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  • Market Watch: Coachella desert's Valencia Pride and Keitt mangoes have arrived

    Market Watch: Coachella desert's Valencia Pride and Keitt mangoes have arrived
    Customers have been wondering for weeks when they'd show up, and now Wong Farms' desert mangoes, among the most exotic and eagerly sought fruits grown in California, are back at the Wednesday Santa Monica farmers market. Juicy, sweet and aromatic, they're...
  • Letters: Of noisy beaches and quiet prairies

    Of noisy beaches and quiet prairies I believe Jane Engle needs to check out Carpinteria once again. Thanks to articles such as "Places Underrated" [April 19], it is no longer the beach town nobody knows about. Our family has been camping there for 40...
  • Irvine man accused of hate crime against Latinos

     
    An Iranian American man was expected to be arraigned Thursday in Santa Ana for allegedly attacking a Latino man and his teenage nephew in what prosecutors are calling a hate crime. Arash Riazati, 31, of Irvine faces two felony and......
  • Coke-and-Mentos rocket car launches in Tustin hangar

     
    The massive Tustin blimp hangars are the unlikely backdrop for the latest videos by the men behind the Mentos-and-Coke experiments that have become Internet sensations, reports the Orange County Register's science editor Pat Brennan. In the video, which...
  • Man pleads guilty in scheme to kidnap child of wealthy Orange County family

     
    A Santa Ana man pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal kidnapping charges in connection with the plot to kidnap the child of a wealthy Orange County family, authorities said. As part of the plea deal, Cesar Ariel Zapata-Landeros faces 20 years......
  • Two bats with rabies found in Orange County

     
    View Larger Map Orange County health officials are asking anyone who may have come in contact with two bats that tested positive for rabies to be evaluated immediately by medical professionals.The bats were sighted Monday near the bike trail at......
  • Standoff in Tustin approaches eighth hour [Updated]

     
    An Orange County man angry that his car was being repossessed rammed a tow truck with a vehicle early Wednesday and then barricaded himself inside his home, where he has been locked in a standoff with police for more than......
  • Football: Top Orange County running back is on the move

     
    Sophomore DaVonte Young, who rushed for 1,612 yards and 20 touchdowns as a freshman at Irvine, then transferred to Tustin, is moving to Lakewood to live with his mother, according to OCVarsity.com. No word yet on what high school he'll......
  • Football: Week One schedule

     
    Thursday, Sept. 9 CITY NONLEAGUE Bell at Grant, 7 p.m. Belmont at South Gate, 7 p.m. Locke at San Fernando, 7 p.m. Narbonne at South East, 7 p.m. Santee at San Pedro, 7 p.m. Taft vs. Dorsey at Rancho Cienega......
  • Your weekly ScamWatch

     
    Here’s a weekly roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Ethnic Indians targeted — A Tustin man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for running a Ponzi scheme that targeted ethnic Indians......
  • Seeing L.A.'s racial lines -- in color

     
    Seeing L.A.'s racial divides in color: Head to LAist's gallery of photographer Eric Fischer's stunning maps of L.A., color-coded by race. Fischer's maps, based on 2000 census data, show L.A.'s racial divisions in an instantly accessible and compelling...