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Santa Ana man charged with fatally beating roommate

A 29-year-old man was charged Tuesday, Dec. 14, with beating his roommate to death with a metal pole in Santa Ana. Ricardo Antunez Villalba was charged with murder with a sentencing enhancement for the personal use of a deadly weapon. Villalba is accused of killing 21-year-old Erik Quebrado of Santa Ana, according to Santa Ana police Cpl. Maria…
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Ravens film study: With QB Lamar Jackson ailing, here’s how Tyler Huntley can help the offense

As Ravens inside linebacker Josh Bynes considered all that quarterback Tyler Huntley had accomplished in three quarters of emergency duty Sunday — 71.1% accuracy, 270 passing yards and a 99.7 passer rating, all career highs — he thought back to his own humble beginnings. “I was a backup at one point in time,” Bynes said…
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NFL power rankings, Week 14: Ravens in limbo in chaotic playoff race, while four top contenders emerge

Each week of the NFL season, The Baltimore Sun will rank all 32 NFL teams. The rankings will take into account not just weekly performance, but how well each team measures up as Super Bowl contenders, regardless of win-loss record. Here are the rankings after Week 14: Super Bowl favorites 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-3;…
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Rose Parade 2022: Queen Nadia Chung dreams big

By Claudia S. Alaniz Since she was a little girl, Nadia Chung has dreamed big. “I dreamed of being a ballet dancer before I put my ballet slippers on. Before I knew how to write a story, I wanted to be a journalist,” she said. One of the La Cañada resident’s first dreams have come…
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US stocks fall after jump in wholesale prices last month

By DAMIAN J. TROISE Stocks fell in afternoon trading on Wall Street Tuesday as traders took in the latest sign that inflation is still running high ahead of the Federal Reserve’s last meeting of the year. The S&P 500 index fell 1.2% as of 1:32 p.m. Eastern. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 136 points,…
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Pac-12 men’s basketball power ratings: UCLA on top as Arizona gets good news (possibly)

Arizona’s immediate outlook is bright under first-year coach Tommy Lloyd. And because of a recent development thousands of miles from campus, there is reason for the Wildcats to be cautiously optimistic about their longer-term outlook. The NCAA’s ruling last week on the Auburn infractions case provides a morsel of insight into what fate might befall…
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Send OCVarsity your ‘Football Signing Day’ news, photos on Wednesday

OCVarsity will be covering the “Football Signing Day” news and events around Orange County on Wednesday, Dec. 15, the start of the early signing period for football. Senior football players will have their first chance to sign a National Letter of Intent with a college. OCVarsity will be publishing a list of the athletes who…
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Rose Parade 2022: Grand Marshal LeVar Burton epitomizes the theme

Few film and TV stars are more devoted to learning and expanding people’s horizons than LeVar Burton. He spent more than 20 seasons (1983-2006) as host and executive producer of PBS’ “Reading Rainbow.” Among the longest-running children’s television shows in history, it garnered multiple Daytime Emmy Awards and a prestigious Peabody Award. Burton co-authored the…
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Lakers’ Talen Horton-Tucker enters COVID-19 protocols, practice canceled

The Lakers canceled practice Tuesday after shooting guard Talen Horton-Tucker entered into the NBA’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols, according to the team. Other members of the Lakers were directed to take two tests – a rapid and a PCR – before boarding for their flight to Dallas in the afternoon, if they return negative…
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Rose Parade 2022: Celebrating tradition and a theme that says, ‘We’re back!’

By Claudia S. Alaniz The 133rd Rose Parade has been more than two years in the making. For Tournament of Roses President Dr. Robert Miller, it’s been five years in the making. Before the 2020 Rose Parade began, the Pasadenan was already planning — thinking up a theme, making a list of grand marshal hopefuls.…
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