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Fontana man sent to prison for pimping teen in Santa Ana

OC Register (City News Service) — SANTA ANA — A 21-year-old Fontana man was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for human trafficking and pimping a 17-year-old girl in Santa Ana. Armani Montrale Green was convicted Nov. 21. Green pimped the victim between May 3 and May 5 of this year on Harbor Boulevard in Santa Ana, Deputy District Attorney […]
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Winds ease, aiding fire crews, but more Red Flags expected Saturday

OC Register (Staff and news service reports) — Red Flag warnings for the critical combination of low humidity and strong winds expired for a swath of Southern California at mid-day Friday but a new warning was scheduled to go into effect Saturday in fire-prone areas due to the predicted return of winds.
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High winds, low humidity increase fire danger on Sunday in Inland, Orange County areas

OC Register (Brian Rokos) — The warning is in effect from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange counties.
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Late mistakes cost Kings in loss to Rangers

OC Register (Eric Stephens) — Rick Nash creates a turnover in the neutral zone and scores on a breakaway to snap a tie with 3:27 left in regulation to lift the Rangers to an eventual 4-2 victory over the Kings at Madison Square Garden.
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Todd Gurley has given the Rams plenty of reasons to keep giving him the ball

Los Angeles Times (Gary Klein) — Initially, Todd Gurley did not understand what all the fuss was about. The Rams running back was a rookie in 2015 when he scored a fourth-quarter touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks in a December game at CenturyLink Field. In celebration, Gurley spiked the ball. But a Rams player told him he...
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CIF State football championship games to be held at Cerritos College in 2018, 2019

OC Register (OCVarsity sports staff) — Cerritos College will serve as the main host site for five upper-division CIF State championship football games, including the Open Division game, in 2018 and 2019 and has an option for 2020, CIF State executive director Roger Blake announced Friday. The five games held at Cerritos will be Open Division, Division 1-AA and 1-A and Division […]
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Orange County high school schedule: Saturday, Dec. 16

OC Register (OCVarsity sports staff) — The Orange County high school sports schedule for Saturday, Dec. 16. FOOTBALL CIF STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Open Division Mater Dei vs. De La Salle at Sacramento St., 8 p.m. Division 5-A Katella vs. Fortuna at Glover Stadium, 6 p.m. Division 6-AA Orange vs. Strathmore at El Modena High, 6 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL SoCal Elite Gary Raya […]
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NFL Draft decisions await deep group of USC underclassmen

OC Register (Joey Kaufman) — Offensive lineman Toa Lobendahn and some of USC's draft-eligible juniors are beginning to contemplate their futures, but others are waiting until after the Cotton Bowl to give it more thought.
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Judges to investigate Alex Kozinski as more women allege sexual misconduct

Los Angeles Times (Maura Dolan) — Amid new reports that Pasadena-based Judge Alex Kozinski groped women, including a law student, an East coast federal appeals court was assigned Friday to conduct an investigation. The Washington Post reported Friday that nine more women have complained of improprieties by Kozinski , including four...
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Record-setting quarterback Nathan Arrington finds brotherhood at Katella

OC Register (Dan Albano) — ANAHEIM – Football is about relationships for Nathan Arrington. The record-setting senior quarterback and the Katella football team are in the midst of the greatest and most dramatic postseason in school history, but his focus remains on his teammates. “I love each and every one of these guys,” Arrington said on the practice field this […]
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Power pylon seen sparking at start of Creek fire is owned by L.A. Department of Water and Power

Los Angeles Times (Paige St. John, Brittny Mejia) — A power pylon that some residents said was sparking at the beginning of the Creek fire near Sylmar is owned by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, officials said Friday. The owner of a small ranch on Little Tujunga Canyon Road said she was awakened early Dec. 5 by a panicked call from...
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All-County girls tennis: First, second, third teams

OC Register (Dan Albano) — The Register’s All-County girls tennis teams. FIRST TEAM Singles Danielle Willson, Corona del Mar, Sr. The Register’s Orange County player of the year Cami Brown, University, So. The Pacific Coast League runner-up and CIF individual quarterfinalist highlighted a breakout season by sweeping her singles matches 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 against eventual champion Corona del Mar in […]
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Orange County scores and player stats for Friday (12-15-17)

OC Register (OCVarsity sports staff) — This is where you can find the scores and stats for the Orange County high school games on Friday, Dec. 15. BOYS BASKETBALL NORTH ORANGE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS Foothill 51, Servite 46 Foot: Helmers 13 pts, 9 rebs, Peper 10 pts, 7 rebs, Mallory 6 pts, 7 rebounds.    
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UCLA’s short-handed freshmen steadily gain experience

OC Register (Thuc Nhi Nguyen) — Kris Wilkes leads a UCLA freshman class that has been reduced to just four as the team waits for word about the indefinite suspensions of Cody Riley and Jalen Hill.
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LeBron James poised to reach new heights in 15th season

Los Angeles Times (Paul Coro) — Most of the NBA’s greatest players never even reached a 15th season, having gone to college in years that LeBron James spent scoring his first 8,000 points. Some of the greats who sustained excellence, like Tim Duncan and Charles Barkley, were no longer all-stars by their 15th seasons. James is...
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