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  • Three people stabbed in Hawthorne, including two outside a church carnival

    Hawthorne police are searching for suspects involved in two separate stabbings that left three victims injured, including two outside a church carnival, authorities said Sunday. The first incident occurred about 9 p.m. outside St. Joseph’s Catholic School at 118th Street and Acacia Avenue, where...

  • In California Trump country, 'the resistance' tries to rally support — and sometimes gets the bird

    In California Trump country, 'the resistance' tries to rally support — and sometimes gets the bird

    It’s hard to miss the wooden sign hanging from the trees, right on Main Street between the courthouse and the hospital in this small Sierra Nevada town. “BERNIE” it proclaims in neon-orange letters. Yes, that Bernie. Maybe a tribute to Bernie Sanders is of little surprise in California, the liberal...

  • Savanna’s speed is too much for Costa Mesa in 42-7 win

    Savanna’s speed is too much for Costa Mesa in 42-7 win

    Any hope Costa Mesa High’s football team had of starting 4-1 for the second time in three years ended in a hurry on Saturday night. The Mustangs could not seem to move the ball, or catch anyone from Savanna who had the ball. The Rebels burned Costa Mesa with a 105-yard interception return for a touchdown,...

  • More than three dozen arrested in alleged sex-trafficking ring in Compton

    More than three dozen arrested in alleged sex-trafficking ring in Compton

    A prostitution ring shut down in Compton included several child and adult victims of human trafficking, authorities said. A raid by law enforcement officers on Wednesday resulted in 36 arrests, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Three children were released to the care of...

  • Glendale police investigating possible murder-suicide

    Glendale police investigating possible murder-suicide

    Glendale police on Saturday were investigating a possible murder-suicide after family members found the bodies of a man and a woman who were shot to death inside their home. Authorities received a call about 12:40 p.m. regarding the discovery of the two victims in the house in the 1500 block of...

  • Offense struggles for Glendale Community College football

    GLENDALE – A week after just missing out on a victory, the Glendale Community College football team ran into a wall Saturday evening. The Vaqueros struggled to block, move the ball and cash in golden opportunities in a 33-0 loss to JC Athletic Bureau state No. 13-ranked Los Angeles Valley in nonconference...

  • Ontario man, 65, killed when backyard tunnel collapses

    An Ontario man was killed Saturday when a backyard tunnel he was digging collapsed, burying him underneath the debris, authorities said. Police responded to a call about 5:50 p.m. from a neighbor who said the man was trapped in a tunnel he was digging in his backyard in the 1700 block of East Yale...

  • Oilers edge Newport for third place at South Coast Tournament

    Oilers edge Newport for third place at South Coast Tournament

    Sunset League boys’ water polo play starts this week, but Huntington Beach and Newport Harbor don’t face off until the final league game on Oct. 25. Those who wanted a sneak preview, though, got one Saturday afternoon in the third-place game of the South Coast Tournament. Though it graduated much...

  • Landgraf, Herberg make history with Dana Hills Invitational victories

    Landgraf, Herberg make history with Dana Hills Invitational victories

    Followers of the local cross-country scene probably had Saturday’s Dana Hills Invitational marked on their calendars. It presented the first opportunity for Newport Harbor High’s Alexis Garcia to oppose Dana Hills’ Jack Landgraf this season. Last year, Landgraf took the title at the Orange County...

  • Head of L.A. County's health system, one of the largest in the country, announces departure

    Head of L.A. County's health system, one of the largest in the country, announces departure

    Dr. Mitchell Katz, tapped by Los Angeles County seven years ago to lead the nation’s second-largest public healthcare system out of a period of instability and mismanagement, has announced he will leave his post at the end of the year. Katz oversees the county’s Health Agency, the umbrella health...

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  • Organizers call off far-right festival at UC Berkeley; some speakers plan rally on campus on Sunday

    Organizers call off far-right festival at UC Berkeley; some speakers plan rally on campus on Sunday

    Organizers of a far-right speakers’ series planned on the UC Berkeley campus informed school officials that all speaking events scheduled for the coming week have been canceled, the university said Saturday. Representatives of the student group Berkeley Patriot informed the school that Free Speech...

  • California gets its own official state dinosaur

    California gets its own official state dinosaur

    A year after adopting a state fabric, California is the latest state to get its own official dinosaur, although the honor comes about 66 million years too late to directly benefit the honoree. The designated creature is Augustynolophus morrisi, which, according to a bill signed Saturday by Gov....

  • Two dead in possible murder-suicide, Glendale police say

    Two dead in possible murder-suicide, Glendale police say

    Police are investigating a possible murder-suicide after a man and woman were found dead in their Glendale home early Saturday afternoon. The Glendale Police Department received a call sometime around 12:38 p.m. about two dead bodies found in a home in the 1500 block of East Windsor Road. Sgt....

  • Surf dogs rule the waves at Huntington Beach contest

    Surf dogs rule the waves at Huntington Beach contest

    Dogs from all over the world hit the waves Saturday in Huntington Beach for the annual Surf City Surf Dog competition. The four-legged contenders, sporting life jackets, had 12 minutes each to showcase their best Kelly Slater impression at Huntington Dog Beach before being judged on confidence...

  • Cruisin’ for a Cure showcases cars and prostate cancer research

    Cruisin’ for a Cure showcases cars and prostate cancer research

    A display of thousands of cars at the OC Fair & Event Center helped rev up support for prostate cancer research Saturday. The 18th annual Cruisin’ for a Cure car show boasted more than 3,500 vehicles either parked or tooling around the Costa Mesa fairgrounds. Along with admiring the cars, visitors...

  • West Nile virus has killed 8 Californians this year. In parts of L.A. County, the risk is especially high

    West Nile virus has killed 8 Californians this year. In parts of L.A. County, the risk is especially high

    Julie Shepherd ended up in the hospital earlier this month after her neighbor found her on the floor of her West Covina home, unable to move. Shepherd, 84, was paralyzed and had lost the ability to speak. Doctors diagnosed her illness as West Nile virus. Humans contract the virus through a mosquito...

  • Los Amigos falls to Dana Hills 34-7

    Los Amigos lost to Dana Hills 34-7 in a nonleague game at Garden Grove High on Friday. The Lobos dropped to 1-3. They close out nonleague play against Saddleback at Segerstrom High on Sept. 29. To report scores of high school and college games, or other newsworthy items from youth to pro sports,...

  • Laguna Beach loses to St. Margaret’s 48-7 in football

    Laguna Beach High suffered its fourth straight setback, losing a nonleague football game at home to St. Margaret’s 48-7 on Friday night. The Breakers (1-4) have a bye next week before they open Orange Coast League play on the road against defending champion Godinez on Oct. 6. Laguna Beach finished...

  • Sage Hill stays undefeated with 37-0 win over Price in 8-man football

    Sage Hill stays undefeated with 37-0 win over Price in 8-man football

    William Leong rushed for four touchdowns and threw for one, leading Sage Hill’s 8-man football team to a 37-0 shutout of Los Angeles Price at Daniels Field in San Pedro on Friday. Sage Hill, ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 poll, is off to a 5-0 start. Nick Karahalios rushed...

  • De Loera’s big night not enough to keep Ocean View unbeaten at Katella

    De Loera’s big night not enough to keep Ocean View unbeaten at Katella

    It was clear to the entirety of the Ocean View High football program the kind of challenge it was walking into Friday night. During the week, Seahawks coach Luis Nunez was telling his players that the impending road game at Anaheim Katella would be his team’s stiffest test of the season. It was...

  • Fountain Valley has more firepower in back-and-forth affair against Artesia

    Fountain Valley has more firepower in back-and-forth affair against Artesia

    The Fountain Valley High and Artesia football teams were swinging haymakers in their nonleague matchup Friday night, but it was the Barons who packed the bigger punch in winning 49-33. After Fountain Valley entered halftime up 21-13, the host Pioneers scored 13 unanswered in the third quarter....

  • Huntington Beach lets one slip away in 29-19 loss to San Juan Hills

    Huntington Beach lets one slip away in 29-19 loss to San Juan Hills

    One week Huntington Beach High survives overtime, and the next, it cannot hold on in the final minutes of a nonleague football game. The Oilers let one get away at home on Friday. Huntington Beach’s 12-point lead in the fourth quarter did not hold up. San Juan Hills scored 22 points in the final...

  • No major injuries reported in Glendale plane crash

    No major injuries reported in Glendale plane crash

    Two people were able to walk away relatively unharmed Friday evening after the small airplane they were in crash-landed onto a Glendale street Friday evening, according to authorities. The incident was first reported around 9:56 p.m. after officers with the Glendale Police Department’s helicopter...

  • Newport Harbor undone by its own miscues in loss to Los Altos

    Newport Harbor undone by its own miscues in loss to Los Altos

    The Newport Harbor High football program has been a year-in, year-out Sunset League contender, largely due to its trademark discipline under coach Jeff Brinkley. But in 2017, this crucial trait has been glaringly absent. The Sailors fell to 0-4 with a 21-13 nonleague loss at Los Altos on Friday...

  • St. Francis turns things to defeat Saugus

    SANTA CLARITA — A shaky start by the St. Francis High football team led to an early deficit Friday night against Saugus. To add to their struggles, the Golden Knights lost starting quarterback Darius Perrantes to a back injury early in the second quarter. Though St. Francis suffered its share of...

  • Small plane crashes near Glendale supermarket, occupants walk away

    Small plane crashes near Glendale supermarket, occupants walk away

    A small passenger plane made a hard landing late Friday near a Smart & Final store in Glendale, authorities said. The plane came down near the intersection of Glenoaks Boulevard and Allen Avenue just before 10 p.m., said Glendale Police Sgt. Scott Byrne. The two occupants of the plane were safe...

  • UC Irvine men’s water polo takes down UCSB at tournament

    The senior class carried the load as the No. 9 UC Irvine men’s water polo team upended No. 8 UC Santa Barbara 11-8 at the Mountain Pacific Invitational held at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center on Friday. UC Irvine (7-2) wins its sixth straight. The Anteaters will face unbeaten USC (10-0) at 11:30 a.m....

  • Sage Hill girls’ tennis takes care of rival St. Margaret’s

    The Sage Hill School girls’ tennis team beat rival St. Margaret’s 14-4 on Friday to improve to 2-0 in the Academy League. Senior Stephanie Beder and sophomore Karina Grover won all three of their doubles sets 6-0 for the Lightning. Earlier this week, Sage Hill (6-2) beat league opponent Crean Lutheran,...

  • Estancia blanked by University as it remains winless on the season

    Estancia blanked by University as it remains winless on the season

    The Estancia High football team was shut out by University 28-0 on Friday night at Jim Scott Stadium. The Eagles fell to 0-4 this season and have been outscored by a combined 89-10 in their last three games. Trevor Pacheco had 17 carries for 52 yards for Estancia against University, while Deshandre...

  • Crescenta Valley football cruises past Hoover

    GLENDALE — Crescenta Valley High’s football team scored early and often to remain undefeated with a 54-23 victory over host Hoover in the Pacific League opener for both schools at Moyse Field. Angel Ochoa got the festivities going as he returned the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown for...

  • Burbank football feels right at home in victory over Glendale

    Burbank football feels right at home in victory over Glendale

    BURBANK – It was a true homecoming for the Burbank High football team in Friday evening’s Pacific League opener. The Bulldogs enjoyed a rare home game on campus, the first for the program since 2008 and only the second in 70 years, and celebrated that advantage while rolling past visiting Glendale,...

  • Flintridge Prep football gets back on track against Bell-Jeff

    Flintridge Prep football gets back on track against Bell-Jeff

    LA CAÑADA — Looking to get back to the win column, the Flintridge Prep football team focused on having constructive practices throughout the week leading up to Friday’s eight-man contest against Bellarmine-Jefferson. After losing to Cate on Saturday, the Rebels went back to the basics and worked...

  • Sports Roundup: Glendale college’s Salas, Lopez win at Golden West

    MEN’S CROSS-COUNTRY Glendale Community College at Golden West Invitational: Vaquero Raymond Lopez ran to victory in 21 minutes 48.8 seconds in the men’s four-mile race on Friday at Huntington Beach’s Central Park. Lopez came to a finish comfortably in front of Riverside’s Alec Hall (second, 22:03.1)....

  • Newport Harbor advances on White’s late strike to beat Santa Margarita

    Newport Harbor advances on White’s late strike to beat Santa Margarita

    Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo junior Jack White started the comeback in the fourth quarter with a fancy move, flipping the ball over the head of a defender before grabbing it and scoring. “To be honest, if you score it, it’s amazing,” Newport coach Ross Sinclair said. “If you don’t, it’s...

  • Gang members guilty of killing five at Long Beach homeless encampment

    Gang members guilty of killing five at Long Beach homeless encampment

    A jury on Friday found two gang members guilty of murdering five people at a Long Beach homeless encampment, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office. David Ponce, 36, and Max Rafael, 31, were convicted of five counts of murder and one count of kidnapping. The jury, which deliberated...

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