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  • Violinist Sarah Chang lands in Southern California following Detroit drama

     
    It's sometimes easy to forget that the classical music world is dominated by labor unions that exert powerful control over much of the art form. Violinist Sarah Chang received a scary reminder of that fact over the weekend in Detroit.......
  • UC Irvine report predicts high-speed rail line would create jobs and boost L.A.-Orange County economy

     
    The proposal to build a high-speed rail system in California has the potential to create more than 127,000 permanent jobs in the Los Angeles-Orange County area by 2035 and contribute to the economic revitalization of the region, according to a......
  • Heat, moisture trigger thunderstorms and hail

     
    Intense heat seared much of Southern California for a fourth day Thursday as subtropical moisture triggered thunderstorms that caused torrents of water to push mud and softball-sized rocks across roadways and block one of the state's main north-south...
  • Billionaire Koch brothers back suspension of California climate law

     
    A company owned by oil billionaires Charles and David Koch has contributed $1 million to Proposition 23, a November ballot initiative to suspend California’s groundbreaking 2006 global-warming law. The contribution came from Flint Hills Resources LP,...
  • Landscapers win awards

    The California Landscape Contractors Assn. of Orange County has recognized three contractors with awards for outstanding landscaping work in Costa Mesa, Newport Beach and Irvine. Bruce Wayne Co., Bemus Landscape Inc. and Mission Landscape received...
  • Missing Irvine Woman, 84, and Her Poodle Turn Up in Tijuana

    Missing Irvine Woman, 84, and Her Poodle Turn Up in Tijuana
    IRVINE (KTLA) -- An 84-year-old Orange County woman who became lost after visiting her doctor in Newport Beach has been found safe in Tijuana. Rosalie Delite Smith was found at a medical facility in Tijuana Tuesday afternoon, according to police. It was...
  • Going 'from the farm to your fork'

    Going 'from the farm to your fork'
    Too many children think French fries count as a serving of vegetables, and that tomato sauce comes out of a can, or worse, is squeezed from a bottle. Children and parents now have the chance to see how food moves "from the farm to your fork" at the...
  • Two Earthquakes Hit Southern California

    Two Earthquakes Hit Southern California
    SAN CLEMENTE -- A magnitude 5.0 earthquake hit Imperial County at 11:33 a.m. Saturday and was felt by some in southern Orange County. People in Aliso Viejo, Irvine, Mission Viejo and San Clemente reported feeling the quake to USGS web site. The quake...
  • Hops just a jump, skip away

    Booze, barbecue, and '80s glam metal. What more could you ask for? Today, the second annual Orange County Beer Festival will take over Irvine Lake from 1 to 4 p.m. with more than 60 domestic and international brews flowing, including beer from a...
  • Groups name their picks

    Jon Coupal was among friends May 27 when he was the guest speaker at a Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. meeting. Coupal is the president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn., founded by Jarvis and his wife, Estelle, to rein in property taxes in California....
  • Mayor now looks to Nov. 2

    With all precincts reporting, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor won the Republican primary in the 68th Assembly District and, due to voter registration in the district, could very likely head to Sacramento after the November election. Because voter...