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Brett Wozniak’s shutout helps Cypress baseball capture seventh consecutive league title

CYPRESS – Brett Wozniak pitched the Cypress baseball team to its seventh consecutive league championship Friday, tossing a two-hit, complete-game shutout in the Centurions’ 4-0 Empire League victory over Kennedy on Friday at Cypress High School.


Turpin couple in Perris torture case sentenced to 25 years to life

David Allen Turpin and Louise Ann Turpin tearfully apologized Friday for mistreating 12 of their children — criminal actions that the judge found “selfish, cruel and inhumane” — before the Perris couple were sentenced to 25 years to life in state prison.


Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (April 11-19)

Restaurants and other food businesses closed by health inspectors in Orange County from April 11 to April 19:. Closed: April 17 (report) Nekter Juice Bar, 20355 Yorba Linda Blvd., Suite E, Yorba Linda.


Car Tied to Amber Alert and Slaying Found Near Border Crossing in San Diego Area

The car at the center of a search for a missing 15-year-old girl, believed to be with her mother and a man who are both suspects in the killing of a Carson man, was discovered near a major border crossing in San Diego County Friday.


Attorney general ends Orange County snitch investigation as more murder cases unravel

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has concluded a four-year investigation into whether Orange County sheriff’s deputies lied during court hearings on the misuse of jailhouse informants.


Pilot Killed in Fiery Fullerton Plane Crash ID’d as 48-Year-Old SoCal Native Commuting Between O.C., Utah

The 48-year-old pilot killed in a fiery plane crash in Fullerton was a Southern California native and dentist who recently moved to Utah and commuted back and forth between the two states, his mother said Friday.


Dana Point Bank Robber Found Dead After Chase, Standoff In Santa Margarita

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA (CBSLA) – A man suspected of being the Leatherface Bandit led authorities on a chase Friday that ended with a crash in Rancho Santa Margarita, where a standoff ensued.


Glendale triple shooting: Victims identified as shooter remains at large

GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- Authorities on Friday released the names of the three men killed in a shooting at a home in Glendale. Gunfire was reported at 12:17 a.m. Thursday in the 1300 block of Columbia Drive in the Adams Hill neighborhood, where Glendale police officers made the gruesome discovery.


California parents convicted of torturing 12 of their 13 children to be sentenced; will the kids show up in court?

When David and Louise Turpin are sentenced Friday, April 19 for abusing 12 of their 13 children over the course of many years, the drama will be focused not on the duration of the prison terms doled out but on who shows up in the courtroom and who speaks.


Man and Woman Charged With Murder in Deadly Santa Ana Shooting

Prosecutors filed murder charges Thursday against a man and woman in connection with the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old man in Santa Ana last year, officials said. Santa Ana gang member Vincent Alcaraz, 47, and gang associate Dorsa Pourhajir, 21, each face a count of murder, Santa Ana police said i


A new, Mickey-themed ride is coming to Disneyland

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Disneyland officials Friday announced a new Mickey and Minnie Mouse-themed attraction at the park. Disneyland officials say it is the first major Mickey Mouse-themed ride-through attraction at the park. Riders will step into a Mickey Mouse cartoon featuring a ride with Goofy as en


Nine local dispensaries offer 420 deals this weekend

April 20 is celebrated as the industry’s biggest holiday and with it landing on a weekend this year, dispensaries all over Long Beach are offering all kinds of specials and special events.


Union struggle over security at Long Beach Airport could lead to lawsuit against the city

Security at the Long Beach Airport could soon be the source of a lawsuit against the city — if the City Council votes on Tuesday, April 23, to move ahead with a planned reorganization of airport workers.


West Covina Girl Dies After Allergic Reaction to Toothpaste, Prompting Warning From Parents

The parents of an 11-year-old girl from West Covina who they say died of an allergic reaction to toothpaste containing milk are speaking out to warn others. Parents Monique Altamirano and Jose Saldate, both 43, told Yahoo Lifestyle they had EpiPens and had always taken great care to avoid anything t


Reward offered for suspected killer of father shot at Bellflower party

Oscar Ruiz, of Compton, the father of 1- and 10-year-old sons, was killed in the early morning hours of Jan. 20, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. A $10,000 reward offered by the county Board of Supervisors for information leading to the arrest of the suspect, identified as M


Newport Beach Police Pursuit Ends In Crash

A police pursuit in Newport Beach Thursday night ended with the suspect in a white pickup truck plowing into multiple parked vehicles. Three people inside the truck then fled from police on foot.


Court Rules Against Trump’s Attempt to Block California Law Limiting Law Enforcement’s Cooperation With Immigration Authorities

A federal appeals court ruled against the Trump administration’s attempt to block a California law that limits cooperation between law enforcement and federal immigration authorities.


Orange County scores and player stats for Friday (4-19-19)

Scores and stats for the Orange County games on Friday, April 19. Tesoro 9, Dana Hills 9 (Tes wins tie-breaker)


Drive-by shooting leaves man wounded on Alamitos Avenue

The gunfire started around 11:55 p.m. in the 800 block of Alamitos, near Hellman Street, according to authorities. A man was wounded, but he was expected to survive, Long Beach Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer De Prez.


California baby dies from whooping cough, health officials confirm

A baby in California has died after contracting whooping cough, officials said, marking the first such death in Orange County in more than a decade. A news release posted on Thursday by the county’s health officials did not identify the child, or list the baby’s age.