• Orange County scores and player stats for Wednesday, April 7

    Orange County scores and player stats for Wednesday, April 7
    Scores and stats from Orange County games on Wednesday, April 7.Click here for details about sending your team’s scores and stats to the Register.WEDNESDAY’S SCORES
    BASEBALL
    NONLEAGUE
    Harvard/Westlake 6, JSerra 4
    Orange Lutheran 10, Damien 1
    Edison 15, Westminster 0
    Ocean View 3, Fountain Valley 2
    SOFTBALL
    NONLEAGUE
    La Habra 5, Murrieta Mesa 2
    LH: Rodriguez 3-4, 2B, RBI, Kissling 3-4, 2B, Alarid 2-2, RBI
    Other scores
    Huntington Beach 6, Ocean View 0
    Troy 12, Loara 2
    El Dorado 2, Rosa
  • Analysis: Frank Vogel, Lakers coaching staff has helped grow scrappy mentality

    Analysis: Frank Vogel, Lakers coaching staff has helped grow scrappy mentality
    After a gritty victory over a highly favored Nets team on Saturday night, Frank Vogel couldn’t pick just one player to give props.
    The Lakers coach, in fact, listed all 15 of his regular roster players by name — whether they took the court or not — for their contributions. He commended the physical presence of Andre Drummond and Markieff Morris; he credited Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for “defending his butt off” through an early shooting slump; of his ejected point gu
  • Kings face best in the West Division this week

    Kings face best in the West Division this week
    While the Kings have a significant deficit to make up to reach the playoffs, they also have the easiest schedule among West Division teams, thanks in large part to five of the remaining 16 games coming against the last-place Ducks.
    But they’ll face a test of mettle in the short run, confronting the top teams in the West Division for four games. They’ll start that stretch by hosting the Vegas Golden Knights Monday and Wednesday, before traveling to Colorado to meet the Avalanche.
    Coac
  • Ducks eager for fans’ return to Honda Center after more than a year away

    Ducks eager for fans’ return to Honda Center after more than a year away
    ANAHEIM — The Ducks’ game Sunday afternoon against the Colorado Avalanche was set to be their last without fans in attendance at Honda Center. If all goes as planned, California will lift restrictions on indoor spectators Thursday, just in time for the Ducks’ game Friday against the Vegas Golden Knights.
    Attendance will be limited to less than 2,000 at the 17,174-seat arena. The cheers and boos of the fans will be music to the ears of the Ducks, who last played in front of a ho
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  • Congress revisits the SALT deduction

    Congress revisits the SALT deduction
    As President Joe Biden and Congress push the next round of big tax hikes and spending bills, Californians will be hearing a great deal about the so-called “SALT” deduction. SALT stands for state and local taxes and, for many years prior to President Trump’s term in office, taxpayers could deduct those taxes from their federal tax returns without limitation.
    Then in 2017, Congress passed and the president signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It limited the amount of state and local
  • Ahead of ‘white lives’ rally, protests begin at Huntington Beach pier

    Ahead of ‘white lives’ rally, protests begin at Huntington Beach pier
    Black Lives Matter supporters gathered at the Huntington Beach Pier Sunday morning, April 11 to protest an upcoming “white lives matter” demonstration that was promoted in leaflets touting the Ku Klux Klan.
    “We are united in Huntington Beach against racism and hate,” Tory Johnson, BLM Huntington Beach chapter founder, said on Facebook. “White supremacy is not welcome here and we will do everything possible to prevent this rally and defend our community from racist t
  • Fifty nifty things that turn 50 this year

    Fifty nifty things that turn 50 this year
    Fifty things are turning 50 this year. That’s right, 50 well-known people, places, things and events are celebrating their big five-O birthday in 2021.
    A few of my favorites are the Apollo 14 moon mission when Alan Shepard practiced his golf swing and fellow astronauts brought back 94 pounds of rock. Back on Earth, email history began when Ray Tomlinson developed a program for sending electronic mail during downtime while working on a Department of Defense project. Walt Disney World opened
  • The Latest: Michigan pushing for more vaccines amid spike

    The Latest: Michigan pushing for more vaccines amid spike
    By The Associated Press
    DETROIT — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vowed to keep pushing the White House for more COVID-19 vaccines as the state experiences a spike in cases.
    The Democrat on Sunday told CBS’ “Face The Nation” that she plans to work with the White House but wants to do everything she can to get additional vaccine doses.
    President Joe Biden has said Washington will give Michigan more federal resources to support vaccinations and testing but not additional vac
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  • Report: Clippers plan to sign guard Yogi Ferrell

    Report: Clippers plan to sign guard Yogi Ferrell
    The Clippers are expected to sign 6-foot free agent combo guard Yogi Ferrell to a 10-day contract once he’s cleared the necessary coronavirus health and protocols in the coming days, according to a tweet by The Athletics Shams Charania.
    Ferrell could provide depth behind veteran guards Reggie Jackson and Rajon Rondo, whom stand to play heavy minutes in the absence of starting guard Patrick Beverley, who had surgery on a fractured bone in his left hand Friday and isn’t scheduled to be
  • Angels’ Dexter Fowler to undergo season-ending knee surgery

    Angels’ Dexter Fowler to undergo season-ending knee surgery
    Upon hearing the news that his season is over, Dexter Fowler didn’t spend any time lamenting his bad luck.
    “I just want to tell everybody that the comeback season has commenced,” Fowler said Sunday morning from Dunedin, Fla., where the Angels learned that an MRI exam of Fowler’s left knee showed a torn ACL that will require season-ending surgery.
    “At the end of the day, these are the cards I’ve been dealt. I’ve got to deal with them and go at it like tha
  • Mental health evaluation of mother was requested before 3 Reseda children were stabbed to death, records show

    Mental health evaluation of mother was requested before 3 Reseda children were stabbed to death, records show
    A woman taken into custody after her three young children were stabbed to death at a Reseda apartment was involved in a custody dispute with the father, who requested her mental health be evaluated, court records show.
    The three children were discovered by their grandmother on Saturday morning, Los Angeles police said, and the mother, 30-year-old Liliana Carrillo, was apprehended hours later in Tulare County.
    Court records from March identify the children as Joanna, 3, Terry, 2, and Sierra, near
  • ‘It’s unfathomable’: questions loom after stabbing deaths of 3 children in Reseda

    ‘It’s unfathomable’: questions loom after stabbing deaths of 3 children in Reseda
    An investigation was ongoing Sunday into a mother who was taken into custody after her three young children were stabbed to death at a Reseda apartment a day earlier.
    The three children – ages 3, 2 and 6 months old – were found by their grandmother on Saturday morning, Los Angeles police said, and the mother, 30-year-old Liliana Carrillo, was apprehended hours later in Tulare County.
    Teri Miller, cousin of the children’s father, told Fox11 that Carrillo was “very sick and
  • Pandemic lockdowns have damaged California’s school children

    Pandemic lockdowns have damaged California’s school children
    A comprehensive history of the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on California would surely conclude that the state’s school children have been treated shamefully.
    The incessant political squabbling over closing and reopening schools, and the sporadic efforts at in-home learning, have once again demonstrated that the supposed adults who manage and operate public education in California are more focused on their own interests than on the wellbeing of students.
    Indeed, one could easily descri
  • The Latest: Single-day high for cases in Ontario, Canada

    The Latest: Single-day high for cases in Ontario, Canada
    By The Associated Press
    TORONTO — Canada’s most populous province reported a new single-day high for new infections with nearly 4,460 cases across Ontario.
    The latest figures released Sunday also show a sharp rise of new confirmed cases in Toronto, which jumped by nearly 400 to over 1,350.
    More than 3.1 million vaccine doses have been administered in Ontario so far. The province has a population of 14.5 million.
    ___
    THE VIRUS OUTBREAK:
    — Ecuador, Peru head to polls under strict
  • Immigration and family separation policies at the US border inspire comic book ‘Home’

    Immigration and family separation policies at the US border inspire comic book ‘Home’
    When news of the separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico border came to light in 2018, the disclosure sent Julio Anta reeling.
    “I’m not usually surprised by the way that this government treats Latinx people or immigrants of any kind,” says Anta by phone from his home in New York, “but family separation felt different to me. I was shocked by it, like a lot of people were. It made me really angry and it made me really sad and I didn’t know how to deal with that.&rdq
  • Why $13 billion made by 20 real estate tycoons looks small

    Why $13 billion made by 20 real estate tycoons looks small
    Donald Bren, the 88-year-old owner of real estate giant Orange County-based Irvine Co., has a net worth of $15.3 billion, according to Forbes — again the nation’s wealthiest individual property owner.Fifth-wealthiest US real estate owner was Edward Roski, Jr.,82. His $5.5 billion worth, as estimated by Forbes, comes from Majestic Realty, a Los Angeles-based developer.
    Rick Caruso, 62, has a $4.2 billion net worth from his Los Angeles mall development firm, according to Forbes. It&rsq
  • 2-alarm fire rages at Irvine aerospace company

    2-alarm fire rages at Irvine aerospace company
    Dozens of firefighters battled a 2-alarm blaze at an aerospace company in Irvine on Saturday night.
    When they arrived at the building at 1641 Reynolds Ave. shortly after 9:05 p.m., heavy smoke was coming through the roof, Orange County Fire Authority spokesman Capt. Greg Barta told OC Hawk, a news videographer.
    Elite Aerospace Group, an aerospace component manufacturer, is located at that address.
    The cause of the fire and a damage estimate were not immediately available Sunday. No injuries were
  • Be wary of the post-Capitol riot surveillance state push

    Be wary of the post-Capitol riot surveillance state push
    In a development that could “embarrass the Biden administration,” as one news outlet stated, many of the people who participated in the protest/riot/insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6 “are likely to get little or no jail time.”
    Politico reported that this would be a “jarring reality check” for “Americans outraged by the storming of Capitol Hill.”
    Reality is embarrassing because the Biden administration and many Democratic lawmakers have “p
  • Friends in need or in need of friends?: Doug McIntyre

    Friends in need or in need of friends?: Doug McIntyre
    As of this paragraph, Mark Zuckerberg says I have 4,495 friends on Facebook. But I’m much more popular than that. You see, I have three Facebook pages. On my second page, I have another 3,024 friends. On page three, there’s 1,496 more. So, collectively I’ve managed to accumulate 9,015 social media chums, 25 of whom I have actually met.
    But even this doesn’t begin to reflect the enormity of my personal popularity. “Mr. Charisma” has expanded his reach beyond Fa
  • Masks the creeps among us discard

    Masks the creeps among us discard
    What is it about old people and trash?
    We’re against it. Rather strongly. Solving the litter problem by simply picking it up feels like a little victory over all that is wrong in this world.
    As I have mentioned in this space before, my sister and I spent our summers growing up in the 1960s with our grandmother Hazel O’Brien Oliver at her mother’s cabin in the Palo Duro Canyon in the Texas Panhandle. It’s an endearing place, with a muddy creek filled with perch and snappin
  • COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy begins to fade, but stubborn resistance remains among evangelicals

    COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy begins to fade, but stubborn resistance remains among evangelicals
    He has been pushed off Facebook and banned from Twitter, but Larry Cook battles on at StopMandatoryVaccination.com, where the Los Angeles man tries to explain why COVID-19 vaccines are evil and why President Donald Trump — who he insists will return to power — got one anyway.
    Kaiser Family Foundation
    Some evangelical Christians tie the vaccines to Satan, the Mark of the Beast and an impending apocalypse.
    And in sunny Surf City, Huntington Beach Mayor Pro Tem Tito Ortiz refuses to wea
  • If the pandemic has left you feeling vulnerable, here’s what you can do

    If the pandemic has left you feeling vulnerable, here’s what you can do
    Q. I am 68 and recently retired from a college administrative job and have been divorced for about two years after a 35-year marriage. Fortunately, I have received my two vaccines. I live alone in an apartment and am just coming out of pandemic restrictions. I am feeling very vulnerable which is relatively new for me. How can I overcome feelings of uneasiness and vulnerability? Many thanks. A.B.
    A. Dear A.B.
    You are not alone. There are good reasons to feel vulnerable. Our life experiences,
  • The Latest: Iran reports highest daily death toll of 2021

    The Latest: Iran reports highest daily death toll of 2021
    By The Associated Press
    TEHRAN, Iran — Iran on Sunday reported its highest single-day death toll from COVID-19 this year, bringing the country’s total deaths in the pandemic to nearly 64,500, state TV reported.
    The report said 258 new deaths were recorded in 24 hours. Iran’s deadliest day of the pandemic was in mid-November, when more than 480 deaths were tallied.
    Sunday’s news report said health care officials also confirmed 21,063 new coronavirus cases since the day bef
  • Who’s on your team? It takes a village to organize the finances

    Who’s on your team? It takes a village to organize the finances
    A few years back, a certified public accountant called, asking me to reach out to a married couple to discuss their personal finances. For the sake of privacy, this article will refer to them as John and Rose Smith.
    It was the middle of tax season and the CPA had just completed the Smiths’ tax returns. John and Rose were both in their late 70s and John’s health was quickly declining. To add to this, the family finances were spinning out of control.
    In addition to taking care of her a
  • Random real estate thoughts: Strange market days and a reminder to live fully

    Random real estate thoughts: Strange market days and a reminder to live fully
    Well, we are clipping along at warp speed – three months of 2021 in the books. But, occasionally, several issues burden my inbox. Therefore, please consider this column a “spring cleaning” of sorts.
    Two recent appearances
    Recently, I was honored to sit on a panel of commercial real estate experts and as a guest on a radio show. The cool thing was I never left my garage office. The Institute of Real Estate Management panel was conducted via Zoom and the radio spot over the phone
  • Tesoro’s Katie Crom captures 200 butterfly at TYR Pro Swim in Mission Viejo

    Tesoro’s Katie Crom captures 200 butterfly at TYR Pro Swim in Mission Viejo
    An Orange County high school-age swimmer raced her way into the spotlight amid the Olympians at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Mission Viejo on Saturday, April 10.
    Tesoro High junior Katie Crom, representing the host Mission Viejo Nadadores, won the 200-meter butterfly in a lifetime-best time of 2 minutes, 10.38 seconds at the Marguerite Recreation Center.
    Crom, 17, surged in the final lap to out-touch 18-year-old Lillie Nordmann of Alto Swim Club in Northern California by just over two-tenths of a
  • St. John Bosco crushes Orange Lutheran, quickly turns focus to Mater Dei

    St. John Bosco crushes Orange Lutheran, quickly turns focus to Mater Dei
    BELLFLOWER — Pierce Clarkson threw touchdown passes on his first three throws, St. John Bosco scored six touchdowns on its first 22 offensive plays and added another on a long interception return, and the Braves on Saturday night rolled into next weekend’s Trinity League showdown with Mater Dei by dominating visiting Orange Lutheran, 55-0.
    Clarkson, a sophomore, completed 5 of 6 passes for 130 yards, junior Katin Houser hit on 7 of 9 for 158 yards and another score, and nine ballcarr
  • Kings excel in all areas, defeat Sharks

    Kings excel in all areas, defeat Sharks
    San Jose Sharks center Dylan Gambrell (7) vies for the puck against Los Angeles Kings left wing Andreas Athanasiou (22) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, April 10, 2021, in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)
    San Jose Sharks center Dylan Gambrell (7) watches his goal against Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick (32) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, April 10, 2021, in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)
    San Jose Sharks center Logan Coutu
  • High school football: Saturday’s scores, April 10

    High school football: Saturday’s scores, April 10
    FOOTBALL SCORES
    SATURDAY’S RESULTS
    CIF-SS
    ANGELUS LEAGUE
    St. Francis 63, Crespi 26
    CAMINO LEAGUE
    St. Bonaventure 24, Camarillo 14
    CANYON LEAGUE
    Oak Park 21, Thousand Oaks 17
    CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
    Citrus Valley 38, Beaumont 36
    Cajon 42, Redlands 13
    Yucaipa 31, Redlands East Valley 0
    CITRUS COAST LEAGUE
    Santa Paula 48, Carpinteria 7
    HACIENDA LEAGUE
    Diamond Bar 28, Nogales 0
    INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE
    Moreno Valley 36, Canyon Springs 15
    Vista del Lago 50, Riverside Poly 0
    IVY LEAGUE
    Heritage 28, Elsin
  • Angels blown out by Blue Jays after review goes against them

    Angels blown out by Blue Jays after review goes against them
    Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo, center, and Los Angeles Angels manager Joe Maddon, center right, talk to the grounds crew and umpires during a rain delay at a baseball game Saturday, April 10, 2021, in Dunedin, Fla. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)
    Jose Quintana #62 of the Los Angeles Angels throws a pitch during the first inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at TD Ballpark on April 10, 2021 in Dunedin, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images)
    Jose Quintana #62 of the Los Angeles A

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