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  • Friday UPDATE: High school results and pairings (updated Saturday with more Friday scores)

    Boys basketball Ronald Curry Holiday Tournament (at Boo Williams Sportsplex): R.C. PERKINS DIVISION: Consolation: Grafton 44, Warwick 42 Freedom 60, Osbourn Park 36 Semifinals: Edison 82, Bethel 71 Hampton 58, Denbigh 40 ALLSTATE DIVISION: West Charlotte...
  • 11:59 p.m. Saturday UPDATE: Multi-sport, multi-tournament high school results and pairings

    Boys basketball Ronald Curry Holiday Tournament (at Boo Williams Sportsplex): R.C. PERKINS DIVISION: Seventh-place game: Warwick 73, Osbourn Park 58 Fifth-place game: Grafton 67, Freedom 65 Third-place game: Denbigh d. Bethel Championship game: Edison 64,...
  • 5 inventive champagne cocktails for New Year's Eve

    5 inventive champagne cocktails for New Year's Eve
    Nothing says New Year's Eve quite like some bubbly. But for your New Year's party, do you really want to offer just another glass of champagne (we're sorry, sparkling wine) on a night that is ushering in the exciting and new? Well now you don't have to....
  • Toby Keith angers fans with no-guns policy at new restaurant

    Toby Keith angers fans with no-guns policy at new restaurant
    Toby Keith angered and surprised many with a no-guns policy at his newly opened restaurant, Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill in Woodbridge, Va. The restaurant, named after the country music star's hit "I love this bar," has a "No guns permitted"...
  • Anna Frederich was second to none for La Cañada High cross-country

    Anna Frederich was second to none for La Cañada High cross-country
    Heading into the 2013 cross-country season, perhaps only one thing was certain in regards to incoming La Cañada High senior runner Anna Frederich. “She definitely brings the energy. She’s always brought the energy for our team and we owed her...
  • Laguna nears league play

    The final tuneup prior to the start of the Orange Coast League boys' basketball season will present Laguna Beach Breakers one final, big nonleague test, before the Breakers can begin its league title defense. Laguna will meet Brethren Christian at 1:...
  • All-Area Girls' Cross-Country Team

    All-Area Girls' Cross-Country Team
    Candela Fernandez, Sophomore, Burbank Started her season by taking fourth (12:00.67) in the sophomores race at the 1.9-mile Fastback Shootout course. Turned in a brilliant effort in winning the Ojai Invitational large-schools’ race in a program-...
  • State's Innovative Microgrids Provide Pockets of Power

    The tropical storms and blizzards of the past few years have exposed the flaws of the network for delivering electricity, known as the grid: widespread power outages lasting, in some cases, for several days. But what if the regional system could be...
  • Boys' Cross-Country Preview: Fresno on Breakers' minds

    Boys' Cross-Country Preview: Fresno on Breakers' minds
    As it is with any fall season, the Laguna Beach High boys' cross-country team has been busy with workouts, preparing for an upcoming invitational season that it hopes, like many of its predecessors, will end with a late-November trip to Fresno. That...
  • Fort Eustis woman sings on "America's Got Talent" with American Military Spouses Choir

    Fort Eustis woman sings on "America's Got Talent" with American Military Spouses Choir
    Sonjia Penny of Fort Eustis is heading back to New York City today to rehearse with the American Military Spouses Choir in preparation for another round of NBC television's "America's Got Talent" competition. The vocalist, wife of Army Col. Brent...
  • Crescenta Valley High boys' cross-country looks to continue surge

    Crescenta Valley High boys' cross-country looks to continue surge
    LA CRESCENTA — As with the beginning of any new season, hope is perhaps the one unifying element among a diverse group of local cross-country teams. For Crescenta Valley High, the Falcons are excited over the progress of 2012 and the prospects of...