• Angels drop wild series opener to Yankees in 14 innings

    Angels starting pitcher Matt Harvey throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Yankees at Angel Stadium. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
    New York Yankees’ Kyle Higashioka, right, scores on a sacrifice fly hit by Gleyber Torres as Los Angeles Angels catcher Jonathan Lucroy, left, loses the ball during the third inning of a baseball game Monday, April 22, 2019, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsThe Ya
  • 2 killed in Santa Ana crash identified; police suspect street racing was involved

    SANTA ANA — Authorities Monday released the names of two victims killed during what investigators suspect was a vehicle race in Santa Ana.
    Jerman Marquez, 39, and Richard Inda, 29, were both killed in the Saturday night crash near Bear Street and Alton Avenue, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Coroner’s Office. Inda was the driver and Marquez a passenger, the Coroner’s Office said.
    Police continued looking for a red Mustang that they suspect was racing with the car
  • Orange County baseball/softball highlights for Monday, April 22

    Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Monday, April 22.
    BASEBALL
    Monday’s baseball scoreboard
    No. 24 Sonora flashed its potent offense in a 12-2 win over Troy in a Freeway League game at Troy High. 9 different players drove in runs for the Raiders and they stole five bases. Joey Flores and Adam Berecek each had multi-hit games drove in two runs and stole a base. Isaac Ramirez hit a two-run double and scored twice. Hector Garcia was solid on the
  • Laguna Beach man arrested on suspicion of shooting at people in Aliso Viejo; no injuries reported

    LAGUNA BEACH — A 23-year-old Laguna Beach man was behind bars Monday, April 22, on suspicion of shooting at a group of people in Aliso Viejo on Saturday.
    Zachary James McGuinness was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail, according to Orange County Jail records.
    Zachary James McGuinness (Photo courtesy Laguna Beach Police Department)
     
    Orange County sheriff’s deputies responded about 12:30 a.m. Saturday to an apartment complex in Aliso Viejo after a gunman opened fire fr
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  • Ex-con arrested on suspicion of attempting two burglaries in Irvine

    IRVINE — A 44-year-old ex-con was arrested Monday, April 22, on suspicion of a series of attempted burglaries in Irvine, including one in which he allegedly fired a bullet into a residence when spotted by a resident.
    Jamon Rayon Buggs of Huntington Beach was booked on suspicion of attempted burglary, shooting into an inhabited dwelling, possession of a firearm by a felon, hit-and-run and evading police, according to Irvine police Lt. Dave Klug.
    Jamon Rayon Buggs (Photo courtesy I
  • Orange County softball RBI leaders: Monday, April 22

    Orange County softball RBI leaders through Sunday, April 21.NAME, SCHOOL
    RBI
    PA
    GP
    Makena Tomlinson, Corona del Mar
    34
    88
    25
    Alexis Campos, Orangewood Academy
    34
    61
    15
    Emily Rush, Marina
    33
    81
    23
    Madison Simon, Beckman
    32
    83
    25
    Samantha Villanueva, Godinez
    32
    82
    23
    Alison Steinker, JSerra
    30
    84
    24
    Miranda Stoddard, Orange Lutheran
    29
    86
    25
    Natalie Carlos, Godinez
    29
    76
    21
    Tereise Tosi, Eastside Christian
    29
    49
    11
    Keana Pola, Godinez
    28
    75
    21
    Nicole Stark, Brea Olinda
    28
    74
    22
    Piper Tago, Dana Hi
  • Orange County baseball RBI leaders: Monday, April 22

    Orange County baseball RBI leaders through Sunday, April 21.NAME, SCHOOL
    RBI
    PA
    GP
    Jonathon Long, Orange
    45
    89
    25
    Evan Fitterer, Aliso Niguel
    27
    99
    28
    Wes Ruiz, Whittier Christian
    26
    83
    26
    Max Shuster, Tarbut V’Torah
    26
    64
    16
    Ketch Gannon, Foothill
    25
    99
    26
    Paul Skenes, El Toro
    24
    109
    27
    Alex Sardina, Foothill
    23
    108
    27
    Anthony Leanos, Rancho Alamitos
    23
    77
    21
    Johnny Olmstead, Newport Harbor
    22
    98
    24
    Jared Maister, Tarbut V’Torah
    22
    68
    16
    Kyle Ashworth, Foothill
    21
    107
    26
    Michael Dav
  • Report: Luke Walton sued for sexual assault by reporter Kelli Tennant

    Former L.A. sports reporter Kelli Tennant has filed a lawsuit against Luke Walton, alleging he sexually assaulted her while he was an assistant with the Golden State Warriors, as first reported by TMZ Sports on Monday.
    According to the report, the lawsuit details a meeting when Tennant said Walton forced himself onto her in a Santa Monica hotel room. No date was reportedly given for the alleged assault, but the lawsuit says it happened after the publication of Tennant’s book, “The Tr
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  • Softball notes: Sonora-La Habra clash adds to the drama of league finales

    The final week of the regular season in softball has arrived with plenty of league races to settle, but a bit more will be at stake for Sonora on Tuesday.
    The Raiders (19-3, 7-1) play host to La Habra (11-6-2, 8-0) in a Freeway League showdown at 3:15 p.m.
    Sonora will be seeking to create a tie atop of the league standings and stay in contention for its first league crown since 2004.
    The Raiders also are hosting their senior day before playing their biggest rival in the Freeway League.
    “Th
  • Titan women sweep Rainbows to take first place in Big West

    The CSUF softball team swept Hawaii over the weekend with a 4-2 win Friday and  9-8 and 8-0 victories in a doubleheader Saturday to grab sole possession of first place in the Big West Conference.
    It was the 11th consecutive Big West series victory for the Titans who have now won 22 of their last 25 with 14 sweeps.
    In the first game one Saturday, Hawaii scored the first run in the first inning on a bases-loaded walk. The Rainbows scored two more runs in the second on a two-out, two-RBI doubl
  • Orange County scores and player stats for Monday (4-22-19)

    Scores and stats for the Orange County games on Monday, April 22.
    BASEBALL
    SOFTBALL
    GIRLS LACROSSE
    PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
    Beckman 15, Northwood 7
    Note: Beckman clinches at least share of Pacific Coast League championship
    BOYS LACROSSE
    CENTURY-EMPIRE LEAGUE
    Yorba Linda 17, Valencia 1
    BOYS GOLF
    NONLEAGUE
    Edison 183, St. Margaret’s 193
    Mesa Linda (par 35)
    Tri-medalists: V. DiBernardo (Edi) 36. T. DiBernardo (Edi) 36. Huang (SM) 36.
     
  • Brian Goodwin earns increased role with Angels

    ANAHEIM — Brad Ausmus stuck with one of his platoons, but not the other, on Monday night.
    The Angels manager picked left-handed hitting Brian Goodwin to face Yankees lefty J.A. Happ instead of slumping right-hander Peter Bourjos. It was the first time this season that Bourjos had not started against a lefty.
    Ausmus said that Goodwin, who had two hits against a lefty on Saturday night and an overall average of .346, had deserved the increased the role.
    “I think he’s earned his w
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  • Running back Rogers, top junior rusher in OC in ’18, transfers from Savanna to Anaheim

    Shamonte Rogers, Orange County’s leading returning rusher for the 2019 season, has transferred to Anaheim from Savanna, Anaheim coach Lanny Booher confirmed.
    Rogers (5-10, 175) was an Orange League co-offensive player of the year as a junior this past season when he rushed for 1,690 yards and 26 touchdowns. He averaged 11 yards a carry.
    He rushed for 222 yards and four touchdowns in the Rebels’ 81-59 win over Workman of City of Industry in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section
  • Fryer on baseball: League championships, playoff berths on the line in final week

    It is the final week of the regular season of the high school baseball season, so of course big games are abundant.
    First, a few important pieces of information …
    Playoff berths are guaranteed to the top two finishers in a four-team league (like the Crestview, North Hills, Surf and Wave leagues), the top three finishers in a five-team league (Sea View and South Coast are five-team leagues) and the top three in a six-team league (most Orange County leagues are six-team leagues).
    The CIF-So
  • UCI professor shows how plastics have become a killing machine for coral reefs

    With her bare hands, UCI Professor Joleah Lamb on Monday fished out pieces of plastic waste she had collected that morning from Newport Beach: a sports drink bottle, a trash bag, child’s sand toy, crumpled foam cup and some straws.
    “Oh, wait,” she said, letting go of a particularly grimy piece. “I am going to use these gloves,” and she slipped on the latex protectors before picking up the degraded water bottle again. “There are a million bacteria on it.”
  • Orange County softball strikeout leaders: Monday, April 22

    Orange County softball strikeout leaders through Sunday, April 21.NAME, SCHOOL
    K
    BF
    IP
    Kylee Magee, Canyon
    205126.1
    Brooklyn Carreon, Whittier Christian
    174
    437
    107
    Carley Brown, Aliso Niguel
    119
    442
    108.1
    Ashlee Laver, Woodbridge
    114
    543
    123.5
    Lindsey Manhart, Trabuco Hills
    104
    371
    80.2
    Anna Bjorklund, Crean Lutheran
    99
    362
    70.1
    Lexi Lacy, Yorba Linda
    92
    532
    115
    Rena Rocha, Santiago
    91
    375
    94
    CJ Garcia, Fountain Valley
    89
    453
    89.2
    Emily Rush, Marina
    89
    584
    143
    Raeonna Flores, San Clemente
    88
    37
  • How the fight over the full Mueller report could lead to impeachment

    Attorney General Barr has resisted sharing the unredacted Mueller report with Congress on two bases: grand jury secrecy (based in part on avoiding unfairness to those not indicted but possibly mentioned in the Report) and the risk of identifying national intelligence sources. The latter category is not in serious dispute. Although the most zealous of the pro-impeachment congressmembers demand even information that might identify a CIA mole inside the Kremlin, no one else is pushing for that. Reg
  • Orange County baseball strikeout leaders: Monday, April 22

    Orange County baseball strikeout leaders through Sunday, April 21.NAME, SCHOOL
    K
    BF
    IP
    Wyatt Johnson, Kennedy
    8061
    Jake Covey, Estancia
    78
    155
    58.2
    Ethan Hoopingarner, Aliso Niguel
    78
    172
    43
    Jamison King, Portola
    76
    227
    48
    Hector Garcia, Sonora
    70
    200
    50.2
    Nathan Alarcon, Rancho Alamitos
    70
    223
    57.1
    Gavin Lizik, Esperanza
    68
    269
    64
    Max Rajcic, Orange Lutheran
    67
    195
    51.1
    Kelly Austin, Newport Harbor
    67
    231
    52
    Jacob Juarez, Capistrano Valley Christian
    62
    169
    39.2
    Connor Wilford, San Clemente
    62
    2
  • Sparks trade guards: Odyssey Sims for Minnesota Lynx’s Alexis Jones

    The WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks acquired guard Alexis Jones from the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for guard Odyssey Sims, the Sparks announced Monday.
    The 5-foot-9 Jones was drafted No. 12 overall by the Lynx in the 2017 WNBA Draft; she shot 32 percent from 3-point range in limited action last season.
    “Alexis is a talented point guard who can stretch the defense with her 3-point shooting,” Sparks executive vice president and general manager Penny Toler said in a news release.
  • Orange County softball top 25 rankings, April 22

    Dan Albano’s Orange County softball rankings:
    ORANGE COUNTY TOP 25
    (Records through Sunday; PRV is previous ranking)
    1. Orange Lutheran (20-6-1; PRV: 1)
    Lancers needed a clutch victory against Mater Dei, and got it last week.
    2. Marina (16-7; PRV: 2)
    Vikings lost to Huntington Beach last week but received help to capture a share of Surf League crown.
    3. Mater Dei (14-9-1; PRV: 3) 
    Monarchs can clinch Trinity League title outright with victory against Santa Margarita on Thursday.
    4. Lo
  • Extreme shakes are coming to Downtown Disney when Black Tap Anaheim opens this spring

    Black Tap Anaheim is “coming soon” to a spot on the 50 yard mark of Downtown Disney’s promenade. Seen here, the Greg Norman burger. (Courtesy of Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer)
    Black Tap Anaheim is “coming soon” to a spot on the 50 yard mark of Downtown Disney’s promenade. Seen here, the All American burger. (Courtesy of Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsBlack Tap Anaheim is “coming soon” to a spot on the 5
  • Fryer’s Diamond Club: Orange County baseball standouts of the week, April 22

    Four Orange County baseball players who had outstanding games last week:
    AJ Anzai, Mission Viejo: A junior left-hander, Anzai shut out Capistrano Valley on three hits in a 2-0 win. It was Anzai’s second shutout of the Cougars this season. He also drove in his team’s only run in a 2-1 loss to Capo Valley last week.
    Dustyn Burleson, Katella: He pitched a two-hitter in the Knights’ 5-0 win over Century as they clinched a share of the Orange League championship. Burleson, a junior
  • Government spending is theft

    Imagine being robbed every time you receive a paycheck, but once a year getting some of the stolen money back because the thieves took more than they intended. Would you be happy about it?
    If you are like most Americans the answer is yes, since most people are grateful when they get a partial “refund” of the taxes the government withheld from their paychecks. A tax refund means more taxes were taken out of your paycheck than you legally owed — in other words, thanks to withhold
  • NFL Draft 2019: The top Pac-12 prospects for the long haul (regardless of draft position or team needs)

    Don’t count on a 2019 version of Phillip Lindsay. Don’t expect an undrafted Pac-12 product to make a roster, a starting lineup and the Pro Bowl.
    But Lindsay’s remarkable rise last season for the Broncos is relevant this week — a reminder that NFL Draft position and success on Sundays don’t always correlate.
    To that end, the Hotline has produced its ranking of the top Pac-12 prospects available when the draft begins Thursday.
    We’re not projecting where the play
  • Tustin High, SOCAL water polo coach Cesar Altamirano dies after car accident

    Tustin High and SOCAL water polo coach Cesar Altamirano, 26, who in the fall guided the Tillers’ boys to their first CIF-SS finals appearance since 1982, died Sunday morning after sustaining injuries in a serious car accident, the Tustin Unified School District said Monday.
    Altamirano suffered a head injury and underwent surgery after an early-morning car accident in Long Beach on Thursday, April 18, said coaches at SOCAL, where Altamirano coached the 12-and-under boys team.
    “We are
  • CIF-SS softball polls: Monday, April 22

    The CIF-SS softball polls released Monday, April 22.
    As selected by the CIF-SS Softball Advisory Committee
    DIVISION 1
    1 Norco
    2 Great Oak
    3 Santiago/Corona
    4 Orange Lutheran
    5 Grand Terrace
    6 Chino Hills
    7 Los Alamitos
    8 Pacifica/Garden Grove
    9 Oaks Christian
    10 Mater Dei
    Others: Santa Margarita, Upland, Huntington Beach, Vista Murrieta
    DIVISION 2
    1 Marina
    2 Lakewood
    3 La Mirada
    4 Centennial/Corona
    5 Sonora
    6 Ayala
    7 Roosevelt
    8 California
    9 South Torrance
    10 Rio Mesa
    Others: Canyon/Anaheim, Eti
  • Kowabunga! VW buses line the Huntington Beach Pier in a Saturday car show

    Love VW buses?
    Get an eyeful Saturday, April 27, in Huntington Beach at the Kowabunga Van Klan of Huntington Beach Car Show.
    A colorful array of 60 vintages buses will line the pier – all the way from Duke’s to Ruby’s restaurants. And another 50 classics will welcome visitors on the pier’s plaza.
    ***If you go
    When: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 27
    Where: PCH at Main Street
    Cost: Free
    Information: surfcityusa.com/events/signature-events
     
  • Southern California grocery chains, union have first mediated discussions

    A federal mediator could increase the number of negotiation sessions between Southern California’s three major supermarkets and the union that represents their workers, a union leader said.
    Leaders of the United Food and Commercial Workers‘ seven locals met with executives from Vons, Ralphs and Albertsons on Thursday and Friday. The two sides are still not close to settling on to a contract for about 60,000 employees, said Joe Duffle, president of Local 1167.
    Last week’s sessio
  • Orange County boys athlete of the week: Ketch Gannon, Foothill

    The Register’s boys athlete of the week:
    Name: Ketch Gannon
    School: Foothill
    Sport: Baseball
    Year: Senior
    Noteworthy: He had six hits and four RBIs over two wins against El Dorado that helped the Knights clinch a share of the Crestview League championship. Gannon, a senior right fielder and pitcher, was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and a stolen base in a 7-2 win over El Dorado and followed that by going 4 for 5 with four runs scored, two RBIs and a stolen base in a 15-3 win at El Dorado. He is ba
  • Inside the Dodgers: One of the 2018 World Series teams is bad, and it’s not the Dodgers

    Editor’s note: The following story is from today’s Inside the Dodgers newsletter. To receive the newsletter in your email, sign up here.
    Dave Dombrowski, the general manager of the Boston Red Sox, sat down with a local sports-talk station last week to announce he isn’t blowing up his team’s roster. Ostensibly this has been a legitimate question for the defending World Series champs. The Red Sox have played 22 “real” games since last October. They’re 9-13
  • NFL mock draft 3.0: Is Kyler Murray the Cardinals’ No. 1 choice?

    The last days of smokescreens and pre-draft hot takes are upon us, as the 2019 NFL draft begins on Thursday. With the rumor mill spinning and the Cardinals nearly on the clock, here’s the third and final mock draft in our predraft series:
    1. ARIZONA CARDINALS: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma | Previous mock: Same
    For weeks, this pick has seemed like a sure thing. Now, just days before the draft, the rumor mill is spinning. Could the Cardinals trade down? Would they pick Nick Bosa? Don’t l
  • Orange County softball hits leaders: Monday, April 22

    Orange County softball hits leaders through Sunday, April 21.NAME, SCHOOL
    HITS
    AB
    BA
    Ciara Briggs, Orange Lutheran
    50
    86
    .581
    Savannah Pola, Godinez
    45
    79
    .570
    Mariah Rodriguez, Orange Lutheran
    39
    90
    .433
    Eliana Gottlieb, Newport Harbor
    39
    64
    .609
    Lindsey Blanchfield, Newport Harbor
    37
    79
    .468
    CJ Garcia, Fountain Valley
    36
    79
    .456
    Amerys Barshtak, Corona del Mar
    36
    70
    .514
    Amanda Foglesong, Fullerton
    36
    77
    .468
    Samantha Villanueva, Godinez
    34
    80
    .425
    Brooklyn Carreon, Whittier Christian
    34
    70
    .4
  • Newport Beach officials investigating illegal 700-foot trail cut through Corona del Mar nature reserve

    Crews remove dead brush on Thursday, April 18, 2019 after an illegal trail was cut in the Buck Gully Reserve in Newport Beach, CA. The trail was discovered Sunday, April 14, 2019. The trail in the photo is the illegal trail. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)
    A tree stump is all that’s left after someone cut an illegal trail in the Buck Gully Reserve in Newport Beach, CA. The trail was discovered Sunday, April 14, 2019. Crews are removing the dead brush so it doesn&rsqu
  • Left out: Dodgers maximize Joc Pederson’s production by minimizing exposure to lefties

    Joc Pederson is a man in a box.
    An important, productive piece of the Dodgers’ lineup against right-handed pitching, Pederson has an 1.105 OPS this season and is one of the first three players in the National League to reach double digits in home runs (along with MVP candidates Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich).
    When the Dodgers face left-handed pitching, however, Pederson doesn’t play. He just doesn’t.
    “What am I going to do, (complain) and be a bad teammate? What goo
  • Orange County baseball hits leaders: Monday, April 22

    Orange County baseball hits leaders through Sunday, April 21.NAME, SCHOOL
    HITS
    AB
    BA
    Jonathon Long, Orange
    43
    74
    .581
    Rocco Peppi, Marina
    41
    90
    .456
    Chad Green, Whittier Christian
    38
    78
    .487
    Alex Sardina, Foothill
    37
    89
    .416
    Jason McDonnell, Esperanza
    35
    77
    .455
    Clay Liolios, Newport Harbor
    35
    77
    .455
    Wyatt Johnson, Kennedy
    35
    81
    .432
    Evan Fitterer, Aliso Niguel
    35
    88
    .398
    Kyle Ashworth, Foothill
    34
    78
    .436
    Michael Davinni, Aliso Niguel
    34
    86
    .395
    Dalton Sloniger, Valencia
    34
    63
    .540
    Brent Riddl
  • Warriors continue to clamp down on Clippers’ Danilo Gallinari

    LOS ANGELES — The Warriors have made life heck on Danilo Gallinari.
    The Clippers have been clear about their need to get Gallinari going; conversely, top-seeded Golden State understands that as Gallo goes, so go the Clippers.
    And so the two-time defending NBA champs have focused much of their substantial defensive energy on slowing the Clippers’ normally steady scorer, shading defenders his way, quickly sending help, using their great length to impede his progress.
    They’ve got
  • Laguna Woods Village closer to adopting use of organic herbicides

    In the ongoing search to find a cost-effective alternative to controversial herbicide RoundUp, Village Management Services staff officer Kurt Wiemann presented his team’s findings on Thursday, April 11, during United Mutual’s landscape committee meeting.
    The results projected a reasonable price increase — about $15,000 — or one dime per manor per month, Wiemann said.
    The annual, additional costs are unbudgeted funds that would stack on top of the current budget amount alr
  • Flying Wing plane crashes inside Norco prison yard

    A vintage “flying wing” plane that took off from Chino Airport crashed Monday, April 22, in the prison yard of the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, according to Federal Aviation Administration officials.
    “A Northrop N9M aircraft crashed under unknown circumstances in the prison yard of the California Rehabilitation Center,” Allen Kenitzer, spokesman for the FAA said.
    Kenitzer confirmed the plane departed from Chino Airport prior to the crash.Local authorities sa
  • Holocaust survivors to share stories at Cypress College’s Yom HaShoah event

    Betty Cohen, 97, a survivor of the Birkenau-Auschwitz concentration camp, recalls in an oral history interview walking down a ramp from a cattle car and being ordered into showers with a group of other women.
    Cohen already knew of the atrocities taking place in the Nazi camp and didn’t know whether the showers would dispense water or lethal gas.
    Betty Cohen is photographed while sharing stories of her experience as a Holocaust survivor. She will be participating in Cypress College’s
  • These 14 native plants are great choices for sustainable landscaping in your yard

    The Theodore Payne Foundation lists the following Southern California native plants to consider for your own sustainable landscapes:
    Common yarrow (achillea millefolium): Low-growing perennial with flowers that attract butterflies, moths and “good bugs.”
    Manzanita (arctostaphylos species): Its iconic white-to-pink flowers are an essential nectar source for hummingbirds in the winter.
    Coyote brush (baccharis pilularis): Low-growing, evergreen plant is a pollinator magnet.
    Ceanothus (i
  • Heisler: In Clippers’ biggest achievement, they’re no longer the local laughingstock

    It was fun while it lasted … for one team in town, anyway.
    In an irony we should be getting used to by now, it was the Clippers who had all the fun in the 2018-19 season, likely as it is to end Wednesday against the Warriors, whom few ever doubted were massively superior.
    The now-defunct Lakers’ experience ceased being fun months ago, becoming disappointing and finally getting a lot worse than that.
    Try shocked, dismayed and overwhelmed after Magic Johnson bolted, showing how leader
  • Theater review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ stays grounded, looks backward and forward

    A train pulls into a station, and a young man wearing a red hooded sweatshirt and carrying a book steps off and gazes around. That’s not the usual start of “Fiddler on the Roof,” but it’s how director Bartlett Sher begins his revival of this musical.
    That man could be the great-great-grandson of Tevye, the Jewish father of five daughters who is at the center of this musical. The man pulls off the hoodie, dons a cap and reveals the knotted fringes of a prayer shawl. And no
  • Orange County girls athlete of the week: Terra Goetz, Dana Hills

    The Orange County girls athlete of the week:
    Name: Terra GoetzSchool: Dana Hills
    Sport: Softball
    Year: Senior
    Noteworthy: The senior bound for NAIA William Jessup University in Rocklin allowed only two earned runs in posting consecutive complete-game victories against then-No. 9 Aliso Niguel to help the Dolphins clinch at least a share of the South Coast League title. Goetz struck out four with one walk in 4-2 and 6-1 triumphs to improve to 5-0 in league.
  • Coachella 2019: 25 photos of some of the best fashion we saw at Coachella

    The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a pretty fashionable place and our team spotted a lot of fashionable people.
    Check out our favorite fashion portraits from Coachella 2019.
    Sign up for our Festival Pass newsletter. Whether you are a Coachella lifer or prefer to watch from afar, get weekly dispatches during the Southern California music festival season. Subscribe here.
    Destiny Lara, of Los Angeles during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio o
  • JSerra distance runner Herold commits to UCLA

    JSerra senior distance runner Peter Herold committed to UCLA, JSerra coach Martin Dugard announced on Twitter.
    Herold won the 1600 and 3200 at the Orange County Championships earlier this month.
  • Four-way tie for first in Orange Coast League baseball

    The four teams, all with 8-5 league records: Calvary Chapel; Costa Mesa; Estancia; and Santa Ana. Orange is 7-6 (Saddleback is 0-13).
    Tuesday’s schedule: Calvary Chapel at Costa Mesa; Orange at Santa Ana; Estancia at Saddleback. Those teams play each other again Wednesday, with visitor/home reverse (Calvary Chapel plays home games at TeWinkle Park in Costa Mesa).
    Thursday is an open date should an additional game, or additional games, be required to break ties.
  • Temecula resolution would declare socialism ‘serious threat’ to U.S. Constitution

    The Temecula City Council on Tuesday night, April 23, will consider a resolution declaring that socialism “inherently conflicts” with the U.S. Constitution and calling on elected officials to “reaffirm” their commitment to the Constitution by passing similar measures.
    Local Democrats are organizing opposition to the resolution, which will be discussed at the regular council meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. at Temecula City Hall, 41000 Main St.
    The resolution comes at the requ
  • Temecula resolution declares socialism a “serious threat” to U.S. Constitution

    The Temecula City Council on Tuesday night, April 23, will consider a resolution declaring that socialism “inherently conflicts” with the U.S. Constitution and calling on elected officials to “reaffirm” their commitment to the Constitution by passing similar measures.
    Local Democrats are organizing opposition to the resolution, which will be discussed at the regular council meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. at Temecula City Hall, 41000 Main St.
    The resolution comes at the requ
  • Coachella 2019: Our 50 best photos from Weekend 2

    With the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival behind us, our team of photographers captured some stunning images of the music, the art, the fashion people, the fashion and, of everything else from the fest. Here are the 50 best photos from Coachella 2019 Weekend 2, as selected by photographers behind the lens.
    And if you want to look through more, here are our 50 best photos from Weekend 1.
    Sign up for our Festival Pass newsletter. Whether you are a Coachella lifer or prefer to wat
  • It’s spring cleaning time — I need a wife!

    Who sez?
    Every magazine and nudge states it’s that time of year. To clean or wear thigh-high boots up to the neck to avoid a fungus from forming on my adorable body as I meander through my manor.
    Let’s face it, cleaning or straightening up is a thankless job. It’s kind of like putting beads on a string, without a knot at the end. I once dusted and the dust came back. Fool me once … hmm — I will not fall for that deceit again.
    This is the time of year when I wish I

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