• State puts Orange County on coronavirus watch list

    State puts Orange County on coronavirus watch list
    Relaxed distancing rules and other factors have boosted the local spread of coronavirus so quickly in recent weeks that on Monday state health officials put Orange County on a watch list of counties in danger of facing new lockdown orders.
    In its assessment, California’s Dept. of Public Health cited outbreaks at assisted living facilities, memory care facilities and other communal homes in Orange County as key drivers behind the boost in positive tests for coronavirus and an upturn in hosp
  • Orange County high school baseball: Updated college signings and commitments, June 29

    Orange County high school baseball: Updated college signings and commitments, June 29
    Our list of the Orange County high school baseball players who have signed a letter of intent with a college (only seniors can sign) or announced their commitment to a college.
    The list was updated Monday, June 29.
    Player, High School, Yr., Pos., College
    Logan Abbey, Villa Park, Sr., 1B/P, Ottawa University
    David Abbadessa, Esperanza, Sr., Inf, Milsaps College
    AJ Anzai, Mission Viejo, Sr., 1B/P, Chapman
    Caden Aoki, Huntington Beach, Jr., P/Inf, Notre Dame
    Adam Arroyo, Capistrano Valley, Sr., C,
  • How to have barbecue, high-end charcuterie, seafood and more shipped to your door

    How to have barbecue, high-end charcuterie, seafood and more shipped to your door
    If you’re in a quandary about whether to test the waters as restaurants slowly open dining rooms after coronavirus closures, or whether you want to continue hunkering down subsisting on drive-thru fast food, there is a third option: specialty food outlets from around the country offering delivery.
    Is it more expensive to go this route? Sure. Most normally deliver within one to three business days and many items arrive frozen, but others with sufficient cold packs ship overnight.
    I’ve
  • Disneyland helicopter captures aerial footage of eerie ‘ghost town’ during coronavirus closure

    Disneyland helicopter captures aerial footage of eerie ‘ghost town’ during coronavirus closure
    Disney will fly a helicopter a few hundred feet above the deserted walkways and vacant promenades of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure to collect aerial footage during the coronavirus closures of the Anaheim theme parks.
    Aerial views captured during a 6-hour helicopter flyover on Monday, June 29 of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure are being collected for future use, according to Disneyland officials.
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  • Pre-COVID evictions, on hold since March, resuming in San Bernardino County

    Pre-COVID evictions, on hold since March, resuming in San Bernardino County
    Evictions resumed this month in San Bernardino County, with sheriff’s deputies processing move-out orders pending from before the coronavirus emergency started in mid-March, a sheriff’s spokeswoman said.
    That means two counties in Southern California have resumed efforts to whittle down eviction backlogs. Orange County began evicting tenants at the start of June.
    Los Angeles and Riverside counties, however, still have all evictions on hold, sheriffs spokespeople told the Southern Cal
  • How automation is growing amid coronavirus outbreak and beyond

    How automation is growing amid coronavirus outbreak and beyond
    Autonomous cars, drones delivering packages and robots filling prescriptions are becoming familiar sights, so today we look at where automation might impact businesses the most.
    Even before the global pandemic, waiting in line to get prescriptions filled in a pharmacy was a pain. Enter NowRx, a company that started in the Bay Area and expanded to Orange County with sights on extending its reach to other regions of the state and Arizona.
    The company claims it has 99% of the pharmaceuticals typica
  • Mission Viejo could get 92 more homes off El Toro Road

    Mission Viejo could get 92 more homes off El Toro Road
    Trumark Homes is seeking approval from Mission Viejo to build 92 townhomes and flats off El Toro Road near the 241 toll road.
    The 13-acre property, next to Saddleback Church office space, is currently an undeveloped hillside. The builder’s plan calls for 6 acres to be used for homes and the community’s roads and recreational facilities.
    Outline of 91-home project in Mission Viejo. (Source: City of Mission Viejo documents)
    According to city documents, Trumark wants to build 10, three-
  • Woman in NoHo Trader Joe’s no-mask tirade tells her side of the story

    Woman in NoHo Trader Joe’s no-mask tirade tells her side of the story
    The woman seen yelling at workers and customers during opening day at NoHo West’s new Trader Joe’s on Friday has been speaking to Los Angeles TV news reporters in an effort to defend her actions and explain what the world saw on cell-phone videos that have been circulated all over the world.
    The videos show her throwing down her shopping basket and yelling at Trader Joe’s workers who told her to wear a face mask in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus.This is a Trader Joe
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  • Men’s makeup goes mainstream with CVS rollout

    Men’s makeup goes mainstream with CVS rollout
    By Gerald Porter Jr., Bloomberg
    Men’s makeup is going mainstream in America.
    CVS, the country’s largest drugstore chain, is making the biggest bet on the category in the U.S. yet, by adding a cosmetics line from Stryx, a brand launched last year, to 2,000 stores (about a quarter of its total). The retailer is giving more legitimacy to a small but growing group of products that had mainly been sold through high-end stores.
    With this move, CVS likely has potential customers such as Max
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: San Juan Hills girls lacrosse coach will remember first win over Los Alamitos in OT

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: San Juan Hills girls lacrosse coach will remember first win over Los Alamitos in OT
    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.
    Michael Welter, San Juan Hills girls lacrosse
    Q: How did you adapt to being home every day during the spring?
    A: As lacrosse is considered a Physical Education class at San Juan Hills, I have “adapted” by setting
  • California’s small businesses caught in a COVID-19 Catch-22

    California’s small businesses caught in a COVID-19 Catch-22
    Just as California tops 150,000 coronavirus cases and 5,000 fatalities, “Phase 3” of our reopening plan is now in full swing, and we have no plans of turning back, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
    But given the governor’s May 6 executive order reversing the burden of proof in COVID-19 workers’ compensation cases, California’s business climate has become dangerous, especially for small businesses.
    As it stands, the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council already
  • US pending home sales see record-breaking rebound in May

    US pending home sales see record-breaking rebound in May
    By Matt Ott, The Associated Press
    The number of Americans signing contracts to buy homes rebounded a record 44.3% in May after a record-breaking decline the previous month, as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic sidelined both buyers and sellers.
    The National Association of Realtors said Monday that its index of pending sales rose to 99.6 in May, the highest month-over-month gain in the index since since its inception in January 2001. The pending home sales index plunged 21.8% from March to A
  • Why Andy Samberg’s ‘Palm Springs’ vacation is a never-ending story

    Why Andy Samberg’s ‘Palm Springs’ vacation is a never-ending story
    “Palm Springs” writer-director Max Barbakow and co-writer Andy Siara met on their first day of film school at the AFI Conservatory and they bonded immediately.Two years later, it was as if nothing had changed: They made their thesis film together, graduated and then went off to Palm Springs together. That trip led to their first feature, “Palm Springs,” which will be released in limited drive-ins and on Hulu on July 10th. They wrote it together, Barbakaow directed it and
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Foothill track coach hopes athletes learn to ‘never take things for granted’

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Foothill track coach hopes athletes learn to ‘never take things for granted’
    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.
    Sam Juliano, Foothill track and field
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: Lots of job applications and chores.
    Q: As a coach, what do you miss most about your “normal routine” (p
  • Lakers expected to sign veteran guard J.R. Smith for NBA’s restart, per report

    Lakers expected to sign veteran guard J.R. Smith for NBA’s restart, per report
    A longtime LeBron James teammate is expected to join the Lakers for the NBA’s restart in Orlando next month.
    According to an ESPN report, the Lakers are finalizing a deal for J.R. Smith, the 34-year-old free-wheeling guard who has not played an NBA game since November of 2018. NBA teams have until July 1 to sign free agent replacements for players not participating when the season resumes July 30 at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla.
    Smith is expected to be the roster replacement fo
  • Orange County is 256,300 jobs below pre-coronavirus level, unemployment 14.5%

    Orange County is 256,300 jobs below pre-coronavirus level, unemployment 14.5%
    As the Orange County economy reopened from stay-at-home orders, 13,900 jobs were added in May, but that’s still 15% below pre-coronavirus levels.
    My trusty spreadsheet, filled with state job figures, found local bosses had 1.42 million employees last month. This staffing level, derived from a survey of employers, was up 1% from April as business limitations were eased.
    Still, the economy — largely iced by efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus — is off 256,300 positions from
  • Golden State Killer agrees to plea deal for 13 murders, numerous rapes

    Golden State Killer agrees to plea deal for 13 murders, numerous rapes
    A plea deal for the accused Golden State Killer, requiring he admit to a series of rapes and murders that terrorized residents across California in the 1970s and 1980s, brings justice to those who have waited decades for one of the state’s most notorious killers to be sentenced, a prosecutor told a judge on Monday.
    Joseph DeAngelo, a former police officer who was arrested in 2018 after authorities identified him through DNA, appeared before his surviving victims and the relatives of those
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Cypress tennis coach remembers win with short-handed lineup

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Cypress tennis coach remembers win with short-handed lineup
    <hr /><p><em>Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. <a href="https://checkout.ocregister.com/">Subscribe now</a></em></p><hr /><p><em><strong>Editor's note: </strong></em><em>The Orange County Register is having the area's spring sports coaches take part in a Q&amp;A about the 2020 season that was cut short by the coronavirus crisis</em></p><hr /><p>&
  • Trump denies briefing about reported bounties on U.S. troops

    Trump denies briefing about reported bounties on U.S. troops
    By ZEKE MILLER, JAMES LAPORTA and DEB RIECHMANN
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has denied he was made aware of U.S. intelligence officials’ conclusion that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing American troops in Afghanistan. The Trump administration was set to brief select members of Congress on the matter Monday.
    The intelligence assessments came amid Trump’s push to withdraw the U.S. from Afghanistan and suggested Russia was making ove
  • Spring wrap-up Q&A: Esperanza tennis coach misses the daily conversations and jokes with players

    Spring wrap-up Q&A: Esperanza tennis coach misses the daily conversations and jokes with 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.
    Keri Walters, Esperanza tennis
    Q: How are you adapting to being home every day during the spring?
    A: The distance is virtually far from our players and literally far. The “connection” is pretty weak.
    Q: As a coac
  • These neighborhood heroes have raised spirits through the pandemic with Coronasaurus, secret gifts and more

    These neighborhood heroes have raised spirits through the pandemic with Coronasaurus, secret gifts and more
    In neighborhoods around Southern California, random acts of kindness and solidarity have been the silver lining these last few months.For example, a pair of self-described “bored moms” dressed up in Tyrannosaurus rex costumes to bring smiles to local kids. A group paints inspirational messages on rocks and leaves them to be found in yards and around neighborhoods. Congratulatory cards are sent to young graduates unable to attend commencements due to COVID-19 from local people they di
  • Neighborhood heroes raised spirits with Coronasaurus, secret gifts and more during pandemic

    Neighborhood heroes raised spirits with Coronasaurus, secret gifts and more during pandemic
    In neighborhoods around Southern California, random acts of kindness and solidarity have been the silver lining these last few months.For example, a pair of self-described “bored moms” dressed up in Tyrannosaurus rex costumes to bring smiles to local kids. A group paints inspirational messages on rocks and leaves them to be found in yards and around neighborhoods. Congratulatory cards are sent to young graduates unable to attend commencements due to COVID-19 from local people they di
  • Neighborhood heroes raise spirits with Coronasaurus, secret gifts and more during pandemic

    Neighborhood heroes raise spirits with Coronasaurus, secret gifts and more during pandemic
    In neighborhoods around Southern California, random acts of kindness and solidarity have been the silver lining these last few months.For example, a pair of self-described “bored moms” dressed up in Tyrannosaurus rex costumes to bring smiles to local kids. A group paints inspirational messages on rocks and leaves them to be found in yards and around neighborhoods. Congratulatory cards are sent to young graduates unable to attend commencements due to COVID-19 from local people they di
  • 301 new homes proposed between two San Juan Capistrano projects

    301 new homes proposed between two San Juan Capistrano projects
    Two big development projects in San Juan Capistrano – one by the 5 Freeway off San Juan Creek and another on the last piece of privately owned farm land in the city – will soon go to the City Council.
    The two projects could add a combined 301 new units of housing in the city, 14 of which would be designated for those making moderate income.
    The projects have been in the works for years and recently got the support of the Planning Commission.
    A 169-unit project proposed for the 35-acr
  • Major League Soccer says 20 players have tested positive for COVID-19 since testing began in June

    Major League Soccer says 20 players have tested positive for COVID-19 since testing began in June
    As teams have began arriving in Orlando for next month’s MLS is Back Tournament, Major League Soccer shed some light on its COVID-19 testing
    According to the update, released Sunday evening, 18 players and six club staff members had tested positive for COVID-19. The tests occurred before traveling to Orlando.
    Of the teams that have already arrived (San Jose, Orlando City SC, Minnesota United, Columbus and FC Dallas) two additional players had positive tests. As of Sunday, there have been 3
  • Police investigate fatal shooting of man in Santa Ana

    Police investigate fatal shooting of man in Santa Ana
    Police were investigating the fatal shooting of a man found on a sidewalk in Santa Ana early Monday morning, officials said.
    At around 1:50 a.m., officers responded to a call of a shooting with a man down in the 1700 Block of West 5th Street, Santa Ana police said in a Monday statement. When they arrived, officers found the man with multiple gunshot wounds, and he was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
    Suspect information was not available and a motive for the shooting was unknown. The v
  • Status Update: Bella Terra reopens more stores; StretchLab opens in Irvine

    Status Update: Bella Terra reopens more stores; StretchLab opens in Irvine
    Bella Terra Huntington Beach is open for shopping and dining.
    Open restaurants include Buffalo Wild Wings, Cheesecake Factory and King’s Fish House. Starbucks also is open for walk-in customers.
    Open retail stores include Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Costco, Kohl’s, Old Navy, REI, Staples, and Whole Foods.
    Actress Salma Hayek arrives at the Virgin Unite Rock the Kasbah Gala on Thursday Oct. 23, 2008, in Los Angeles.A photo provided by RR Auction shows Mario Puzo’s
  • Status Update: Bella Terra in Surf City reopens more stores; StretchLab opens in Irvine

    Status Update: Bella Terra in Surf City reopens more stores; StretchLab opens in Irvine
    Bella Terra Huntington Beach is open for shopping and dining.
    Open restaurants include Buffalo Wild Wings, Cheesecake Factory and King’s Fish House. Starbucks also is open for walk-in customers.
    Open retail stores include Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Costco, Kohl’s, Old Navy, REI, Staples, and Whole Foods.
    Actress Salma Hayek arrives at the Virgin Unite Rock the Kasbah Gala on Thursday Oct. 23, 2008, in Los Angeles.A photo provided by RR Auction shows Mario Puzo’s
  • Here are 3 surprising things you can do to fight dementia

    Here are 3 surprising things you can do to fight dementia
    Many people begin to notice changes in their cognitive functioning as they age. Some find that they can’t quite remember why they entered a room or that the location of their keys is a constant mystery. Varying degrees of cognitive decline are common, and it is estimated that 14 million people will be diagnosed with dementia by 2050.
    Whether you are just working to keep your mind sharp or you are trying to ward off dementia, there are some things you can do to help your brain stay healthy.
  • Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law

    Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law
    By MARK SHERMAN
    WASHINGTON  — The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era.
    Chief Justice John Roberts joined with his four more liberal colleagues in ruling that the law requiring doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates the abortion right the court f
  • 5 powerful performances from the 20th annual BET Awards

    5 powerful performances from the 20th annual BET Awards
    For two decades, the BET Network has celebrated Black culture with its annual awards ceremony. While the event usually takes place inside Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live in Downtown Los Angeles, Sunday’s awards ceremony was carried out virtually due to the continued spread of coronavirus.
    Not only was BET commemorating the 20th anniversary of its awards show, but 2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the BET Network itself. Inglewood-born actress and comedian Amanda Seales hosted the broadcast
  • Rep. Katie Porter flexes political power with new fundraising committee to support progressive candidates

    Rep. Katie Porter flexes political power with new fundraising committee to support progressive candidates
    As she heads into the heart of her first re-election campaign, Rep. Katie Porter of Irvine is quickly becoming a power broker in the House of Representatives.
    She’s a Democrat in a flip district that still leans slightly red. But Porter is confident enough in her re-election chances that she’s announced the launch of her own “leadership PAC,” a political action committee that lets her raise and spend money separate from her own campaign fund, including for candidates othe
  • Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump, asks Interpol to help

    Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump, asks Interpol to help
    By NASSER KARIMI
    TEHRAN, Iran  — Iran has issued an arrest warrant and asked Interpol for help in detaining President Donald Trump and dozens of others it believes carried out the U.S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian general in Baghdad, a local prosecutor reportedly said Monday.
    While Trump faces no danger of arrest, the charges underscore the heightened tensions between Iran and the United States since Trump unilaterally withdrew America from Tehran’s nuclear deal with w
  • How the coronavirus is devastating Southern California’s Pacific Islanders

    How the coronavirus is devastating Southern California’s Pacific Islanders
    Pacific Islanders in Southern California are dying at a higher rate from the coronavirus than any other racial group in the region and statewide, an issue advocates say is getting swept under the radar because the population is small and tends to be lumped with other ethnic groups.
    While coronavirus case numbers overall are lower for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, the death rates are disproportionately higher when the entire population is taken into account, according to the California
  • Gavin Newsom’s confusing COVID-19 decrees

    Gavin Newsom’s confusing COVID-19 decrees
    Managing something as new and unpredictable as the COVID-19 pandemic is, by its nature, a difficult task.
    That said, Californians are rightfully confused by the rapid, even erratic, changes of course that Gov. Gavin Newsom has steered in recent weeks after drawing praise for his early and straightforward actions in the first days of the public health crisis.
    Newsom’s regular, although no longer weekly, webcasts on COVID-19 have evolved into repetitive talkathons resembling those annoying p
  • Accused Golden State Killer expected to plead guilty today

    Accused Golden State Killer expected to plead guilty today
    The man accused of being the Golden State Killer, who carried out a series of rapes and murders that terrorized residents across California in the 1970s and 1980s, is expected to plead guilty to dozens of crimes Monday, June 29, in a court hearing in Sacramento.
    Joseph DeAngelo, a former police officer who was arrested in 2018 after authorities identified him through DNA as the notorious serial killer, is expected to appear before his surviving victims and the relatives of those he is accused of
  • How Newsom could use his powers to revive California’s economy

    How Newsom could use his powers to revive California’s economy
    With Californians facing double-digit unemployment in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, California’s governor should be using his emergency powers to mitigate the pandemic’s effects on our economy.
    Unfortunately, he has interpreted his emergency powers to authorize him to legislate additional costs on employing Californians.
    Perhaps in good times, the state could add regulatory burdens on employment and small business without undermining the jobs market.  But
  • Modern Monetary Theory risks massive inflation

    Modern Monetary Theory risks massive inflation
    In response to the coronavirus, the federal government has added almost $3 trillion to the national debt just in the last few months. The federal budget is astronomically out of balance. No one in Washington seems to care. The deficit hawk is not just an endangered species; the bird is extinct.
    During the presidential primaries, Sen. Bernie Sanders espoused massive increases in government spending. When asked who would pay for it, he replied that modern monetary theory (“MMT”) p
  • California’s alleged Golden State Killer set to plead guilty

    California’s alleged Golden State Killer set to plead guilty
    By DON THOMPSON
    SACRAMENTO — Forty years after a sadistic suburban rapist terrorized California in what investigators later realized were a series of linked assaults and slayings, a 74-year-old former police officer is expected to plead guilty Monday to being the elusive Golden State Killer.
    The deal will spare Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. any chance of the death penalty for 13 murders and 13 kidnapping-related charges spanning six counties. In partial return, survivors of the assaults that s
  • Pedestrian fatally struck by vehicle in Huntington Beach identified

    Pedestrian fatally struck by vehicle in Huntington Beach identified
    A 54-year-old man who was struck and killed by a vehicle in Huntington Beach on Friday was identified Sunday, June 28 by the Orange County coroner’s office.
    Preliminary investigation showed the 66-year-old driver of a gray 2018 Hyundai Elantra was traveling westbound on Warner Avenue when the vehicle struck David Stame, according to Sgt. Matthew Austin of the Huntington Beach Police Department and the coroner’s office. He was crossing northbound at Bolsa Chica Street near Warner at a
  • Report: Patriots agree to one-year deal with QB Cam Newton

    Report: Patriots agree to one-year deal with QB Cam Newton
    BOSTON — The New England Patriots have reached an agreement with free-agent quarterback Cam Newton, bringing in the 2015 NFL Most Valuable Player to help the team move on from three-time MVP Tom Brady, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press.
    The one-year deal is worth up to $7.5 million with incentives, the person said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss it publicly. A Patriots spokesman said the team had nothing to announ
  • Report: New England Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

    Report: New England Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady
    BOSTON — The New England Patriots have reached an agreement with free-agent quarterback Cam Newton, bringing in the 2015 NFL Most Valuable Player to help the team move on from three-time MVP Tom Brady, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press.
    The one-year deal is worth up to $7.5 million with incentives, the person said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss it publicly. A Patriots spokesman said the team had nothing to announ
  • Angels’ top prospects invited to summer camp, with newly signed draft pick Reid Detmers on the way

    Angels’ top prospects invited to summer camp, with newly signed draft pick Reid Detmers on the way
    The Angels are getting ready for their first summer camp, with some of their top prospects and all of their top big leaguers ready to report.
    Outfielders Jo Adell, Brandon Marsh, Jordyn Adams and pitcher Chris Rodriguez were all among the 15 non-roster players the Angels included on their 55-man roster for their upcoming camp. Freshly signed draftee Reid Detmers is expected to get one of the five vacant spots as soon as MLB approves his contract.
    The list included everyone on the Angels’ 4
  • Coronavirus: Orange County reports 146 new cases and 3 new deaths as of June 28

    Coronavirus: Orange County reports 146 new cases and 3 new deaths as of June 28
    The Orange County Health Care Agency reported on Sunday, June 28 another 146 confirmed cases of coronavirus, bringing the case total in Orange County to 12,608. There were three new deaths in Sunday’s report, with the total at 326. Of those deaths, 170 were listed as people in skilled nursing facilities, and three were listed as homeless.
    The county has also been releasing an estimate for the number of recoveries from the virus, which was 6,988 as of Sunday. The recoveries are based on the
  • Dodgers announce first 51 in player pool for preseason restart

    Dodgers announce first 51 in player pool for preseason restart
    The most unique season in major-league history made for some unique roster decisions.
    The Dodgers’ announced the first 51 players in their 60-man ‘player pool’ Sunday afternoon. More players can be added but anyone removed from the list is ineligible for the 2020 season. Thirty will make the season-opening roster in approximately three weeks with that active roster cut to 28 after two weeks of play and 26 two weeks after that. A three-man ‘taxi squad’ will travel wi
  • Second horse in two days dies from racing injury at Los Alamitos

    Second horse in two days dies from racing injury at Los Alamitos
    CYPRESS — A 3-year-old filly was fatally injured during a race at Los Alamitos Race Course on Saturday night, making her the second racehorse to die at the track this weekend, officials said Sunday.
    Nana Shila was “fatally injured (not euthanized) Saturday night while racing in the first race at Los Alamitos,” Mike Marten, public information officer for the California Horse Racing Board, confirmed to City News Service.
    Nana Shila was owned by Mario Gamez and trained by Sally Ri
  • What is Orange County’s best new home community?

    What is Orange County’s best new home community?
    Cast your ballot in Best of Orange County voting through Tuesday, June 30.

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