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Huntington Beach man, 76, will attempt L.A. Marathon on crutches to avoid breaking his 33-year streak

Paul Brestyanszky is a Los Angeles Marathon legacy runner, which means he has completed the race every year since it started in 1986. So when he fractured his knee in February, he worried he would have to break his streak. But he'll be there Sunday to attempt the race on crutches.

Newport arts commissioners make oranges top pick among potential sculpture exhibit additions

Makes sense for Orange County: The Newport Beach Arts Commission’s top pick for the next phase of Newport's rotating sculpture exhibit at Civic Center Park is a 9-foot-tall tower of orange wedges.

Huntington Beach woman creates online community to help young adults with cerebral palsy

Katy Fetters of Huntington Beach is harnessing the power of social media to provide a network for young adults diagnosed with cerebral palsy to find support and friendship. She is presenting her first social gathering Saturday in Huntington Beach.

Costa Mesa man among 3 indicted in scheme to sell 100 pounds of meth at Huntington Beach hotel

A Costa Mesa man is part of a trio indicted by a federal grand jury this week on allegations of conspiring to sell 100 pounds of methamphetamine at a Huntington Beach hotel.

UC Irvine upsets Kansas State, earns first NCAA tournament win

UC Irvine’s bid to be this year’s Cinderella team in the NCAA tournament got off to an impressive start Friday with its 70-64 upset win over fourth-seeded Kansas State.

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