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  • Firefighters lose ground on Santiago fire

    Firefighters lose ground on Santiago fire
    The Santiago fire in Orange County expanded overnight, with firefighters reporting this morning that they had lost ground and that containment of the blaze had fallen to 30% from 50%. Firefighters are now above Silverado and Trabuco Oaks canyons,...
  • Woman sobs out apology in child molestation case

    Woman sobs out apology in child molestation case
    With tears streaming down her cheeks, Sheila Marie Sikat turned to search the sea of faces in a crowded Santa Ana courtroom Friday. "I'm sorry," she whispered to a sister, locking eyes as they both wept. Sikat's soft-spoken apology set the tone for a...
  • How fire victims can pick up their mail

    Wildfire evacuations and road closures have disrupted mail delivery and shut down post offices throughout Southern California. The U.S. Postal Service is providing masks for carriers, but in areas where air quality is deemed a health threat, mail...
  • Readers weigh in on essential kitchen equipment

    Readers weigh in on essential kitchen equipment
    THE "Worth It? Not Worth It?"(Oct. 8) article by Russ Parsons and Amy Scattergood about the kitchen equipment they consider a good value prompted more than 100 responses at latimes.com/food and in e-mail. Many readers took issue about whether toasters and...
  • 2006 Ataraxia Sauvignon Blanc

    Before you get into exotics such as Grner Veltliner or Vinho Verde, your wine cellar (or closet or shelf) needs some basics. In terms of whites, you can't go wrong with this South African Sauvignon Blanc, especially since it's less than $20. With the...
  • O.C. Men Arrested In Child Sex Crimes Cases

    O.C. Men Arrested In Child Sex Crimes Cases
    SANTA ANA - Two Orange County men are accused of using the Internet to find teenage girls to have sex with. Federal agents say 34-year old David Brown of Lake Forest, allegedly had a four-month sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl, while Richard...
  • He had faith in his job

    WHEN Times editors assigned me to the religion beat, I believed God had answered my prayers. As a serious Christian, I had cringed at some of the coverage in the mainstream media. Faith frequently was treated like a circus, even a freak show. I wanted...
  • Authorities planning search for missing Orange County woman

     
    Authorities in Orange County were planning to launch a search Thursday morning for a missing 40-year-old Lake Forest woman. Salma Husna Banu, known as "Polly," was last seen dropping her children off at home between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.......
  • Search underway for missing Lake Forest mother

     
    Authorities in Orange County launched a search Thursday for a Lake Forest woman who went missing after she said she was going to the store. The hunt for Salma Husna Banu started at 6 a.m. Thursday at Melinda Road and......
  • Missing Lake Forest woman found by rescue team

     
    A missing Lake Forest mother was found Thursday afternoon, authorities said. Salma Husna Banu, who was reported missing Wednesday, was found alive in a canyon area and was being taken to a hospital, the Orange County Sheriff's Department said. The......
  • 'I want my sister back,' says brother of missing Lake Forest woman

     
    The brother of a Lake Forest woman who went missing this week pleaded Thursday for anyone with information about the whereabouts of his sister to come forward. “I just want my sister back,” said Mahmood Hossain, 49, brother of Salma......
  • Debate Over San Onofre Toll Road Resumes

    DEL MAR -- Seven months after thousands poured into the Del Mar Fairgrounds for a raucous state Coastal Commission hearing on whether to build a 16-mile toll road through a state park in north San Diego County, both sides are set to be back at it today....