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  • Basketball Roundup: Laguna too much for Saddleback

    Basketball Roundup: Laguna too much for Saddleback
    Thirteen turned out to be a lucky number for the Laguna Beach High girls' basketball team. The Breakers played their first game of the New Year on Tuesday and earned their 13th victory by handling visiting Saddleback, 61-12, in an Orange Coast League...
  • Police receive grant to combat DUIs

    Laguna Beach police will increase checkpoints and DUI enforcement thanks to a new $32,000 grant. The Laguna Beach Police Department was awarded a traffic safety grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to be used toward an anti-DUI program to...
  • High School Football: Unbeaten Breakers ready for CIF

    High School Football: Unbeaten Breakers ready for CIF
    After having turned in one of the most successful regular seasons in program history, the 2012 season now becomes a one-game season for the Laguna Beach High football team. The Breakers completed an unbeaten regular season on Nov. 1 when they defeated...
  • Laguna's aerial attack hits the mark

    The first victory in the 2010 prep football season for the Laguna Beach Breakers was also one for the record books. At Guyer Field last Friday, Laguna defeated visiting Mary Star of the Sea, 26-21. It was the first home game in three weeks for the...
  • Briefly In Public Safety

    Four injured in head-on collision Four people, including a 6-month-old infant, were taken to area hospitals after two SUVs collided head-on on North Coast Highway at Myrtle Street at 5:33 p.m. Oct. 1, Sgt. Bob Rahaeuser said. A vehicle traveling...
  • Bank robber gets 54 years to life

    An armed man who robbed a Laguna Beach bank in 2007 has pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 54 years to life in prison, according to authorities. Michael Edward Sousa, who was on federal probation for a previous bank robbery at the time of his arrest,...
  • A surfer, interrupted

    A surfer, interrupted
    A little more than two years ago, surfer Nathan Gocke paddled out at his usual surf break, stoked to ride the four-foot swell that was rolling in on that foggy winter morning in the South Bay – the same way he did most Saturday mornings. The 32-...
  • Sounding Off: Her story will inspire youth

    Never again will I accept the argument that the youth in our country, or the world for that matter, no longer have positive role models to look up to and admire. Time and time again we have seen individuals, especially professional athletes, exhibit...
  • Disaster survivors share experiences, advice

    City officials and staff listened to recommendations from survivors of fires, floods and landslides at a workshop Saturday. "We wanted to hear how people survived and what they learned from the experience," said Councilwoman Elizabeth Pearson, who led...
  • Briefly in Education

    Hopping seeks district apology Bruce Hopping, a local activist and founder of the Kalos Kagathos Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to educate youth to respect and preserve the body, mind and environment, solicited an apology from the Laguna Beach Unified...
  • Varsity football injuries raise concerns

    Ricki De La Torre, a junior at Laguna Beach High School and lineman on the varsity football team, was recently put back into play after sustaining a serious injury on the field, a decision that resulted in a staph infection in his muscle and possible bone...
  • Mailbag: Grateful for help after fire

    Two and a half months ago our home caught on fire and burned with our beloved pets and treasures inside. Luckily our lives and those of our pets were spared, but two-thirds of our home was lost. During the night of the fire and in the weeks that...