With the weight of bankruptcy payments finally off its books, Orange County wants to build.
The county’s proposed $6.1 billion budget for next fiscal year, released Monday, increases funding for capital projects to four times what the county spent...
The first time Maneka Shewa married she married for love, but the love didn’t last and the marriage ended in divorce.
“And then I had gotten engaged again for love and that didn’t really work out, either,” says the 34-year-old real estate...
BAJA, MEXICO – A monster hill covered in green chaparral and nearly as tall as the highest skyscraper in California looms above Marti Rogna as she climbs off her bicycle to fuel up.
The Angels on Monday announced shortstop Andrelton Simmons has a full thickness tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb and will undergo surgery.
He is expected to be placed on the disabled list.
Kroger is recalling bags of frozen green beans, peas and mixed vegetables sold at Ralphs and Food 4 Less, part of a huge, ongoing nationwide recall of frozen produce over possible Listeria contamination.
Former NFL punter and Los Alamitos High School graduate Chris Kluwe has sold his four-bedroom Huntington Beach house for $1.84 million.
The home in The Peninsula, a guard-gated community, was listed at $1.995 million last year.
SANTA ANA – In early 2015, Mackenzie Webster and hundreds of her fellow classmates and staff at Calvary Christian School and Calvary Church followed a trail of shoes to a pile of them arranged in the shape of a cross.
Less than 18 months after squeaking into office by a 43-vote margin, Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do will be tested again beginning this week as mail-in ballots start arriving in voters’ mailboxes.
With Orange County’s economic expansion entering its seventh year, the inevitable questions about the longevity of the expansion do crop up.
It’s not emotional baggage from the Great Recession. It’s not economic policy.
A downtown Los Angeles park on Friday drew a jubilant crowd of purple-clad Prince fans, who traveled from across Southern California for a musical celebration of the late singer’s life.
Convicted double murderer Henry Rodriguez was released on bail Monday after 18 years in prison, another felony case upended because of questions related to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office’s use of jailhouse informants.
Sometimes, you’ve just got to get out of the house. But that can be a little more complicated when you use a wheelchair, or generally have trouble getting around.
We’d like to help with that.
Some of the temporary water-saving measures imposed on homeowners and water agencies -- including how you wash your car at home and how you water your lawn -- are now permanent under an executive order issued Monday by Gov.
What organizers dubbed as a once-in-a-lifetime concert is happening twice. Tickets are on sale now for both weekends of Desert Trip, which will run Oct. 7-9 and Oct. 14-16 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, with The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul...
Southern California is the nation’s hot spot for pay raises, according to one salary benchmark. The federal government’s Employment Cost Index shows private employers in the five-county Los Angeles region upping wages and salaries at a 3.7...
They’re calling it the concert of a lifetime and if you weren’t alive for Woodstock, well, they just may be right.Desert Trip will happen Oct. 7-9 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio with The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, The Who, Roger Waters,...
Steve Jobs smiled.
Bill Murray smiled.
David Robinson, “The Admiral” of NBA fame, smiled, too. And last week, a homeless guy stood on a board and rode a wave and grinned from ear to ear.
I sit in a coffee shop and ask my 89-year-old mother if it’s okay to write a column about her struggles of the past five months. Some would consider them embarrassing.
“There are those who build walls/ And those who open doors.” Those lyrics, from Jackson Browne’s translation of a song by Cuban protest singer Carlos Varela, are “especially appropriate today,” Browne said before playing the number to a...
A decision on the proposed 401-acre Newport Banning Ranch development has been postponed at the request of the developer. The project was scheduled to go before California Coastal Commission on Thursday in Newport Beach, and was expected to draw a...
Costa Mesa Mayor Stephen Mensinger can continue with his lawsuit accusing the police union and its contractors of illegally planting a tracking device on his vehicle, an appellate court ruled Monday.
The Muslim Los Osos High School student who was misidentified as “Isis” in the yearbook said on Monday that her safe space had been violated and her senior year tarnished by the response to the incident.
Student entrepreneurs pitching an array of products and services – from embryo screening to a robot that supplements home therapies and a diagnostic tool – jockeyed for top prizes at a UC Irvine business competition.
The swimmers huddled around the pool begin to chant:
WE BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL WIN!
WE BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL WIN!
WE BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL WIN!
Filmed two years ago at a 2016 Paralympic Games qualifying event, a video uploaded to YouTube shows...
Breweries from Orange County and Long Beach took home a handful of top awards at the prestigious World Beer Cup in Philadelphia.
The Friday ceremony, held every two years to celebrate the art and science of brewing, had a record-setting 63 countries...
ALISO VIEJO – Kalen Patel recalls how he felt when, at age 5, he first saw someone who was homeless – a man near a Vons grocery store, holding a sign and asking for money for food.
Some mothers lead by example.
Others ... because they say so.
But however they do it, mothers often tap into an energy that’s unique between parent and child. Sometimes, that energy can lead to big changes.
Scanning a six-photo lineup, the Fullerton bank clerk took only seconds to identify the man she believed pointed a gun at her.
But the woman was less certain a year later as she stood in a Santa Ana courtroom inches from the man she identified.
DANA POINT Plans to transform this sleepy seaside village into a bustling destination that welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors are rapidly moving forward.
“Development is widespread across the city,” Mayor John Tomlinson said Friday during...
SANTA ANA – Inside a large white tent and surrounded by other high school seniors at Santa Ana College, Leode Vazquez sifted through paperwork and then clicked away on a tablet, registering for his first semester.