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  • Silverado Canyon at fire's edge

    Silverado Canyon at fire's edge
    As authorities pleaded today with the public to identify the driver of a white Ford pickup truck seen near the origin of the 27,600-acre Santiago fire, 100-foot-tall flames burned into the eastern section of Silverado Canyon on Friday, moving...
  • Census portrays more of a melting pot in Southern California

    Census portrays more of a melting pot in Southern California
    The integration of Southern California's suburban communities continued apace into the second half of the decade, driven by steadily growing numbers of Latinos and Asians moving into middle-class neighborhoods, according to detailed census data released...
  • Contract killing

    Which of the following news stories do you find most heinous? 1) Mission Viejo City Council is on the verge of deciding that all companies contracting with the city must verify their workers' legal immigration status through a federal database, or no...
  • Letters to the editor

    Torture is torture Re “Files detail CIA tactics on captives,” April 17 Just because torture was legal in Nazi Germany did not make it right. Nor did it protect Nazi war criminals from prosecution at the Nuremberg trials. Just because some...
  • Oil touches an all-time high

    The gravity-defying price of oil shot through another barrier Monday by briefly touching $103.95 a barrel in New York trading, the highest cost ever for black gold even after adjusting for inflation. Before Monday, the April 1980 price of $38 was the...
  • Car suspected of fleeing San Clemente gang shooting rolls over on 5 Freeway

     
    A car suspected of fleeing a possible gang shooting in San Clemente rolled over Tuesday night on the 5 Freeway, authorities said. The Honda Civic was carrying at least two males, one of whom had been shot in the abdomen,......
  • Football: It's a homecoming for Stanford players

     
    Stanford is coming to the Rose Bowl on Saturday night to play UCLA in a Pacific 10 Conference opener, and there are lots of former Southern California high school standouts in the starting lineup for the Cardinal. They include tight......
  • Drugs, drinking popular at park near Metrolink tracks where teens were killed, neighbor says

     
    A section of railroad tracks in south Orange County where two people were struck and killed by a Metrolink train Thursday is near a park that is frequented by teenagers and young adults drinking and taking drugs, a neighbor said.......
  • 2 killed in Mission Viejo Metrolink crash identified

     
    Two people killed when a Metrolink train struck them while they were sleeping on the tracks in Mission Viejo were identified Friday as Daniel Akins, 22, and Anastasia Bolton, 17, both of Mission Viejo. The lone survivor was Silvia Lua,......
  • Woman arrested after chase from Orange County to Sherman Oaks

     
    Police apprehended a burglary suspect Wednesday who led police on a high-speed freeway chase from Orange County to Sherman Oaks. The pursuit began in Mission Viejo in the early afternoon after a young woman allegedly stole items from a Bed......
  • Football: The silliness of national rankings

     
    It's the silly time in high school football, meaning people keeping trying to create interest with national polls. The people at Rivals.com have a poll, and just because they have 14 teams from Florida listed, they apparently think the state......