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Water main break in Newport Coast leads to lane closures

A recycled water main burst Wednesday morning, May 29, along a major street in Newport Coast, and officials were urging motorists to avoid the area until repairs were made. The Irvine Ranch Water District sent out an email alert just after 6:45 a.m. about the water-main break near Newport Coast Drive and San Joaquin Hills…
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Summer songs: Going back 40 and 50 years to revisit top tracks of 1974 and 1984

Summertime, and the listening is easy, songs are rockin’ and the volume is high. Which is to say, it’s time to talk about songs of summers past. Songs of the summer anchor us in a time and place. You remember who your friends were, what you did, and where you went. There are absolutely people…
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Psychological torture by Fontana police shakes public confidence

As first reported by the Southern California News Group’s Tony Saavedra, the city of Fontana has settled a federal civil rights lawsuit over the degrading and unconscionable actions of their city’s police officers. In August 2018, Thomas Perez Jr. called police to report his father missing. Thomas Perez Sr. had gone on a walk with…
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Crean Lutheran hires Kyle Rouse as girls basketball coach after Ziemann sisters resign

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now Crean Lutheran has hired Westcliff University’s Kyle Rouse as its girls basketball coach, the school announced. Rouse led Westcliff’s women’s basketball team the past four seasons. Westcliff, an NAIA program, finished 13-13 this past season, falling to Embry-Riddle of Arizona in the first…
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Nissan warns owners of older vehicles not to drive them

By Tom Krisher | The Associated Press Nissan is urging the owners of about 84,000 older vehicles to stop driving them because their Takata airbag inflators have an increased risk of exploding in a crash and hurling dangerous metal fragments. Wednesday’s urgent request comes after one person in a Nissan was killed by an exploding…
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Last Remaining Seats series revives historic theaters with classic films this summer

The glory days are coming back for a trio of classic theaters in downtown Los Angeles thanks to a film series that will take people back in time to the golden age of cinema with the return of the Los Angeles Conservancy’s Last Remaining Seats series. “For people who may not know about L.A. history…
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Santiago Canyon College helps utilities technician map out a career

By Greg Hardesty, contributing writer Teresa Hodges recalls seeing surveying data on maps while working for the City of Carlsbad and wondering what the numbers meant. One day, she told herself, I’m going to learn about that. And so, at 62 years old, she is. Last year, Hodges took her first surveying course at Santiago…
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13 acts coming to Southern California casinos in June

June is packed with big names in entertainment heading to Southern California casinos, including several stand-up comedians, political commentators, rock stars, Latin acts and more. Be sure to check the official websites for the latest event information. Standup comedian and actress Heather McDonald (pictured at the 17th Annual Golden Trailer Awards on May 04, 2016…
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ConocoPhillips buying Marathon Oil for $17.1 billion

By Michelle Chapman | The Associated Press ConocoPhillips is buying Marathon Oil in an all-stock deal valued at approximately $17.1 billion as energy prices rise and big oil companies reap massive profits. The deal is valued at $22.5 billion when including $5.4 billion in debt. Crude prices have jumped more than 12% this year, and…
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Travel: There’s more to Nassau in the Bahamas than a nice beach

If you’re much of a traveler, by now you’ve seen ads or at least heard about the Atlantis Paradise Island mega-resort in the Bahamas with its tall pink towers, 14 pools, 141-acre water park, marine mammal habitat, 21 restaurants, casino, bars, golf course and miles of beaches. This signature resort in Nassau put the Bahamas…
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