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  • Briefly In Public Safety

    Workers injured in collision Two men installing fencing along Laguna Canyon Road were injured when a woman veered off the road and smashed into a utility pole in the 2000 block at 10:54 a.m. Aug. 26, Lt. Louise Callus said. The force of the collision...
  • Youth Scene: Newport wipes them all out

    The Newport Wipeout , a girls' under-9 team from Newport AYSO Region 97 captured the title for its age group in the McMillan Tournament. Over the Labor Day weekend hundreds of AYSO soccer teams from Southern California competed at the Costa Mesa Farm...
  • Del Mar teen, friend killed by commuter train

    Del Mar teen, friend killed by commuter train
    One of the people killed by a Metrolink train in Santa Ana has been identified as teenager from San Diego County. Anastasia Bolton, 17, of Del Mar and Daniel Akins, 22, of Mission Viejo, were killed early Thursday morning when they were hit by a train....
  • Cops: Man Brutally Beaten for Being Jewish

    Cops: Man Brutally Beaten for Being Jewish
    COTO DE CAZA, Calif. (KTLA) -- Hal and Evita Block were devastated Wednesday night when they discovered their 23-year-old son Gregory was beaten in an alleged hate crime at an Orange County park. "As a father, you try to protect your children, but I...
  • Locals tangle with OC's best

    Spring break is almost over in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. Plenty of local track and field athletes officially get back to work Saturday, when they'll compete at the Orange County Track and Field Championships at Mission Viejo High. Corona...
  • Wilson wants more

    Wilson wants more
    Coming onto the Corona del Mar High track and field team as a sophomore, Karléh Wilson said it was tough at times last year. She struggled to adjust after her family moved to Southern California from Gonzales, La. In some ways at CdM, she was the low...
  • Evacuation Shelters Opened in O.C.

    Evacuation Shelters Opened in O.C.
    ORANGE COUNTY ( KTLA) -- The American Red Cross of Orange County is reporting three recently-opened storm evacuee shelters in the area. The first shelter is at Laguna Beach High School, 625 Park Ave In Laguna. The second shelter is at El Modena High...
  • Senator pushes for train safety

    The safety train stopped Monday at George Washington Elementary School in Burbank as state Sen. Carol Liu (D-Glendale) and others came to the campus to tout the importance of reducing fatalities along railroad tracks. "Unfortunately, California leads...
  • O.C. ride to support HIV, AIDS help

    Saturday will mark the first Ride for AIDS event in Orange County. Although the ride is familiar to San Francisco and Los Angeles bicyclists, tomorrow will be the first riding event in the O.C. to raise money for the fight against HIV and AIDS. There are...
  • Accused man posts $1-million bail

    A Dana Point man accused of committing a New Year's Day Costa Mesa homicide is out of jail after posting the $1-million bail, Orange County Sheriff's Department records show. Adam Randy Baker, 23, is accused of stabbing a Mission Viejo man to death and...
  • Making a big play

    Making a big play
    Crowds of onlookers gathered at the Main Beach cobblestones Sunday afternoon, where members of Laguna's No Square Theatre and Arts Commission gave a colorful performance of Irving Berlin's "Blue Skies," to celebrate the arrival of warm, sunny weather...