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Three killed in crash at intersection of Bear Valley and Deep Creek roads in Apple Valley

APPLE VALLEY — Three people were killed in a crash at the intersection of Bear Valley and Deep Creek roads Sunday, authorities said.The crash occurred at approximately 12:40 p.m. and involved a beige 2002 Chevrolet Suburban and a silver 2013 Honda Civic.According to San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials, Carmine Combs, 57, of Apple Valley, was driving in the Suburban east on Bear Valley Road and a 63-year-old Apple Valley man and 77-year-old Apple Valley […]

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Date: 1501604811

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Southern California residents disclose HIV-positive status for online campaign to end stigma

With a smile and a handwritten message, Dustin Thompson told the world that he has HIV. Or at least the 1,850 Twitter followers of  AIDS Services Foundation Orange County.

In the photo tweeted two weeks ago, Thompson, 34, holds a whiteboard emblazoned with #ImPositive and his own words: “I am positive and I am not ashamed!”

This summer, the Irvine nonprofit launched a social media campaign designed to fight HIV stigma, which fuels spread of the disease, by sharing photos and personal statements from residents with HIV/AIDS.

U.S. Open of Surfing: Watch the world’s best women kick off action in Huntington Beach

The world’s best women hit the water at the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach Tuesday morning, as solid surf hits the south side of the pier, setting up for an exciting day of surfing.

Johanne Defay, of France, kicked the contest off with big scores, a 9 and 8 for a total 17, sending three-time world champion and Hawaii surfer Carissa Moore to round 2 later in the day. As the winner of the heat, Defay jumps to round 3.

Santa Ana’s Courtney Conlogue, who grew up surfing the pier, surfs this morning. Conlogue is coming off a

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Date: 1501604425

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Iggy Pop added to 2017 Desert Daze Music and Art Festival as headliner

The Desert Daze Music and Art Festival just added more punch to the line-up in the form of Iggy Pop.

Organizers announced the iconic performer will headline the festival, which takes place at the Institute of Mentalphysics in Joshua Tree on Oct. 13-15, an addition to the lineup that already included Spiritualized as well as Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile and the Sea Lice .

Iggy Pop performs on The Lawn stage at the FYF Festival in Los Angeles Sunday, July 23, 2017.(Photo by Thomas R. Cordova, Daily News/SCNG)
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Date: 1501604329

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The fear factor of being a dad

I love being a dad, but while parenthood is certainly the most rewarding job in the world, it comes with a measure of stress. Mostly it’s just an acceptable level of angst about every single decision one makes – every day, forever – and how each one might affect our kids for the rest of their lives.

Is “Guardians of the Galaxy” too violent a film to let them ride the corresponding tower attraction at Disney California Adventure? Will our two oldest kids enjoy first grade and kindergarten when school starts this month? Is that a tick? Does it carry

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Date: 1501604320

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Whicker: If the cars don’t matter anymore, does NASCAR?

Football: O.C. players nominated for inaugural Polynesian Player of the Year award

Five Orange County players are on the watch list for the inaugural Polynesian High School Football Player of the Year, the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced Tuesday morning.

The players are: Mater Dei defensive end Andrew Faoliu, Mater Dei center Kekaniokoa Gonzales, Santa Margarita running back/wide receiver Malone Mataele, Pacifica linebacker Issak Togia and Mater Dei linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu.

The award will be presented to the top player of Polynesian ancestry. Five finalists will be announced Dec,. 7 and the winner will presented Jan. 19 during the Polynesian Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week celebration dinner in Hawaii.

Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/01/football-o-c-players-nominated-for-inaugural-polynesian-player-of-the-year-award/
Date: 1501604300

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