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  • Updates on 3 former area baseball standouts

     
    A look at three former Central Florida high school players and where they have been assigned to start this season: Former Lake Brantley standout Nick Franklin, a first-round pick by the Seattle Mariners in the 2009 draft, is with High Desert of the...
  • Baseball: Troupe strikes out 10 to lift Chaminade, 4-1

     
    Mathew Troupe of West Hills Chaminade has become one of the best pitchers in Southern California, and he displayed his skills on Monday in a first-round game of the National Classic. Troupe struck out 10 and allowed three hits in......
  • Baseball: Thursday's scores

     
    AGAPE LEAGUE Academy for Academic Excellence 17, Apple Valley Christian 2 Victor Valley Christian 7, Hesperia Christian 5 ALPHA LEAGUE Downey Calvary Chapel 6, Paraclete 2 Montclair Prep 9, Crossroads 1 AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Arrowhead Christian 15, Loma Linda...
  • New diplomat named to Mexican Consulate in L.A.

     
    The Mexican government has installed a new diplomat to run its consulate in Los Angeles, the largest it maintains in the United States. David Figueroa-Ortega, 40, consul in San Jose, Calif., for more than two years, replaces departing Acting Consul......
  • Inspector general asked to investigate alleged misconduct by federal immigration officials

     
    A California congresswoman Thursday called for an investigation into "misconduct, including possible violations of criminal law,” by federal immigration officials who misled local governments about a sweeping enforcement program that purported to...
  • New Mexican consul in L.A. began political career fighting drugs, corruption

     
    As the new Mexican consul in Los Angeles, David Figueroa has a keen appreciation of what’s required to be a public official in his country. When he was mayor of the border town of Agua Prieta, Sonora, his father was......
  • California says it won't resume executions this year

     
    California corrections officials have put off until at least next year any attempt to resume executions among the 713 condemned inmates on death row, according to court documents. The request by the California Department of Corrections and...
  • Competitive eaters to return to Dorney Park

     
    World classcompetitive eaters including number 1 ranked eater and reigning Philly cheesesteak eating champ, Joey Chestnut, returns to Dorney Park on Saturday, May 21 to defend his title at the World Philly Cheesesteak-Eating Championship. During last...
  • San Diego police chief announces strategy to reduce officer misconduct

     
    Embarrassed by a recent spate of misconduct allegations against his officers, the San Diego police chief Tuesday publicly apologized and announced a series of reforms meant to "greatly reduce future incidents." "I want to personally apologize to every...
  • California's bullet train: A fast track to nowhere

     
    I love trains. One of my earliest memories is leaving my small Texas town to move to Nebraska. I sat in the dome car and watched lightning ripple across the night sky. It was beautiful. I've also ridden the TGV......
  • Gilroy man charged with killing Chihuahua faces life in prison

     
    A Gilroy man who killed his wife's Chihuahua by smashing it against a wall could be sentenced to life in prison because of prior violent convictions. Bud Wally Ruiz, 53, has a criminal history dating back 30 years and could......