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A rash of residential burglaries in a Los Alamitos neighborhood has prompted the Los Alamitos Police Department to schedule a town hall meeting on crime. Four daytime burglaries took place between Jan. 3 and Jan 13 in homes northwest of the Cerritos
Orange County's network of toll roads will stop accepting cash payments this spring, replacing the old toll booths with transponder readers and a new pay-by-license-plate system. That system, dubbed ExpressAccounts by the toll agency, can read plate
In previous years, the OC Music Awards Best Live Band showcase setup in the outdoor marketplace at the District at Tustin Legacy has been a bit rough. The surroundings are certainly welcoming, often sparking walk-up interest from shoppers, but it's
It's a good thing Janelle Monae is so remarkably talented, audaciously creative and utterly riveting to watch. Otherwise, I might feel compelled to take the young visionary to task over her long-awaited performance at House of Blues Anaheim, her
Thirty-three people have been indicted on suspicion of drug and other charges after multiple law enforcement agencies worked together in an undercover operation, officials said Wednesday. A task force made up of agents from the Orange County Sheriff'
Surfboards unveiled at the Waterfront Hilton, Hyatt Regency and Shorebreak Hotel. May 1: Surfboard showcase reception at the Huntington Beach Art Center. May 1 to Aug. 17: Surfboards on Parade Art Exhibit continues through the city.
This time of year, Stanton's two prized restaurants, Park Ave and Il Garage, put on their own "restaurant week" campaign. Chef and owner David Slay dares diners to make the trip inland with three-course menus at his Beach Boulevard restaurants.
Unseasonably warm, dry weather should continue through at least early next week, the National Weather Service says, although winds and temperatures should ease down a bit by the weekend...Wednesday, with dry wildland vegetation, low humidity and high
Texas A loud noise and flaring at a Southeast Texas chemical plant drew emergency responders but a company official says there was no explosion or fire in the unit...Woods says the emergency shutdown Tuesday night has closed one polyethylene unit
Assemblyman Jeff Gorell, R-Camarillo, filed a proposed ballot initiative Friday that would bar the sale of any more bonds to support the high-speed rail project. The measure will need 504,760 valid voter signatures to be included on the ballot. Rail