• No one looks good with Disney’s busted hotel deal

    Last week was an ugly one for both the Disneyland Resort and the City of Anaheim. Disneyland announced it was suspending plans to build a luxury hotel once the city revealed it would not honor a planned tax incentive for the development after Disney moved the hotel a few football fields south of its original site.
    Disney blamed the city, and the city blamed Disney — as is typical for these sorts of things. Meanwhile, theme park fans were left to wonder why Downtown Disney closed its movie
  • Orange County’s hiring upswing grows to 96 consecutive months

    Orange County ‘s employment winning streak grew to 96 months as local bosses added 16,000 workers in the 12 months ended in July while joblessness fell in a month to 3.2 percent.
    Here are nine trends to know about Orange County ‘s job market in July from the state Employment Development Dept.’s monthly jobs report: last month’s data compared to a year ago and the average of the previous five years …
    1. Jobs:1.63 million compared to 1.61 million a year ago — u
  • Whicker: Dodgers’ season seems unsafe at any speed

    Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen tries to settle himself during the ninth inning of Monday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Dodger Stadium. Jansen gave up back-to-back home runs for just the second time in his career in a 5-3 loss. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
    Dodger starting pitcher Alex Wood #57 during their game against the Cardinals at Dodger Stadium Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)SoundThe gallery will
  • House hunting in north Orange County? 19 trends to know

    Homebuying in Brea, Buena Park, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Placentia and Yorba Linda fell 7 percent this spring vs. a year ago.
    That’s what we found when we looked at house hunting patterns at the neighborhood level in northern Orange County in 2018’s second quarter vs. the April-to-June period a year earlier.
    On tape! Lansner visits KABC’s McIntyre show
    CoreLogic found these 19 trends in 13 ZIP codes covered by the Orange County Register’s North County News weekly &h
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  • Kenley Jansen surrenders 2 homers in return as Dodgers lose to Cardinals in familiar fashion

    The DodgersÕ Yasiel Puig #66 during their game against the Cardinals at Dodger Stadium Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.The Cardinals defeated the Dodgers 5-3. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
    Dodger starting pitcher Alex Wood #57 during their game against the Cardinals at Dodger Stadium Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsSt. Louis Cardinals’ Jose Martinez, second from right, hits a solo home r
  • Kenley Jansen allows 2 home runs in return as Dodgers lose to Cardinals in familiar fashion

    The DodgersÕ Yasiel Puig #66 during their game against the Cardinals at Dodger Stadium Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.The Cardinals defeated the Dodgers 5-3. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
    Dodger starting pitcher Alex Wood #57 during their game against the Cardinals at Dodger Stadium Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsSt. Louis Cardinals’ Jose Martinez, right, hits a solo home run as Los An
  • Victim identified in weekend fatal crash on Irvine freeway; driver suspected of DUI

    IRVINE — The Orange County coroner’s office Monday identified 31-year-old Jeremy Salisbury of Anaheim as the man killed in a suspected DUI freeway crash in Irvine.
    The crash was reported just before 12:50 a.m. Saturday on the transition road from the northbound Santa Ana (5) Freeway to the northbound San Diego (405) Freeway in the Irvine Spectrum area, California Highway Patrol Sgt. H. Maxson said.
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  • Full containment of Holy fire now expected by Sunday

    LAKE ELSINORE — Containment of the Holy fire in Riverside and Orange counties is expected five days later than previously announced while the Orange County Fire Authority on Monday asked anyone who may have been in the Holy Jim Canyon area around the time the fire began to contact an investigator.
    Firefighters had hoped to fully contain the blaze by Tuesday, but “we bumped that back to (Sunday), mainly just because the terrain is so inaccessible,” said Jake Rodriguez, a U.S. Fo
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  • Man dies after being tased by sheriff’s deputies in San Juan Capistrano

    A man who was tased during an altercation with sheriff’s deputies in San Juan Capistrano later died at a nearby hospital on Monday, Aug. 20, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said.
    Authorities received word of an individual behaving erratically who was entering and exiting businesses at the 32000 block of Camino Capistrano at about 4:40 p.m., the agency said in a statement. He resisted arrest after encountering deputies, who then used their tasers to subdue the man, the statemen
  • Four injured in multi-vehicle collision on eastbound 91 Freeway in Anaheim

    Four people were injured in a multi-car collision in Anaheim on the eastbound 91 Freeway that closed four lanes during peak traffic hours on Monday, Aug 20.
    California Highway Patrol logs show at least three cars were involved in a crash just west of Weir Canyon at about 6:15 p.m. Paramedics were called to the scene and four people were sent to nearby hospitals, according to a spokesman from dispatching agency Metro Net Fire. Information regarding their information was not immediately available
  • ‘The Real Housewives of Orange County’: Tamra is the devil, Vicki’s boyfriend Steve is an angel and Kelly shows up with the Milkman

    It is becoming exceedingly clear that in this 13th season of “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” housewife Tamra Judge is the devil.
    Not like the scary I’m-gonna-knock-up-Rosemary-and-have-a-demon-spawn devil. No, I’m talking about the lovable little impish devil who just cannot help poking her friends in their backsides with her pitchfork. Because it’s naughty. And it’s fun.
    You want the receipts, fine, I got ’em:
    • Tamra innocently asks whethe
  • Summer program makes STEM success part of the equation

    Student instructor Jocelyn Renteria presents a new polynomial puzzle. (Photo by Matt Gush/Cal State Fullerton)
    Project MISS student Esmeralda Antonio works on her polynomial equation assignment.(Photo by Matt Gush/Cal State Fullerton)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsStudent instructor Jocelyn Renteria explains a graphing equation to Project MISS student Britney Luna. (Photo by Matt Gush/Cal State Fullerton)
    Project MISS student Brynn Campos inputs a new equation into her graphing calculator
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  • ‘Snitch scandal’ deputies surface in Orange County controversy over recorded attorney-client phone calls

    Orange County sheriff’s deputies who managed jailhouse informants as part of the department’s “snitch scandal” are again embroiled in controversy, this time over the use of improperly recorded attorney-client telephone calls from the jail.
    Investigator William Beeman, who maintained recording devices in jail cells during the scandal that unfolded in 2014, also accessed some of the phone calls that the Sheriff’s Department said were mistakenly recorded over the past
  • Chargers rookie safety Derwin James may be closing in on starting job

    COSTA MESA — It’s hard to believe Derwin James fell so far.
    Nearly four months ago, the Chargers got one of the apparent steals of the 2018 NFL draft, snatching up the Florida State safety with the No. 17 overall pick. James had been regarded as one of the top defensive prospects available, a top-10 talent versatile enough to stop the run or drop back into coverage. For one reason or another, he slipped into the second half of the first round.
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  • Orange County high school schedule: Tuesday, Aug. 21

    The Orange County high school sports schedule for Tuesday, Aug. 21.
    El Dorado at Loara, Brea Olinda at Sonora, Rancho Alamitos at Oxford Acdemy, Costa Mesa at Godinez, Mater Dei at Foothill, San Clemente at Foothill Tech, Valencia at Buena Park, Estancia at Bolsa Grande, Santa Ana at Mission Viejo, Santa Margarita at Great Oak, La Mirada at Pacifica, St. Margaret’s at Beckman, Capistrano Valley at JSerra, Fountain Valley at University, Dana Hills at Tesoro, Fairmont Prep a
  • Orange County scores and player stats for Monday (8-20-18)

    Scores and stats for the Orange County games on Monday, Aug. 20.
    Yorba Linda 228, Tustin 266
    At Black Gold (par 36)
    Medalist: Carraway (Tus) 35. Yerkes (YL) 42.
  • Defeat Sacramento legislative leaders’ latest shenanigans

    Rarely are power grabs as transparent as Assembly Bill 84. Introduced by Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-San Mateo, the bill would allow legislative leaders to raise and spend much more campaign money than currently allowed. We urge the state Senate to vote it down.
    The proposal would allow Democratic and Republican caucus leaders in the Assembly and state Senate to operate fundraising committees similar to those operated by political parties at the state and county level.
    As California Common Cause
  • 5 ways strength training can improve your body

    A healthy lifestyle should include regular exercise, but you may be missing out if all your favorite exercises are of the aerobic variety. Strength training can provide a host of benefits that other exercises might not.
    Video: Easy fitness tips
    Experts agree that the key to a better quality of life is daily exercise, especially strength training. “Engaging in 30 minutes of weight training, aerobics, swimming, yoga, even a walk around the park can prevent the onset of high blood pressure, w
  • CSUF expert: Four ways to avoid exercise injuries

    Inspired by the new school year or the prospect of cooler weather to get out and exercise?
    That’s a great way to get and stay healthy, but not if it leads to injury, notes a leading Cal State Fullerton researcher in the field.
    Pablo Costa, associate professor of kinesiology, says sprains and strains account for 41 percent of sports- and recreation-related activities but can be prevented by focusing on stretching and flexibility.
    Pablo Costa, Cal State Fullerton associate professor of kines
  • Of course those with short attention spans favor socialism

    Millennials who identify as Democrats favor socialism over capitalism 61 percent to 45 percent, according to surveys completed last March by researchers at the University of Chicago. For millennials who call themselves independent, the split favors capitalism but by only 37 percent to 32 percent, with an amazing 31 percent who don’t know. Among Republican millennials, capitalism beats out socialism 67 percent to 25 percent, with only 8 percent uncertain. However, given that Democrats predo
  • Did President Trump go too far with ‘dog’ tweet?

    Omarosa Manigault Newman, better known simply as Omarosa, is making the rounds hawking her controversial memoir about her time in the Trump White House.
    Well known as a “TV villain” from her stints on “The Apprentice” and “Celebrity Big Brother,” Omarosa is now ruffling feathers in the White House.
    White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the book is “riddled with lies and false accusations” and accuses her of trying to profit from f
  • New surround screen simulation at Santa Ana Police Department could save your life and a cop’s

    Santa Ana Police detective Duane Greaver demonstrates how the department’s new virtual training system works as he encounters an erratic driver. Officers are forced to make split-second decisions as real-life situations unfold on up to five screens. (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG)
    Santa Ana Police detective Duane Greaver demonstrates how the department’s new virtual training system works on Monday, August 20, 2018. Officers are forced to make split-second decisi
  • Breeders’ Cup will surely runneth over with big bucks for Southern California

    The 2019 Breeders’ Cup World Championships is coming to Santa Anita Park with a two-day event that’s expected to generate as much as $100 million for Southern California’s economy.
    A study to gauge the economic impact of Santa Anita’s most recent Breeders’ Cup in 2016 has not been compiled. But a report from Tourism Economics said the event generated nearly $65 million for the region when it was held at the Arcadia racetrack in 2013.That included 532 full-time&
  • Dodgers’ Kenley Jansen cleared to return after ‘everything went well’ with cardiologist

    LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers announced on Monday that closer Kenley Jansen has been activated from the 10-day disabled list. Jansen had been out since Aug. 8 due to an irregular heartbeat. After going off of blood thinners, he visited a cardiologist on Monday and was cleared to return to action.
    The All-Star announced his return himself by entering the Dodger Stadium clubhouse wearing a shirt that read, “I’m back” before Monday’s series opener again
  • Intruding python terrifies Santa Ana family, police send right man for the job

    A Santa Ana family panicked after discovering a ball python slithering through its home sometime after 1 a.m. on Saturday, Aug 18.
    Animal control officers were unavailable when emergency dispatchers received word of the reptile. Fortunately, Santa Ana Police officer and snake aficionado Justin Collins happened to be on duty.
    “It was out of my area, but I took the call because I was pretty sure other officers wouldn’t want to handle it,” said Collins.
    He arrived at a home on the
  • Fryer on Football: TD pass was memorable, emotional for Orange Lutheran’s Ryan Hilinski

    When Orange Lutheran quarterback Ryan Hilinski threw his first touchdown pass of the season in a 27-7 win over San Juan Hills this past Friday, it also was his first touchdown pass while wearing No. 3, the number his brother Tyler wore at Washington State.
    Tyler died earlier this year by suicide.
    It was an emotional moment for Ryan, a senior who committed to South Carolina. Teammates and coaches hugged him. His parents Kym and Mark quickly got down to the sidelines and hugged thei
  • Angels’ Shohei Ohtani passes another test with a simulated game in Arizona

    Shohei Ohtani threw 29 pitches in a simulated game on Monday at the Angels’ training complex in Tempe, Ariz., and “all went well,” according to the Angels. Ohtani faced both right-handed and left-handed hitters during his outing.
    Ohtani is rehabbing from a damaged ulnar collateral ligament. The Angels are hoping for him to pitch again this season in the majors, and he now appears to be fairly close. Since the Angels said he’s not going to pitch in the minors during his re
  • Football notes: Portola adds emotional first victory to pedigree

    Most Orange County football teams began preparing for the season during the spring, or maybe even in the winter. Portola’s journey started much earlier, which made for a memorable but emotional opening night.
    The Bulldogs completed a two-year trek from humble beginning to secure a 39-20 victory Friday against visiting Fairmont Prep in their first varsity game.
    “It’s taken a lot out of us the last two years but it’s definitely been worth it,” Portola coach Peter Abe
  • LA County fire captain found dead on trail shot himself, Santa Barbara sheriff says

    NEWHALL >> A Los Angeles County Fire Department captain whose body was found in a Santa Barbara County canyon nearly a week after he disappeared took his own life, officials confirmed Monday, Aug. 20.
    Wayne Stuart Habell (Photo courtesy Los Angeles County Fire Department)
    The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office posted Monday on its Facebook page that the man found dead on Hot Springs Trail in Montecito on Saturday was Capt. Wayne Stuart Habell, 43, of Newhall, and that the “c
  • Cal State Fullerton students will build reporting skills along the U.S.-Mexico border

    Other colleges might be adding instruction in immigration and other U.S.-Mexico border issues.
    But this fall, a dozen Cal State Fullerton students will learn about the border by visiting the border.
    Jesus Ayala, CSUF lecturer in communications, has created a new class, Reporting About Minorities of the Southern Border, to focus on migrant children, border militarization post-9/11 and NAFTA’s influence on border towns.
    Jesus Ayala, CSUF lecturer in communications (Photo courtesy of Cal Stat
  • CIF-SS football polls for Week 1

    The CIF-SS football polls released Monday, Aug. 20.
    1 Mater Dei
    2 St. John Bosco
    3 Centennial/Corona
    4 Orange Lutheran
    5 Mission Viejo
    6 Serra
    7 Santa Margarita
    8 Chaminade
    9 JSerra
    10 Oaks Christian
    1 Norco
    2 Upland
    3 Alemany
    4 Rancho Verde
    5 Calabasas
    6 Heritage
    7 Cathedral
    8 Tesoro
    9 Westlake
    10 Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks
    1 Cajon
    2 Roosevelt
    3 Santiago/Corona
    4 Paraclete
    5 Moorpark
    6 Murrieta Mesa
    7 Hart
    8 Capistrano Valley
    9 El Toro
    10 Lompoc
  • Orange County football top 25 for Week 1 of the season

    The Register’s Orange County football top 25 poll:
    O.C. TOP 25
    (The poll voters are five members of the media)
    1. Mater Dei 1-0 (125 poll points)
    Monarchs beat Bishop Amat by 28 points on Friday. Last year, they beat Bishop Amat by 24 points in the season opener.
    2. Orange Lutheran 1-0 (116)
    The Lancers’ 27-7 victory over San Juan Hills throws no shade on team’s prospects for 2018.
    3. JSerra 1-0 (115)
    Lions’ 49-7 win over Corona del Mar makes one think this might be JSerr
  • Angels Q&A: Fans ask about the future of Scioscia, Ohtani and Mike Trout … and more

    Angels beat writer Jeff Fletcher took readers’ questions as the Angels get ready for the last month and a half of the season, beginning with the start Tuesday of a two-game road series with the Arizona Diamondbacks.I’m back and ready to answer your #Angels questions. Ask here, or on the Facebook page. https://t.co/czTTq9LTnY
    — Jeff Fletcher (@JeffFletcherOCR) August 20, 2018Q: What do you see in the future for the Angels starting rotation? Anyone in the upcoming free-agency cla
  • California Senate approves pointless bill to micromanage straw dispensing in some places

    Editor’s note: Breaking views are thoughts from individual members of the editorial board on today’s headlines.
    On Monday, the California state Senate voted 25-12 in support of a proposal to prohibit full-service restaurants, but not fast-food restaurants, from providing plastic straws to customers…unless the customer asks for one.
    As far as government overreaches go, it’s more of an annoyance than anything.
    It doesn’t prohibit restaurants from handing ou
  • State Senate approves diluted version of plastic-straw ban in California

    Efforts to eliminate single-use plastic straws gained momentum when the state Senate, in a party-line vote Monday, approved a bill that would ban full-service restaurants from providing the straws unless specifically requested by the customer.
    While many environmentalists applauded the move, it stopped short of local laws approved by several coastal cities and counties that established outright bans on single-use plastic straws for all restaurants and food vendors.
    The state bill, which original
  • Is soda fizzing out? PepsiCo buys SodaStream for $3.2 Billion

    PepsiCo Inc. agreed to buy fizzy-drinks dispenser SodaStream International Ltd. for $3.2 billion, sending the company synonymous with sugary sodas into the homes of more health-conscious consumers.
    PepsiCo will pay $144 a share in cash for the Israeli company, the companies said in a statement Monday. That’s 11 percent higher than Friday’s closing price and would be the Purchase, New York-based company’s largest acquisition in eight years.
    In one of her final acts as chief exec
  • Orange County football defensive player of the week: Brendan Hammitt, Canyon

    The Register’s Orange County football defensive player of the week:
    Brendan Hammitt
    His team lost to Huntington Beach 41-15, but Hammitt turned in an excellent performance Friday. The junior outside linebacker had two sacks, an interception, caused a fumble and had four solo tackles, including one for a safety. Hammitt (5-10, 185) added two assisted tackles. The Comanches play at San Juan Hills on Friday.
  • Reorganized, refocused La Habra schools welcome students back

    La Habra City School District’s slogan last year was “R U Ready?”
    This year, it’s “#WeAreReady.”
    In the past 15 months, the district overhauled how its nine schools are organized, created a specialized focus for each campus, reassigned 167 teachers and moved 145 classrooms.
    James Claxton waves good-bye to his mom Ariana Monterroso during the first day of classes at El Cerrito Elementary School in La Habra on Monday, August 20, 2018. James was heading to his th
  • Whicker: The fast and furious story of Unique Bella

    You mention “sesamoid,” especially around a race track, and it darkens the conversation.
    The sesamoid is a small bone inside a tendon. Tim Tam, in 1958, hurt his while he was trying to win the Belmont Stakes and the Triple Crown.
    It’s kind of like “radiator.” You don’t talk about it until it’s a problem.
    Unique Bella worked out at Del Mar Saturday morning. Dan Ward, the assistant to trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, was at the wire. When Unique Bella came back
  • First-round pairing sets up another WNBA playoff battle between Sparks and Minnesota Lynx

    It wouldn’t be a WNBA postseason without a Sparks-Minnesota Lynx matchup.
    For the fourth consecutive year, the playoffs will bring the teams together. But instead of meeting in the semifinals or finals, where for the past two years LA and Minnesota have forced full five-game series for all the marbles, the WNBA’s two most recent champions will face each other in a single-elimination first-round affair at Staples Center. They meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in a game that will be broadcast
  • Man, woman, dog pulled from truck after it plunges into Alamitos Bay Marina

    A man, woman and dog were pulled from a sinking truck after it plunged into a Long Beach marina on Saturday, Aug. 18.
    The trio was riding in the vehicle before it crashed through a railing and began filling with water, according to Long Beach firefighters.
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  • Curt Seeden: Fountain Valley knows how to celebrate a birthday

    My wife’s birthday is Oct. 20. And it’s never too early for me to start thinking about how I should honor the most important person in my life.
    Fortunately, there just happen to be several events in Fountain Valley that are scheduled for Oct. 20, giving me plenty of options besides a nice dinner and a Hallmark movie marathon.
    Nothing shows love like cleaning out the garage.
    So, I’m kicking off the morning of Oct. 20 by taking a few truckloads of my unwanted
  • Chaak, the second restaurant by the owners of Gabbi’s Mexican Kitchen, will open Aug. 29 in Tustin

    The much-anticipated second restaurant from one of Orange County’s premier advocates of Mexican regional cuisine will debut on Wednesday, Aug, 29 when Chef Gabbi Patrick and her husband Ed, co-owners of Gabbi’s Mexican Kitchen in Orange, host the grand opening of Chaak  in Tustin.
    As she does with all her menu items, Patrick will start with traditional recipes and give them her own contemporary twist. The cuisine will draw on the rich Mayan culture of her family’s Yuc
  • Video: What’s it feel like to drive a car 470 mph? Dave Spangler of Dana Point knows — he just did it at Bonneville Salt Flats

    DANA POINT — Dave Spangler admits to feeling a little on edge, last week, when he got behind the wheel of Turbinator II, a 36-foot rocket-like Streamliner.
    The Dana Point race car driver had plans to set a record at the 70th Annual Bonneville Nationals Speed Week at Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, Aug. 11 to 17.
    “You realize all the things that could go wrong,” Spangler, 76, said Monday. “But once you’re in the car, there’s no more of that and you’re
  • Fryer’s OC football top 25 vote

    How I voted today in the Orange County football top 25 …
    1. Mater Dei 1-0
    2. Orange Lutheran 1-0
    3. JSerra 1-0 (was in our preseason top 25)
    4. Mission Viejo 1-0 (No. 3 last week … JSerra was very impressive in the win over CdM)
    5. Santa Margarita 1-0
    6. San Clemente 1-0
    7. Servite 1-0
    8. Tesoro 1-0 (beat Edison)
    9. Corona del Mar 0-1
    10. La Habra 0-1 (lost to Upland, but Upland is very good)
    11. Edison 0-1
    12. Capistrano Valley 1-0
    13. Villa Park 0-0
    14. Los Alamitos 0-0
    15. Fount
  • ‘Shotgun’ Tom Kelly’s move to SiriusXM delayed by a week

    He was supposed to start August 20, but it got delayed another week … listen for “Shotgun” Tom Kelly starting next week, Monday, Aug. 27, on SiriusXM Channel 6 from 4-8 p.m.
    No explanation was given for the delay but it may have been related to a week of multiple tribute channels dedicated to Aretha Franklin, who passed away last week from pancreatic cancer. The tributes included music, interviews, and remembrances on as many as eight channels at various ti
  • Eva Kilgore: Five questions with Christy Platt, owner of Simply Layered desserts in Huntington Beach

    You might have met Christy Platt, owner of Simply Layered, at the Taste of Huntington Beach. For the last five years she’s won the coveted title of “Best Desserts”  at this event.
    From mini gluten-free vegan chocolate cakes to pear tarts with almond filling, Platt is always coming up with new recipes.
    We caught up with the 41-year-old Huntington Beach resident to find out more:
    Q: How did you get into the food business?
    A: I moved to France one summer to work in touri
  • FBI agents trying to get Orange County man, who they say was kidnapped in the San Gabriel Valley, back home

    FBI agents are trying to return a Santa Ana man to his family after he was kidnapped from a San Gabriel shopping center last month and held for $2 million ransom, they announced at a Los Angeles press conference on Monday.
    Investigators said Ruochen “Tony” Liao, a 28-year-old Chinese national working at a Costa Mesa luxury-car dealership, was kidnapped by three men from San Gabriel Square possibly after he was lured there to conduct a business deal.
    Agents provided a sketch of one of
  • Buena Park man arrested after groping woman, exposing himself in Cerritos grocery store, authorities say

    A 25-year-old Buena Park man was arrested last week after he grabbed a woman and then starting masturbating at a grocery store in Cerritos, authorities said.
    Shortly after 6 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 13, the man was inside a Sprouts grocery store when he grabbed a woman’s buttocks while she shopped, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. When the victim went to report the incident to the store’s manager, the agency said, the man exposed himself and masturbated whi
  • Highlights from UCLA football training camp Day 15

    Entering the final stretch of training camp, UCLA dialed back its practice Monday, wearing shorts and helmets instead of full pads. It was the first day since full pads were allowed to come on that the Bruins didn’t practice in them. Here are notes and observations from Day 15.
    Injury notes
    Elijah Wade and Colin Samuel were wearing yellow and doing individual conditioning on the sideline after warmups. When Wade was running, he was doing so with a very noticeable limp.
    Bo Calvert and Bolu

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