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  • UCI ditches losing streak

    UCI ditches losing streak
    IRVINE — There can come a point when the prevalence of losing gives a team nothing to lose. UC Irvine senior guard Darren Moore said Coach Russell Turner told his Anteaters as much heading into Saturday's Big West Conference home game against UC...
  • Missing student's body found in Rhine Channel

    Editor's note: This corrects how long Alan Sun-Long Lin had been missing and his age. A body found in Newport Harbor's Rhine Channel on Sunday morning has been confirmed as the missing UC Riverside student last seen at a Newport Beach restaurant one...
  • Coroner: UCR student likely died of saltwater drowning

    Coroner: UCR student likely died of saltwater drowning
    A college student whose body was found floating in Newport Harbor's Rhine Channel appears to have drowned, according to autopsy information posted Monday by the Orange County Sheriff-Coroner. The body of Alan Sun-Long Lin, 22, of Irvine, was found...
  • Ochart gets Gators going

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Jason Ochart (Hoover High, 2008) junior, San Francisco State baseball: In the top of the fourth inning on Sunday, the Glendale Community College transfer belted his...
  • Fate of UCI star unclear

    Fate of UCI star unclear
    Discussion about whether junior women's basketball star Mikah Maly-Karros will play again this season for UC Irvine is ongoing, a source inside the program confirmed Tuesday. Maly-Karros, a 6-foot-1 forward who leads the Big West Conference in scoring...
  • Mustangs overwhelmed

    COSTA MESA — The Costa Mesa High girls' water polo team played the first CIF Southern Section playoff game in the Mustangs' 50-meter pool Tuesday. The Mustangs had a sizable crowd, including cheerleaders, on hand. Jolene Guiliana stole the show....
  • Community Commentary: Taxpayers should demand pension reform

    California's unfunded pension obligations — the elephant in the room — are estimated to run as high as $425 billion. While the Democrats ignore the issue, the pension obligations threaten to obliterate the state budget for years to come and...
  • The Dekopon arrives in California

    The Dekopon arrives in California
    I still remember the first time I tasted the legendary fruit the Dekopon. Think of a huge mandarin, easy to peel and seedless, with firm flesh that melts in the mouth, an intense sweetness balanced by refreshing acidity, and a complex, lingering...
  • Obese? Sometimes you just have to hear it from someone in a white coat to believe it

    It's not nice to call someone fat. That's a simple rule of thumb, repeated by parents of small children everywhere. For physicians, however, it's a social nicety that must be set aside if they are to act in the best interests of an overweight or obese ...
  • Ted Leo takes an extended solo

    Ted Leo takes an extended solo
    When indie rocker Ted Leo comes to Los Angeles, he and his taut band the Pharmacists typically head to clubs like the El Rey and the Troubadour, where they played a packed, high-energy show last March that included a killer cover of the Waterboys' 1988...
  • Neal Taylor dies at 78; fisherman regaled generations of Santa Barbara anglers

    Neal Taylor dies at 78; fisherman regaled generations of Santa Barbara anglers
    For Neal Taylor, fishing wasn't limited to weekends or, for that matter, water. On one of Santa Barbara's busiest streets, the seven-time national casting champion showed a friend just how it's done, lofting his line into an intersection when the light...