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  • Sports Roundup: Glendale Community College baseball wins fifth in a row

    COLLEGE BASEBALLGlendale Community College 6, Golden West College 3: The visiting Vaqueros (10-3) notched a nonconference win Friday. Glendale has won five straight games.The Vaqueros got three hits each from Frank Garriola and Troy Viola and two apiece from Bruno Teramoto, Cristian Montes and...

  • Burbank’s Washington looks for WBC title upset against Wilder

    Burbank’s Washington looks for WBC title upset against Wilder

    On roughly one month’s notice, Gerald Washington took on far and away the greatest challenge of his boxing career and the greatest opportunity.Washington, who trains under John Pullman at Pullmans Boxing Gym in Burbank, will challenge knockout king Deontay Wilder for the World Boxing Council heavyweight...

  • Nonprofit gives Fountain Valley High students a lesson about teen dating violence

    Nonprofit gives Fountain Valley High students a lesson about teen dating violence

    Fountain Valley High School students learned about the effects of teen dating violence and how to break the cycle of toxic relationships through "Love Shouldn't Hurt," a presentation this week created by Irvine-based nonprofit Human Options. The after-school presentation Wednesday, hosted by the...

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  • Bennett: 'Green' means go for people who want to eat healthy

    Bennett: 'Green' means go for people who want to eat healthy

    When chef Roy Choi announced in 2014 that he was teaming up with chef Daniel Patterson to take on a mission to revolutionize fast food, the culinary world let out a collective gasp. Why was the inventor of the Koji BBQ Taco Truck — the undisputed instigator for an entire wave of gourmet meals on...

  • Mailbag: Concern for the undocumented

    I am very concerned about the undocumented workers in Glendale. I don't believe they are totally at fault for their situation. If U.S. employers didn't hire the undocumented they wouldn't be drawn into the country. Americans who demand goods and services at the lowest possible cost and are perfectly...

  • 12-foot shark sighting triggers warning to stay out of water off part of Huntington Beach

    Lifeguards warned swimmers and surfers to stay out of a stretch of ocean at Bolsa Chica State Beach and Sunset Beach on Friday after a 12-foot shark was reported 100 yards from shore. A Huntington Beach patrol helicopter crew saw what appeared to be a great white shark around 10:45 a.m. Lifeguards...

  • Demonstrators take their call for a town hall to Rohrabacher's house

    Demonstrators take their call for a town hall to Rohrabacher's house

    About 50 demonstrators gathered outside the Eastside Costa Mesa home of Rep. Dana Rohrabacher on Thursday night, demanding that the longtime Republican congressman fulfill their requests for a town hall meeting. The demonstration, organized by Courage Campaign, a progressive activist group, and...

  • Jonathan Gold reviews Irenia in Santa Ana, which is reinterpreting traditional Filipino cuisine

    Jonathan Gold reviews Irenia in Santa Ana, which is reinterpreting traditional Filipino cuisine

    When you hit Irenia at the right time in the afternoon, maybe late on a Saturday when the lunch rush has faded away, you may run into a couple of old guys who look as if they’ve never left their table in the bar, nursing bottles of San Miguel and idly crunching their way through a bowl of dilis,...

  • Theft suspects ripped out 14 iPhones on display at Apple Store, police say

    Theft suspects ripped out 14 iPhones on display at Apple Store, police say

    A reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrests of two men who allegedly stole more than $14,000 worth of merchandise from the Apple Store at the Americana at Brand, Glendale police announced on Thursday. The two men reportedly walked into the store around at 8:40 p.m. on Jan....

  • Mailbag: Confidence in Steve Frintner

    I am writing in support of Steve Frintner for Burbank Unified School District School Board. I've had the pleasure of knowing Steve and his family for over 10 years and believe he is an excellent choice to be a voice on our school board. He hit the ground running when he first stepped up at a PTA...

  • Black History Month artwork torn down at Orange Coast College; investigation launched

    Black History Month artwork torn down at Orange Coast College; investigation launched

    Orange Coast College is investigating after Black History Month student artwork was torn down in the campus Art Center on Tuesday. The art project includes 18 names of people killed by police listed on nine black vinyl banners with the words "Promise that you will sing about me" at the top, referring...

  • Rivas to head SoCal Crush women’s soccer team

    Rivas to head SoCal Crush women’s soccer team

    Former Crescenta Valley High girls’ soccer Coach Reggie Rivas was named the first coach in the history of the newly formed Southern California Crush Football Club.The team officially joined the United Women’s Soccer League, a Tier 2 league, on Saturday and made its hire of Rivas, director of operations...

  • Butterflies rule at Fountain Valley events

    Butterflies rule at Fountain Valley events

    OC Parks invited families to learn about monarch butterflies and their natural habitat with an up-close look at the creatures at the eighth annual Monarch Butterfly Day at Mile Square Regional Park in Fountain Valley. The free event this month at the park's Forest Shelter featured butterfly experts...

  • Want to be a Laguna Beach lifeguard? Tryouts are Saturday and March 11

    Want to be a Laguna Beach lifeguard? Tryouts are Saturday and March 11

    It's that time of year when Laguna Beach hosts tryouts for prospective seasonal ocean lifeguards. The tryouts, to be held Saturday and March 11 at Main Beach, will involve a 1,000-meter swim, a run-swim-run and a sprint swim. Those who do well could then advance to the Marine Safety Department's...

  • Laguna police plan to step up DUI patrols this weekend

    Laguna Beach police will be on high alert this weekend for drug- and alcohol-impaired drivers. The department plans saturation patrols between 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 a.m. Sunday in areas with high frequencies of DUI crashes and arrests, according to a news release. Specific locations were not announced....

  • Man seriously injured in Huntington Beach stabbing

    A man was seriously injured when he was stabbed Tuesday night in what police believe was a gang-related incident in Huntington Beach. Huntington Beach police officers responded around 10:40 p.m. to the 17400 block of Jacquelyn Lane after receiving a report of a possible stabbing, Officer Jennifer...

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