• Fryer and Albano file their North Hills League report

    This is part of the OCVarsity Kickoff 2017 preview for the high school football season.
    Steve Fryer and Dan Albano share their insights and predictions on each of the county’s leagues.
    2016 standingsEl Modena       3-0Brea Olinda     2-1El Dorado        1-2Esperanza       0-3
    DAN ALBANOOutlook: El Modena doesn’t appear to have an Orange County standout like Dillon Keefe, but the Vanguards still
  • Fryer and Albano file their Pacific Coast League report

    This is part of the OCVarsity Kickoff 2017 preview for the high school football season.
    Steve Fryer and Dan Albano share their insights and predictions on each of the county’s leagues.
    2016 standingsCorona del Mar    5-0Beckman             4-1University            2-3Woodbridge        2-3Irvine                  1-4Northwood  
  • Fryer and Albano file their Orange Coast League report

    This is part of the OCVarsity Kickoff 2017 preview for the high school football season.
    Steve Fryer and Dan Albano share their insights and predictions on each of the county’s leagues.
    2016 standingsGodinez              5-0Laguna Beach    4-1Calvary Chapel  3-2Saddleback        1-4Estancia             1-4Costa Mesa        1-4
    DAN ALBANOOutlook:
  • Fryer and Albano file their Orange League report

    This is part of the OCVarsity Kickoff 2017 preview for the high school football season.
    Steve Fryer and Dan Albano share their insights and predictions on each of the county’s leagues.
    2016 standingsKatella                    5-0Santa Ana Valley    4-1Anaheim                 2-3Magnolia                2-3Savanna      
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  • Fryer and Albano file their Golden West League report

    This is part of the OCVarsity Kickoff 2017 preview for the high school football season.
    Steve Fryer and Dan Albano share their insights and predictions on each of the county’s leagues.
    2016 standingsSanta Ana          5-0Segerstrom        4-1Westminster      3-2Orange              2-3Ocean View      1-4Loara              
  • OCVarsity Video: Orange Lutheran ready to test its new offense vs. La Mirada

    Check out our video from Orange Lutheran’s football practice on Tuesday, Aug. 22.
    The sixth-ranked Lancers open their season Friday, Aug. 25, with a new head coach, JP Presley, and a new offense, the spread.
    The Lancers are excited about these changes, but they know they face a tough challenge in their opener: La Mirada, which beat them a year ago.
    In the video, OCVarsity’s Zach Cavanagh interviews Presley, quarterback Ryan Hilinski and wide receiver Kyle Ford.
  • Whicker: Long night’s journey ends well for Angels’ Kaleb Cowart

    Los Angeles Angels’ Kaleb Cowart watches his three-run home run against the Texas Rangers during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)The Los Angeles Angels Kaleb Cowart rounds the bases after his three-run home run against the Texas Rangers during the fifth inning at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)Fans watch as a home run by the Los Angeles An
  • Nneka Ogwumike leads Sparks to 75-55 win over Stars

    LOS ANGELES — Nneka Ogwumike had 22 points and 14 rebounds, helping the Sparks beat the San Antonio Stars, 75-55, in a WNBA game on Tuesday night at Staples Center.
    Chelsea Gray added 17 points for the Sparks (22-8), who have won three straight and nine of 11.
    “All wins are good especially this time of year because we’re trying to finish with one of these top two seeds,” Sparks coach Brian Agler said. “Really pleased with how we played defensively tonight. We c
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  • Police are shooting a shocking number of people’s pets

    There have been numerous high-profile examples of law enforcement officers killing people after using a questionable, or obviously unjustified, amount of force. Much less attention has been paid, however, to the unwarranted use of force in killing people’s pets, whom many consider to be members of their family, and whose unnecessary deaths cause nearly as much grief and anguish.
    The numbers of animals killed during police encounters is shockingly high. The actual number is unknown –
  • Huntington Beach homebuying takes slight dip in first quarter

    Homebuying in Huntington Beach in 2017’s first half could not keep pace with countywide sales activity.
    Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns from the six months ended in June vs. the first half of 2016.
    Sales in Huntington Beach fell as 1,038 residences sold through June vs. 1,055 in 2016. That’s a loss of 1.6 percent vs. a 2.2 percent gain countywide.
    Neighborhood trends in Huntington Beach from the CoreLogic report:
    Huntington Beach ZIP code 92646 — 346 homes sold
  • Albert Pujols slugs his way past Sammy Sosa with home run in Angels’ 10-1 win

    The Los Angeles Angels Kole Calhoun hits a double off the wall for two RBI’s against the Texas Rangers during the fourth inning at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)The Los Angeles Angels Kaleb Cowart is congratulated in the dugout after his three-run home run against the Texas Rangers during the fifth inning at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Regi
  • Angels’ Albert Pujols hits 610th home run, breaking tie with Sammy Sosa for foreign-born record

    ANAHEIM — Albert Pujols is the most prodigious foreign-born slugger in major league history.
    Pujols’ three-run homer in the seventh inning of Tuesday’s game against the Texas Rangers was the 610th of his career and gave him sole possession of the foreign-born record. Pujols had moved into a tie with Sammy Sosa, both born in the Dominican Republic, for the mark with a homer against the Orioles last week in Baltimore.
    Pujols is now alone in eighth place on the career home ru
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  • Newport Harbor center Jackson Westerman commits to UCLA

    Newport Harbor water polo center Jackson Westerman has committed to UCLA, the senior and Sailors coach Ross Sinclair confirmed Tuesday night.
    Westerman is a powerful center who at 2 meters can score, draw exclusions and establish deep position that helps create space for an offense.
    He joins a growing list of O.C. players who have committed to UCLA. The Bruins’ haul from the class of 2018 also includes Orange Lutheran’s Ash Molthen and Matt Kacura and Huntington Beach’s Jake Ca
  • VIDEO: UFC Dana White talks about Jon Jones’ failed drug test at UFC 214

    UFC President Dana White and Jeff Novitzky, UFC Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance, talk to the media about the latest on Jon Jones and the failed drug test.
    Related Articles Reports: UFC’s Jon Jones tested positive for steroids, expected to be stripped of title UFC 214 one day later — all Jon Jones, all the time Jon Jones returns to the UFC and records spectacular victory over Daniel Cormier It was reported Tuesday that Jones tested positive for a substance follo
  • Substance found in Santa Ana jail cell determined to be a narcotic

    SANTA ANA — A substance discovered in a cell at Central Men’s Jail on Tuesday night was found to be a narcotic after Orange County Fire Authority’s hazardous materials crew investigated, authorities said.
    An inmate in the jail cell was transferred for an unknown medical condition to a local hospital at about 6:15 p.m. After the patient was removed, jail officers searched the cell and found a small unknown substance that prompted the call for a hazmat evaluation, OCFA Capt. Larr
  • Rented Duffy boat slams into Newport Island Bridge; 6 passengers unharmed

    NEWPORT BEACH — Six people on a rented Duffy boat slammed it into the Newport Island Bridge on Tuesday night and got the boat stuck, authorities said.
    The Newport Beach Fire Department was dispatched at about 8:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 22, for a boat stuck under the bridge, Battalion Chief Brian McDonough said. When they arrived, a citizen on a paddleboard had already begun to pull people off the boat and onto his paddleboard and bring them to shore, McDonough said.
    Fire officials continue
  • Angels Notes: Teammates, coaches marvel after Andrelton Simmons makes dangerous play look easy

    ANAHEIM — Andrelton Simmons produced another Andrelton Simmons Moment on Monday.
    This one happened so quickly, it was easy to miss. In the top of the third inning, Texas Rangers batter Robinson Chirinos struck a line drive to left field. The Angels’ left fielder, Cameron Maybin, tried hard to hold Chirinos to a single as he retrieved the ball a few steps in front of the warning track. His throw to Simmons, the cutoff man, traveled 192 feet according to MLB’s Statcast technology
  • Man shot, killed by police in Encino believed to be suspect in murder, child abduction

    A suspect shot by Los Angeles police officers Tuesday evening who later died from his injuries is believed to be the suspect in a murder and child abduction that took place in Santa Barbara County Monday, authorities said.
    The shooting happened about 6:45 p.m. in the 5500 block of Lindley Avenue near Killion Street in Encino, according to Los Angeles Police Department Officer Mike Lopez.
    Konstantin Morozov, 48, was being sought by authorities in connection to the murder of his wife and the abduc
  • Wolf: USC freshman class ready for immediate roles

    LOS ANGELES — USC’s freshman class finally met the media Tuesday as they prepare for immediate roles when the Trojans play host to Western Michigan in the season opener on Sept. 2.
    Tailback Stephen Carr, the most impressive first-year skill player, might return the opening kickoff, a role not normally reserved for a 210-pound player. But Carr is not an average tailback, since he combines size and speed.
    “That would be lovely (to return kickoffs),” Carr said. “Hopefu
  • Fryer and Albano file their San Joaquin League report

    OCVarsity Kickoff 2017: The Register has put together its annual preview for the upcoming high school football season.
    In the coming days we’ll have previews online of every team and league in Orange County, plus much more, including our O.C. Hot 150 rankings of the top players in the county.
    For the league reports, we have OCVarsity’s Steve Fryer and Dan Albano giving their insights and predictions for the upcoming season.
    2016 standingsSaddleback Valley Ch
  • UCLA prepares for move to shady Rose Bowl sideline

    LOS ANGELES — To celebrate the end of training camp, UCLA  coach Jim Mora gave his players two days off. After 17 practices in 18 days, they welcomed the down time. With only a week and a half left until their season opener against Texas A&M, there might not be many other opportunities to rest.
    The Bruins are caught between training camp and game week. They haven’t fully entered game-week mode, but practices will start to include some simulated scout-team periods.
    On Sunday,
  • Rangers at Angels: Wednesday game time, TV channel and starting pitchers

    When: 7 p.m.
    Where: Angel Stadium
    TV: Fox Sports West, ESPN
    vs. Rangers: 1-1, 5.23 ERA
    At Angel Stadium: 3-3, 4.29 ERA
    Hates to face: Elvis Andrus, 3 for 5, double
    Loves to face: Rougned Odor, 1 for 5, single
    vs. Angels: 1-0, 2.70 ERA
    At Angel Stadium: 1-0, 3.86 ERA
    Hates to face: Luis Valbuena, 1 for 3, double
    Loves to face: Ben Revere, 0 for 5
    Thursday: Rangers LHP Martin
  • Whicker: Yusmeiro Petit gives Angels relief, searches for his own

    ANAHEIM — The first airplane Yusmeiro Petit ever boarded took him to Williamsport.
    He was 12 years old, playing for Coquivacoa,which represented Venezuela. No Venezuelan team had ever won the Little League World Series, although teams from Maracaibo had been there.
    Petit was a backup second baseman, not a pitcher, back then, a little guy who was teased as the team mascot. He played four innings in the final, which Venezuela won, 1-0, over a Northridge team that featured future USC and NFL
  • Week 0 football schedule (Aug. 24-26)

    The schedule for the Orange County high school football games Aug. 24-26.
    WEEK 0
    THURSDAY, AUG. 24Cypress vs. Woodbridge at Western HighPasadena at Buena ParkLos Amigos vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda HighPoinciana (Fla.) vs. Whittier Christian at Kissimmee, Fla., 6 p.m.
    FRIDAY, AUG. 25Los Alamitos vs. Long Beach Poly at Veterans Stadium, Long BeachCorona del Mar vs. JSerra at Newport Harbor HighMater Dei at Bishop AmatOrange Lutheran at La MiradaPacifica at Trabuco HillsValencia at Capistrano
  • Dodgers overcome short start from Brock Stewart to beat Pirates, 8-5

    Los Angeles Dodgers’ Chris Taylor drives in Yasiel Puig, right, on third with a base hit during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)Los Angeles Dodgers starter Brock Stewart pitches against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the first inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)Los Angeles Dodgers starter Brock Stewart pitches against the Pittsburgh Pir
  • Police release photos of vehicle driven by suspected killers of Garden Grove man

    GARDEN GROVE – Police on Tuesday, Aug. 22, released surveillance photos of a car they believe was used by two people linked to the killing of a Garden Grove man earlier this month.
    The photos were taken around 10 p.m. Aug. 6, in the parking lot of a Bank of America, at 13952 Brookhurst Street, shortly before 35-year-old Minh Le Anh Pham of Garden Grove was robbed and gunned down after making an ATM withdrawal, Lt. Carl Whitney said.
    The Garden Grove police dept. released a photo
  • Tuesday’s Orange County scores and stats

    This is where you can find the scores and stats for the Orange County high school games Tuesday, Aug. 22.
    Savanna 306, Bellflower 310Medalist: Torres (S) 55
    Yorba Linda 227, Orange Lutheran 237Medalist: Zhang (OL) 38. (YL) Ko 42
    California 288, Fullerton 295Medalist: Guardado (F)
    Huntington Beach 220, Trabuco Hills 235Medalist: Bjorka (TH) 36. (HB) Betancourt 37
    University 203, Tesoro 210Medalist: Young (Tes) 35
    Esperanza 231, Canyon 248Medalist: Toigo (E) 42. (C) Ridges 44
    San Clemen
  • Cheerleading is starting school year as a CIF-regulated sport

    Sweat drips on the mat. Industrial fans churn. The air inside the gym is stifling, suffocating.
    Several El Dorado High teammates complain of sore ankles – sprains, twists, jams – and one checks her nose for blood after catching an elbow and crashing to the floor.
    Welcome to hell week, cheerleading style.
    The world of competitive high school cheer can be brutal and intense, on par with the football games where pompom-carrying squads still fulfill their traditional role.
    “We work
  • “No bubble” in Southern California, says luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers

    Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers told Wall Street analysts it sees no bubble brewing in the Southern California housing markets.
    Toll CEO Douglas Yearly said on Tuesday, Aug. 22, during a conference call with the investment community that the region’s housing market is healthy and “there are really no signs of a bubble or of issues.” Yearly explained his confidence by citing tough mortgage-making standards; strong economic growth and jobs creation; few investors buying new
  • Breitling air show seeks financial boost from city of Huntington Beach

    Positive feedback from the public, patriotic pride and big thumbs ups from the government are great, but they don’t pay the bills.
    As a result, a year after launch, the “Breitling Huntington Beach Air Show” is in deep financial straits and scrambling to figure out how to cover a projected $350,000 shortfall as it prepares for its second outing in late September.
    On Monday, Aug. 21, organizers of the event went to the Huntington Beach City Council to ask for help cover
  • Tuffy hits Wall Street to promote CSUF’s financial planning program

    Three representatives of Cal State Fullerton were among those cheering as confetti spilled down July 18 at Nasdaq’s closing bell.
    Associate professor of finance David Nanigian, business administration senior Saba Afridi and Tuffy Titan traveled to New York City to celebrate CSUF’s Financial Planning Program receiving TD Ameritrade’s NextGen Established Program Grant.
    The $50,000 grant is aimed at boosting awareness of career prospects in financial planning and encouraging unive
  • New Aliso Viejo middle school principal enjoys first day at school

    Don Juan Avila Middle School’s new principal Manoj Mahindrakar initiates a group high five on the Aliso Viejo school ground on Tuesday, Aug. 22. He asks students if there’s anything they need and wants them to feel comfortable approaching him. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)Manoj Mahindrakar walks the Don Juan Avila Middle School grounds and in a friendly manner introduces himself as the Aliso Viejo school’s new principal on Tuesday, Aug. 22. He previousl
  • Dodgers Notes: Alex Wood joins Yu Darvish and Clayton Kershaw on the DL

    PITTSBURGH – As the Dodgers roll along with the best record in baseball and a shot at the best record in major-league history, they will do so without their three best starting pitchers.
    One night after revealing he has been dealing with the same sternoclavicular joint inflammation that landed him on the DL earlier this season, left-hander Alex Wood went back to the 10-day DL. Like Yu Darvish (back spasms) before him, Wood is expected to miss just one start.
    “If we were three games u
  • Saddleback College to offer helping hand to children, veterans

    Pardis Khodadoostan, a Saddleback College student, models a prototype of a prosthetic hand at Saddleback College. The college is teaming up with Swift Engineering of San Clemente to build two prosthetic hands for children in need. (Courtesy of Saddleback College)Glen Stevenson, department chair for the advanced manufacturing program, goes over designs for prosthetic hands with students and faculty at Saddleback College. (Courtesy of Saddleback College)One of the protoypes for the prosthetic hand
  • U.S. timeline for Afghanistan lengthens further

    After a long review of America’s disappointing military strategy in Afghanistan, President Trump announced a new plan that’s light on details and heavy on familiar messaging.
    It’s a far cry from the big change many in the administration — and many Americans — had been pulling for. With a few shifts in rhetoric, Trump’s address unveiling the plan could have come from Hillary Clinton, or perhaps even Barack Obama.
    It’s hard to trust Trump and his generals
  • Here’s where Southern California Assembly members stand on ‘sanctuary state’ bill

    A bill that would further limit interactions between California law enforcement agencies and federal immigration agents is getting a mixed reception from Southern California Assembly members, with at least several still undecided.
    The bill, SB 54, passed the state Senate in April. It awaits action in the Assembly, which reconvened this week and will stay in session until mid-September.
    Known as the California Values Act or “the sanctuary state bill,” the legislation seeks to largely
  • Chita Rivera, Branford Marsalis, Arturo Sandoval coming to Irvine Barclay Theatre this season

    The Irvine Barclay Theater, which opened in 1990, recently underwent some turbulent years as it changed presidents. (Photo courtesy IBT)At 750 seats, the Barclay fits nicely into a niche in Orange County — not too big, not too small. It’s the only quality theater of its size in O.C. (Photo courtesy IBT)Chita Rivera and Tommy Tune will present an evening of cabaret this season at the Barclay. (Photo courtesy IBT)The Barclay is undergoing some much-needed modernization. It has c
  • Law enforcement not sufficient to fight terror in Europe

    The latest terror attack perpetrated by the Islamic State — this time against the civilians of Barcelona — makes two harsh facts painfully clear. First, the strategy of confronting international terrorism as a global policing problem just isn’t working well enough. Second, the necessary strategic shift toward treating it as more of a military conflict requires European leadership.
    Although it will not be easy for Western leaders and peoples to face up to these facts and change,
  • Report: Cavaliers, Celtics agree on trade involving Kyrie Irving, Isaiah Thomas

    CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to swap All-Star point guards with the Boston Celtics, sending Kyrie Irving to Boston in exchange for a package headlined by Isaiah Thomas, The Vertical first reported on Tuesday afternoon.
    In addition to Thomas, the Cavaliers get forward Jae Crowder, center Ante Zizic and the rights to Brooklyn’s 2018 first-round pick, the report said.
    Irving asked Cavs owner Dan Gilbert to trade him earlier this summer and Cleveland has been looking f
  • School bells ring again on Tustin Unified campuses

    Principal Lauren Steinmann, center, greets a kindergarten student outside her classroom on the first day of school at Loma Vista Elementary School in the Tustin Unified School District on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG)Kindergarten student Rebecca Torres poses for a photo for her grandmother, Clarisa Santos, left, outside her classroom on the first day of school at Loma Vista Elementary School in the Tustin Unified School District on Tuesday, Augu
  • Curate Your Home Like This Artsy Abode in Corona del Mar

    A series of contemporary photographs are juxtaposed with an abstract, acrylic on canvas work in similar hues. (Photo courtesy of D for Design)The artistic arrangement of pillows and candles reflects the colors in the serigraph and pochoir watercolor work by artist Larry Zox. (Photo courtesy of D for Design)The bold pops of color and warm, natural tones in this room play off the red painting and gold leaf on wood sculpture. (Photo courtesy of D for Design)Leading up to the door is a black slate a
  • McConnell, in private, doubts if Trump can save presidency

    By Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin
    The relationship between President Donald Trump and Sen. Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has disintegrated to the point that they have not spoken to each other in weeks, and McConnell has privately expressed uncertainty that Trump will be able to salvage his administration after a series of summer crises.
    What was once an uneasy governing alliance has curdled into a feud of mutual resentment and sometimes outright hostility, complicated by t
  • High school schedule: Thursday, Aug. 24

    The Orange County high school schedule for Thursday, Aug. 24
    FOOTBALLAll games 7 p.m. unless notedPasadena at Buena Park, Los Amigos vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda, Woodbridge vs. Cypress at Western, Whittier Christian at Poinciana (6 p.m.)
    GIRLS GOLFCalifornia at Fullerton, Brea Olinda at Edison, Huntington Beach at Trabuco Hills, Mater Dei at Mission Viejo, Los Alamitos at Cerritos
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALLWhittier Christian at Ontario Christian, Century at Orange, Lakewood Tournament (Yorba Linda, C
  • Mayweather-McGregor fight on pace to break pay-per-view records

    Conor McGregor has his hands wrapped before a media workout Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, in Las Vegas. McGregor is scheduled to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a boxing match Saturday, Aug. 26 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)Conor McGregor reacts during a media workout Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, in Las Vegas. McGregor is scheduled to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a boxing match Saturday, Aug. 26 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)Conor McGregor trains during a media workout Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, in La
  • 12 ways to save some cash at the 2017 LA County Fair

    Want to go to the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona, Sept. 1 to Sept. 24? Regular daily admission for adults costs $20, and parking is $15. Here’s how to cut the cost:
    1. Get a season pass: Right now, pay just $29.99 for a season pass that will get you in every day the fair is in session. A season parking pass costs $60 more. Two season passes and one season parking cost $119.98 total.
    2. Buy a $5 Passport to Savings booklet: It will give you more than $1,000 in savings, including a free a
  • Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo features action, food, music, charity and cowboy heritage

    Whether you’re a hardcore rodeo fan or you’ve never been to one, this weekend’s is the one to see. Why not mosey over to the 17th annual Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo and have a look?
    Thirty of the top talents from the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association will compete Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 26-27, in a charity event designed to celebrate Orange County’s cowboy heritage.
    Offering more than $175,000 in prize money, the rodeo will feature bareback riding, saddle bronc ridin
  • Buena Park leaders to consider removal of well-known Movieland Wax Museum sign

    BUENA PARK – A longtime fixture of this city’s entertainment corridor may soon disappear, as city leaders weigh the removal of the iconic Movieland Wax Museum sign.
    The Buena Park City Council on Tuesday night will discuss plans for an 84-foot-tall monument sign for the new Butterfly Palladium, which would require the removal of the Movieland sign.
    Buena Park leaders are considering the removal of the iconic Movieland Wax Museum Sign. (Joshua Sudock, Orange County Register/SCNG file)
  • Singles calendar for Aug. 25-31

    Today, Aug. 25
    Cornerstone bowling: Senior fun and prizes. Check in at 12:30 p.m. for free practice. Ask for Bobbie to bowl with Cornerstone singles. 1 p.m. weekly. Forest Lanes, 22771 Centre Drive, Lake Forest. $11 for three games.
    Orange County Singles for Christ: Come enjoy a hot dinner at 6 p.m. Worship starts at 7:30 p.m. Welcoming all age groups. After service, hang around until midnight and meet other singles who share a desire to follow Christ. $6. 3186 Pullman St., Costa Mesa. 949-215-2
  • Why the once-famed footprints of USC All-Americans are stuck in a warehouse

    Brice Taylor’s footprint are currently displayed at the McKay Center.The footprints of USC All-American have been saved in storage facility on campus.Frank Gifford places his footprints in cement during halftime of a 1958 basketball game. (USC News Service contributed photo)Bill Sharman has his footprints saved in cement as part of a USC tradition in the 1940s and 50s. (USC photo)Show Caption of Expand
    LOS ANGELES — USC is known for its traditions. Football jerseys never have last na
  • Trump will not pardon former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio at Phoenix rally, White House says

    By David Nakamura
    President Donald Trump will not move to pardon former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio during the president’s campaign rally in Phoenix on Tuesday, a White House spokeswoman said.
    “There will be no discussion of that today at any point, and no action will be taken on that front at any point today,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters traveling with Trump on Air Force One.
    Trump had said in an interview with Fox News last week that he wa

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