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  • WWE's Stephanie McMahon discusses WrestleMania, Connor Michalek

    WrestleMania, which is World Wrestling Entertainment's biggest show every year, takes place Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. On Monday, WWE was in Los Angeles for its weekly live "Monday Night Raw" television show, and Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer and co-owner of WWE, sat down for an interview with Hannah Mitchell, 14-year-old daughter of Sports Now editor Houston Mitchell.
  • Virgen: Gorin inspires at fundraiser event

    Virgen: Gorin inspires at fundraiser event
    "Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me brave in the attempt." That is the Athlete Oath for the Special Olympics. That is what Joseph Gorin recited Tuesday night during a special fundraiser event at Back Bay Bistro in Newport Beach. Gorin, a floor...

    4 cities to play host to Special Olympics teams

    Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine and Huntington Beach are among 100 Southern California cities that will be host towns for this year's Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. From July 21 to 24, the cities will organize cultural activities...

    Special Olympics fundraiser event in Newport Beach

    With the approach of the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015, the Host Town of Newport Beach is hosting a Launch Party presented by Newport Beach Sunrise Rotary. The party will be held Tuesday, starting at 5:30 p.m. at The Back Bay Bistro at the...

    Track clinic brings Paralympians to Vernon Hills

    Track clinic brings Paralympians to Vernon Hills
    David Michael of Round Lake, a personal trainer, lost his left leg to bone cancer at age 12. "I was given the option to do a transplant or an amputation," explained the 2002 graduate of Carmel Catholic High School. "My parents left it up to me."...