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  • Fun's all round at Fall Faire and Pumpkin Patch

    Fun's all round at Fall Faire and Pumpkin Patch

    Families turned out for some fall fun Sunday at the Environmental Nature Center’s annual Fall Faire and Pumpkin Patch in Newport Beach. The five-hour event featured crafts, games, pony rides, a petting zoo, food, music and, of course, pumpkins. Proceeds will benefit the nature center at 1601 E....

  • Wayward bull finds its way down La Crescenta street

    Wayward bull finds its way down La Crescenta street

    Sheriff’s deputies added cattle wrangler to their list of responsibilities Saturday night after a bull roamed free on a busy La Crescenta street, according to authorities. The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station responded to a call about an animal roaming down Foothill Boulevard near Glenwood Avenue...

  • Death toll in wine country fires rises to 41 as driver of water truck dies in rollover accident

    Death toll in wine country fires rises to 41 as driver of water truck dies in rollover accident

    The death toll climbed to 41 Monday when the driver of a water tender truck died in a rollover crash while helping to battle a series of wildfires ravaging Northern California, according to officials. A private contract driver was delivering a tank full of water to help fight the Nuns fire when...

  • On the Town: Fundraiser brings well-known Italian restaurant back to life

    On the Town: Fundraiser brings well-known Italian restaurant back to life

    Along with a community’s churches, schools and parks, there are few places, outside of our homes, that provide a venue for special occasions, such as its restaurants. From holiday gatherings and wedding receptions, to birthdays, anniversaries and post-funeral celebrations of lives lost, restaurants,...

  • New Miss Huntington Beach is a Chapman U. student and Ocean View High grad

    New Miss Huntington Beach is a Chapman U. student and Ocean View High grad

    Alyssa Welfringer, a 20-year-old Chapman University student who graduated from Ocean View High School in Huntington Beach, was named this year’s Miss Huntington Beach at the annual pageant Saturday at the city’s Central Library Theatre. Stephanie Miller, 20, was first runner-up and Mara James,...

  • After an agonizing week on edge, good news for some Napa County residents

    After an agonizing week on edge, good news for some Napa County residents

    Cheryl Lynn de Werff was certain her Napa County house was going to burn when she was forced to flee as a massive fire sped toward her Circle Oaks community. It was 1 a.m. and she had just gone to sleep in her second-story bedroom when a sheriff's deputy pounded on her door. It was so loud there...

  • Three are shot in a possible road rage attack in Panorama City

    Three are shot in a possible road rage attack in Panorama City

    Los Angeles police are looking for a man who shot three people Sunday evening in a possible road rage incident in Panorama City, authorities said. The shooter opened fire from a black or gray SUV, wounding three people in a truck, said Los Angeles Police Sgt. Kirk Kahoe. All of them were stable...

  • Protesters take to the streets to oppose Trump's travel ban 3.0

    Protesters take to the streets to oppose Trump's travel ban 3.0

    Muhammad Al-Muwadda stood in front of the Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, clutching a sign that said “Muslim Ban Survivor.” He and his American-born wife had recently moved to the United States from Yemen, but the journey had not been easy. After a civil war broke out in Al-Muwadda’s...

  • After the wildfires, Santa Rosa churchgoers ask: Why here? Why us?

    After the wildfires, Santa Rosa churchgoers ask: Why here? Why us?

    By Sunday morning, Sonoma County residents reeling from a week of tumult were ready for an hour of calm and contemplation. As ash floated from the sky, they streamed toward St. Rose Catholic Church — some in their Sunday best, others in the jeans and sweatshirts they’d worn as they fled the wildfires...

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  • CdM outlasts San Juan Hills in five sets

    The Corona del Mar High girls’ volleyball team went the distance for the first time this season, pulling out a 16-25, 25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 15-12 nonleague win at home against San Juan Hills on Saturday. Kendall Kipp had a team-high 26 kills for CdM (13-4), ranked No. 8 in the CIF Southern Section...

  • Sonoma resident uses telescope to inspect house in fire-ravaged area

    Sonoma resident uses telescope to inspect house in fire-ravaged area

    Sarah Golightly stepped up to the telescope, its tripod legs planted in the gravel on the side of a two-lane road in Sonoma. The lenses were trained on a low-lying mountain ridge in the distance, blue in the dying light, where plumes of khaki smoke floated upward from multiple spot fires. As cars...

  • Moto Beach Classic brings motocross, surfing and music to Bolsa Chica State Beach

    Moto Beach Classic brings motocross, surfing and music to Bolsa Chica State Beach

    Surfing, motocross and music were on display Saturday at the inaugural Moto Beach Classic in Huntington Beach. Thousands flocked to Bolsa Chica State Beach for the event, organized by famed motorcycle designer Roland Sands. Concerts by Lit, Unwritten Law, Wargirl and Black Uhuru were scheduled...

  • Glendale college football can't stay with Santa Ana

    GLENDALE — For the first two quarters, the Glendale Community College football team was able to keep a potent Santa Ana College offense in check Saturday afternoon. Averaging more than 40 points a game, the Dons were held to just three points during the first half by the Vaqueros defense. Unfortunately...

  • Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart volleyball wins SoCal tourney

    GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in the Hudl Southern California Invitational: The Tologs turned in a tremendous effort at Saturday’s tournament in San Diego. The Tologs finished off an impressive 7-0 run to win the tournament’s Division II title in a field of over 80 opponents....

  • Ping pong players paddle for charity at tournament in Huntington Beach

    Ping pong players paddle for charity at tournament in Huntington Beach

    Players battled it out Saturday at the second annual Pacific City Ping Pong Challenge for Charity in Huntington Beach. The event, held on the second level of the Pacific City shopping center on Pacific Coast Highway, is billed as the largest oceanfront ping pong tournament in the country. Participants...

  • Art lovers find plenty to peruse at Newport festival

    Art lovers find plenty to peruse at Newport festival

    Fans of paintings, sculptures, glass art, photography and crafts gathered on the lawn at the Newport Beach Civic Center on Saturday for the 14th annual Art in the Park festival. Visitors to the free event could see and buy works created by more than 100 people. Art activities for children were...

  • Laguna Beach football ends skid with victory against Costa Mesa

    Laguna Beach football ends skid with victory against Costa Mesa

    Something had to give Friday night between Orange Coast League football opponents Laguna Beach and Costa Mesa. The host Breakers came in losing five straight and the visiting Mustangs were trying to bounce back after losing two in a row and nine of their last 10 league games. Much like last year’s...

  • Doyle picks Crescenta Valley football up against Burroughs

    Doyle picks Crescenta Valley football up against Burroughs

    BURBANK — With a rash of injuries and down to its third-string running back, Crescenta Valley High’s running game was depleted against Burroughs. But the Falcons’ ground attack received a boost Friday night in the form of quarterback Cole Doyle. The junior rushed for 161 yards in 15 carries and...

  • Glendale football taken down by Muir in hurry

    PASADENA — Muir High’s football team scored early and often to overwhelm visiting Glendale, 55-0, in a Pacific League contest on Friday night at Glendale High’s Moyse Field. Muir sprinted out to a 42-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Mustangs employed a quick-strike offense as they recorded...

  • Hoover football shows improvement in league defeat

    GLENDALE — Though his football team lost its fifth consecutive game, Hoover High first-year coach Terrance Jones wasn’t distressed. A week after being blanked by Muir, Hoover showed some resilience against talented Arcadia in a Pacific League contest Friday night. Having made some changes on both...

  • Corona del Mar girls’ tennis tops Beckman, 16-2

    Shaya Northrup swept in doubles with Annika Bassey and Reece Kenerson as the Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis team beat Beckman 16-2 in a Pacific Coast League match Friday at CdM. Kristina Evloeva, Danielle Willson and Paulina Loredo swept in singles for CdM (15-0, 6-0 in league), the top-ranked...

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