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Residents, activists divided over bringing 2028 Summer Olympics to San Fernando Valley

When in 1984 Los Angeles hosted the Olympic Summer Games, Sue Steinberg lived in Van Nuys and remembered her neighbors renting out their homes to visitors from around the world. Tourists and sports teams flocked to the Rose Bowl and Memorial Coliseum for opening and closing ceremonies. Packed buses whisked passengers to stadiums, pools and…
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Huntington Beach could soon start impounding e-bikes for misuse

Huntington Beach will likely soon allow police officers to issue various citations for misusing e-bikes, or even impound them, in an effort to curb unsafe riding throughout the city. The City Council, this week, supported making updates to the city’s bicycle regulations to include expanded definitions and give police officers the ability to issue criminal…
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Legal fights over California’s homeless camps expand to Supreme Court

By Jeanne Kuang, CalMatters Fed up with homeless encampments, California local officials are seeking guidance from the nation’s most powerful judges. In a legal brief filed Tuesday with the U.S. Supreme Court, the California State Association of Counties and League of California Cities told the justices that a string of federal court rulings over the…
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Orange Lutheran softball player Kai Minor commits to Oklahoma to ‘compete with the best’

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now Orange Lutheran All-County softball player Kai Minor said she recently committed to reigning NCAA champion Oklahoma for several reasons, including a desire to “compete with the best.” “I want to play and compete with the best,” the junior center fielder said of her…
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Review: ‘Les Misérables’ storms the barricades in Costa Mesa

Thirty-seven years on and umpteen tour stops later, the current “Les Misérables” at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa is flat-out terrific. If casting is key to a production’s success, the work done in assembling the 40-plus ensemble is exemplary. While you may not find a recognizable name in the program, you’ll depart…
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Dana Point Surf Club shares the stoke of riding waves

The stoked new surfer came out of the water, a massive smile framing his chattering teeth. “It was awesome, it felt amazing,” said 9-year-old Ezekiel, his small body shivering from the chilly ocean. “I’m very hooked.” About two dozen youngsters from the Boys & Girls Club of Capistrano Valley got to experience the thrill of…
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The Audible: On USC’s media policies, the Chargers, and ‘Winning Time’

Mirjam Swanson: Hey Jim! You wrote a great column Tuesday about USC’s decision to “suspend” (*eye roll*) our USC writer Luca Evans for the crime of being observant at practice and doing journalism – and you weren’t alone. A whole lot of people had criticism about the decision. Now USC has reconsidered and lifted the…
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Chargers’ next challenge? Vikings star Justin Jefferson

COSTA MESA — Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson is averaging 10 catches per game through the season’s first two weeks. He has 20 receptions, second in the NFL behind Rams phenom Puka Nacua, for a league-leading 309 yards, including eight catches of 20 yards or more. That sounds like another challenge for the Chargers’…
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Trump’s GOP rivals jump on his comments about abortion

By Veronica Straqualursi, Kristen Holmes and Kit Maher Former President Donald Trump faced blowback this week from his Republican presidential rivals over his recent comments to NBC News on abortion, in which he called Florida’s six-week abortion ban a “terrible mistake” and said that he’d be willing to work with both parties on the issue.…
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Chino Valley Unified hires Liberty Justice Center to defend transgender notification policy

The Liberty Justice Center, a nonprofit firm focused on constitutional law, has announced it will represent the Chino Valley Unified School District in a legal battle brewing with the state over its adoption of a policy that requires schools to out transgender students to their parents. California Attorney General Robert Bonta has filed suit against…
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