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  • Huskies Advance To Championship Game With 4-1 Victory over BYU

    Huskies Advance To Championship Game With 4-1 Victory over BYU
    After three scoreless innings, the Huskies defeated BYU in the winner’s bracket of the Seattle NCAA Regional 4-1 to advance to Saturday’s championship game. The game will begin at 2:30 p.m. and if UW wins it will advance to the Super...
  • Huskies Softball Eliminated from Super Regionals

    Huskies Softball Eliminated from Super Regionals
    Once the Husky bats got rolling in game two of the NCAA Super Regionals in Columba, Mo., Sunday night, 12th-seeded Washington did some things that not many have against Missouri ace Chelsea Thomas.   Thomas and the fifth-seeded Tigers however, hung on...
  • Single Seniors Find Love Links

    Single Seniors Find Love Links
    Interested in meeting a companion? Or maybe a long-term mate? There are three good ways to do that: - Be involved in group activities where you see the same people on a regular basis. Activities such as wine appreciation classes or gym activities....
  • Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist

    Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist
    Richard J. O'Neill, a prominent landowner and Democratic Party activist who helped transform the landscape of Orange County by developing his family's vast Rancho Mission Viejo, died Saturday. He was 85. O'Neill, who served as California Democratic Party...
  • Melvin Simon dies at 82; shopping center magnate

    Melvin Simon, who started what is now the country's largest shopping mall company and owned the NBA's Indiana Pacers with his brother, died Wednesday in Indianapolis, a spokesman said. He was 82. Les Morris, a spokesman for Simon Property Group, which...
  • Gloria Nord dies at 87; skating star of the 1940s and '50s

    Gloria Nord dies at 87; skating star of the 1940s and '50s
    Gloria Nord, a theatrical skating sensation of the 1940s and '50s who captivated audiences with her balletic agility on roller skates and later on ice, died Dec. 30 in Mission Viejo. She was 87. Nord had been in declining health in recent months from a...
  • O.C. Sheriff Dogged by Scandals

    A Newport Beach man's dream of getting rich by selling law enforcement officials on a high-tech device that could end high-speed chases has pulled top advisors to Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona into a complex tale of cash, ambition and alleged...
  • Man Says He Found Condom in French Onion Soup

    Man Says He Found Condom in French Onion Soup
    SANTA ANA -- A Mission Viejo man is suing an Orange County based restaurant chain after he says he found a condom in a bowl of french onion soup. According to court documents filed Tuesday, Philip Hodousek and his wife, Sherry, along with their...
  • Pain Relief Options for Kids

    Pain Relief Options for Kids
    Your 5-year-old has a raging fever. Quick: Should you grab children's Tylenol, Bayer or Motrin? Most parents haven't the foggiest idea. And the recent news that high doses of acetaminophen can lead to liver damage is adding to the confusion over the...
  • Is There an Age Bias in Health Care?

    Is There an Age Bias in Health Care?
    Dan Levine left his Mission Viejo, Calif., home Saturday, heading north to his son's place in Castro Valley, Calif. He expects to die there - loudly, aggressively and in full view. Levine is not going to stay in a bedroom in his son Hal's house, he says....
  • Two major fires still burn

    Despite benefiting from weaker than predicted weekend winds, firefighters Sunday were unable to fully contain the last two threatening Southern California wildfires, and authorities said one of the blazes might not be surrounded by ground crews until...