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  • Duerson's brain was damaged, study shows

    Duerson's brain was damaged, study shows
    For the family of Dave Duerson, the announcement Monday that scientists found signs of damage in his brain may shed some light on the Chicago Bears star's erratic behavior. But for the National Football League, the findings add to questions about whether...
  • It's Timmons' time

    Steve Timmons, one of the greatest volleyball players to come out of the Newport-Mesa area, is one of four inductees who will enter the California Sports Hall of Fame next month. Timmons, a former Newport Harbor and Orange Coast College standout who led...
  • Huge names coming

    Paul Salata, the founder of Irrelevant Week, hesitated a bit before naming the biggest celebrity coming to Wednesday's All-Star Lowsman Banquet. As he thought, his daughter, Melanie Salata-Fitch said, "Oh, here it comes." Salata, acted cool, as he said,...
  • 'Nightmare' fuels dream

    'Nightmare' fuels dream
    NEWPORT BEACH — Mr. Irrelevant met the Nigerian Nightmare for the first time. Cheta Ozougwu was just happy to hear his name pronounced correctly by someone other than his Nigerian parents. Christian Okoye said "oh-ZOO-goo" just once. To the...
  • Irrelevant Week: Relevance that resonates

    Irrelevant Week: Relevance that resonates
    I have been covering sports for more than a decade and in practicing journalism, we're conditioned to focus on the champions; to seek interviews with the athletes who are the most successful, accruing the loftiest awards and achieving their ultimate...
  • Peters bound for Canton

    Peters bound for Canton
    COSTA MESA — Alipa Peters has experienced a lot of adversity, from financial hardship to the death of loved ones. Tuesday afternoon was a time to celebrate his ability to rise above it all. At Estancia High's training center, teammates applauded...
  • The Crowd: A story about the American dream

    The Crowd: A story about the American dream
    Paul Salata is a living testament to the all-American ideal that hard work, perseverance and a bit of luck will pay off for any person living under the stars and stripes, regardless of race, creed, gender or national origin. "I made it from L.A. to...
  • Peters surrounded by greatness

    Peters surrounded by greatness
    Sometimes dreams are never realized simply because they are never believed to be possible. For Alipa Peters, a defensive end on the Estancia High football team, possible should never again be in question after he spent the weekend in Canton, Ohio with Pro...
  • Deputies: Springfield man caught for the third time in 60 days stealing utility wire

    Deputies: Springfield man caught for the third time in 60 days stealing utility wire
    If a Springfield man gets out of jail, the court will track his whereabouts because deputies say they caught him stealing phone wiring for the third time. In 60 days, prosecutors charged William L. Ritter three times with tampering with service of a...
  • Uni's Brown named to NFL's mentoring program

    Uni's Brown named to NFL's mentoring program
    Kevin Brown, a University High football player, recently was selected to be a part of the NFL's mentoring program, an opportunity exclusive to just four high school football players in the nation this year. Brown initially was nominated for the program...
  • Another honor for Kings announcer Bob Miller

     
    Bob Miller must need a big house to store all the awards he wins. The Kings announced Saturday that Miller, who last week won the Sports TV Play By Play award from the Southern California Sports Broadcasters organization, will be......