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  • Orloff joining 'Eaters coaching staff

    Orloff joining 'Eaters coaching staff
    A spokesman for UC Irvine athletics confirmed Tuesday that the school was making changes to its baseball program, adding validity to a published report on Monday that former UCI All-American Ben Orloff had joined the program as an assistant coach and that...
  • SOY tours inspire next generation

    On a Monday in mid-April, a handful of students piled into a couple of cars in Costa Mesa and headed north. For some of the high schoolers it was their first time outside Orange County. They were on a trip with Save Our Youth, or SOY, the nonprofit...
  • Part-timers to lose pay amid health act's new math

     Part-timers to lose pay amid health act's new math
    Many part-timers are facing a double whammy from President Obama's Affordable Care Act. The law requires large employers offering health insurance to include part-time employees working 30 hours a week or more. But rather than provide healthcare to more...
  • College Roundup: OCC baseball falls to Palomar

    BASEBALL Palomar 3, Orange Coast 2 SAN MARCOS — The Pirates fell in the opener of a best-of-three regional in the California Community College Athletic Assn. Southern California playoffs Friday. Greg Espinosa went two for three for OCC (22-15)...
  • L.A. Now Live: More Americans consider themselves multiracial

    L.A. Now Live: More Americans consider themselves multiracial
    The number of Americans who consider themselves multiracial has grown faster than any other racial group nationwide, new Census Bureau data reveal. The change is a sign of slow but momentous shifts in the way Americans think about race. Mixed-race...
  • Jesse Meaux's dominant season with Asheville Tourists put on hold

    Jesse Meaux's dominant season with Asheville Tourists put on hold
    The following are updates on local baseball players at the minor league level. Jesse Meaux (Glendale High, 2007) relief pitcher, Asheville Tourists: A season almost too good to be true hit a speed bump when Meaux was placed on the seven-day disabled list...
  • College Tennis: 'Eaters display unity

    In a sport laced with head cases, narcissists and finger-pointers, a little altruism can be more difficult to find than a scholarship. So the stories behind regular-season Big West Conference titles for the UC Irvine women's and men's teams this...
  • Athletic Awards Breakfast honors 33 athletes

    Alec Adamson Corona del Mar Sport: Tennis Honors: Three-year varsity starter. High school All-American. CIF Southern Section Division 1 team finalist 2012, 2013. College: UC Davis. * Annie Alvarado Corona del Mar Sport: Soccer. Honors:...
  • 4.6 Santa Barbara earthquake woke people, but no damage reported

    4.6 Santa Barbara earthquake woke people, but no damage reported
    There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries after a magnitude-4.6 earthquake shook the Santa Barbara coast Wednesday morning, officials said. The temblor struck at 7:38 a.m. about three miles west of Isla Vista, the U.S. Geological Survey...
  • Santa Barbara earthquake upgraded to magnitude 4.8

    Santa Barbara earthquake upgraded to magnitude 4.8
    The magnitude of Wednesday's earthquake off the Santa Barbara coast has been upgraded to 4.8, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake -- which struck at 7:38 a.m. about five miles west of UC Santa Barbara -- was initially reported at...
  • For notorious L.A. scam artist, the thoughts counted

    For notorious L.A. scam artist, the thoughts counted
    Of all the scam artists to set foot in Los Angeles, one of the most notorious was A. Victor Segno, who duped thousands of people around the world into sending him $1 a month to belong to his Segno Success Club. In return, he promised to send out brain...
  • No shadows on Jenna Lee's fitness spotlight

    No shadows on Jenna Lee's fitness spotlight
    When your dad, Bob Lee, has played in the Super Bowl — twice — there is a familial expectation that you'll be athletic. Jenna Lee is the youngest anchor in cable news networks, and her show "Happening Now" for Fox News often runs her ragged...