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Orange County (California)

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  • Stranded in Orange County's Silverado Canyon

     
    After struggling through a noisy night, residents of Silverado Canyon found themselves stranded by torrents of water, mud, boulders, tree branches and other debris that cut off the leafy neighborhood from the rest of Orange County. “Right now, we can’...
  • Widespread flooding reported across region; Qualcomm Stadium flooded; Corona airport submerged

     
    Southern California was struggling with widespread flooding and scattered mudslides as a seventh straight day of rain pounded the region. The storms trapped residents in cars and homes over a wide area, caused a bridge collapse in San Bernardino County......
  • Storms leave behind more than 2 feet of rain in mountain areas

     
    The series of storms that has deluged Southern California for the past seven days began clearing out Wednesday evening, leaving behind more than 2 feet of rain in the mountains....
  • Damage from Southern California rains could top $60 million

     
    Damage from the storms that battered Southern California is expected to top $60 million. Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado declared a state of emergency Thursday for Los Angeles, Kings and Santa Barbara counties in response to the destructive rain, which caused.......
  • Placido Domingo will get ample airtime on PBS' 'Great Performances' in 2011 [Updated]

     
    Plácido Domingo is headed for some serious tube time in 2011. WNET, the New York City public television station that produces the "Great Performances" series for PBS, announced Thursday that it is readying a retrospective called "Plácido Domingo: My...
  • In San Clemente, price of ocean views may be peace of mind

     
    When your closest neighbors include Southern California's only nuclear power plant and its largest military base, you hardly even blink when the thunder of high explosives echoes over the hills or sirens wail a nuclear-alert drill. Exposure to danger...
  • How did L.A. lose its major PBS flagship affliate?

     
    Starting Jan. 1, KCET-TV Channel 28 is severing its relationship with PBS to become the nation's largest independent public TV station. Los Angeles' flagship PBS channel will begin airing local programs, BBC repeats, news and documentaries made elsewhere,...
  • Fugitive in UC Irvine fertility scandal arrested in Mexico City; U.S. hopes to extradite him

     
    A physician who rocked a UC Irvine fertility clinic 15 years ago when he and a partner switched the frozen embryos of dozens of unsuspecting women, has been taken into custody by Mexican authorities, officials said Monday. Ricardo Asch, one......
  • FDIC sues O.C. lender over mortgages sold to IndyMac [Updated]

     
    The battle over who gets stuck with the tab for millions of soured home loans has produced some eye-popping numbers of late, including Allstate Corp.'s lawsuit seeking to recover losses on $700 million in Countrywide Financial Corp. mortgage-backed...
  • Schwarzenegger names key transportation appointments

     
    In one of his last actions as governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday announced appointments to key transportation posts....
  • 'Jerry Springer: The Opera' coming to Southern California

     
    One of the more curious satires in recent memory, "Jerry Springer: The Opera" has entertained and befuddled theater audiences in London, New York, Chicago, San Francisco and other cities since premiering in 2003. Now the "opera" -- actually a stage......