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Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come...Mission Basillica in San Juan Capistrano, marking the first Sunday in Advent, hope is expressed in light. This year in the
Dustin Penner has a unique perspective on the Ducks-Kings rivalry, and no one will be more motivated for the latest installment at Honda Center on Tuesday night. The only player to have won Stanley Cups with both franchises, Penner is a rejuvenated
If you're like me, every morning you read the newspaper sipping coffee while unknowingly pouring poison into your body poison the Food and Drug Administration pretends doesn't exist. Sure, we knew that regular non-dairy creamer contains trans fat.
A west-northwest swell brought waves in the 5-feet-to-8-feet range at various spots along the coast Friday, sending surfers flocking. The waves were expected to drop to 3 feet to 4 feet on Saturday and continue at that size through Monday, according
A big-rig truck crashed through the center divider of the eastbound 91 after the driver lost control of the truck Friday morning, temporarily shutting down the FasTrak lanes. California Highway Patrol officials first reported the accident at 10:39 a.
In exchange for its $35 million-a-year exclusive trash-collection contract (which automatically renews), Anaheim's hauler pays the city at least $1.25 million a year in host fees. Plus a one-time payment of $2.5 million for infrastructure
Christ Cathedral will close Saturday afternoon signaling the start of a dramatic $29 million renovation project that is expected to stretch over two years at least. The famed cathedral, with its 10,000 panes of mirrored glass, will be transformed
Shards of ice threaten to rain down on a table of four ladies lunching at Arc in Costa Mesa as executive chef Noah Blom whacks away at a large block from behind the bar. Noah Cowan, 21, of Long Beach, is a chef and artisan who makes handcrafted chef
The day after Thanksgiving, a handful of former San Clemente police officers figure to forgo the mall as they gather at a Lake Forest cemetery to lay flowers at the grave of Rick Steed. Steed was the only officer killed in the line of duty in the
Twelve years ago, survivors rushed down the stairs of Tower One of the World Trade Center on 9/11, attempting to get to safety as fire raged above them. Among them was Michael Hingson, a UC Irvine graduate who made his way down 77 flights of stairs