Louis Casiano, Whittier Daily News

Louis Casiano

Whittier Daily News

Anaheim, CA, United States

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Past articles by Louis:

2 new rides, and lots of high-flying familiar ones, ready to roar at LA County Fair

Tickets can be purchased in large bundles for 50 cents each: 200 tickets for $100, 100 tickets for $50 and 40 tickets for $20. → Read More

How to park at the LA County Fair: Fairplex has added 1,700 new spaces

General parking is $15. For $25, visitors can park in VIP parking – which fills up quickly – at Gate 17 off Fairplex Drive and Gate 9 near North White Avenue. → Read More

LA County Fair crews put finishing touches on 2018 event, which opens Friday

Opening day is coming Friday, Aug, 31. → Read More

‘Exorcist’ fans line up in Long Beach to meet actress Linda Blair – and help her help animals

Linda Blair, who earned an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal, appeared at a meet-and-greet event to benefit her non-profit animal welfare group, the Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation. → Read More

UCI is using treated, recycled water to cool down 65 of its buildings

The campus is expected to save 80 million gallons of drinkable water annually. → Read More

At International Surf Festival, the sand ‘castles’ are upstaged by octopus, mermaid, shark and more

Construction crews young and old gathered at the Manhattan Beach Pier. They used the simplest of tools, the most basic of components and the wildest of imaginations to forge spectacular seaside str… → Read More

Gun control advocates stage protest in Brea and Fullerton

Organizers with March for Our Lives and Students Demand Action Orange County are expecting up to 1,000 people to attend to the March on the NRA Southern California at Arovista Park in Brea. → Read More

LA County’s lifeguards honored for heroism to kick off surf festival

In addition to the medal of valor, several lifeguards were recognized the Distinguished Service Medals and a Lifetime Achievement awards. → Read More

Dragon boats unleash two days of action (and centuries of history) in Long Beach

It’s one of the largest dragon boat competitions in California. → Read More

OC Fair 2018: In an era of distractions, these teens keep their focus on raising farm animals

Putting in long, hard hours helps them develop a strong work ethic, they say. → Read More

Rough seas make Long Beach-to-Catalina ski race a gnarly ride; two Australians finish on top

Australian Ben Gulley and American Todd Haig were neck-and-neck heading into the finish near the Queen Mary before Gulley was able to push forward for his first Catalina Ski Race with a time of 54 … → Read More

Torrance district votes to start school year earlier

Union President Deborah Tabush at the meeting said the resolution undermined the trust between both groups. But the majority of parents who’ve taken a stance on the issue are supportive of the chan… → Read More

Tears followed by dancing in San Pedro: Proud Croatian community celebrates amid World Cup loss

“This is still a victory for us” — Frances Mayeda of San Pedro → Read More

At just-shy-of 96, Annette Warren delights friends, family, students at her ‘retirement’ show

One the behind-the-scenes voice for such stars as Ava Gardner and Lucille Ball, this Rancho Palos Verdes resident is right out in front these days, singing fabulously in her 90s. → Read More

Another 48 acres of sports fields open at the Orange County Great Park – Orange County Register

Another 48 acres of sports fields open at the Orange County Great Park – Orange County Register → Read More

Thousands of revelers flock to Huntington Beach for annual Fourth of July parade

The parade is one of many gatherings across Orange County celebrating Independence Day. → Read More

Immigration protest against Trump child-separation policy planned in Long Beach

The #FamiliesBelongTogether march comes amid the uproar over the separation of more than 2,300 migrant families between May 5 and June 9. The protest is being sponsored by the National Domestic Wor… → Read More

Launch delayed, again, for mini satellite built by Irvine high school students

The launching of a pint-sized satellite built and designed by Irvine high school students over several years was scrubbed over the weekend, adding to frustrations of those involved in the delayed-p… → Read More

Red Hat Society members have a ‘hoot’ in Fullerton – Orange County Register

Fashionably dressed women arrived from all over Southern California. → Read More

Childhood obesity rates plummet in Redondo Beach schools

Childhood obesity in the school district plummeted from 20 percent in 2007 to 6.4 percent last year and test scores have improved, said school district Superintendent Steven Keller. → Read More