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The Planning Commission on Wednesday, Jan. 17, will consider approving a development agreement and plan to build a housing tract with 35 single-family units, a... [Read More]
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The City Council on Wednesday, Jan. 17, will consider allowing the Garden Grove Unified School District to hang six banners celebrating its college-bound students on... [Read More]
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The Planning Commission, in a special meeting scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 18, will consider approving a plan to demolish an old Coco's restaurant at 12542... [Read More]
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A Santa Ana man was shot multiple times Friday morning, Jan. 12, by a neighbor with an assault rifle after a long-standing dispute, said police... [Read More]
SANTA ANA — A bicyclist died Friday morning, Jan. 12, after being struck by a vehicle in front of South Coast Global Medical Center, police said.... [Read More]
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Southern California will have a strangely uniform weather pattern through the weekend: Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties will each see temperatures gradually... [Read More]
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The City Council this week declared January as Business Appreciation Month, encouraging residents to support local companies. The proclamation, signed by Mayor David Shawver, asks... [Read More]
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The Police Department will get a new walk-in freezer to store DNA, after the City Council approved the purchase this week. The department's current 16-foot-by-2-foot... [Read More]
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President Richard Nixon would have turned 105 this week — and the museum dedicated to his life and legacy celebrated as usual. [Read More]
President Richard Nixon would have turned 105 this week – and the museum dedicated to his life and legacy celebrated as usual. The Nixon Presidential Library... [Read More]
The City Council tonight, Jan. 9, is scheduled to select from among its ranks a mayor pro tem, which acts as a second-in-command to Mayor... [Read More]
Winter weather has finally arrived – and with it, all of the potential havoc for a typically arid region getting unaccustomed rain. The morning and... [Read More]
The City Council's first Talk on the Block community meeting of 2018 is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10550 Western Ave. The... [Read More]
The City Council's first Talk on the Block community meeting of 2018 is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10550 Western Ave. The... [Read More]
Kellee Wells, the property officer for the Police Department, recently won the Property Officer of the Year award from the Orange County chapter of the... [Read More]
Shots Fired... [Read More]
COSTA MESA — A four-vehicle collision on the northbound 405 freeway, at the Harbor Boulevard on-ramp,  left one person dead Friday evening, Jan. 5, and traffic... [Read More]
The Police Department will get a new walk-in freezer to store DNA, pending City Council approval on Tuesday evening, Jan. 9. The department's current 16-foot-by-2-foot... [Read More]
The City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 9, is scheduled to declare January as Business Appreciation Month and encourage residents to support local companies. The proclamation,... [Read More]
The Westminster Education Leadership Association recently named its administrators of the year. Reagan Lopez, executive director of student services is the Westminster School District's Central... [Read More]
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