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NAR settlement creates daunting challenges for homebuyers, agents

The National Association of Realtors’ $418 million antitrust settlement agreement includes a component to end the practice of listing brokers setting and posting the buyers’ broker commission on the local Multiple Listing Service. The goal is to reduce the cost of real estate sales transactions, as the U.S. has the highest transaction cost in the…
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NCAA Tournament: Women’s basketball scores and updates Friday, March 22

The NCAA Tournament’s first round begins Friday morning for women’s basketball teams. Several schools will represent the local area on the bracket but do not play until Saturday. Here’s the schedule (with TV channels) and we’ll update with final scores throughout the day: (8) North Carolina vs. (9) Michigan State, 8:30 a.m. (ESPN2) (2) Ohio…
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How an ex-Temecula mayor’s barber helped him overcome bigotry against the LGBTQ community

What do a 77-year-old staunch Republican and self-proclaimed “bigot” and a 25-year-old queer nonbinary barber covered in tattoos have in common? Nothing. But the two formed an unlikely friendship anyway. What started as a chance encounter between Eli James “E.J.” Radford, who uses they and he pronouns, and Jeff Comerchero blossomed into a bond that…
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Pedestrians on a green ball? A traffic sign confuses a reader

Q. Hi Honk! For several weeks an electronic message board, at Serrano Road and Toledo Way in Lake Forest, has flashed, “YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS ON GREEN BALL.” Have many areas been having trouble with such a thing? That message seems humorous. I honestly have no idea what it means! – Roger Gregston, Lake Forest A. What,…
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Ducks blank Blackhawks to end 7-game losing streak

ANAHEIM — The Ducks snapped their seven-game losing streak and avoided a season-series sweep at the hands of the Central Division’s worst team, dominating the Chicago Blackhawks for a 4-0 victory on Thursday night at Honda Center. The battle near the bottom of the Western Conference featured the first and second selections in last June’s…
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Ventura County FC kicks off U.S. Open Cup with victory over Irvine Zeta II

CARSON — There were several teenagers on the field for Ventura County FC in Thursday’s opening round of the U.S. Open Cup. The first question was how would the predominantly young group handle the opening round of a tournament. The end result should have been more comfortable, but Coach Matt Taylor and the team, formerly…
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NCAA Tournament: Oakland shocks Kentucky behind Jack Gohlke’s 10 3-pointers

By WILL GRAVES AP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH — Jack Gohlke made 10 3-pointers and 14th-seeded Oakland delivered the first true shock of this year’s March Madness, beating third-seeded Kentucky, 80-76, in a first-round game of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night. The Grizzlies (24-11) sent the Wildcats (23-10) to another early March exit behind Gohlke,…
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USC football mandates meals and missed-weight punishments in massive push for strength

LOS ANGELES — Gotta have carbs in the morning, USC sophomore defensive lineman Braylan Shelby says. His definition of carbs is different than most. For months, his breakfast has been the same. Egg scramble – not three, not four, but five eggs. Waffles. Yogurt parfait. Banana. He is listed at 250 pounds on USC’s spring roster, up…
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Hummingbirds: The tiny, mighty and amazing things they do

A look at the tiny and mighty migrators buzzing around our flowers. There are more than 350 different species of hummingbirds across the Americas. Their little bodies have big appetites and they eat about half their body weight a day. They drink nectar from flowers and sugar water from feeders. They also sip tree sap…
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Los Alamitos softball executes ‘small details’ for big victory against Huntington Beach

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now No detail ever seems too insignificant for Los Alamitos’ softball team under coach Rob Weil, especially with in-game situations. One of the finer points for the Griffins on Thursday was the position of Zoe Prystajko’s glove after the Huntington Beach ace walked back…
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