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Orange (Orange, California)

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  • Orange County father-son team charged in $20-million mail fraud scheme

     
    Federal postal inspectors were asking for the public's help Thursday in locating a father and son charged in connection with a $20-million mail fraud scheme, authorities said. Robert Louis Carver, 56, previously of Irvine, and his son, Robert Louis...
  • UC student regent faces sexual battery allegation; board chair says no immediate action

     
    Russell Gould, UC Board of Regents chairman, says there will be no immediate decision on whether student regent Jesse Cheng, a UC Irvine student, should step down while the university looks into a former girlfriend's allegation that Cheng sexually...
  • No increase in radiation levels in Southern California air

     
    Environmental officials say radiation in Southern California's air remains below levels of concern. The Environmental Protection Agency has been providing daily updates on its website. On Saturday morning, the EPA reported that its nationwide radiation...
  • Softball: Thursday's scores

     
    AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Linfield Christian 6, Western Christian 4 BIG VIII LEAGUE Riverside Poly 4, Corona Centennial 0 CAMINO REAL LEAGUE Mary Star 17, St. Bernard 2 St. Monica 11, Serra 1 CROSSTOWN LEAGUE Port of Los Angeles 21, Animo Venice......
  • Reading L.A.: Richard G. Lillard on the growth machine and its discontents

     
    New essay in Reading L.A. series by architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne, this one on the book Eden in Jeopardy by Richard G. Lillard, a book on architecture, the environment, ecology and growth in Los Angeles and Southern California....
  • Historic labels sold oranges -- and the California lifestyle

     
    Citrus crate labels started out as advertising but have emerged as art and a peek into California's past. Packinghouses often created three different labels: one for high-grade fruit, one for mid-grade and one for the bottom of the barrel —......
  • 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...
  • The Dry Garden: 'Reimagining the California Lawn'

     
    Maybe you want to remove your lawn. Maybe you want to shrink it to make way for flowers, food plants or a shade tree. Maybe you don't know what you want. A new book written by three of California's most......
  • Softball: Tuesday's scores

     
    SOFTBALL AGAPE LEAGUE Excelsior 12, Apple Valley Christian 0 Victor Valley Christian 16, Academy for Academic Excellence 15 AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 10, Woodcrest Christian 0 Ontario Christian 5, Linfield Christian 4 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE Pomona Catholic 7,...
  • Saturday in Irvine: Literary Orange

     
    On Saturday, UC Irvine hosts the fifth annual Literary Orange festival....
  • Criminal barbering? Raids at Orange County shops lead to arrests, raise questions

    Criminal barbering? Raids at Orange County shops lead to arrests, raise questions
    As many as 14 armed Orange County deputies, including narcotics agents, stormed Strictly Skillz barbershop during business hours on a Saturday in August, handcuffing barbers in front of customers during a busy back-to-school weekend. It was just one of a...