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  • Costa Mesa loses to Calvary Chapel in girls’ golf

    Calvary Chapel improved to 2-0 in the Orange Coast League by defeating Costa Mesa 245-262 in a girls’ golf match at Costa Mesa Country Club on Wednesday. The Mustangs fell to 1-2 in league. To report scores of high school and college games, or other newsworthy items from youth to pro sports, contact...

  • Golden West College beats Orange Coast College in Orange Empire Conference men’s water polo opener

    The Golden West College men’s water polo team has continued where it left off last season. The Rustlers won their 35th straight game dating back to last season, routing rival Orange Coast College 16-4 in an Orange Empire Conference opener at Golden West on Wednesday. Golden West, which is 4-0 overall...

  • Mater Dei turns back Huntington Beach in boys’ water polo

    Mater Dei turns back Huntington Beach in boys’ water polo

    Heading into Wednesday’s nonleague showdown at Huntington Beach, Mater Dei High boys’ water polo coach Chris Segesman said he didn’t talk to his team about the last time the Monarchs played the Oilers. Huntington Beach knocked off defending CIF Southern Section Division 1 champion Mater Dei last...

  • CdM girls’ tennis stays unbeaten with road win over San Clemente

    CdM girls’ tennis stays unbeaten with road win over San Clemente

    SAN CLEMENTE — Paulina Loredo and Roxy MacKenzie swept in doubles as the Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis team beat San Clemente, 13-5, in a nonleague match Wednesday. Brooke Kenerson won two doubles sets with Bella McKinney and one with Dylan Matesky for the Sea Kings (8-0), ranked No. 2 in CIF...

  • Flintridge Prep surrenders big runs in loss to Pasadena Poly

    Flintridge Prep surrenders big runs in loss to Pasadena Poly

    LA CAÑADA — The Flintridge Prep girls’ volleyball team had not played a match in a week when it took on Pasadena Poly Wednesday evening. The lack of competition might have led to some rusty play by the Rebels in the Prep League contest. Flintridge Prep gave up sizable runs in all three games against...

  • As churchgoers we urge Congress to protect, not deport, the Dreamers by passing the act in their name

    As churchgoers we urge Congress to protect, not deport, the Dreamers by passing the act in their name

    We write as people of faith who are either attendees at, or members of, Irvine United Congregational Church. Our progressive Christian faith prompts us to strenuously object to the decision by President Trump to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Terminating DACA means turning...

  • Minor League Update: Gailen just falls short in championship quest

    Minor League Update: Gailen just falls short in championship quest

    Blake Gailen (Glendale Community College, 2005) Tulsa Drillers: A magical season concluded for the 32-year-old former Vaqueros standout on Sunday. Gailen’s Tulsa Drillers, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ double-A affiliate, lost, 1-0, to the visiting Midland Rockhounds on Sunday in the Texas League Championship...

  • Weekly Football Previews: Pacific League play kicks off Friday

    Weekly Football Previews: Pacific League play kicks off Friday

    Pacific League play kicks off this week and in a rare circumstance with so many squads sharing home fields – Crescenta Valley High, Glendale and Hoover at Moyse Field and Burbank and Burroughs at Memorial Field – all four games will be on Friday night. That anomaly exists as Burbank is playing a...

Los Angeles News

  • Burglars, one posing as utility worker, target 88-year-old woman

    Burglars, one posing as utility worker, target 88-year-old woman

    Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a pair of men suspected of committing a distraction burglary of the home of an 88-year-old woman in Glendale on Sept. 13. The incident occurred sometime around 4:40 p.m. in the 1400 block of Garden Street, according to Tahnee Lightfoot, a spokeswoman...

  • L.A. begins crackdown on Hollywood Hills 'party houses'

    L.A. begins crackdown on Hollywood Hills 'party houses'

    It’s one of the worst-kept secrets of living in the Hollywood Hills. Many of those raucous parties hosted above the glittering lights in those midcentury boxes of glass and beams are not hosted by people who actually live in the upscale canyons and hillsides. Rather, homeowners and property managers...

  • Mayor Rogers announces he has stage 4 liver cancer, will continue role as mayor

    Mayor Rogers announces he has stage 4 liver cancer, will continue role as mayor

    Surrounded by his City Council colleagues and the media, Burbank Mayor Will Rogers announced on Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer and non-alcoholic cirrhosis. “Like every one of us here today, I don’t know if I have another week or another five weeks,” Rogers said during...

  • Girl Scouts to open Newport Beach educational center on Saturday

    Girl Scouts to open Newport Beach educational center on Saturday

    A new Girl Scouts educational facility in Newport Beach will have its public grand opening Saturday. The Argyros Girl Scout Leadership Center, named after major donors George and Julia Argyros of Newport Beach, is on the Balboa Peninsula, next to Marina Park. It replaces the Neva B. Thomas Girl...

  • Former Brat Pack star Anthony Michael Hall convicted of assaulting neighbor

    Former Brat Pack star Anthony Michael Hall convicted of assaulting neighbor

    “The Breakfast Club” actor Anthony Michael Hall, facing a felony battery charge for breaking a neighbor’s wrist in a struggle, opted Wednesday to plead no contest to a misdemeanor assault and was sentenced to three years of probation. Hall must also serve 40 hours of community service in connection...

  • Fountain Valley firefighters to get raises totaling 10.5% over 3 years

    Fountain Valley firefighters to get raises totaling 10.5% over 3 years

    Fountain Valley firefighters will receive a series of pay raises totaling 10.5% over the next three years under a package approved by the City Council on Tuesday. Firefighters and battalion chiefs will get raises of 4% this year, 3.5% next year and 3% the year after. The previous base salary range...

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  • Fountain Valley well repairs to cost an additional $752,000

    Fountain Valley will spend an additional $752,000 on planned and emergency groundwater well repairs this year. The city will spend $176,000 to bring a well back online that went down unexpectedly this summer with pump problems, plus $576,000 to revive two wells that have been dormant for months...

  • Costa Mesa takes steps to prohibit possession of illegal fireworks

    Costa Mesa takes steps to prohibit possession of illegal fireworks

    Costa Mesa City Council members advanced an ordinance Tuesday that would amend the municipal code to prohibit possession of illegal fireworks. The proposed change is meant to give the Police Department another tool to combat the use of those devices, particularly around the Fourth of July. The...

  • Sports Roundup: Indians finish third, Bulldogs fourth in league golf match

    GIRLS’ GOLF Burroughs, Burbank in Pacific League match No. 3: The Indians placed third and the Bulldogs were fourth Tuesday afternoon at De Bell Golf Club. Arcadia (213) won the match and was followed by La Cañada (224), Burroughs (233), Burbank (249) and Crescenta Valley (268). On the par-36 course,...

  • Sailors earn big OT road win at Harvard-Westlake

    Sailors earn big OT road win at Harvard-Westlake

    Legacy is a word that’s used a lot in the Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo program. This year, the Sailors even have a book to go with it. They’re reading the book, “Legacy,” by James Kerr, about the New Zealand All Blacks national rugby team. The Sailors have won 12 CIF titles and have always...

  • Fountain Valley boys’ water polo tops Mission Viejo

    Fountain Valley boys’ water polo tops Mission Viejo

    Kyle Graham scored four goals as the Fountain Valley High boys’ water polo team earned a 9-5 win over Mission Viejo on Tuesday. Dylan LeBaron added three goals for the Barons (6-4). Jake Huynen made six saves. To report scores of high school and college games, or other newsworthy items from youth...

  • Estancia wins league opener over Costa Mesa

    Estancia High girls’ tennis beat rival Costa Mesa, 9-9 and 87-81 on games, in the teams’ Orange Coast League opener Tuesday at Estancia. Angeles Colin and Veronica Martines won the deciding doubles set for the Eagles, and Rocio Hernandez and Julianna Balducci swept in doubles. Daisy Arroyo swept...

  • Crescenta Valley boys, Burroughs’ Virtue turn in big efforts at league meet

    Crescenta Valley boys, Burroughs’ Virtue turn in big efforts at league meet

    ARCADIA — If the Pacific League’s first cross-country race is a true precursor for the rest of the season, then the Crescenta Valley High program and Burroughs’ Emily Virtue are in for big years. The Falcons boys captured their first league race in years behind the fourth straight league individual...

  • Doubles the difference for CdM girls’ tennis in big win over No. 3 Peninsula

    Doubles the difference for CdM girls’ tennis in big win over No. 3 Peninsula

    If a student-athlete is coming to Corona del Mar High to play tennis, it is difficult to picture any of them being surprised by the competition placed before them. The battle to make the Sea Kings’ roster stacks up as one of the tougher tasks that a player will deal with all year. That is why CdM...

  • Ref Rodriguez, facing criminal charges, resigns as L.A. school board president

    Ref Rodriguez, facing criminal charges, resigns as L.A. school board president

    Less than three months into his role as president of the Los Angeles Board of Education, Ref Rodriguez announced Tuesday that he would step down from that post to spare the school district the distraction of a criminal case filed against him. The decision marks a stunning turnaround for Rodriguez...

  • Airport authority commissioners express their opinions about transportation center art project

    Airport authority commissioners express their opinions about transportation center art project

    Members of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority made it clear Monday they want all three cities individually represented in the artwork that will mounted on the transportation center at Hollywood Burbank Airport. They were briefed on the status of the project, which will feature six...

  • Glendale girls' tennis way too much for cross-town rival

    GLENDALE —With the Glendale High and Hoover girls’ tennis teams each having new coaches, the Nitros and Tornadoes are under reconstruction. Glendale and Hoover are building for the future, but also have their goals set for this season. Cross-town rivals Glendale and Hoover met Tuesday in the first...

  • Burbank tennis continues dominance over Burroughs

    BURBANK — None of the current Burbank High girls’ tennis players have ever lost to Burroughs. Bulldogs coach Loi Phan has never suffered defeat against the cross-town rival Indians in his 10 years coming into this season. The Burbank players and their coach kept those dominant streaks intact in the...

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