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White House: Russia prepping pretext for Ukraine invasion

By AAMER MADHANI, NOMAAN MERCHANT and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. intelligence officials have determined a Russian effort is underway to create a pretext for its troops to further invade Ukraine, and Moscow has already prepositioned operatives to conduct “a false-flag operation” in eastern Ukraine, according to the White House. White House press secretary…
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Santa Margarita basketball knocks off St. John Bosco in OT with amazing finish

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA >> The Santa Margarita boys basketball team needed some late heroics to beat St. John Bosco 48-46 in overtime in a Trinity League game Friday at Santa Margarita High. The Eagles trailed 44-41 with under 10 seconds remaining in regulation. Jake Heberle drew a double-team and he passed to Rockwell Reynolds, who…
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Foothill defense holds down Canyon in Crestview League basketball showdown

ANAHEIM >> Foothill boys basketball coach Yousof Etemadi said holding Canyon – usually a high-scoring team – to below 50 points would be key for his Knights in Friday’s Crestview League game at Canyon High School. The game plan worked. The Knights, who led by the slimmest of margins for most of the game, held…
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Nadal, others ‘a bit tired of’ Djokovic controversy

By JOHN PYE and HOWARD FENDRICH AP Sports Writers MELBOURNE, Australia — Rafael Nadal’s first Grand Slam match in more than seven months is on the horizon, he is coming back from a painful left foot problem that limited him to one tournament over the last half of last season and he got COVID-19 in…
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Piper Preschool Coming To Irvine

Piper Preschool, Southern California’s premiere preschool, is opening a campus in Irvine for Fall 2022 admission. The new campus is located at Woodbridge Village Center in the heart of Irvine. This will be Piper’s third preschool. The flagship location opened in 2014 in Santa Monica and is widely respected for their innovation in early childhood…
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Staff picks for NFL wild-card round: Raiders vs. Bengals, Patriots vs. Bills, Steelers vs. Chiefs and more

Baltimore Sun staff writers pick every game of the NFL season. Here’s who they have winning in the wild-card round: Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals (Saturday, 4:30 p.m.) Ryan McFadden (172-100 overall, 9-7 last week): Bengals Mike Preston (172-100 overall, 9-7 last week): Bengals Jonas Shaffer (173-99 overall, 10-6 last week): Bengals Childs Walker…
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Bipartisan bill throws money at fire problem

Forthcoming legislation from a bipartisan group of California state legislators tackles an important problem – the state’s ongoing battles with wildfires – in the same old way. It spends more money hiring more government employees, but fails to address why the current budget isn’t doing the job. The bill has yet to be introduced so…
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State Assembly bills seek to preserve, boost school funding amid pandemic

A package of proposed legislation has been introduced by a South Bay assemblyman to help state school districts deal with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Assembly Bills 1607, 1609 and 1614 would give districts the financial stability they need to keep operating schools through the public health crisis. “We need to do everything we can to…
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Santa Monica firm to pay $1.5 million for illegally obtaining financial data from millions of consumers

A Santa Monica company that allegedly enticed millions of consumers to provide sensitive information under the pretense of connecting them with lenders will pay $1.5 million in civil fines imposed by the Federal Trade Commission. ITMedia Solutions LLC, which specializes in generating leads, also will face restrictions on its sale and use of consumer data…
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Ballot proposal would raise billions for electric cars, charging stations

Several billion dollars annually for new electric-vehicle incentives and new charging stations could be coming down the pike if a proposed “Clean Cars and Clean Air Act” qualifies for the ballot and gets the thumbs up from voters. The proposal, which would also raise hundreds of millions for wildfire prevention measures, would generate the money…
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