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  • Leave it to the pros

    Leave it to the pros
    Glendon Rusch and Matt Whisenant, co-founders of the Full Count Baseball Academy, are passing down their knowledge and experiences to young, professional hopefuls after they spent more than a decade combined playingMajor League Baseball. No matter what...
  • Tottenham riots: Violence may be contagious in London, but so is altruism

    Tottenham riots: Violence may be contagious in London, but so is altruism
    The violence that erupted in the low-income London neighborhood of Tottenham after police shot and killed 29-year-old Mark Duggan last weekhas quickly spread to other areas, reportedly devolving from political statement to unchecked criminality, according...
  • Sleep apnea linked to memory decline, dementia

    Sleep apnea linked to memory decline, dementia
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older women who have sleep apnea may be more likely to develop memory problems and dementia, according to a new study. It's not clear yet whether treating the sleep apnea can help prevent that memory decline -- but researchers...
  • New assistant city manager named

    Christa Johnson has been appointed the new assistant city manager of Laguna Beach, according to the weekly update from City Manager John Pietig. She will start her new job Sept. 6. She is taking over the position that was previously held by Pietig....
  • Iraq vet receives kidney transplant from fellow Marine

    Iraq vet receives kidney transplant from fellow Marine
    An Iraq veteran received a kidney donation this week in San Diego, donated by a fellow Marine left brain-dead following a training accident, squeezing what is normally a five-year process into two days. The rare, fast-paced swap shows the deep bond among...
  • Briefly In The News

    New assistant city manager named Christa Johnson has been appointed assistant city manager, according to City Manager John Pietig. She will start Sept. 6. She is taking over the position previously held by Pietig. Johnson comes to Laguna after...
  • 'Irvine 11' trial delayed because attorneys not ready

    SANTA ANA — The jury trial of the college students accused of disrupting a public speech at UC Irvine has been continued to Aug. 29. Their trial for the misdemeanor charges was set to start Monday, but both the Orange County district attorney's...
  • Smith did it all for the Rebels

    Smith did it all for the Rebels
    Basketball took center stage — or court — in La Cañada Flintridge this year. Flintridge Prep and La Cañada High's gyms always seemed to be filled to capacity when the Rebels and Spartans tipped off for postseason action. Depending on the...
  • Briefs: Interest for Sailor

    Briefs: Interest for Sailor
    Newport Harbor High standout defensive end Steve Michaelsen said he has returned from the Pacific Northwest, where he took unofficial visits to the University of Washington and Oregon. Michaelsen, a 6-foot-4, 235-pound senior this upcoming football...
  • Anteaters' rise spurs even loftier goals

    Anteaters' rise spurs even loftier goals
    After a breakthrough season that included a trip to the Sweet 16 in the program's first NCAA Tournament appearance, as well as a school single-season record of 19 victories, one might wonder what the UC Irvine women's soccer team can do for an encore....
  • Top 20 schools for the religious: New directory has the answers

    Top 20 schools for the religious: New directory has the answers
    Parents who fret over sending their kids off to college -- you know, whether they drink and hit on each other and lose their faith -- can ease their concerns with The 376 Best Colleges, a study produced by The Princeton Review. The review, drawing from a...