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‘Christmas Hero’ project to honor local man who sacrificed his life to save children

VICTORVILLE — Judith Claridad said she and her family will mark the 10th anniversary of her husband’s death by helping the homeless of the Victor Valley.Claridad’s “Christmas Hero: Warmth & Love” project, which includes collecting and handing out jackets, mittens and hats for the homeless, will be done to honor the legacy of Claro Claridad, Judith’s husband, who sacrificed his life by saving two children who fell through ice-covered […]

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Date: 1503083766

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Annual Barrel Game rivalry to turn purple for cancer awareness

APPLE VALLEY — Wearing superhero capes, masks and purple socks, the principals of two rival high schools squared off and exchanged a few friendly words as they prepared for battle.Principal Dustin Conrad from Apple Valley High School and Chuck McCall from Granite Hills High School donned the unusual garb Thursday to show support for the American Cancer Society and their involvement in the annual Barrel Game on Sept. 1 at Newton T. Bass Stadium in Apple Valley.Both […]

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Date: 1503083757

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Judge’s decision that Scott Dekraai can’t get the death penalty draws strong responses

Judge Thomas Goethals’ ruling Friday, Aug. 18, that mass murderer Scott Dekraai cannot face the death penalty surprised and angered some who expected he would be sentenced to die. Others, however, were relieved that Dekraai soon should be sentenced nearly six years after he killed eight people in and around a Seal Beach salon in 2011.

He later pleaded guilty to their murders .

Dekraai has been awaiting his sentencing during hearings that examined the Orange County justice system.

Rebecca Kohler of Long Beach said she generally opposes the death penalty, butin the case of Scott Dekraai. (Photo by Susan Christian Goulding/SCNG)
Rebecca

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Date: 1503083708

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Weather at Orange County’s beaches might block out Monday’s solar eclipse

While most of Orange County will have a good view, solar eclipse watchers might want to avoid the beaches.

The National Weather Service is forecasting overcast skies for the coast on Monday morning, when the total eclipse will hit the continental United States for the first time in 38 years.

But simply moving a couple of miles inland will give you a clear sky.

“We are not expecting significant cloud (coverage) except in the coastal areas,” said James Brotherton, a San Diego-based meteorologist for the National Weather Service.

Some beaches may have only a partial overcast, so from there you may be able wiggle

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Date: 1503083696

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Corrections: Here’s how to report an error

Did we make a mistake? You can tell us how to fix it here.

The Southern California News Group strives to correct errors and has accurate information in all our publications. Significant factual errors will be corrected and noted in the online article as well as in the newspaper, if applicable.

To report an error, please email online@scng.com, and submit what needs to be corrected, where the error was found (which page/section of the newspaper and/or the URL to the story) and any other additional information.

Articles which have been corrected after digital publication will appear at ocregister.com/tag/corrections .

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Date: 1503083687

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‘Pokémon Go’ releases Australia-only Kangaskhan monster in Anaheim this weekend

If “Pokémon Go ” players wanted to catch all the monsters in the game, they would have to pack a real suitcase and travel around the world.

Now people in Southern California are getting a chance to catch one a little closer to home.

The mobile game selected certain Pokémon monsters to appear in certain regions.  North America, Asia, Africa, Australia, South America and Europe all have their own unique monsters that can only be found within those areas.

Until now.

To celebrate the 2017 Pokémon World Championships, the game’s creators are releasing the Australia-centric Pokemon Kangaskhan in Anaheim for three days only . It

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Date: 1503083675

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Pacific Premier Bancorp to acquire Plaza Bancorp in deal worth $226 million

Irvine-based Pacific Premier Bancorp, the holding company of Pacific Premier Bank and Plaza Bancorp, has agreed to acquire Plaza in an all-stock transaction valued at roughly $226 million, or $7.29 per share.

Plaza, also based in Irvine, reports $1.3 billion in total assets, $1.1 billion in gross loans and $1.1 billion in total deposits as of June 30. The bank has seven regional offices located in Irvine, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Pasadena, Montebello, San Diego and Las Vegas.

The transaction, according to a company statement, will increase Pacific Premier’s total assets to approximately $7.7 billion on a pro forma basis.

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Date: 1503083665

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Dana Point creates task force to take on ‘exploding’ homeless issue

Steve Bannon: No military solution in North Korea