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Orange (Orange, California)

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  • Softball: No. 1 Valencia falls to Riverside Poly

     
    Valencia, ranked No. 1 in Southern California softball, was beaten by Riverside Poly, 3-1, on Saturday at a tournament in Orange County. Here's the story from PE.com. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Sounding Off: There are benefits to Sunset Beach annexation

    Recent comments in the Independent by Jack Markovitz of the Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach give the impression that most of the residents of Sunset Beach are opposed to being annexed by Huntington Beach ("Sunset annexation hearing postponed," March 3)....
  • The Coastal Gardener: The legend of O.C.'s wild tomatoes

    I often feel sorry for my daughter. But at least she'll have plenty of stories to tell her children. About five years ago, I recall doing my best to convince her to come with me on an all-day, far-fetched attempt to locate the last wild tomatoes in...
  • Hoag heart doctor elected to national post

    A Hoag Hospital heart doctor has been elected chair of the Board of Governors for the American College of Cardiology, a 39,000-member national nonprofit medical society, Hoag officials said in a news release. Dr. Dipti Itchhaporia, who has directed...
  • Taking aim at drugs, DUIs

    Many people say if you're going to party in Laguna Beach, don't get behind the wheel. At least that's what Laguna Beach Police Department Det. Larry Bammer has heard people say about his city, which has garnered a reputation for DUI arrests. Driving...
  • JWA works to expand into more markets

    As John Wayne Airport builds a customs inspection center and prepares to reinstate service to Canada next month, airport officials are hiring a consultant to expand into other North American markets. Soon, officials will announce an "air service...
  • Housing Rental Rates Expected to Fall in Los Angeles County

    Housing Rental Rates Expected to Fall in Los Angeles County
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- While rental costs are expected to stay steady throughout most of Southern California, renters in Los Angeles can expect to see prices tip more in their favor. According to a study released this week from the Lusk Center for Real...
  • Record Number of California Homes Bought Without a Mortgage

    Last month 31% of all new and resale houses and condos sold statewide were bought without a mortgage - the highest level in at least 23 years, according to San Diego-based DataQuick Information Systems, whose statistics go back to 1988. Last month's...
  • More Sick Sea Lions, Dolphins Rescued from SoCal Beaches

    More Sick Sea Lions, Dolphins Rescued from SoCal Beaches
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- More sick marine animals are washing up on shore at Southern California beaches. In April alone, more than 100 sick or dead animals have washed up onto beaches from Los Angeles to Orange County, including 75 sea lions, 20 dolphins...
  • Gas Station Near Middle School Sells Crack Pipes

    Gas Station Near Middle School Sells Crack Pipes
    SOUTH LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) - An investigation and home video recording by the watchdog web site reelurbannews.com reveals that a Watts gas station near a middle school is selling drug paraphernalia. The web site's investigation reveals that the ARCO gas...
  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the Laguna Beach City Council meeting of Dec. 7. * Retiree Condon honored Public Works employee Anthony Condon was honored by retiring City Manager Ken Frank and outgoing Mayor Elizabeth Pearson for his 20 years of service to...