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500-gallon sewage spill closes Laguna Beach’s Woods Cove to swimmers

A portion of the ocean at Laguna Beach is closed to swimming, surfing and diving after about 500 gallons of raw sewage spilled into the water Sunday. Laguna Beach city officials reported the spill — which affects the water at Woods Cove between Center Street and Moss Street — to the Orange County...

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Slow start hurts Newport Harbor in 11-8 loss to Mater Dei

Slow start hurts Newport Harbor in 11-8 loss to Mater Dei

The Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo team outscored host Mater Dei over the final 24 minutes of Monday night’s nonleague game. It was the first four minutes that were a big problem for the Sailors, as the Monarchs ran off four unanswered goals. It proved tough for Newport Harbor to try to upset...

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Follow the painted animal tracks at Library of the Canyons to prehistoric-style art

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Woman dies after being hit by car while crossing street in Huntington Beach
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Woman dies after being hit by car while crossing street in Huntington Beach

A 58-year-old Huntington Beach woman was killed Thursday night when she was struck by an SUV while walking across Goldenwest Street in Huntington Beach, police said. Police responded to Goldenwest and Tucana Drive at 7:43 p.m. after receiving a report of a crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian,...

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Laguna Beach Council will discuss proposed park renovations
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Laguna Beach Council will discuss proposed park renovations

Laguna Beach City Council on Tuesday will consider designs for renovations at both Top of the World and Alta Laguna parks. Two years ago the council requested re-designs of the parks to take water conservation into account amid the state’s drought. Some of the changes proposed at Top of the World...

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‘Wings of the City’ sculptures come to Santa Ana, evoking connections to Mexico

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  • In 1978, the 'Great White Steamer' got stuck in Newport Harbor. But its real fate lay elsewhere

    In 1978, the 'Great White Steamer' got stuck in Newport Harbor. But its real fate lay elsewhere

    It was a cool, sunny morning nearly 40 years ago as hundreds of onlookers lined the entrance to Newport Harbor to witness the heralded arrival of the world famous “Great White Steamer.” The 302-foot SS Catalina, which had carried an estimated 25 million tourists between Los Angeles and Catalina...

  • Breast cancer screening controversy: What you need to know

    Breast cancer screening controversy: What you need to know

    Screening mammograms save lives. There is no controversy there. But how often to screen and at what age? This is where the varying opinions lie. Two years ago, the American Cancer Society changed mammography recommendations, ruling that for average-risk women, yearly mammograms should start at...

  • Breast cancer battle requires more than awareness

    Breast cancer battle requires more than awareness

    October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but what we need more than passive awareness is proactive prevention. By virtue of their sex, all women are at risk of developing breast cancer. Knowing your individual risk can help you minimize the likelihood of developing the disease. For example,...

  • O.C. gun show took place too soon after the Las Vegas tragedy

    O.C. gun show took place too soon after the Las Vegas tragedy

    This is in response to an article in the Daily Pilot written by Hannah Fry, “Gun show to go ahead at O.C. fairgrounds, a week after Las Vegas mass shooting,” (Oct. 5). The gun show’s chief executive, Bob Templeton, failed to see the most profound reason not to host the gun show this year. The residents...

  • Placing Reagan statue at Civic Center Park only drives partisan division

    Placing Reagan statue at Civic Center Park only drives partisan division

    Once again, the tone deaf and ideologically driven members of the Newport Beach City Council used their super majority to rush through, without adequate debate or notice, one of their pet Republican agendas — to glorify one of their own. After years of plotting and conniving, they finally succeeded...

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