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  • Koch's turkeys make the news

    Koch's turkeys make the news
    Duane Koch's turkeys aren't used to TV cameramen and celebrities mingling with them in the barn. But they barely ruffled their feathers when a CBS Evening News team, led by news anchor Katie Couric, stood among them to film a segment that's scheduled to...
  • Passengers Tweet, Facebook Nightmare 16-Hour Trip From LA To NYC

    Passengers Tweet, Facebook Nightmare 16-Hour Trip From LA To NYC
    What was supposed to be a direct flight from Los Angeles to New York's JFK airport over the weekend turned into a 16-hour nightmare for passengers aboard a Virgin America plane. Flight 404 departed California at 10:34 a.m. EST on Saturday and was due...
  • Passengers Tweet, Facebook Nightmare Flight From L.A. to NYC

    Passengers Tweet, Facebook Nightmare Flight From L.A. to NYC
    LOS ANGELES -- Virgin America is offering refunds to passengers who were stranded for hours on a grounded plane bound for New York from Los Angeles. It was supposed to be a direct flight from LAX to New York's JFK. Flight 404 departed California at 10:...
  • No Breakers comeback

    No Breakers comeback
    NEWPORT BEACH — It was just one of those nights Friday at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. As Samuel Groth of the Kansas City Explorers kept pounding huge first serves in the very opening set, Newport Beach Breakers Coach Trevor Kronemann could only...
  • Briefs

    Jock makes 800 final MIRAMAR, Fla. — UC Irvine All-American Charles Jock won his semifinal heat in the 800 meters Saturday morning to advance to today's final at the North American, Central American and Caribbean U-23 Track & Field Championships in...
  • Breakers show fight, but fall to Capitals

    NEWPORT BEACH — Lester Cook has been a rock at men's singles for the Newport Beach Breakers. Heading into the Breakers' match Monday night, he had won the event in the Breakers' last four World Team Tennis matches. And there was no shame in the...
  • Calling the Shots: Lindsay keeps it close to home

    Lindsay Davenport has played in some big-time tennis matches, but she has been experiencing some really challenging times as a mother of two. The balancing act is in full effect for the Laguna Beach resident this World Team Tennis season with the St....
  • Breakers dance party

    Breakers dance party
    NEWPORT BEACH — The first super tiebreaker of the year came suddenly for the Newport Beach Breakers Tuesday night at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. Eventually, it went to 6-6. The first team to seven wins the match. Lester Cook and David...
  • Rough night for Sharapova

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Newport Beach Breakers are in such a funk they desperately needed Maria Sharapova to help them get out of it on the court. The three-time Grand Slam singles champion arrived at The Tennis Club in Newport Beach dressed in...
  • Cook's error a theme

    NEWPORT BEACH — Lester Cook had the set on his racket, running full-speed toward the net Wednesday night at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. Cook's men's singles set against Springfield's Rik De Voest had gone to a tiebreaker and it was 4-4 there,...
  • Davenport still has it

    Davenport still has it
    Lindsay Davenport has played in some big-time tennis matches, but she has been experiencing some really challenging times as a mother of two. The balancing act was in full effect for the Laguna Beach resident during her World Team Tennis season with the...
  • Mac attacks Breakers

    Mac attacks Breakers
    NEWPORT BEACH — The first serve John McEnroe hit was an ace Thursday night. McEnroe, now 51, appeared humble in the World Team Tennis match at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. "It's the first [ace] I've got in 30 years," he said. It was early;...