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  • Girls' Soccer: CdM wins wild one

    TUSTIN — The game came down to a Beckman penalty kick in the eighth minute of extra time, with a CdM defender in goal as the goalie had just been issued a yellow card. The penalty kick went over the cage, and the whole CdM team rushed defender...
  • Village Idiot Column | Potluck dinner, minus the luck

    "Did you guys get violently ill last night?" That John, he's such a card. His wife got called out of town suddenly, so we asked him to come to dinner. Nothing fancy, just some leftovers, but much better grub than he'd rustle up by himself. And, as...
  • Fierce ice storm paralyzes the South; tens of thousands lose power

    Fierce ice storm paralyzes the South; tens of thousands lose power
    Much of the South on Wednesday again awoke again to the nastiness of a winter storm, needle-like freezing rain, growing piles of snow and biting temperatures that turned roads into a deadly, slippery mess and cut off power to tens of thousands of people....
  • Asciende a 472 la cifra de fallecidos por gripe en México en 42 días de 2014

    Asciende a 472 la cifra de fallecidos por gripe en México en 42 días de 2014
    La gripe ya ha causado la muerte de 472 personas entre el 1 de enero y el 11 de febrero en México, la mayoría por el virus AH1N1, informó hoy la Secretaría de Salud. En un comunicado, la dependencia sanitaria informó de que en lo que va de año se han...
  • Flu season is in full swing

    Local physicians say they’re seeing an increase in patients with flu symptoms as the season for the virus approaches its peak in February and March. At Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, emergency physician Edmond Noll said he’s...
  • Huskies Pay Tribute To Doc Hurley

    HARTFORD – The Huskies observed a moment of silence for Doc Hurley before their game against South Florida, and coach Kevin Ollie expressed his thoughts about the loss of the Hartford legend after the game. "He was a great man," Ollie said. "My...
  • UConn Storms Out To Big Lead, Buries South Florida, 83-40

    UConn Storms Out To Big Lead, Buries South Florida, 83-40
    HARTFORD — Lasan Kromah tipped the ball away from Victor Rudd, stole it and raced down court. The only things between him and the basket were the few seconds left on the clock. It was basically a 4-on-zero break as the first half was ending....
  • 818 Roundup: Local love stories, Possible human remains found in Burbank, Glendale special election, Colony Theatre

    818 Roundup: Local love stories, Possible human remains found in Burbank, Glendale special election, Colony Theatre
    Good morning, 818 readers. Today is Thursday, Feb. 13. Temperatures for tomorrow in the Glendale area will reach a high near 80 and low around 57. Here are the top headlines in your region:  - Burbank Police and the Los Angeles County Coroner's...
  • Review: 'Down and Dangerous' unfolds as pedestrian and predictable

    Review: 'Down and Dangerous' unfolds as pedestrian and predictable
    One of the unfortunate echoes of "Breaking Bad" — other than real-life-teachers-turned-meth-cooks — is the proliferation of the principled drug dealer as a character trope. It's certainly possible to make an intelligent film about a coke-...
  • Disney Plays It Cool With 'Frozen' Frenzy on YouTube

    Pity us parents during the winter flu season. As if the usual viruses perpetually afflicting our children this time of year weren't bad enough, Walt Disney Co. has decided to inflict a whole new contagion: "Frozen." The animated smash, which has slid...
  • Take care when shoveling

    Take care when shoveling
    Heavy wet snow, like the kind that is on the ground now in the Baltimore region, can be a major threat to a person’s heart, according to local and national health officials. The American Heart Association says most people will not have any ill...