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  • 15 injured in crash that killed 3, including Cal Baptist cheerleading coach [Updated]

     
    Police on Tuesday identified 15 young people injured in a fiery collision outside Bishop that left three dead, including the cheerleading coach from California Baptist University in Riverside. Monday evening's accident appears to have involved two cross-...
  • Ruben Salazar remembered

    Today the United States Postal Service adds Ruben Salazar to its honor role of American journalists by issuing a first-class Salazar postage stamp. But the former Times columnist had left his mark long before his death during the 1970 Chicano Moratorium...
  • The Times basks in the light

    The L.A. Times editorial board has always had a response to the season-snobbery of those West Coast transplants who, around this time of year, yammer on about going home for a glorious autumn: Our weather's better than yours. Who wants falling leaves...
  • Official: Tractor Pulling Weeds Sparked Corona Wildfire

    Official: Tractor Pulling Weeds Sparked Corona Wildfire
    CORONA, Calif. -- Authorities say a weed-pulling tractor ignited a 900-acre wildfire that moved through dry, brown hills in western Riverside County. The so-called "McKinley Fire" erupted at 12:48 p.m. Thursday along a dry creek bed south of McKinley...
  • Firefighters gain on wildfire near Corona

    Firefighters gain on wildfire near Corona
    A 900-acre wildfire is in the smoldering stage in western Riverside County. No homes are threatened. State and Riverside County fire Capt. Scott Lane said the blaze that began Thursday in the dry hills east of Corona was 70 percent contained Friday...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Renowned plant man to speak in Newport

    Meriwether Lewis and William Clark embarked on their storied exploration of the uncharted western United States in May 1804. Although they didn't really know what they were looking for or what they might find, they set out on their ambitious pursuit...
  • Couple loses beach battle

    For nearly 10 years, George and Sharlee McNamee have waged a legal battle against the state on their very own turf. Now, it appears that the Corona del Mar couple has finally lost the case against the California Coastal Commission, which pitted questions...
  • 91 Fwy Reopened After Fiery Tanker Crash

    91 Fwy Reopened After Fiery Tanker Crash
    CORONA -- Three eastbound lanes of Highway 91 in Corona have reopened after a tanker truck hauling a fuel trailer overturned and burst into flames. The crash occurred around 10:30 a.m. Friday near the Corona Expressway. Highway Patrol officers say the...
  • Burning tanker truck shuts down 91 freeway in Corona

    Burning tanker truck shuts down 91 freeway in Corona
    A tanker truck crossed the center divider on eastbound state Route 91 , overturned and exploded Friday. The crash occurred around 10:30 near the Corona Expressway. The tanker, which was hauling a fuel trailer, collided with a car and crashed on the...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Life-and-death struggles in your garden

    Not long ago, gardeners seemed to spend as much time controlling pests as they did any other garden activity. Malathion, diazinon, Dursban and chlordane were about as popular as marigolds, dianthus, dahlias and chrysanthemum. It's nice to see that...
  • Daily Pilot Cup: Beware of Rea Sharks

    Daily Pilot Cup: Beware of Rea Sharks
    COSTA MESA — As the first half wound down, players on the Rea Elementary School fifth- and sixth-grade boys' soccer team began chewing on candy bars. Coach Ryan Baker didn't like their choice to refuel. There was still another 25 minutes to play in...
  • Subtle lessons await all children outside

    When I was a small boy, I usually spent any idle time outdoors. When school was out for the summer, the outdoor time doubled or even tripled. Once out the back door, I had to entertain myself, often for hours at a time. Sometimes that included kicking...