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  • Federal officials launch probe of fatal California 200 accident

     
    Federal authorities announced Monday that they were launching a review of the accident that killed eight people at the California 200 off-road race. The Bureau of Land Management has jurisdiction over the land where the race occurred and issued a......
  • Parents of slain teen Chelsea King file with state for possible compensation

     
    The parents of San Diego County teenager Chelsea King have filed with the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, a possible precursor to seeking compensation for the murder of their daughter. Kelly and Brent King have not yet decided....
  • Football: Friday's scores

     
    Friday, September 10th CITY NONLEAGUE Cleveland 15, Fremont 13 El Camino Real 36, Palisades 35 Lincoln 30, Huntington Park 27 (OT) Reseda 17, Monroe 2 SOUTHERN SECTION NONLEAGUE Agoura 35, Ventura 34 Alemany 44, Eastside 20 Antelope Valley 36, Rosamond......
  • Football: Week 4 schedule

     
    Thursday, September 30th SOUTHERN SECTION CENTURY LEAGUE Esperanza at El Modena, 7 p.m. EMPIRE LEAGUE Cypress at Western, 7 p.m. Garden Grove Pacifica at Tustin, 7 p.m. INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE Canyon Springs vs. La Sierra at Norte Vista, 7 p.m.......
  • Return of 'L.A. Bizarro'

    Return of 'L.A. Bizarro'
    The strange little retreat called Troutdale in Agoura Hills could best be described as a cross between Clifton's Cafeteria and Disneyland's Country Bear Jamboree. A tiny shotgun shack, which looks as if it belongs in the backwoods of "Deliverance," is...
  • A zippy look at Wild Animal Park

     A zippy look at Wild Animal Park
    Visitors who look skyward at San Diego's Wild Animal Park are now seeing more than the usual assortment of exotic birds. Up in the sky about six stories above the brown hillside is a new kind of flying species soaring overhead at about 40 mph, swooping to...
  • Council adopts anti-graffiti ordinance

    COSTA MESA — After months of city staff and department collaborations, research and debate, the City Council on Tuesday approved a new graffiti ordinance, one that is designed to tighten the belt on taggers and vandals. The ordinance was adopted...
  • Going native

    In a neighborhood full of lawns, Jeena and Eric Schoenke's front yard stands as an anomaly. The Burbank residents tore out their front lawn and redesigned the space about a year ago. They poured a patio, created a path, brought in several large boulders...
  • A MAJESTY FOR ALL SEASONS

    Redwoods, sequoias and bristlecones. California has the tallest, the biggest and the oldest conifers in the world. To excess, add extravagance. We also have the greatest variety. The whispering forests of the Sierra and Pacific ranges are thick with pine,...
  • Trees you'll still be enjoying many Christmases from now

    There is no bad living Christmas tree, just ones that have been planted in the wrong spots. To help readers avoid making 80-foot-tall mistakes, we consulted seasoned horticulturists for their picks of the best specimen conifers for Southern California...
  • Such resilience, such beauty

    First came the wildfires, then the questions. Providence aside, why had certain neighborhoods and houses been spared in the firestorms that ravaged Southern California? What had the builders or landscapers done that encouraged flames to stop in their...