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  • Boys' basketball: Wednesday scores

     
    NONLEAGUE Aliso Niguel 62, Whittier 45 Buena Park 54, Anaheim 41 Campbell Hall 106, Cathedral 64 Capistrano Valley 72, Yorba Linda 43 Chaparral 63, Lakeside 44 Chino Hills 66, Valley View 56 Colton 47, Rim of the World 45 Dana......
  • Flooding risk rises as rainfall continues through Wednesday

     
    Meteorologists are warning about possible damaging flooding in the Los Angeles area in the days before Christmas. Mike Pigott, a meteorologist with Accuweather.com, said 5 to 7 inches of rain could fall in Los Angeles' coast and valley areas by......
  • Boys' basketball: Saturday scores

     
    AGAPE LEAGUE Academy for Academic Excellence 71, Victor Valley Christian 39 MAJESTIC LEAGUE Temecula Prep 62, Lake Arrowhead Christian 40 NONLEAGUE Brethren Christian 68, Pacifica Christian 48 Denver (Colo.) Lutheran 64, Crean Lutheran 47 Kilpatrick 60,...
  • Girls' basketball: Monday scores

     
    AGAPE LEAGUE Academy for Academic Excellence 68, Joshua Springs 22 BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona Santiago 63, Corona Roosevelt 50 NONLEAGUE Beckman 48, Laguna Beach 34 Corona del Mar 40, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 20 Cypress 62, Fullerton 19 Irvine 50,......
  • Brand X Files: California rain. 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal signed. 'Twilight' style.

     
    Rain, rain, go away: Today is expected to be the "main event" in this week's seemingly endless storm, according to one climatologist. Stay dry out there, folks. [L.A. Times] Obama signs 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal: The historic legislation will not...
  • 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’...
  • Laguna Beach tourists make the most of stormy weather

     
    The Singh family of Dallas substituted museums for the amusement parks and other outdoor activities they had planned during their nine-day Southern California vacation swing. But with only two days to go, the kids insisted on a day at the......
  • Laguna Canyon residents help each other recover from flooding

     
    By Wednesday afternoon, a new dynamic had taken hold in the Laguna Canyon community that has endured devastating floods, fires and mudslides over the last two decades. As the shock of the early-morning flash flooding began to wear off, neighbors......
  • Pea-sized hail reported in Glendale, Pasadena

     
    Hail was falling in Glendale and Pasadena at around 2 p.m. The National Weather Service said a line of thunderstorms producing heavy rains and pea-size hail was approaching the Station Fire burn area. Rain was falling at rates between .5......
  • Laguna Beach merchants hit by flooding worry about Christmas business

     
    At Brussels Bistro, a cellar restaurant and bar in downtown Laguna Beach, owner Thomas Crijns, 34, and friends mopped up with push brooms, trying to deal with more than 2 1/2 feet of water that had accumulated overnight. The subterranean......
  • 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......