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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources. « Show less

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  • 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...
  • Check It Out: Prepare yourself for the zombie apocalypse

    Once a fringe genre, zombie fiction and movies have certainly been on the rise. From the classic slow-moving, shambling horror of George Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" to the fast-paced, rage-filled terror of Danny Boyle's "28 Days Later," the theme...
  • On Theater: 'Three Days of Rain' returns to its birthplace

    Fourteen years ago, South Coast Repertory produced the world premiere of "Three Days of Rain," solidifying a budding relationship with its author, Richard Greenberg, who went on to unveil eight other plays on the SCR stage, as well as several others...
  • My Pet World: Heroic dogs highlighted in online contest

    If you have a dog, there's no doubt your best friend is a hero to you. But some dogs' heroic exploits are downright amazing. Heroic canines and their accomplishments will be celebrated October 1 in Los Angeles at the American Humane Assn. Hero Dog Awards...
  • TLC showcases bridal beauty work

    Earlier this month, "Wedding Day Makeover" premiered on TLC. The show, which follows brides-to-be as they decide on their pre-wedding beauty regimen, will feature a local salon. Design Visage, a Newport Beach business near John Wayne Airport, was...
  • Mesa Musings: A nation's loss, and a lousy holiday

    We were dazed. We could not wrap our heads around the situation. It seemed there was nothing to be thankful for. Thanksgiving at our Costa Mesa home 47 years ago seemed an afterthought. Six days earlier, our brilliant young president, John F. Kennedy,...