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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • My Pet World: A roundup of recent animal news

    Pit bulls are not the problem, people are Some people might be surprised at the results of a new Associated Press http://www.Petside.com poll on public perceptions of various dog breeds. It turns out that the majority of American pet owners believe a...
  • ABLE helps nab shooting suspect

    Santa Ana police Saturday credited AirBorne Law Enforcement's Eagle police helicopter with helping them nab a murder suspect earlier in the week. Police officials said an anonymous tipster alerted detectives Thursday night that they had recognized Ivan...
  • My Pet World: Doubts over Vick's contrition for dog fighting

    Mel never barks, except in his sleep. He shakes with terror when strangers enter the house. He has good reason to be fearful. Mel's previous owner was Michael Vick. Mel's detailed history is unknown. However, it's clear that he was used as a kind of dog-...
  • 55 Freeway segment dedicated to local TV reporter

    The late Paul Johnson, a longtime traffic reporter for KNBC-4 TV news and a Newport Beach business financier, now has a segment of the Costa Mesa (55) Freeway named after him. Johnson died in June after a long entertainment career, which included 28...
  • UCI baseball changes start time

    The UC Irvine baseball home game against Southern will be at 1 p.m. today. It was originally scheduled for 6:30 p.m. The change was made due to concerns over predicted rain. The rest of the weekend schedule is unchanged, with UCI facing Bethune-...
  • Lobdell: Newport resident recounts tale of Libya's unrest

    Lobdell: Newport resident recounts tale of Libya's unrest
    Just 10 days ago, I received an upbeat e-mail from Libya. Dave Peterson, a married Newport Beach father of three and casual acquaintance of mine, thought I might be interested in what he was witnessing in Tripoli. Dave, 51, who works as the project...
  • Mesa Musings: Smurfing good times are back

    The Smurfs are enjoying a renaissance in our household. You're familiar with the Smurfs, aren't you? Those little blue men — and one blue woman, (the "Smurfette") — who inhabit little mushroom-like cottages in a clearing somewhere in the...
  • The stage gets funny again at Estancia High

    The stage gets funny again at Estancia High
    COSTA MESA — Nicolas Juarez used his cell phone for light as he moved around the darkened theater. Meanwhile, members of his cast and crew scuttled backstage as they quieted themselves for the start of the dress rehearsal. Juarez took his place in...
  • Pacific Symphony announces new season lineup, opera initiative

    Pacific Symphony announces new season lineup, opera initiative
    COSTA MESA — Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 is a memorable one for Carl St.Clair. He first saw it played on a 1948 black-and-white Westinghouse television. The orchestra: the Boston Symphony. The conductor: Leonard Bernstein. Some years later,...
  • 'Arrested Development' is coming back

    'Arrested Development' is coming back
    Narrator: Now the story of a wealthy family who lost everything and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together. It's 'Arrested Development.' And with that, the world was introduced to "Arrested Development," a network comedy that flopped...
  • On Theater: Center lifts curtain on 2011-12 season

    Oldies, newcomers and the 25th anniversary revival of arguably the greatest musical of all time dot the calendar of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts for its upcoming 2011-12 season — which, coincidentally, also is the center's 25th season. The...
  • The God Squad: Free will not a theological trick

    Question: It's amazing how you "learned theologians" always toe the party line: God is always responsible for the good things that happen, but good gosh, never responsible for the bad things because of "free will." And God doesn't make garbage. Bunk....