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  • Softball coach accused of trying to commit lewd acts with teen

    Softball coach accused of trying to commit lewd acts with teen
    Long Beach police Tuesday were looking for possible additional victims of a 40-year-old softball coach accused of contacting a 14-year-old girl to commit lewd acts. Anthony Christopher Sota, an Anaheim resident, was arrested in November on suspicion of ...
  • First wave of 405 closures begin Friday, 'Jamzilla' next weekend

    First wave of 405 closures begin Friday, 'Jamzilla' next weekend
    Transportation officials are warning the public about a series of closures on the northbound 405 Freeway that will begin Friday night, continue throughout the weekend and culminate in what officials are dubbing “Jamzilla” over the Presidents...
  • Jamzilla: Northbound drivers on 405 encountering longer delays

    Jamzilla: Northbound drivers on 405 encountering longer delays
    Northbound traffic continued to move steadily at midday Saturday on the 405 Freeway over the Sepulveda Pass, but motorists were encountering longer delays Saturday as they merged from five lanes to two lanes through the highway’s closure area that...
  • Jamzilla: Work on northbound 405 Freeway proceeding on schedule

    Jamzilla: Work on northbound 405 Freeway proceeding on schedule
    As drivers coped with a partial highway closure on the first day of Jamzilla on Saturday, construction of a new carpool lane on the northbound 405 Freeway proceeded on schedule and should be completed in time for rush hour Tuesday morning,...
  • Jamzilla yielding light delays, but drivers still warned to stay away

    Jamzilla yielding light delays, but drivers still warned to stay away
    Northbound traffic moved steadily on the 405 Freeway over Sepulveda Pass during the first day of "Jamzilla" on Saturday, but motorists encountered some delays as they merged from five lanes to two lanes through the highway's construction zone....
  • Letters: Opening the door to Cuba

    Re "Time for a U.S.-Cuba thaw," Editorial, Feb. 16 It's way past time for us to join other nations and allow American citizens unfettered travel to neighboring Cuba. How can we possibly explain why it's legal to visit and do business in communist...
  • Kid Cudi releases surprise album, 'Satellite Flight'

    Kid Cudi releases surprise album, 'Satellite Flight'
    Offering just a few hours' notice, Kid Cudi surprised fans by issuing a new album at midnight. Late Monday, the alt-rapper began dropping hints via Twitter that his latest, “Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon,” would soon arrive....
  • A suitcase full of spring break travel deals

    A suitcase full of spring break travel deals
    Spring break alert! The kids will soon be out of public school and time is running out to save on fun getaways. Palm Beach County students break on March 17-24. In Broward, kids are out of school March 21-28. Staycation savings There are hotel and...
  • 'Treacherous' driving conditions impact travel

    'Treacherous' driving conditions impact travel
    Indiana and Illinois State Police after warning motorists to drive cautiously or even rethink your trip because of hazardous roads this afternoon across the region. A winter storm warning was issued at 3:17 p.m. for Will, Kendall, and Grundy counties...
  • Irvine man killed in Laguna crash

    Irvine man killed in Laguna crash
    An Irvine man died a week shy of his 30th birthday in a multiple-vehicle collision on North Coast Highway in Laguna Beach, authorities said. The Orange County coroner has identified the dead man as Erik Valencia.  The head-on collision occurred at 1:...
  • Ukraine crisis worries Clarksville Peace Corps veteran

    When Peggy Walton returned to Ukraine six months ago, 20 years after a two-year stint as a Peace Corps volunteer, she only wanted to quell her own restlessness and satisfy her curiosity about how the country had changed.  Little did the retired Howard...