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  • Man injured in early-morning CdM fire

    Man injured in early-morning CdM fire
    A man suffered minor burns in a Corona del Mar residential fire Monday morning, authorities said. Firefighters were called at 5:29 a.m. after heavy smoke and flames were seen coming from a two-unit structure in the 600 block of Poinsettia Avenue, said...
  • Texas Motor Speedway president defends Tony Stewart

    Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage came to the defense of Tony Stewart on Monday, calling him one of the good guys in racing and vouching for his integrity of a driver. Stewart, a three-time Sprint Cup Series champion, hit and killed fellow...
  • An O.C. couple do the math: Same drug is far cheaper in Canada

    An O.C. couple do the math: Same drug is far cheaper in Canada
    Bent and Henni Christensen consider themselves patriotic Americans and strong supporters of Medicare. Nevertheless, the Huntington Beach couple buy most of their prescription drugs from an online Canadian pharmacy at prices much lower than in the United...
  • Wheaton looks for fixes after bridge worsens flooding

    Wheaton looks for fixes after bridge worsens flooding
    A consultant will be looking for ways to fix drainage issues near a recently built bridge in Wheaton after staff discovered the project led to increased flooding in the area. The Wesley Street bridge, a $12 million project largely paid for by federal...
  • Rising sales, new models test ties between automakers and suppliers

    An unprecedented number of new vehicle launches this year has forced Ford and its supply base to cooperate more closely to get quality right from the start, said Hau Thai-Tang, Ford global head of purchasing. Ford has 23 products coming to market...
  • Hyundai fined $17.35 million for delayed Genesis recall

    Hyundai fined $17.35 million for delayed Genesis recall
    Hyundai Motor Co will pay a fine of $17.35 million for failing to report a brake defect in timely fashion to U.S. safety regulators, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Thursday. NHTSA said the South Korean automaker delayed a...
  • Tweaking soil could help rhododendrons thrive

    Tweaking soil could help rhododendrons thrive
    Q: All summer, my rhododendrons lose leaves. New leaves form, but others turn brown and fall off. Is there anything that I can do? — Jeff Schmidt, Chicago A: Evergreen rhododendrons drop leaves periodically, though not typically all summer long....
  • Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall

    Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall
    Hyundai will pay a $17-million federal fine for failing to promptly report a brake problem in Hyundai Genesis cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday. The action by the auto safety agency marks a step up in enforcement....
  • 2014 L.A. Auto Show to feature record 25 world debuts

    2014 L.A. Auto Show to feature record 25 world debuts
    Attendees of this year’s L.A. Auto Show will have a record number of shiny new vehicles to gawk at, as organizers announced Thursday that nearly 60 global and North American debuts are planned. Acura, Audi, BMW, Chrysler, General Motors, Hyundai,...
  • Shipyard news: World's first nuclear aircraft carrier going dark in Newport News

    Shipyard news: World's first nuclear aircraft carrier going dark in Newport News
    Newport News shipyard workers built the USS Enterprise, but their attention did not stop there. When the one-of-a-kind aircraft carrier demanded special attention, they flew halfway around the world to fix it. When the ship returned from its final...
  • First Filipino-American to command a carrier takes helm of USS Lincoln from brother-in-law

    First Filipino-American to command a carrier takes helm of USS Lincoln from brother-in-law
    Capt. Ronald Ravelo relieved his brother-in-law, Capt. Karl Thomas, as commander of the USS Abraham Lincoln Thursday -- a change of command considered unprecedented for the U.S. Navy. Ravelo also became the first Filipino-American to take command of a...