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  • Mailbag: Choirs swept the competition

    Congratulations to the Burroughs High School Vocal Music Assn. for sweeping the national championship show choir competition in Richmond, Va., this past weekend! Both show choirs, Powerhouse and Sound Sensations, swept all major awards in their competition categories. On Sunday the 125 young people...

  • 'The Siegel,' about love and when to let go, makes its world premiere at South Coast Repertory

    'The Siegel,' about love and when to let go, makes its world premiere at South Coast Repertory

    The playwright folded his hands, leaned across a table and fixed his eyes on the stranger who had come to interview him. "I repeat, there is nothing personal in the play," he says to her. An actress, overhearing his conversation, giggles. "Stop laughing!" he snaps into the phone. Playwright Michael...

  • Bennett: Best parts of Mexico's food scene converge at Puesto

    Bennett: Best parts of Mexico's food scene converge at Puesto

    Puesto might be the only restaurant in Irvine that will change the way you think about Mexican street food. But in order for it to work its magic, you'll have to leave your expectations at the door. Otherwise, you'll spend most of your first visit to the too-cool, 3-month-old restaurant as I did,...

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  • Woman charged with murdering Costa Mesa man told police he attacked her

    Woman charged with murdering Costa Mesa man told police he attacked her

    The 21-year-old woman accused of murder in the death of a man found with stab wounds inside his Costa Mesa condominium March 11 told police investigators that the man had attacked her before he died, according to a court filing. Orange County Deputy District Attorney Matt Murphy filed a motion...

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  • OCC professor who made anti-Trump comments declines Faculty of the Year award

    OCC professor who made anti-Trump comments declines Faculty of the Year award

    The Orange Coast College professor who made controversial comments about now-President Trump in a video recorded by a student during class last fall has declined to accept OCC's Faculty of the Year award, according to the college. Human-sexuality professor Olga Perez Stable Cox was notified of...

  • Forest Service demolishes Silverado Canyon dams despite protests

    Forest Service demolishes Silverado Canyon dams despite protests

    Officials continued their plans Wednesday to demolish 10 dams throughout the Santa Ana mountains, starting with three along Silverado Creek. About a dozen community members protested the Orange County demolition Tuesday and Wednesday near the Maple Springs Visitor Center, authorities said. Residents...

  • Southern California woman sold sick puppies through fake rescue group, prosecutors say

    Southern California woman sold sick puppies through fake rescue group, prosecutors say

    A Southern California woman has been accused of running a fake rescue organization and selling sick puppies to unsuspecting families. Megan Ann Hoechstetter, 42, was charged Monday with 20 misdemeanor counts of keeping an animal without proper care and two misdemeanor counts of animal abuse by...

  • Doughnut shop owner scuffles with suspects during armed robbery

    Doughnut shop owner scuffles with suspects during armed robbery

    The owner of a Burbank doughnut shop was attacked early Wednesday morning during an armed robbery, according to police. Two men wearing hooded sweatshirts and masks entered Kim’s Donuts and Coffee on Victory Boulevard around 5:25 a.m. Burbank Police Lt. Travis Irving said at least one of the men...

  • Costa Mesa OKs Chargers' training camp lease

    Costa Mesa OKs Chargers' training camp lease

    With a unanimous City Council vote and a round of applause Tuesday night, Costa Mesa joined a select group of cities that can boast of hosting training camp for a professional football team. For up to the next 10 seasons, the Los Angeles Chargers will hold their summertime camp at the city's Jack...

  • Masked gunmen rob Huntington Beach hair salon

    Two masked men with handguns made off with cellphones and several hundred dollars in cash from a Huntington Beach hair salon Tuesday night, police said. Huntington Beach police received a call at 10:17 p.m. from Zie Beauty, a salon and supply store at 17316 Beach Blvd., reporting that a robbery...

  • Santa Ana police identify a suspect in fatal hit-and-run

    Santa Ana police identify a suspect in fatal hit-and-run

    Santa Ana police have identified a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run collision that killed a motorcyclist last week. Luis Eduardo Distancia, 45, is believed to have been driving a white 2006 Ford Econoline van that struck a motorcycle just before 5 p.m. Friday at Standard Avenue and Walnut Street,...

  • Sports Roundup: St. Francis baseball ends drought

    BASEBALLSt. Francis 12, Crespi 1: It figured that on a rainy day, the Golden Knights would break a couple of droughts.St. Francis picked up its first victory this season on Tuesday afternoon, broke an overall 14-game skid and snapped a Mission League seven-game losing streak with a road victory...

  • Schaefer, Brady merit top awards for Flintridge Prep girls’ soccer

    Schaefer, Brady merit top awards for Flintridge Prep girls’ soccer

    Soccer: Rebels twosome take home Prep League Offensive, Defensive MVP honors.

  • Notorious L.A. earthquake fault more dangerous than experts believed, new research shows

    Notorious L.A. earthquake fault more dangerous than experts believed, new research shows

    The Newport-Inglewood fault has long been considered one of Southern California’s top seismic danger zones because it runs under some of the region’s most densely populated areas, from the Westside of Los Angeles to the Orange County coast. But new research shows that the fault may be even more...

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