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Segerstrom Shelby Event Center cruises to a grand opening

The new Segerstrom Shelby Event Center and Museum in Irvine, CA, on Thursday, January 20, 2022. The SSEC features a premier collection of over 83 rare, highly-valued collector Shelby vehicles owned Ted and Rae Segerstrom. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG) The new Segerstrom Shelby Event Center and Museum in Irvine, CA, on Thursday,…
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Woman pleads guilty to multimillion-dollar cosmetic surgery scam

A former Rancho Mirage woman, who fled to Israel following her indictment, pleaded guilty in federal court in Santa Ana Friday to bilking insurance companies out of millions of dollars for cosmetic surgery procedures she falsely claimed were medically necessary. Linda Morrow, 69, pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud…
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New reggae festival California Vibrations makes its debut in Long Beach

Reggae, and some hip-hop, too, returned to Long Beach this weekend with a three-day festival made up of more than 50 acts that included a tribute to the genre’s biggest star by three of his sons. Goldenvoice’s California Vibrations Festival (aka Cali Vibes) kicked off at Marina Green Park in Long Beach Friday, Feb. 4…
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Who is new Ravens president Sashi Brown? What to know about the former Browns and Wizards executive.

After nearly two decades, the Ravens will have a new team president. Dick Cass will retire after 18 years with the organization and will be succeeded by former Cleveland Browns and Washington Wizards executive Sashi Brown, the team announced Friday. Brown, 45, is expected to join the Ravens in March and officially take over for…
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Chicago Bears hire James Rowe as defensive backs coach

Defensive backs coach James Rowe became the latest addition to the Chicago Bears staff Friday. The Bears announced coach Matt Eberflus hired Rowe, with whom he worked last season while with the Indianapolis Colts. Rowe was the cornerbacks coach there and was the assistant defensive backs coach for Washington from 2017-19. Rowe has seven years…
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NFL’s coaching diversity issues have Rams’ attention

THOUSAND OAKS — Kevin O’Connell’s reported hiring as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings could be seen as part of the NFL’s problem with lack of diversity in positions of power. But the Rams’ offensive coordinator says he wants to be part of the solution. O’Connell is committing, in general terms, to using his new…
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CSU chancellor under fire over handling of sexual harassment allegations

California State University Chancellor Joseph I. Castro is under fire amid allegations he failed to properly handle sexual harassment complaints against a former administrator in 2019, just before he ascended to the position he holds now. Instead of thoroughly investigating multiple complaints of sexual misconduct and other questionable behavior involving Frank Lamas, the former vice…
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Super Bowl Experience turns L.A. Convention Center into NFL theme park

Workers prepare the stage where the Vince Lombardi Trophy will be displayed during a media preview of the Super Bowl Experience on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022, at the L.A. Convention Center. The actual trophy that will be presented to either the Rams or Bengals on Feb. 13 will arrive on Saturday. (Photo by Keith Birmingham,…
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Ducks’ Trevor Zegras brings Vegas showmanship to NHL All-Star Skills event

By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer LAS VEGAS — Tampa Bay’s Victor Hedman won the Hardest Shot competition and St. Louis’ Jordan Kyrou was the Fastest Skater during an NHL All-Star Skills competition with a distinct Vegas flavor on Friday night. Carolina’s Sebastian Aho won the Accuracy Shooting contest at T-Mobile Arena on a night…
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Portola girls soccer breaks through against Beckman for first league title

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now IRVINE — Portola’s girls soccer team stood at the gateway of two major historical feats as it took the pitch Friday night. The Bulldogs promptly blasted their way into the record books, and the CIF Division 3 playoffs. Freshman Lily Nesland and senior…
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