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Football Signing Day: Mater Dei LB David Bailey makes it official with Stanford

Mater Dei linebacker David Bailey, who led the CIF section and state champion Monarchs in tackles and sacks, signed with Stanford. Bailey (6-5, 225) had scholarship offers from every school that thought it had a chance to sign him. When Stanford offered, Bailey’s mind was settled quickly. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” Bailey said Wednesday. “I…
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Football Signing Day: Mater Dei’s C.J. Williams still has a decision to make

Williams, who led the Monarchs in receptions (46), receiving yardage (775) and receiving touchdowns (12), plans on signing this week. He said Wednesday his four finalists are (alphabetical order) Notre Dame, Texas, UCLA and USC. Williams will announce the school he signed with on Jan. 8 at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio. Williams is…
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Kansas City Chiefs at Chargers: Who has the edge?

Chiefs (9-4) at Chargers (8-5) When: 5:20 p.m. Thursday Where: SoFi Stadium TV/Radio: Fox (Ch. 11), NFL Network, Amazon; 98.7 FM; 105.5 FM/94.3 FM (Spanish); Sirius 83 Line: Chiefs by 3 points Notable injury designations: Chargers: RB Austin Ekeler (questionable; ankle), S Derwin James (questionable; hamstring), CB Asante Samuel Jr. (questionable; concussion), S Alohi Gilman…
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Anaheim High will keep ‘Colonists’ nickname but reimagine school mascot

Anaheim High School will keep its longstanding nickname, the Colonists, but the mascot will be redesigned to replace the blunderbuss-wielding man in a Pilgrim-style hat that has for years been a symbol of the school. A petition pushed to scrap the name and mascot because some felt it was an outdated and offensive homage to…
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Enrollment declines squeeze local school finances

History may be repeating itself as California’s public school enrollment declines, putting the squeeze on the finances of local school systems.The 1970s and 1980s were a tumultuous time for California’s public schools, to wit: —A tidal wave of kids from the post-World War II baby boom pushed school enrollment to well over 4 million, but…
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Worker says she risked discipline if she left job amid storm

By BRUCE SCHREINER MAYFIELD, Ky. (AP) — An employee of the Kentucky candle factory where eight workers were killed by a tornado said Tuesday that a supervisor threatened her with written disciplinary action if she went home early because storms were approaching. Haley Conder, who worked at the Mayfield Consumer Products factory on and off…
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To achieve their full potential, enhanced child tax payments must remain monthly

Perhaps the most important anti-poverty, counter-inflationary provision amidst all the new ideas in the president’s Build Back Better agenda is its reinvestment in an old policy that – plain and simply – works. The extension of an enhanced child tax credit (CTC) through 2022 will help lift millions of American families out of poverty, ease…
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One-party rule is toxic everywhere, including California

Gov. Gavin Newsom survived the recall and looks likely to cruise to reelection in 2022. So now what? I ask because though the state’s voters felt keeping in office Newsom was the best of the options, it’s undeniable that Californians are frustrated with the lack of solutions coming out of Sacramento, which is overwhelmingly Democratic.…
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Congress sends Biden $2.5T debt limit hike, avoiding default

By BRIAN SLODYSKO WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress averted a catastrophic debt default early Wednesday morning after Democratic majorities in both chambers voted to send a $2.5 trillion increase in the nation’s borrowing authority to President Joe Biden over lockstep Republican opposition. Capping a marathon day, the House gave final approval to the legislation early Wednesday…
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Woman dead after solo-vehicle crash in Fullerton

A woman was killed when she lost control of her vehicle and crashed in Fullerton on Tuesday. The solo-vehicle collision was reported just before 4:55 p.m. in the area of Brea Boulevard and Longview Drive, near Hillcrest Park, according to Fullerton Police Department Sgt. Brandon Clyde. The woman suffered “significant traumatic injuries” and was pronounced…
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