• Orange County’s ‘Young Adult Court’ celebrates its first graduate

    Orange County’s ‘Young Adult Court’ celebrates its first graduate
    Abraham walked into a Santa Ana courtroom Friday, June 26, hobbled by the weight of a felony.
    His public defender asked the judge to “dismiss all matters.”
    “We have absolutely no objections,” the deputy district attorney responded.
    All agreed, Orange County Superior Court Judge Maria D. Hernandez wiped clean Abraham’s slate – untethering him from the weight of past mistakes.
    UCI head basketball coach Russ Turner congratulates Abraham (last name withhel
  • Five potential picks for the Ducks in the NHL draft

    Five potential picks for the Ducks in the NHL draft
    While the Ducks had some disappointment with how the draft lottery played out — they slipped one position in the draft order and a “placeholder” team claimed the No. 1 overall pick — they have ample opportunity to land a star with the sixth overall pick.
    The Ducks had an atrocious start to this season and have been plagued by injuries in recent seasons. A promising group of prospects, headed by center Trevor Zegras, might deepen, steady and enrich the Ducks’ lineup.
  • Five potential picks for the Kings in the NHL draft

    Five potential picks for the Kings in the NHL draft
    By winning the second pick in this year’s NHL draft, the Kings have an enviable dilemma on their hands as they turn over stones in search of a catalyst for their rebuild.
    Coach Todd McLellan improved the team’s defense over the course of the season, but the team lacked offensive consistency and power play effectiveness. However, the Kings have trended toward forwards with their higher picks in recent drafts and have several notable prospects up front.
    On defense, they shipped out vet
  • Los Alamitos consensus picks for Sunday June 28

    Los Alamitos consensus picks for Sunday June 28
    The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Sunday, June 28 for racing at Los Alamitos.
    Trouble viewing on mobile device? See consensus picks
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  • Under Armour wants to end $280M UCLA deal, but university is fighting to keep it

    Under Armour wants to end $280M UCLA deal, but university is fighting to keep it
    WESTWOOD — UCLA officials are resisting attempts by Under Armour to terminate a 15-year apparel and footwear contract with the school, university officials confirmed Saturday.
    “UCLA Athletics learned this week that Under Armour is attempting to terminate its 15-year apparel and footwear contract with us and the Bruin community. We are exploring all our options to resist Under Armour’s actions,” UCLA Athletics Director Dan Guerrero said in a statement. “We remain com
  • No buffet? No problem — El Torito’s Sunday brunch is back with new service

    No buffet? No problem — El Torito’s Sunday brunch is back with new service
    Since the 1980s the bountiful Sunday brunch at El Torito has been a signature of the popular California restaurant group which also has locations in Oregon, Arizona and overseas. In fact, it’s 20 percent of the chain’s business. But the new state guidelines on dining-in post COVID-19 do not allow buffets or any other serve-yourself situations.
    What would the iconic restaurant do? Find a way to follow the rules and make it even better says CEO Randy Sharpe. “We have the best bru
  • Woman, 8 months pregnant, loses baby in 2-vehicle crash in Santa Ana

    Woman, 8 months pregnant, loses baby in 2-vehicle crash in Santa Ana
    A woman, who was eight months pregnant, lost her baby and was one of three people injured in a two-vehicle collision in Santa Ana on Friday morning, June 26, authorities said.
    Santa Ana police were searching for the driver of one of the vehicles, who fled the scene on foot following the crash, police said.
    Officers were called to the area of First and Lacy streets just after 9:45 a.m. and found the crash, police said.
    Orange County firefighters treated three injured people and took them to a loc
  • 8-month old fetus killed in 2-vehicle crash in Santa Ana

    8-month old fetus killed in 2-vehicle crash in Santa Ana
    A pregnant woman’s eight-month old fetus was killed and three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision in Santa Ana Friday night, June 26, authorities said.
    Santa Ana police were searching for the driver of one of the vehicles, who fled the scene on foot following the crash, police said.
    Officers were called to the area of First and Lacy streets just after 9:45 p.m. and found the crash, police said.
    Orange County firefighters treated three injured people and took them to a local hosp
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  • Travel: Mammoth Mountain opens up after the coronavirus shutdown

    Travel: Mammoth Mountain opens up after the coronavirus shutdown
    Finlay Torrance recalls riding his bike along empty pathways in the Village At Mammoth.
    “It was like a post-apocalyptic zombie movie, where you had music playing from the loudspeakers and you were the only person riding through there,” he said of the weeks when Mammoth Lakes, a popular mountain destination high in the Sierra Nevada mountains, was left a ghost town by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
    Now, as stay-at-home orders lift, the Mammoth scene has changed dramatically.
    The town
  • Alexander: How college athletes found their voices

    Alexander: How college athletes found their voices
    These were moments, separated by only days earlier this month, that would have been inconceivable a decade ago.
    Iowa football players, spurred by a tweet from alumnus James Daniels of the Chicago Bears, spoke up about what they considered racial disparities in the program, got strength coach Chris Doyle ousted and got head coach Kirk Ferentz to pay attention to their concerns.
    Clemson’s players pushed for change, and prominent alumni DeAndre Hopkins and DeShaun Watson led an effort to get
  • Recipe: Rhubarb Chutney adds zing to poultry, pork or game

    Recipe: Rhubarb Chutney adds zing to poultry, pork or game
    Rhubard Chutney is delicious accompanying poultry, pork or game. Here it is served with pork chop. (Photo by Cathy Thomas)
    Rhubarb is revered for the sour perkiness that it adds to sweet and savory dishes. It’s especially delicious when teamed with sweeter ingredients. Rhubarb and strawberry pie is classic, but consider this tasty chutney that pairs the fuchsia veg (yes, rhubarb is a vegetable) with golden raisins, fresh ginger and sliced kumquats, plus a fair amount of brown sugar.
    The mi
  • Which is Orange County’s best food hall?

    Which is Orange County’s best food hall?
    Cast your vote in dozens of categories in the Best of Orange County 2020 readers' choice poll.
  • Demonstrations against police brutality, racism continue for 5th weekend

    Demonstrations against police brutality, racism continue for 5th weekend
    LOS ANGELES — Demonstrations and other activities in Southern California, and across the nation, targeting systemic racism and police brutality are entering a second month with no signs of waning.
    The ongoing actions were sparked by the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Floyd was killed when a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes while he was handcuffed and face-down on the ground.
    The officer was fired and has been charged with second-degree murder. Th
  • Cancelled Pageant of the Masters stalls on giving refunds on advance 2020 ticket purchases

    Cancelled Pageant of the Masters stalls on giving refunds on advance 2020 ticket purchases
    Laguna Beach’s famed Pageant of the Masters is strapped for cash and is telling those who purchased advance tickets for the 2020 show that refunds, if available, will take a while.
    In an email sent on Thursday, June 25, David Perry, the Festival of Arts president, asked patrons who pre-purchased tickets to consider taking credit toward the 2021 Pageant of the Masters or donating the value of their tickets to the arts organization. Those who intent on a refund should expect a delay.
  • Successful Aging: The pandemic has robbed me of my life’s purpose

    Successful Aging: The pandemic has robbed me of my life’s purpose
    Q. I recently sold my business which I started 35 years ago at the age of 35. I was planning the new chapter in my life, trying to re-invent myself when the pandemic hit, leaving me quite undone. My challenge is to find a new sense of purpose when so much is shut down. Any suggestions? Many thanks. N.M. 
    Dear N.M.
    Life today is not orderly, to say the very least. The word “pivot” has been used to indicate change. Today that means a quick change that has been dictated by the envi
  • OC city leaders, health officials concerned by data showing coronavirus ‘hot spots’

    OC city leaders, health officials concerned by data showing coronavirus ‘hot spots’
    As Orange County health officials have collected more and better data on coronavirus cases, they’ve noticed a concerning trend: a handful of zip codes in Anaheim and Santa Ana appear to be hot spots where hundreds of people have been infected, and most of the cases aren’t due to nursing home outbreaks.
    The hot spots are in some of the county’s most densely populated neighborhoods that are more likely to be home to low-income residents, officials said, so they’re developin
  • City leaders, health officials concerned by data showing coronavirus ‘hot spots’

    City leaders, health officials concerned by data showing coronavirus ‘hot spots’
    As Orange County health officials have collected more and better data on coronavirus cases, they’ve noticed a concerning trend: a handful of zip codes in Anaheim and Santa Ana appear to be hot spots where hundreds of people have been infected, and most of the cases aren’t due to nursing home outbreaks.
    The hot spots are in some of the county’s most densely populated neighborhoods that are more likely to be home to low-income residents, officials said, so they’re developin
  • Coronavirus rebound: SoCal pending home sales back above 2019 pace

    Coronavirus rebound: SoCal pending home sales back above 2019 pace
    Southern California house hunters put more homes into escrow for the ninth consecutive week, pushing the buying pace above the year-ago for the first time in 14 weeks.
    Zillow’s weekly report on activity from brokers’ listing services in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties shows 3,633 existing homes put into escrow in the week ended June 20 — up 1% in a week and up 6% from 2019. It’s the first year-over-year advance since March 14 as local housing re
  • Disneyland resumes $200,000 renovation of Frontierland gate

    Disneyland resumes $200,000 renovation of Frontierland gate
    Disneyland has restarted work on a $200,000 renovation of the Frontierland entrance designed to improve pedestrian traffic flow when the Anaheim theme park reopens.
    Construction has resumed on the Frontierland bridge and other essential work around Disneyland and Disney California Adventure that needs to be completed prior to reopening the parks, according to Disneyland officials.
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  • Pedestrian struck, killed in Huntington Beach

    Pedestrian struck, killed in Huntington Beach
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — A 54-year-old pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and killed in Huntington Beach late Friday night, authorities said.
    Officers responded to the intersection of Warner Avenue and Bolsa Chica Street at 11:05 p.m. Friday and found the pedestrian down and suffering from extensive injuries, according to Sgt. Matthew Austin of the Huntington Beach Police Department.
    A preliminary investigation showed the 66-year-old driver of a gray 2018 Hyundai Elantra was traveling westbound
  • Beach camps splash into summer along the coast

    Beach camps splash into summer along the coast
    The sound of cheerful screams at the shoreline. Sand stuck between toes. The thrill of riding an ocean wave.
    It’s starting to feel a lot like summer as beach camps get underway along the coast, a rite of passage for beach-loving families who want to get their kids water safe while teaching them about the environment.
    Summer camps and classes have kicked off, after getting approval in recent weeks to hold small groups with safety measures in place given concerns about the spread of the coro
  • Boys still sexually abused by Scout volunteers despite reforms, arrest suggests

    Boys still sexually abused by Scout volunteers despite reforms, arrest suggests
    He played Santa Claus at a charity Christmas breakfast. He volunteered at tree plantings and neighborhood clean-ups. He worked the pancake breakfast to raise money for Boy Scout programs in low-income Long Beach schools.
    “I love to help,” says Lewis Brownson’s Facebook page by way of introduction.
    Brownson, 43, has been feted in the city’s “Sparks of Change Neighborhood Leadership Program” for his contributions and hard work. But, in an agonizingly common twis
  • Take back cities for people and the automobiles they use: Randal O’Toole

    Take back cities for people and the automobiles they use: Randal O’Toole
    The pandemic has reminded us that our society has to be resilient to face all sorts of unexpected events, and this is doubly true for transportation. The good news is that the United States already has the most resilient transportation system in the world. The bad news is that some people are trying to take it away from us.
    Transportation needs to deal with all kinds of unexpected events, including terrorist attacks such as 9/11, natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and southern Californi
  • Thunder is a sweet, loving cat who deserves his own bed

    Thunder is a sweet, loving cat who deserves his own bed
    Breed: Domestic shorthair
    Thunder is a sweet guy ready to love someone. (Courtesy of Long Beach Spay and Neuter Foundation)
    Age: 10 years
    Gender: Neutered male
    Thunder’s story: Thunder is a quiet senior who is looking for a kind, loving person to care for him. He lived outside someone’s home for 10 years, but despite having little human contact, he is a sweet, loving guy. Thunder deserves a bed or his own and to live indoors for the second part of his life. He’s fully vaccinate
  • Coronavirus: Here’s how the coronavirus cases add up by ZIP code in Orange County as of June 26

    Coronavirus: Here’s how the coronavirus cases add up by ZIP code in Orange County as of June 26
    The Orange County Health Care Agency updated its tracking website on Friday, June 26; new features including now offering by Zip code data.
    The county’s report noted another 17 deaths, increasing the total to 323. Of the 323 deaths, 170 were listed as people in skilled nursing facilities and three were listed as homeless.
    There were 479 new cases of coronavirus confirmed as of Friday, but officials said that number was playing catch up for delays from 28 different testing dates. The cumula
  • Orange County on edge of California coronavirus watch list

    Orange County on edge of California coronavirus watch list
    The spread of coronavirus in Orange County has grown so fast in recent weeks that the county soon could be on the state’s watch list for possible renewed lockdown orders.
    Locally, two key metrics used by state and local health officials to measure the spread of the disease — rates of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents and the percentage of people who test positive for the virus — are already at or beyond the state’s watch-list threshold.
    Orange County put one toe ov
  • Sparks players Chiney Ogwumike and Kristi Toliver to sit out WNBA season

    Sparks players Chiney Ogwumike and Kristi Toliver to sit out WNBA season
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Los Angeles Sparks will be without Chiney Ogwumike and Kristi Toliver for the WNBA season so they can focus on their health the team announced Friday.
    Ogwumike, the No. 1 pick by the Connecticut Sun in 2014, has missed two seasons to deal with injuries, and with the shortened schedule felt that it would be smart to take care of her health. She missed the 2015 with a knee injury and 2017 because of an Achilles tendon injury. Both were suffered while she played overseas.
  • Kings draw No. 2 pick in NHL draft lottery; Ducks No. 6

    Kings draw No. 2 pick in NHL draft lottery; Ducks No. 6
    Following the first phase of the NHL’s draft lottery Friday, the Ducks and Kings both gained direction as they hoped to pluck a potential franchise cornerstone from the amateur draft.
    The Kings will pick second overall and the Ducks will pick sixth. They would have selected fourth and fifth, respectively, if the draft were sequenced in reverse order based on points percentage. The draft has no set date yet — both the draft and scouting combine were postponed due to the COVID-19 pande
  • Minor league baseball teams look for ways to survive the pandemic, help their communities

    Minor league baseball teams look for ways to survive the pandemic, help their communities
    March is one of the busiest months of the year for a minor league baseball team. Not only are employees in the mode of selling tickets and sponsorship packages for the upcoming season, they are also working on their game-day preparation, which includes training additional staff for games that start in early April.
    It’s not as if California League staffs were unaware of the developing COVID-19 crisis just weeks before opening day, but until they knew otherwise, they had to prepare for a sea
  • These pandemic-driven food deliveries in Orange County come with a side order of dignity

    These pandemic-driven food deliveries in Orange County come with a side order of dignity
    Want a good argument in favor of ignoring the adage “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas?”
    Consider the charitable service, Delivering Food With Dignity. The operation started earlier this year in Sin City to help residents slipping through social service cracks created by the coronavirus pandemic. And, recently, the effort has inspired a similar program in Orange County, backed by a partnership that includes private donors, nonprofits, local restaurants and a volunteer delivery te
  • Age doesn’t slow terrier-Dalmatian mix Sophie

    Age doesn’t slow terrier-Dalmatian mix Sophie
    Breed: Terrier-Dalmatian mix
    Sophie would be a great addition for a loving family. (Courtesy of Pups and Pals)
    Age: 15 years
    Gender: Spayed female
    Size: 32 pounds
    Sophie’s story: Sophie sure doesn’t look her age. At almost 16 years, she’s still got energy. She’s sweet, social and easy to get along with. But, like most seniors, she has some special needs that will require ongoing care. She is on medications for some hip pain and an enlarged heart. Aside from these issues,
  • Adelanto ICE Processing Center recovering from violent confrontations with detainees, visitors

    Adelanto ICE Processing Center recovering from violent confrontations with detainees, visitors
    Civil rights advocates are pressing authorities to explain why a recent protest at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center prompted a two-day lockdown of the facility that sparked a skirmish between guards and more than 150 detainees, resulting in four injuries.
    The GEO Group, which operates the private, for-profit prison for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has the authority to impose lockdowns in response to any credible threat to help ensure the safety and well-being of those within t
  • Lakers, Clippers will play on opening night as NBA restarts July 30

    Lakers, Clippers will play on opening night as NBA restarts July 30
    Those who have been dreaming of another Lakers-Clippers tilt during the months the NBA has been off won’t have to wait long: The two L.A. teams will face off on at 6 p.m. PST July 30, the first day of competition, when the league restarts in Walt Disney World.
    The fourth installment of the in-city rivalry is headlining the NBA’s return, which is to be held in a closed campus at the Wide World of Sports next month. The Western-leading Lakers and the No. 2 Clippers have played three ga
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Mission Viejo tennis coach inspired by marathon match with El Toro

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Mission Viejo tennis coach inspired by marathon match with El Toro
    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. This is the final Q&A in the series.
    Arya Jemal, Mission Viejo tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: I am adapting to being home every day by spending time gardening, biking outside, and
  • Los Angeles Clippers 2020 NBA schedule after restart

    Los Angeles Clippers 2020 NBA schedule after restart
    Here’s the Los Angeles Clippers 2020 NBA restart schedule (West Coast times):
    Thursday, July 30 vs. Lakers, 6 p.m., TNT
    Saturday, Aug. 1 vs. Pelicans, 3 p.m., ESPN
    Tuesday, Aug. 4 vs. vs. Suns, 1 p.m., NBA TV
    Sunday, Aug. 8 vs. Trail Blazers, 10 a.m., TNT
    Wednesday, Aug. 12 vs. Nuggets, 6 p.m., ESPN
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  • Los Angeles Lakers 2020 NBA schedule after restart

    Los Angeles Lakers 2020 NBA schedule after restart
    Here’s the Los Angeles Lakers 2020 NBA restart schedule (West Coast times):
    Thursday, July 30 vs. Clippers, 6 p.m., TNT
    Saturday, Aug. 1 vs. Raptors, 5:30 p.m., ESPN
    Monday, Aug. 3 vs. Jazz, 6 p.m., ESPN
    Wednesday, Aug. 5 vs. Thunder, 3:30 p.m., ESPN
    Thursday, Aug. 6 vs. Rockets, 6 p.m., TNT
    Saturday, Aug. 8 vs. Pacers, 3 p.m., TNT
    Monday, Aug. 10 vs. Nuggets, 6 p.m., TNT
    Thursday, Aug. 13 vs. Kings, TBD
     
     
  • Blue whale’s late season showing creates buzz for whale watching charters

    Blue whale’s late season showing creates buzz for whale watching charters
    You never know if the massive blue whales will show up – sometimes they flock to Southern California in big numbers as early as April, while other years sightings are seldom and sporadic throughout summer.
    A blue whale appearance off the Orange County coast, although later than usual, was a welcome sight on Thursday, June 25, spurring hope the world’s largest mammal species will come hang out and feed in local waters for summer.
    Just one earlier sighting this season was reported off
  • Pacifica, Tustin: Same league, different districts, different starting dates

    Pacifica, Tustin: Same league, different districts, different starting dates
    Some schools that belong to the same league also belong to different school districts that have different calendars for resuming sports activities.
    Pacifica and Tustin are in the Empire League, and play each other in varsity football on Oct. 9 at Tustin High. Pacifica is in the Garden Grove Unified School District that will not resume sports until July 13. Tustin of the Tustin Unified School District started sports action, including football, June 15.
    But Pacifica head coach Vinnie Lopez does no
  • Pacifica and Tustin: Same league, different districts, different starting dates

    Pacifica and Tustin: Same league, different districts, different starting dates
    Some schools that belong to the same league also belong to different school districts that have different calendars for resuming sports activities.
    Pacifica and Tustin are in the Empire League, and play each other in varsity football on Oct. 9 at Tustin High. Pacifica is in the Garden Grove Unified School District that will not resume sports until July 13. Tustin of the Tustin Unified School District started sports action, including football, June 15.
    But Pacifica head coach Vinnie Lopez does no
  • Irvine OKs body cameras for police, will begin testing them this fall

    Irvine OKs body cameras for police, will begin testing them this fall
    The Irvine Police Department could start beta testing body-worn cameras for officers as soon as this fall, with agency-wide implementation of the program by the second quarter of next year, after the City Council this week authorized police Chief Mike Hamel to seek bids for providing the cameras.
    Irvine would join about a dozen other law enforcement agencies in Orange County that equip officers with body cameras and require their use during official interactions with the public, such as traffic
  • NBA officially reaches agreement with players’ union on restart plans, holding onto optimism as COVID cases rise

    NBA officially reaches agreement with players’ union on restart plans, holding onto optimism as COVID cases rise
    The morning began with an admission: The NBA acknowledged 16 of 302 players had positive COVID-19 tests this week, none of whom have yet exhibited serious symptoms.
    While even one case is a cause for concern, NBPA executive director Michele Roberts said, she couldn’t help but feel a bit of relief that there weren’t more — the league had braced for the possibility of an even higher ratio as it prepares for its July 30 restart at Disney World in Florida.
    “I’ve been ho
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Kennedy tennis coach saw young team ‘play with a lot of heart’ in short season

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Kennedy tennis coach saw young team ‘play with a lot of heart’ in short season
    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.
    Devan Johnson, Kennedy tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: I have been adapting pretty well actually. It’s just pretty weird being thrown off my normal routine every week, like
  • Los Alamito consensus picks for Saturday June 27

    Los Alamito consensus picks for Saturday June 27
    The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Saturday, June 27 for racing at Los Alamitos.
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  • USC has 1 of 69 student-athletes test positive for COVID-19

    USC has 1 of 69 student-athletes test positive for COVID-19
    USC has had one student-athlete test positive for COVID-19 as players have returned to campus, the program said in a statement on Friday. The program tested 69 student-athletes in total as they reported for voluntary workouts.
    The one positive student-athlete was displaying symptoms for COVID-19 prior to being tested, the statement said, and had not begun voluntary workouts. This student-athlete is now in isolation.
    “USC will continue to closely monitor and conduct regular testing of any s
  • Black Angus Steakhouse will reopen 6 Southern California restaurants on June 29

    Black Angus Steakhouse will reopen 6 Southern California restaurants on June 29
    Black Angus Steakhouse, which completely shut down amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, will reopen eight West Coast restaurants on Monday, June. 29.
    Six of those restaurants are in Southern California, according to the chain’s website.
    They are:
    Bakersfield: 3601 Rosedale Highway, 661-324-0814
    Lakewood: 5000 E. Candlewood St., 562-531-6921
    Lancaster: 44690 Valley Central Way, 661-942-5225
    San Bernardino: 290 E. Hospitality Lane, San Bernardino, 909-885-7551
    Santa Ana: 1350 N. Tustin
  • Major Orange County freeway closures planned: June 27-July 3

    Major Orange County freeway closures planned: June 27-July 3
    Here are major construction project closures happening on Orange County’s freeways and toll roads between June 27 and July 3, according to the Orange County Transportation Authority, Caltrans and the Transportation Corridor Agencies.
    5 Freeway
    Northbound carpool lane between Grand Avenue and State Route 57 and southbound carpool lane between Bristol Street/La Veta Avenue and First Street:Scheduled to remain closed through the end of JuneNorthbound left lanes between First and Fourth street
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Portola boys lacrosse coach had ‘no doubt’ team would have made CIF-SS playoffs

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Portola boys lacrosse coach had ‘no doubt’ team would have made CIF-SS playoffs
    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.
    Austin Morales, Portola boys lacrosse
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: It’s been difficult. Seeing all the game film on your computer, playbook/notepad on my desk, and season photos

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