• Orange County Coastkeeper founder Garry Brown honored with ‘Hero Award’

    Orange County Coastkeeper founder Garry Brown honored with ‘Hero Award’
    When Garry Brown started to turn his attention toward the environment two decades ago, Southern California was a much different place when it came to caring for the coast.
    “People said Orange County would never support a full-time environmental organization,” said Brown, founder and executive director of Orange County Coastkeeper. “I’m not saying they were against it, they just didn’t talk about it. There was a feeling, if you talked too much about the environment,
  • Enrollment in LAX Global Entry for bypassing customs is starting up again

    Enrollment in LAX Global Entry for bypassing customs is starting up again
    LOS ANGELES — U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced plans Friday to reopen the Los Angeles International Airport Global Entry Enrollment Center early next month, but only for conditionally approve applicants.
    Beginning July 6, conditionally approved Global Entry applicants will be able to complete in-person interviews, and applicants must schedule enrollment center interviews in advance via the applicant’s Trusted Traveler Programs account.
    The Global Entry program allows expe
  • Former Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles arrested in Florida

    Former Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles arrested in Florida
    Once a promising part of the Dodgers’ roster, Andrew Toles’ struggles with personal problems has apparently left him living on the streets in Florida.
    According to a report in the Miami Herald, the 28-year-old Toles was jailed Monday when police found him sleeping behind a Federal Express building at the Key West airport. Police officials said Toles was given several opportunities to leave the area but he refused and was arrested.
    The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office’s repo
  • UStrive pivots from T-shirts to nearly 2 million masks, gowns

    UStrive pivots from T-shirts to nearly 2 million masks, gowns
    UStrive Manufacturing knows a thing or two about reinvention and the company learned it on the fly.
    It began two months ago when Kaiser Permanente asked the Los Angeles-based maker of high-end, organic T-shirts to produce 500,000 general-purpose and clinical-use masks for its front-line healthcare workers battling COVID-19.
    UStrive had been shut for a week in response to the pandemic, but the company was able to pivot quickly, according to founder and President Scott Wilson.
    “We got the ca
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  • Jazz saxophone player draws crowd around his Fullerton house

    Jazz saxophone player draws crowd around his Fullerton house
    The couple danced beneath the sax man’s front window.
    At first, Joe Lawton, 85, didn’t know the couple was there. He was merely practicing in his living room, confined to his home by the lockdown order, when he decided to open the window and let his tenor melodies flow out into the evening. The couple had been walking in their Fullerton neighborhood, then suddenly they were caught up in the bossa nova.
    Lawton, a sax man from way way back, heard a knock at the front door. It was Joe
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Beckman tennis coach wishes there could be a league-wide send-off for seniors

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Beckman tennis coach wishes there could be a league-wide send-off for seniors
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Nick Friendt, Beckman tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: It’s tough. It takes a new adjustment and routine. I miss kids in the classroom and athletes on the court.
    Q: As a coac
  • CVS opens new coronavirus testing sites in Anaheim, Huntington Park, Inglewood and Long Beach

    CVS opens new coronavirus testing sites in Anaheim, Huntington Park, Inglewood and Long Beach
    LOS ANGELES — CVS Health is expanding its COVID-19 no-cost testing program by adding 35 more test sites Friday at select CVS Pharmacy drive-thrus across California — including four locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties — amid a surge in new coronavirus cases.
    The opening of additional test sites adds to the 107 locations previously opened statewide, 45 of them in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
    The nearly 200 additional test sites opening across the country this week ar
  • State policies slow California’s economic rebound

    State policies slow California’s economic rebound
    Several new economic reports confirm the anecdotal evidence: California’s recovery from the coronavirus shutdowns will be a long and difficult process — much slower than the recoveries taking place in most other states. Data suggests that the state’s annual unemployment rate will be at 10.5 percent after experiencing a 16.4-percent jobless rate in May.
    “California’s economic recovery is slower than all states but New York,” according to a new study from the Un
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  • Alexander: Are the Dodgers built for this 60-game sprint?

    Alexander: Are the Dodgers built for this 60-game sprint?
    This will be the most unusual season in Dodgers history. And while that may not set them apart from everyone else in Pandemic Baseball, they do have a higher bar to clear. Remember, this franchise has been around since 1884, and it has given us three men on third base in Brooklyn in 1926 and two runners tagged out at home on the same play 80 years later in a playoff game in New York.
    But each team about to prepare for this mad 60-game sprint to the finish has its own issues and concerns, and the
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Crean Lutheran tennis coach would love to set up seniors-only tournament for Empire League players

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Crean Lutheran tennis coach would love to set up seniors-only tournament for Empire League players
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Patrick Young, Crean Lutheran tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: It was very difficult. We have four elementary grade kids and on-line learning was not easy for any of us — thi
  • Porn star Ron Jeremy pleads not guilty to rape charges, remains in LA jail

    Porn star Ron Jeremy pleads not guilty to rape charges, remains in LA jail
    LOS ANGELES — Adult film star Ron Jeremy pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of raping three women and sexually assaulting another in separate attacks dating back to 2014.
    The 67-year-old defendant — whose real name is Ronald Jeremy Hyatt — was ordered to remain jailed in lieu of $6.6 million bail, despite a defense request to lower the amount which had been set shortly before he was taken into custody Tuesday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom.
    He was charged Monday with thr
  • Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (June 18-26)

    Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (June 18-26)
    Restaurants and other food vendors ordered to close and allowed to reopen by Orange County health inspectors from June 18 to June 26:
    The Den Cafe, 2930 Bristol St., Suite B-102, Costa MesaClosed: June 25
    Reason: Cockroach infestationMariscos Zamoras, 3701 W. McFadden Ave., Suite H, Santa AnaClosed: June 24
    Reason: Cockroach infestation
    Reopened: June 25I Can Barbecue, 414 W. 4th St., Santa AnaClosed: June 24
    Reason: Rodent infestation
    Reopened: June 25Kensho, 9550 Bolsa Ave., Suite 125 , Westmi
  • Albertsons falters in debut as $800 million IPO disappoints

    Albertsons falters in debut as $800 million IPO disappoints
    By Crystal Tse and Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg
    Albertsons Cos. emerged from 14 years of private ownership by Cerberus Capital Management with a whimper Friday, as its shares failed to take off after a shrunken initial public offering.
    The stock opened in New York at $15.50, each having priced at $16, below the targeted price range of $18 to $20. Private equity firm Cerberus and other backers of the supermarket chain sold just 50 million shares to raise $800 million, having earlier offered 65.8 mill
  • First California theme park set to reopen — without rides

    First California theme park set to reopen — without rides
    The first theme park in California to reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered parks for months will swing open its gates without one key ingredient: rides.
    Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo will reopen the Marine World Experience with reduced capacity in time for the Fourth of July holiday.
    Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Southern California’s theme parks. Subscribe here.
    SEE ALSO: Disneyland and Disney World to rem
  • Casino Insider: Hustler Casino in Gardena reopens

    Casino Insider: Hustler Casino in Gardena reopens
    Casino Insider is a weekly newsletter with all the best bets for food, entertainment and fun at Southern California’s casinos. It’s delivered to your inbox on Thursdays. Subscribe now.Now that all of the tribal casinos in Southern California have reopened, we’re starting to see the reopening of card rooms.
    Hustler Casino in Gardena reopened Friday, June 19 — that’s the day Los Angeles County card rooms, bars, nail salons and tattoo parlors were a
  • Want a Starbucks? $6.9 million gets you one in Fullerton

    Want a Starbucks? $6.9 million gets you one in Fullerton
    Want a Starbucks? That will be $6.9 million, please!
    The land under a just-built, 3,000-square-foot standalone Starbucks coffee shop in Fullerton is on the market, says the brokerage JLL Capital Markets. The property at 1101 South Harbor Blvd. was previously home to a Denny’s.
    The buyer will get ownership of nearly an acre of land that’s across the street from the Costco-anchored Fullerton Town Center. The property has a larger-than-typical Starbucks on it, with a big plus: the drive
  • Coronavirus increase silences Long Beach’s Big Bang on the Bay fireworks show

    Coronavirus increase silences Long Beach’s Big Bang on the Bay fireworks show
    The last slim chance of a 2020 Big Bang on the Bay fireworks show has been swept away by an increase in coronavirus cases.
    The massive fireworks show, held annually over Long Beach’s Alamitos Bay on the eve of Independence Day, will not go forward, city officials announced this week. The reasons, according to City Manager Tom Modica, are two fold: First, a ban remains on large gatherings, as a way to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Second, the number of cases of COVID-19, th
  • Let’s have fewer statues and less public mayhem

    Let’s have fewer statues and less public mayhem
    SACRAMENTO – If you think America’s statue battles are at a fever pitch, then consider the battles that Europeans have waged over statues following the demise of the totalitarian Soviet regime.
    During the 1956 Hungarian Uprising, a group of students destroyed Budapest’s monument to Joseph Stalin. Soviet forces quashed the revolution, but eventually the post-communist government erected a statue to Imre Nagy, who was a hero of the uprising. That wasn’t the end of the story
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: El Toro track coach inspired by how the team handled difficult situation

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: El Toro track coach inspired by how the team handled difficult situation
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Ken Chai, El Toro track and field
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: I have to say, it has not been easy. I did not realize how much the team meant to me and how much of my time was spent o
  • A spike in known COVID-19 cases doesn’t warrant another shutdown

    A spike in known COVID-19 cases doesn’t warrant another shutdown
    The number of confirmed coronavirus cases is surging in areas across the country and California is one of the hotspots.
    As restaurants, retail stores, personal service shops are gradually opening, headlines like “California hits greatest seven-day average of new coronavirus cases yet” may induce businesses to have second thoughts.
    Thankfully, Governor Newsom has started to follow the science. The goal of “flattening the curve” was intended to give hospitals enough time to
  • Santa Ana opens basketball courts, other park amenities shut down due to coronavirus

    Santa Ana opens basketball courts, other park amenities shut down due to coronavirus
    Most park amenities in Santa Ana, including Memorial Park pool, soon will reopen.
    Beginning Monday, June 29, residents can use outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, handball courts and lawn bowling greens in the city’s parks. Parking lots, restrooms and grass areas for general recreation and fitness activities, as well as sports fields (by permit; for youth sports practices), also will reopen. Memorial Park pool will open for recreational swimming at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m and 3:30 p.m
  • Anaheim police officer charged with lying about driver consenting to car search

    Anaheim police officer charged with lying about driver consenting to car search
    An Anaheim police officer was charged this week for filing a false police report and perjury stemming from an April 2018 traffic stop, authorities said Friday.
    Dillon Avila, 28, faces two felony counts after he claimed on a police report that the driver in the traffic stop consented to a vehicle search, though body camera footage showed that was not true, officials said.
    Avila also testified in court that the driver had consented to the search, according to the Orange County District Attorney&rs
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Godinez tennis coach says ‘losing touch with my athletes was really tough’

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Godinez tennis coach says ‘losing touch with my athletes was really tough’
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Heriberto Cortez, Godinez tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: Trying to work out from home, adapting a few exercises that players can use at home. Trying to stay busy and not sit idle
  • Recipes: How to celebrate the Fourth of July around the grill

    Recipes: How to celebrate the Fourth of July around the grill
    The pursuit of grilling happiness. For many, that’s at the heart of July 4th celebrations. Eating delicious foods outdoors is part of the joyful tradition. The pace needs to feel relaxed. For the most part, the dishes need to be prepared in advance. And yes, during the gathering something needs to cook its way to irresistibility on the barbecue.
    Tri-tip off the grill: One of my favorite July 4th grilling recipes shows off tri-tips that are marinated in a mixture of tequila, herbs and spice
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Laguna Hills boys tennis coach believes team would have won Division 5 title

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Laguna Hills boys tennis coach believes team would have won Division 5 title
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register had the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis. A.G. Longoria, Laguna Hills tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: As Director of the CTCA (California High School Tennis Coaches Association), one of our biggest goals has been to get CI
  • Feel funky after surfing, swimming or watching neon biolumenscent waves or daytime red tide?

    Feel funky after surfing, swimming or watching neon biolumenscent waves or daytime red tide?
    Crowds gather on the beach as bioluminescent waves from the red tide roll on shore at North Beach in San Clemente on Wednesday evening, May 6, 2020. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG)
     
    Michael Keith remembers feeling strange, like his equilibrium was off, a few days after taking a dip into the glowing neon water when it showed up off Belmont Shores in Long Beach a few months back.
    Some people have reported being itchy after swimming in the bioluminescent waves that put
  • Did coronavirus break your marriage? A reality check on divorce

    Did coronavirus break your marriage? A reality check on divorce
    While flipping stations on the car radio one day, I heard the familiar voice of one of my clients call into a pop psychologist’s program about her marital problem. She explained that her husband had recently retired from the Air Force and that during their 20 year-long marriage, they had spent very little time together, and that had turned out to be a good thing.
    They had missed each other immensely during his long assignments away and very much enjoyed the romantic but short reunions in b
  • Los Alamito consensus picks for Friday June 26

    Los Alamito consensus picks for Friday June 26
    The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Friday, June 26 for racing at Los Alamitos.
    Trouble viewing on mobile device? See consensus picks
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  • In ‘These Women,’ novelist Ivy Pochoda focuses on victims of crime, not the serial killer

    In ‘These Women,’ novelist Ivy Pochoda focuses on victims of crime, not the serial killer
    In “These Women,” the latest novel from Ivy Pochoda, 15 years have passed since a serial killer last struck in Los Angeles’ West Adams district and there still has been no justice.
    The novel, however, is not about the killer. It’s about the women whose lives have been impacted by his violence.
    “Serial killers don’t interest me. I think they’re boring. They just get away with things,” says Pochoda by phone from her home in Los Angeles. “I want
  • Real estate news: Anaheim apartment building with 21 units sells for $6.3 million

    Real estate news: Anaheim apartment building with 21 units sells for $6.3 million
    Magnolia Court, a 21-unit apartment building in Anaheim, has been sold to a private buyer for $6.3 million, according to CBRE.
    Located at 527-537 N. Magnolia, the building was constructed in 1987 and includes all two-bedroom, two-bathroom units. The 20,475-square foot, two-story property also has central heat and air, on-site laundry facilities and 42 parking spaces.
    CBRE’s Dan Blackwell and Sean Farag represented the buyer in the transaction. The seller was represented by an outside firm.
  • Call him ‘El Roth’: Van Halen legend David Lee Roth says he’s changed his name

    Call him ‘El Roth’: Van Halen legend David Lee Roth says he’s changed his name
    David Lee Roth has changed his name.
    The former Van Halen front man now wants to be called “David L. Roth” or “El Roth.”
    The change was inspired by the current movement in the music industry to disown words having to do with the slavery that existed in the South — which comes in response to the Black Lives Matter protests that rose up after the death of George Floyd.
    Roth made the announcement via social media, posting a piece of artwork he’d created, showing
  • Hearing fireworks in your neighborhood? You’re not alone.

    Hearing fireworks in your neighborhood? You’re not alone.
    Rather than wait for the Fourth of July, many Southern California residents are blowing off quarantine steam by blowing up mostly-illegal fireworks — earlier than ever, shaken neighbors say.
    The trend has heightened concerns among those who have to endure the relentless, home-rattling blasts in their streets, police who find it hard to quell lawbreakers and medical workers who must deal with at times horrific consequences.
    Many cities, because of coronavirus social-distancing concerns, hav
  • Earlier fireworks season means more hazards, headaches for first responders and residents

    Earlier fireworks season means more hazards, headaches for first responders and residents
    Rather than wait for the Fourth of July, many Southern California residents are blowing off quarantine steam by blowing up mostly-illegal fireworks — earlier than ever, shaken neighbors say.
    The trend has heightened concerns among those who have to endure the relentless, home-rattling blasts in their streets, police who find it hard to quell lawbreakers and medical workers who must deal with at times horrific consequences.
    Many cities, because of coronavirus social-distancing concerns, hav
  • How the pandemic has led to healthy eating and exercise habits

    How the pandemic has led to healthy eating and exercise habits
    There’s no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live. We have adapted by adjusting our daily habits including work, school and social routines to reduce the transmission of the virus. Eating and food purchasing habits have been upended too, creating additional burdens and stress. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, many people report adopting new healthy lifestyle habits during this time of change.
    Although the economy is now reopening, eating habits during the pa
  • How should you water your plants when the weather turns hot?

    How should you water your plants when the weather turns hot?
    1. As the temperature rises, irrigate your garden and landscape in the evening or early in the morning, but not in the middle of the day. Allow water to run long enough to soak in deeply, then turn it off. Plants use the most water, not only when temperatures are high, but also whenever a breeze blows, or during flowering, or as fruit is developing. Containerized plants usually need more frequent watering than those in the ground.
    2. In spite of summer heat, harvest your garden vegetables every
  • New shelters in Buena Park, Fullerton could get about 300 homeless off the streets

    New shelters in Buena Park, Fullerton could get about 300 homeless off the streets
    If all goes as planned, two year-round homeless shelters will open in the next couple of weeks in north Orange County – one in Buena Park, set to begin operating next week, and the other in Fullerton by mid-July.
    Between them, the shelters could provide about 300 beds for individuals and couples, along with an array of services to help end homelessness. Everything from assistance with physical and mental health care and addressing substance abuse disorders, to connections to social service
  • Less driving means less roadkill, and safer mountain lions, during pandemic

    Less driving means less roadkill, and safer mountain lions, during pandemic
    California’s mountain lions are key beneficiaries of the coronavirus pandemic, with lighter-than-usual traffic resulting in a 58% reduction in the state’s lion roadkill in the 10 weeks following stay-at-home orders, according to a report released Thursday, June 25, by the UC Davis Road Ecology Center.
    The study found that large wildlife killed by vehicles in the three states surveyed — California, Idaho and Maine — were all down substantially. But the findings are particu
  • How mountain lions have benefited from the coronavirus lockdown

    How mountain lions have benefited from the coronavirus lockdown
    California’s mountain lions are key beneficiaries of the coronavirus pandemic, with lighter-than-usual traffic resulting in a 58% reduction in the state’s lion roadkill in the 10 weeks following stay-at-home orders, according to a report released Thursday, June 25, by the UC Davis Road Ecology Center.
    The study found that large wildlife killed by vehicles in the three states surveyed — California, Idaho and Maine — were all down substantially. But the findings are particu
  • What to expect when Disneyland rethemes Splash Mountain

    What to expect when Disneyland rethemes Splash Mountain
    The Splash Mountain makeover coming to Disneyland will transform the classic log flume ride with a new Princess Tiana backstory that will take riders down on the bayou and tie the venerable Critter Country attraction to the New Orleans Square themed land next door.
    Disney plans to update the Splash Mountain log flume rides at Disneyland in Anaheim and Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida with a new theme based on the “Princess and the Frog” animated movie. The Princess Tiana
  • Confirmed new virus cases hit a new high of 40,000 in U.S.

    Confirmed new virus cases hit a new high of 40,000 in U.S.
    By MICHELLE R. SMITH and FRANCES D’EMILIO
    The number of confirmed new coronavirus cases per day in the U.S. hit an all-time high of 40,000 Friday — eclipsing the mark set during one of the deadliest stretches in late April — in a resurgence that has led some governors to backtrack or at least pause the reopening of their states.
    While the increase is believed to reflect, in part, greatly expanded testing, experts say there is ample evidence the virus is making a comeback, inclu
  • Ticketing scofflaws parking in disabled-person spots takes a pro

    Ticketing scofflaws parking in disabled-person spots takes a pro
    Q. Hey Honk: How do I get me one of them Department of Motor Vehicle investigator badges?  Possibly as a reserve or a deputy. That way, when I confront a scofflaw parking in a handicap-designated spot, when they verbally confront me about minding my own business, I can then whip out my credentials and ticket book and say, “Suck it up, Buttercup.” Why not deputize thousands of retired folks who must notice this nasty crime happening all of the time? The DMV could administer a bas
  • Trump administration urges end to Affordable Care Act as pandemic surges

    Trump administration urges end to Affordable Care Act as pandemic surges
    By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and MARK SHERMAN
    WASHINGTON  — As coronavirus cases rise in more than half of the states, the Trump administration is urging the Supreme Court to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
    The administration’s high court filing Thursday came the same day the government reported that close to half a million people who lost their health insurance amid the economic shutdown to slow the spread of COVID-19 have gotten coverage through HealthCare.gov.
    The administrat
  • As COVID cases rise, White House seeks to scrap ‘Obamacare’

    As COVID cases rise, White House seeks to scrap ‘Obamacare’
    By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and MARK SHERMAN
    WASHINGTON  — As coronavirus cases rise in more than half of the states, the Trump administration is urging the Supreme Court to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
    The administration’s high court filing at 10:30 p.m. Thursday came the same day the government reported that close to half a million people who lost their health insurance amid the economic shutdown to slow the spread of COVID-19 have gotten coverage through HealthCare.g
  • Black Americans don’t need white guilt-driven paternalism: Walter Williams

    Black Americans don’t need white guilt-driven paternalism: Walter Williams
    Many whites are ashamed, saddened and feel guilty about our history of slavery, Jim Crow and gross racial discrimination. Many Black people remain angry over the injustices of the past and what they see as injustices of the present. Both Blacks and whites can benefit from a better appreciation of Black history.
    Often overlooked or ignored is the fact that, as a group, Black Americans have made the greatest gains, over some of the highest hurdles, and in a shorter span of time than any other raci
  • Through civil asset forfeiture, police become the real looters

    Through civil asset forfeiture, police become the real looters
    After weeks of protest in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, the country was thrown into an important dialogue about police reform. Massive protests have forced ending qualified immunity, halting military transfers to police stations, disbanding police unions, and even reconsidering police budgets to rapidly become top legislative priorities.
    However, the conversation has not always remained on the topic of reform. Many bad-faith actors who would like to distract from such conversations, f
  • We need to reopen schools, but is it safe?

    We need to reopen schools, but is it safe?
    Schools are the bedrock of the American economy. They provide childcare that allows parents to go to work while supporting the healthy development of children through education, meals, and social services.  With four in ten US families having at least one school-age child, closing schools for the COVID-19 pandemic has had a predictably profound effect on millions of lives.
    It is now clear that we cannot wait for a vaccine or herd immunity to take hold before we resume normal life and restar
  • The CDC needs more crowns and fewer anchors: John Phillips

    The CDC needs more crowns and fewer anchors: John Phillips
    With more and more of the country reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to get on board, and let cruise ships resume operations, too.
    Unfortunately, they’re moving in the opposite direction. With Americans desperately in need of both work and leisure, the CDC is making the $60 billion travel industry walk the plank.
    According to a blistering report published by Instinet analyst Harry
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Northwood boys lacrosse coach says best moment was beating No. 1 Dana Hills

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Northwood boys lacrosse coach says best moment was beating No. 1 Dana Hills
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Perry Craz, Northwood boys lacrosse
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: I’m adapting well. There’s still a lot of work and planning that goes into each season, so it’s been
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Foothill girls lacrosse coach says team ‘deserved a season to showcase’ all of its talent

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Foothill girls lacrosse coach says team ‘deserved a season to showcase’ all of its talent
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Cristina Johnson, Foothill girls lacrosse
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: It was definitely an adjustment being at home this spring. It’s my first spring without lacrosse in 20 yea
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Foothill boys lacrosse coach sad team’s 18 seniors ‘didn’t get to complete their journey’

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Foothill boys lacrosse coach sad team’s 18 seniors ‘didn’t get to complete their journey’
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowEditor’s note: The Orange County Register is having the area’s spring sports coaches take part in a Q&A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis.
    Jon Fox, Foothill boys lacrosse
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: Positives are getting to spend a lot of time with family and catching up on home projects. I’ve also been reviewing

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