11:32 PM EDT, Thu May 25, 2017
13 mins ago
Denhart, Sellers push Los Alamitos past Santiago, into Division 1 semifinals

Denhart, Sellers push Los Alamitos past Santiago, into Division 1 semifinals

LOS ALAMITOS – Ryan Denhart pitched a five-hitter, and Cami Sellers slugged a home run to lead Los Alamitos to a 4-1 victory over Santiago of Corona in a CIF-SS Division 1 quarterfinal playoff game Thursday at Los Alamitos High. The Griffins (27-3) are scheduled to host Orange Lutheran in a Division 1 semifinal on […]
5 hours ago

Corky Carroll: Think sharks are scary? You don’t wanna see a mega-octopus

I have been getting bombarded by people asking me what the deal is with the huge increase in local shark sightings and bitings recently. It is really hard to ignore the fact that they are here and have invited their friends and families to come hang out and check out the beautiful Southern California coastline […]
5 hours ago
O.C. offers top-quality dance and theater training for kids this summer

O.C. offers top-quality dance and theater training for kids this summer

Parents no longer have to trek to L.A. to enable young performers to work with seasoned pros.
6 hours ago
Robin of TV’s “Batman” will lead the Strawberry Festival, which starts Friday

Robin of TV’s “Batman” will lead the Strawberry Festival, which starts Friday

GARDEN GROVE – Holy strawberries, Batman! The 59th Annual Strawberry Festival kicks off Friday, May 26, in downtown Garden Grove, a four-day fair that honors central Orange County’s farming history, highlights local and national celebrities, raises money for nonprofits, and typically attracts 300,000 people over the Memorial Day weekend. This year, the festival’s grand marshal […]
9 hours ago
Federal appeals court largely maintains freeze of Trump’s travel ban

Federal appeals court largely maintains freeze of Trump’s travel ban

A federal appeals court on Thursday largely left in place the freeze on President Donald Trump's revised entry ban, handing the administration another legal blow in its efforts to block the issuance of new visas to citizens of six Muslim majority countries.
15 hours ago
Police chief: Manchester searches turn up valuable info; U.S. out of loop over leaks

Police chief: Manchester searches turn up valuable info; U.S. out of loop over leaks

MANCHESTER, England -- Home searches across Manchester have uncovered important items for the investigation into the concert bombing that left 22 people dead, Manchester's police chief announced Thursday. A British official said Manchester police have decided not to share further information on the probe with the United States due to leaks blamed on U.S. officials.
20 hours ago
Trump the president needs help from Trump the candidate

Trump the president needs help from Trump the candidate

On Sunday, Sen. Marco Rubio told CBS News’ Face the Nation that President Donald Trump’s White House is “unconventional,” but insisted this revelation shouldn’t surprise anyone, particularly not Trump voters. “I don’t understand why people are that shocked. This president ran a very unconventional campaign … This White House is not much different from the […]
22 hours ago
Rich Hill digs hole Dodgers can’t escape in 6-1 loss to Cardinals

Rich Hill digs hole Dodgers can’t escape in 6-1 loss to Cardinals

LOS ANGELES  – Like Bigfoot, Rich Hill’s potential to be a dominant starter for the Dodgers has been occasionally glimpsed. But it has yet to be captured. The recurring blisters on the middle finger of his pitching hand are largely to blame for that elusiveness. But that much-publicized digit did not appear any more culpable […]
May 24, 2017
Sparks blow double-digit lead in loss to Fever

Sparks blow double-digit lead in loss to Fever

INDIANAPOLIS — Marissa Coleman made five 3-pointers and scored 19 points, Candice Dupree added 18 points and the Indiana Fever overcame a 14-point halftime deficit to beat the Sparks, 93-90, in a WNBA game on Wednesday night. Coleman hit an open 3-pointer from the wing to extend Indiana’s lead to 89-85, but Candace Parker answered […]
May 24, 2017

Upcoming events at Cal State Fullerton

Through July 7 Summer Camp Register Now for Kids’ Summer Art Camp: Spark your children’s creativity this summer! There’s still time to enroll your children 7-14 in Summer Art Camp where they can immerse themselves in the world of art and drama. Two sessions are available: July 10-21 and July 24-Aug. 4. Art camp meets in […]
May 24, 2017
Miller: Warriors too good even for LeBron?

Miller: Warriors too good even for LeBron?

They’re 12-0, have won by an average margin of 16 points and have faced accusations of being so good that, as it relates to the health of their sport, they’re actually bad. During the past six weeks, while matched only against opponents good enough to qualify for the playoffs, the Golden State Warriors have had […]
May 24, 2017
OVATIONS: PSYE scholarships awarded

OVATIONS: PSYE scholarships awarded

The Pacific Symphony and the Rondell B. and Joyce P. Hanson Family Foundation awarded six scholarships to graduating seniors who play with the Pacific Symphony Youth Ensembles, which include the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Pacific Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble. The scholarships were given out at the season-end performances May 21. Scholarships recipients are chosen based […]
May 24, 2017
Spotlight winners take stage at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Spotlight winners take stage at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Fourteen dancers, musicians and actors ages 14-18 took the Walt Disney Concert Hall stage one by one May 23 to perform before a crowd of thousands. They had recently been named grand finalists as part of The Music Center’s 29th annual Spotlight Awards and this was their chance to show why they deserved to be there. […]
May 24, 2017

Cal State Fullerton softball shut out in NCAA first round

LOS ANGELES — Kelly Ford slammed her palm to the plastic table and promised a big adjustment after Cal State Fullerton was shut out 3-0 in Friday’s NCAA regional first-round game against San Jose State. “Score,” the fifth-year head coach said of the critical change the Titans need to make to survive in the Los […]
May 24, 2017
Fountain Valley homebuying: 8 things to know

Fountain Valley homebuying: 8 things to know

How did the buying and selling of Fountain Valley housing fare in the year’s first months? Looking at local residential real estate in the first quarter 2017, compared with the same period a year earlier, CoreLogic data show four trends for Fountain Valley … 1. 100 homes sold this year vs. 94 a year ago. […]