster 0OV: Hoodman (W CG 4H 7K 2BB), Fernandez 2-run 2B
    GARDEN GROVE LEAGUEGarden Grove 3, Santiago 1GG: Scully 2-3 HR 2B 2R 2RBI, Hernandez 1-1 2B, Magdaleno (W 4IP 0R)
    Los Amigos 13, Bolsa Grande 4LA: Flor
  • $8.4 million worth of cocaine recovered by OC sheriff’s officials following traffic stop

    Two men are behind bars in connection with a drug bust involving a dozen law enforcement agencies that resulted in the seizure of $8.4 million in cocaine, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department announced Friday.
    The men, ages 24 and 38, were arrested after investigators with the 12-agency operation made a traffic stop on the 60 Freeway about 8 p.m. Thursday and found a “substantial” amount of drugs in the older-model Nissan Versa, according to Orange County sheriff’s offi
  • Alexander: A gloomy afternoon for Giants with Bumgarner’s injury

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — This was supposed to be the San Francisco Giants’ redemption tour. After finishing last in 2017, 40 games behind the Dodgers, they had retooled, and the veterans who remembered sipping and spilling champagne in 2010, 2012 and 2014 were hoping to keep the championship window propped open just a little longer.
    And then Whit Merrifield hit the ball.
    Merrifield is a Kansas City Royals second baseman, and his line drive smacked Giants ace Madison Bumgarner along the li
  • Sunny Hills falls behind early, loses to West Campus in CIF State championship game

    Sunny Hills head coach Jae Byun consoles Jessica Barrow as West Campus defeated Sunny Hills 75-47 during a CIF State Division III girls basketball championship game at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif., on Friday, March 23, 2018. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Sunny Hills’ Alyssa Quedit (15) reacts on the bench as West Campus takes a big lead in the first half of a CIF State Division III girls basketball championship game at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif., o
  • Dodgers’ season-opening roster starting to come into focus

    GLENDALE, Ariz. — At the start of their final week in Arizona, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts referred to the team’s bullpen picture being “a little fuzzy.”
    That picture is “getting pretty clear” now, Roberts said Friday, and the season-opening roster is coming into focus as a result.
    The Dodgers will open the season with 13 pitchers, including eight relievers, Roberts said, after briefly vacillating in the wake of Tom Koehler’s shoulder injury. Koehler&rs
  • Former football star Todd Marinovich back in custody for alleged probation violation

    Just over a year after pleading guilty to misdemeanor drug charges, former football star Todd Marinovich was taken into custody Friday for violating terms of his probation, according to court records.
    Marinovich, who has been candid about his struggles with drug addiction, appeared in court Friday and was ordered to serve 90 days in jail for probation violation, court records show.
    The type of the violation was unclear.
    Marinovich, now 49, was sentenced to rehab and probation in March 2017 after
  • Costa Mesa hires Santa Ana’s David Gutierrez as football coach

    Costa Mesa has hired Santa Ana defensive coordinator David Gutierrez as its coach, the school announced Friday.
    Gutierrez spent the past four seasons as the Saints’ defensive coordinator, helping them finish as CIF-SS runner-ups in 2016-17. Santa Ana also captured consecutive, undefeated Golden West League titles the past two seasons.
    Gutierrez replaces Glen Fisher, who resigned after three seasons.
    Costa Mesa went 3-7 record last season, including a 0-5 mark in the Orange Coast Leagu
  • Clayton Kershaw completes scoreless spring in Dodgers’ 10-0 win over Royals

    THE GAME: Clayton Kershaw took a shutout into the seventh inning as the Dodgers beat the Kansas City Royals 10-0 on Friday afternoon in Surprise, Ariz.
    PITCHING REPORT: Kershaw completed a scoreless spring with 6-2/3 shutout innings against the Royals. Kershaw pitched 21-1/3 innings over six Cactus League starts, allowing only 12 hits, walking four and striking out 23.
    HITTING REPORT: The Dodgers scored seven runs in the third inning and outhit the Royals 11-4 in the game. … Yasiel Puig w
  • Business groups launch opposition to ballot measure that would raise minimum wage for Disneyland Resort, several other hotels

    A coalition that includes Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray, the Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the county chapter of the California Restaurant Association launched a campaign Friday to block a measure that would raise the minimum wage for some hotel and restaurant workers.
    The ballot proposal, which would raise pay to $18 an hour by 2022, was announced last month by several unions representing Disneyland workers. They planned to kick off a drive on Saturday to gather an estimated
  • Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (March 16-23)

    Health permits are suspended for major violations. Restaurants must remain closed until inspectors determine problems have been fixed.Monarch 9, 22755 Savi Ranch Parkway, Yorba Linda; cockroach infestation; closed March 22.
    McDonald’s, 2401 N. Tustin St., Orange; cockroach infestation; closed March 22, reopened March 22.
    Spigas Bakery, 1643 W. Chapman Ave., Orange; cockroach infestation; closed March 22, reopened March 22.
    Friendly Market, 910 W. Myrtle St., Santa Ana; rodent infestation;
  • Aaron Brothers locations are closing nationwide (except for 3 in Texas)

    Arts and crafts retailer Michaels announced it is closing 94 of its Aaron Brothers framing stores this year including all of its Southern California locations as it integrates those services into its Michaels stores.
    That will leave only three smaller-sized stores intact, all of which are in Texas. Two are in Dallas and a third is in Fort Worth. In an earnings announcement released Thursday, the company said it plans to reposition Aaron Brothers as a “store-within-a-store&rd
  • Jobless rates in Southern California continue to fall, with Orange County leading the pack

    Southern California’s job picture continued to brighten in February, as unemployment remained low while Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties added payroll positions at a steady pace.
    The region was buoyed by California’s overall growth in prosperity, with the state’s jobless rate ticking down to 4.3 percent from 4.4 percent in January, a record low in measurements dating back to 1976. California’s unemployment was 5.1 percent in February la
  • Ducks Gameday: Will Winnipeg star Patrik Laine play?

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba – With their playoff positioning changing by the day, the Ducks will try to keep their inside track toward a postseason berth when they face the Winnipeg Jets at Bell MTS Place on Friday night.
    The Ducks (38-24-12) were pushed back down to the second wild-card position in the Western Conference as the Kings moved back into third place in the Pacific Division with a 7-1 rout of Colorado. Anaheim does have a three-point cushion on St. Louis, which has a game in hand on th
  • Charlotte Pence signs ‘Marlon Bundo’ book at Nixon Library, is OK with John Oliver parody

    Talk of a furry, black-and-white pet filled the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum this week, but it wasn’t about Checkers, the dog Richard Nixon famously invoked in a 1952 speech while a vice presidential candidate.
    On Thursday, it was all about Marlon Bundo, the bunny that belongs to Vice President Mike Pence’s daughter, Charlotte, and stars in not one, but two top-selling children’s books.
    Vice President Mike Pence’s wife Karen, left, and daughter Charlotte p
  • Shohei Ohtani adjusts to life inside Angels’ clubhouse

    TEMPE, Ariz. — As Shohei Ohtani stepped to the plate, the Tempe Diablo Stadium public address system blared the bouncy little J-pop tune, “Fashion Monster.”
    The Angels’ dugout roared in laughter at the sound of the Kyary Pamyu Pamyu song, which is popular among young girls in Japan. The joke, which was spawned by players commenting on Ohtani’s skinny jeans, brought a smile to Ohtani’s face.
    It was perhaps this spring’s definitive “one of the guys&r
  • Orange County’s first Amazon store opens near UCI

    Amazon’s first storefront has opened in Orange County.
    The quick-serve shop at University Center is geared toward UC Irvine students and the college community.
    The 3,150-square-foot brick and mortar space has a counter for fetching packages as well as a wall of self-serve Amazon lockers accessed by a security code, said the Irvine Co., which owns the center.
    Amazon Prime or Amazon Student Prime subscribers will get the “extra benefit of faster delivery for certain
  • Chargers DT Corey Liuget hit with 4-game PED suspension

    Chargers defensive tackle Corey Liuget will miss the first four games of the 2018 season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs, the league announced Friday.
    Named a fifth alternate for the Pro Bowl last year, Liuget has started 100 games since the Chargers drafted him 18th overall in 2011. Suspended without pay for four contests, Liuget will still be eligible to participate in offseason and preseason practices and preseason games.
    The 28-year-old had been slated to
  • Marines, firefighters, police, lifeguards help motivate Laguna Beach students in benefit jogathon

    LAGUNA BEACH —  Api Weinert, a division chief with the Laguna Beach Fire Department, was dressed in turnouts and full gear running laps with students at El Morro Elementary School on Friday, March 23.
    “We had jogathons when I went here,” said Weinert, who graduated from El Morro in 1979. “I’m here to motivate the kids. I love seeing the smiles on their faces. These kids are passing me!”
    Third graders loosen up as hundreds of parents and students run laps
  • Kings’ Anze Kopitar strengthens chances to win Hart

    Talk about forward Anze Kopitar being in the hunt for the Hart Trophy had already begun before the Kings embarked on their current four-game road trip. That figures to escalate after Kopitar scored four goals in a 7-1 victory at Colorado on Thursday.
    Kopitar tied a Kings franchise record with his scoring outburst. It is the 18th four-goal game in Kings history — the most recent one by Luc Robitaille on Nov. 25, 1993, in Quebec.
    Moreover, it helped the Kings get a crucial two points as
  • 16-year-old Maryland school shooting victim has died

    A teenage girl who was shot when a classmate opened fire inside their Maryland high school has died, authorities said Friday.
    The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office said Jaelynn Willey died at 11:34 p.m. Thursday. Earlier that night, her family had said she would be taken off life support at the University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center. Melissa Willey told news reporters Thursday night that her daughter was brain dead and had &ld
  • 12 weddings in 12 months in 12 countries — that’s the plan for these romantic Costa Mesa newlyweds

    She wanted to elope. He wanted to do something more involved.
    Give round one to the groom, who emerges as the more romantic of the newlywed couple in this tale. Albeit by only a little.
    Kenji and Taylor Taniguchi were married for the first time in Costa Mesa. They went on to get remarried in 12 countries in 12 months. (Photo courtesy Kenji and Taylor Taniguchi)Kenji and Taylor Taniguchi take photos during their wedding in Rome, Italy. They got remarried in 12 countries in 12 months. (Photo court
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic calls LA Galaxy ‘right place for me’

    If those across Major League Soccer wondered if the Galaxy still had the drawing power to attract the global names, Friday’s move provided the answer.
    After three years of rumors and near-misses, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is finally a member of the Galaxy.
    The acquisition was officially announced Friday. The Galaxy signed Ibrahimovic using Targeted Allocation Money.
    The deal has been reported to be two years in length, worth $3 million.
    He will wear No. 9.
    “I decided to sign with the Galaxy
  • Tesla, SpaceX pages vanish as Musk joins #DeleteFacebook crusade

    Elon Musk is hopping on the #DeleteFacebook digital bandwagon.
    The chief executive officer of Tesla Inc. and Space Exploration Technologies Corp. tweeted Friday that he wasn’t aware there was a Facebook page for his rocket company. After being asked by a Twitter user to delete it, he responded “will do.”
    Musk wrote back to another user who shared a photo of Tesla’s official page on Facebook and asked if it, too, should be deleted: “Definitely. Looks lame anyway.&rdq
  • Christina El Moussa of ‘Flip or Flop’ puts Yorba Linda home up for sale at $2.9 million

    “Flip or Flop” star Christina El Moussa is selling a five-bedroom, nine-bathroom Yorba Linda home she shared with her ex, Tarek El Moussa, for $2.995 million.
    The couple’s divorce was finalized in January 2018, and Tarek El Moussa bought a three-bedroom house in Costa Mesa on Feb. 21.
    Built in 2004, the 6,366-square-foot, Mediterranean home on nearly a half acre hit the market this week.
    The house has undergone $1.5 million in renovations, according to the l
  • More 5 Freeway closures next week: This time they’re between Beach and Valley View

    Caltrans has scheduled another 5 Freeway closure, but this time it’s on the northbound side between Beach Boulevard in Buena Park and Valley View Avenue in La Mirada.
    The closures are needed to accommodate moving K-rails and lane restriping.
    The freeway will be closed nightly, beginning Sunday, March 25 night and ending Wednesday morning, Caltrans reported. The closures begin at 11 p.m. and end at 5 a.m. If possible, the contractor will keep at least one lane open the nights of S
  • Those Russian spies from ‘The Americans,’ Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, drink wine, talk final season

    Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys were enjoying the mild Southern California weather late one morning in January. The pair had taken a late flight from New York City the night before to come to Los Angeles to promote the final season of “The Americans.”
    “It’s not too early for wine, is it?” asked Russell.
    It wasn’t really a question, so the couple settled on a bottle of Bordeaux and the actress kicked off her heels to get comfortable (and hoped I wouldn’t be
  • Spring break arts week for kids offered at Casa Romantica

    Casa Romantica in San Clemente offers free children’s art programming all week during spring break at Capistrano Unified School District as part of its ongoing commitment to arts access through Casa Kids programs.
    On Monday, April 3, kids can learn about music, play and sing in the Main Salon during an interactive music class. The class is suitable for ages 8-13.
    Tuesday, April 4 features a special storytime for kids ages 3-5.
    On Wednesday, April 5, kids 5 and up will create their own teac
  • Restaurant closures include 2 Pei Wei restaurants, Smokey Fred’s BBQ in Orange and Knowlwood in Santa Ana

    There’s a lot of restaurant news afoot of late. We’ll start with closures, then update you on new eats around the county.
    Epic Wings has opened in Mission Viejo, the first in the chain to franchise outside of San Diego County.Dunkin’ Donuts’ “next generation concept store” in Quincy, Mass., features a beer-like tap system for cold coffees.Smokey Fred’s in Orange will close at the end of the month because the owner, Fred Rea, needs time to recover from an
  • Looking for love? Craigslists says look somewhere else, takes personals offline

    Americans looking for love or companionship on Craigslist can’t make a connection.
    The classified ads site on Friday has taken its personals section offline in the United States.
    The action comes after the U.S. Senate on Wednesday passed an anti-sex-trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity if it becomes law. The San Francisco-based company says the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability.
    A m
  • A California governor’s race filled with unrealistic promises

    It’s early in the election season, barely past the filing deadline, more than two months before the June primary election and more than six months before November, when voters will elect the next governor of California.
    But it’s already clear that fundamental pledges made by the leading candidates in all the early public polls have been essentially unrealistic.
    The two most ambitious promises made so far both came from Democrats who have now backed off one and are clinging to hope th
  • Tony Mendoza is no California state senator, now or on the ballot

    Sacramento truth be told, the California powers-that-be in control of ballot designations for candidates for state office can get a little picky-picky when it comes to nixing some choices.
    Gubernatorial candidate and, well, former mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa has been told by the secretary of state’s office that he can’t call himself former mayor of Los Angeles in his run for governor because it has been almost five years since he held that position.
    Really? He will fore
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  • California should cut taxes on marijuana to keep the legal market competitive

    California might soon cut taxes — on marijuana. As it should.
    With the passage of Proposition 64 in 2016, California voters sent a clear message that they want to see a well-regulated, legal market for marijuana.
    Finding the right balance of taxes and regulations to ensure a legal market can thrive is critical.  The full benefits of marijuana legalization cannot be realized so long as the legal market for marijuana is suppressed by California’s onerous system of taxation and reg
  • Lakers’ Kentavious Caldwell-Pope finds 3-point shot

    MEMPHIS – In the heat check world of the NBA’s most potent 3-point shooters, nothing gets the mercury rising faster than seeing the first shot from deep slice through the net.
    “I mean, some nights I know,” Kentavious Caldwell-Pope said after making eight 3-pointers Thursday against New Orleans. “Some nights it’s just the flow of the game. I took my first two shots (and they) went in. I took the third, went in.”
    Caldwell-Pope’s first 3 went in 78 se
  • Whicker: Michigan turns Staples into its own Big House

    LOS ANGELES — Now we know. It’s not the building.
    The rims that usually reject the offerings of Staples Center’s pro inhabitants were like friendly sinkholes for Michigan on Thursday.
    There were no booby traps on the floor that prevented defensive rotations. There was nothing, really, to stop the Wolverines in the West Regional semifinals, especially not Texas A&M.
    “When you guard like that and you hit 3s like that,” said Michigan assistant coach Luke Yakli
  • What’s streaming in April on Amazon: ‘Bosch,’ Michael Connelly’s detective series, returns

    Grab some snacks and settle in.
    Titus Welliver returns as Det. Harry Bosch on Amazon’s fourth season of “Bosch.” Drawn from Michael Connelly’s novels, this season finds the Los Angeles Police Department investigator working to solve the murder of a 13-year-old boy. But there’s a twist, as Bosch is also on trial in federal court for murdering a serial killer.
    And as you might expect, there’s plenty more to watch.
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  • After walkout, students are taking lead in gun control battle

    Psst, the secret spice in the growing gun control movement is young people and with our leaders flip-flopping that, tragically, makes sense, since students are among the most vulnerable.
    Consider that on Tuesday, a 17-year-old shooter lay dead after a shootout in a Maryland school. He injured a 14-year-old boy and shot 16-year-old Jaelynn Willey in the head. She was taken off life support late Thursday.
    The evening before the shooting, Monday, I sat with six students from different high schools

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