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Murder charge for Santa Ana man ordered to stay away from the victim

A Santa Ana probationer with a lengthy criminal history was charged Wednesday with fatally stabbing his companion, whose body was found Monday in an apartment known to police for drawing multiple complaints regarding narcotics and other disturbances. Mark Lewis Amacher, 38, was charged with murder a

MYNEWSLA.COM - 2017-09-20 21:26:36

3.6 Earthquake Hits West Los Angeles

a 3.6-magnitude earthquake a few miles away from Westwood, Calif., a neighborhood in Los Angeles near Bel Air, Calabasas, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. "Earthquakes like this happen several times a year, so it's not uncommon at all," said John Bellini, a geophysicist at the United States Geologica

SANTA MONICA MIRROR - 2017-09-20 19:19:25

Santa Ana Father's Deportation Delayed by 1 Month After Community Outcry

A Santa Ana father of four U.S. citizens found out Thursday that his deportation would be delayed by a month following a community outcry. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Sept. 21, 2017. A Santa Ana father of four U.S. citizens found out Thursday that his deportation would be del

KTLA.COM - 2017-09-21 17:38:39

Let's Put the Tree to the Test

Currently City Hall wants to make the old pepper tree in front of City Hall safer. The current debate is how to do it. I see a connection between our historic pepper tree at city hall and the Watts Towers. In 1959, Los Angeles City Hall wanted eliminate the Watts Towers because they were dangerous.

LAGUNABEACHINDY.COM - 2017-09-21 23:53:32

Mike Love Leads the Beach Boys into a New Chapter of Their Legacy

If music history has taught any lessons, it's that Mike Love isn't going away. Love him or loathe him, the man at the helm of the Beach Boys continues to tour as rigorously as ever, even more than the band's creative and commercial peak of the '60s. Playing around 175 shows per years for the several

OC WEEKLY BLOGS - 2017-09-21 11:41:00

Fighting Cacti dominate at Jamboree

JOSHUA TREE - With the basketball season months ahead, the Fighting Cacti of Copper Mountain College are already turning heads with their athleticism on the courts. The men played and won four games Saturday and Sunday when Cerritos College and Long Beach City College hosted the So Cal Juco Fall Jam

HI-DESERT STAR - 2017-09-21 01:11:00

Scott Dekraai sentencing will spark drama, emotion and lots of talk

The most lethal mass shooter in Orange County history is scheduled to be sentenced Friday, and only one thing is a given for that part of the proceedings - emotions will run high. Scott Evans Dekraai, 47, is expected to be sentenced to eight terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole,

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-21 22:39:26

Letter: Scrapping the Protective Agreement Does More Harm than Good

After 15 years of fighting to protect San Onofre State Beach and Trestles from a toll road, we are gravely concerned about the San Clemente City Council's recent lawsuit that seeks to invalidate a protective agreement we signed to safeguard the state park and San Mateo watershed from a destructive r

SANCLEMENTETIMES.COM - 2017-09-21 12:00:53

La Palma City Council votes unanimously to adopt North Orange County Public Safety Task Force

At their regular meeting last night, the La Palma City Council voted unanimously to approve the City's participation in the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force. The task force was established this summer in state budget negotiations for the region by State Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton).

OC-BREEZE.COM - 2017-09-21 16:01:33

CSULB Cancels Beer Fest, Beer Fest LB Festival On Tap At Rancho Los Cerritos

To the surprise of many Cal State Long Beach students, school officials cancelled the upcoming campus Craft Beer Festival. "Bringing alcohol onto a college campus can create a heightened environment with polarizing views," Kierstin Stickney, director of marketing and communications at CSULB, said in

GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS - 2017-09-21 21:50:00

Cerritos high school lesson on slavery - in which students' hands are bound - discontinued after outrage

One parent's pleas and outrage have prompted administrators at a Cerritos high school to discontinue a classroom activity that simulated the slave system in colonial America by binding students' hands together, lying them down in a dark room and showing them a clip of the film "Roots." The intention

WHITTIER DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-21 20:35:52

Dying Woman's Sister Is Her Only Transplant Match, But Not Allowed In Country

GARDEN GROVE (CBSLA) - Yvonne Murray's mother is dying and so is her hope. There may be only one person who could save the life of the Garden Grove woman - her sister - only the U.S. government will not allow her into the country. Murray's mom, Helen, has an aggressive form of Leukemia and doctors h

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-09-21 01:42:00

Surfers Healing celebrates 20 years of sharing the stoke for autistic kids

The surf was flat, the ocean looking more like a lake. Then the wind kicked up, adding a chop to the water's surface. And rain started to fall from the sky. Some might call it a challenging morning to hold a surf event. But fortunately, the day wasn't really about riding waves. These families, the 1

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-21 23:14:07

OC Grub Guide:Putting the Fun In Fundraising

There are many ways to support a cause, but our favorite involves food. Here's a quick rundown of some local events and specials, including a few ways to put your hard-earned cashola to good use. MaxLove Project App-Off - Irvine Although this Saturday's Farm to Fork dinner at Tanaka Farms is all but

OC WEEKLY BLOGS - 2017-09-21 15:00:00

Discover the Greatness of Huntington Ramen Beneath Its Generic Name

This story begins not at Huntington Ramen, but at a new restaurant I was originally planning to review for this issue. It looked promising at first: The place had a catchy name, well-curated social-media accounts, an eclectic menu and a bar with creatively named drinks. But then the food arrived. Th

OC WEEKLY BLOGS - 2017-09-21 14:25:34

Woman Shot to Death in Inglewood

68 OnScene.TV A woman was shot to death around 2:20 a.m. on Thursday in Inglewood. A woman was shot to death early Thursday in Inglewood, according to Sgt. Geoffrey Meeks of the Inglewood Police Department. The shooting was reported at 2:20 a.m. in the 800 block of North Victor Avenue, said Meeks. T

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-09-21 14:25:26

Bracken's Kitchen takes healthy meals to impoverished people

Bill Bracken picked up a spoon to stir a pot of stew. "This was made completely from scratch," he said, pointing to pieces of chicken, zucchini and bok choy. "It's full of vegetables, it's low-fat, low-calories, low-sugar - nothing processed at all. I made it yesterday.We let it set for 24 hours to

LA TIMES - 2017-09-21 23:00:00

Around Town: Surf's up for Newport contest this weekend

Surfers of all ages will compete this weekend in the 29th annual RVCA and City of Newport Beach Surf Championships. The contest will take place Saturday and Sunday off 54th Street or 56th Street, depending on where the waves are best. The schedule was still to be determined as of Thursday. For exact

LA TIMES - 2017-09-21 22:20:00

So nice to see CdM middle schoolers connect during lunchtime

Re. "At Corona del Mar Middle School, kids can't use cellphones at lunch. The result? They talk," (Sept. 21) Corona del Mar Middle School has embarked on something brand new, and it seems to be working. The new rule simply says: "No student cellphone use during lunch." The interacting of face-to-fac

LA TIMES - 2017-09-21 20:40:00

Man Found Shot to Death in Vehicle in South Los Angeles

A man died after being shot multiple times in South Los Angeles early Thursday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. At approximately 1 a.m., authorities responded to a shooting near the intersection of 78th Street and Brighton Avenue. There, they found a man sitting in his vehicle, suffe

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-09-21 10:43:04