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Huntington Beach announces special meeting for homeless shelter vote Thursday, April 18
Rather than wait until the next scheduled city council meeting, April 29, Huntington Beach will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 18, to vote on the proposed purchase of an 11,200-square-foot warehouse for a homeless shelter.
House prices drop in three Southern California counties
House prices fell last month in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties and in half of all counties included in the California Association of Realtors’ latest housing report, released Tuesday, April 16.
How to get wristbands this weekend for free mega-clinic in Pomona next weekend
Thousands of underinsured residents from Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties will have an opportunity to access free health care not just for themselves, but their furry friends too, at a clinic later this month at Fairplex.
Lawyer says Playboy model had no role in California psychiatrist’s death
The attorney for a former Playboy model accused with two other people of killing a California psychiatrist in Las Vegas said his client had no role in the doctor’s death. Kelsey Nichole Turner, 25, “categorically denies any role in the death of Dr. [Thomas Kirk] Burchard,” Brian James Smith, the mod
Knife Wielding Man Cuts Another Man’s Face in Stanton
A man armed with a knife cut another man’s face, sending the victim to the hospital, authorities said Wednesday morning. Deputies responded about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday to the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Katella Avenue and found the victim with a cut to his face, according to Lt. W. Rehnalt of t
Corona Police Arrest Man on Suspicion of Fatally Stabbing Half-Brother, Injuring 2 Others in Family Dispute
A man was arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing his half-brother, and wounding two other men, during a family dispute in Corona, police said Tuesday. Brandon Barber, 29, was taken into custody on suspicion of murder and assault with a deadly weapon, the Corona Police Department said in a news re
Community remembers former West Covina Mayor Mike Spence
Just days after news of his death broke, West Covina residents took to Tuesday’s City Council meeting to share fond remembrances of former Mayor Mike Spence. Spence was pronounced dead after being found unconscious in an Ontario hotel room Thursday evening. The cause of death is pending an autopsy,
California school district changing name tied to Confederacy
The Dixie School District board voted Tuesday night to change the name of the 150-year-old district after critics linked it to the Confederacy and slavery. Trustees voted 3-1, with one abstention, to change both the name of the San Francisco Bay Area district and the name of its elementary school by
225-square-foot sinkhole swallows sidewalk, road at Buena Park Auto Center
All lanes of a Buena Park street near the 5 Freeway have been closed after a sinkhole opened up. Shortly after 8 a.m., all lanes of Auto Center Drive were closed between Stanton Avenue and Dale Street.
The Anaheim Hotel supports the homeless with big donation
(Click above for more information.) The Anaheim Hotel, a Wincome Hospitality managed property, recently gave back to the community in a major way. On April 11th, 2019, the newly renovated hotel across from Disneyland® Resort and near the Anaheim Convention Center, opened their arms by offering a gen
'Real Housewives of Orange County' Season 14 Feuds: Kelly Dodd Says Tamra Judge Is a 'Known Liar'
Filming for Season 14 of Real Housewives of Orange County only recently began, but there may already be bad blood brewing between two members of the cast. Following accusations of pushing her own mother down the stairs, RHOC star Kelly Dodd fired shots off at castmate Tamra Judge, who she believed s
Goat Yoga Returns to Orange County
Things will get wild at Centennial Farm when Goat Yoga returns on Saturday, May 18, giving participants the unique chance to do yoga with baby pygmy goats who like to frolic and climb on yogis.
The benefits of buying cannabis legally and locally
The Long Beach Collective Association was established in 2010 to advocate for safe access, fair policy, and public safety. Its public service announcement #buylocalbuylegal campaign began as #buylegal to promote public safety and legal cannabis businesses. Adding #buylocal encourages buying from leg
Corona attorney, who is an ex-Rialto police officer, admits possession of illegal weapons
CORONA — A former Rialto police officer-turned-attorney who lives in Corona pleaded guilty Tuesday to illegally possessing multiple unregistered weapons, including a short-barreled rifle, two silencers and a hand grenade.
California city tests universal basic income program ahead of 2020
The city of Stockton, Calif., which launched a universal basic income pilot program earlier this year, will listen to stories from a select group of recipients of the no-strings-attached cash by the end of April, adding tangible anecdotes to the national political conversation on income inequality a
System Error To Blame For California Tax Refund Problem For 23,000 Residents
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Tax day has come and gone, but thousands of California taxpayers may still have to do a little adjusting due to an error by the state. The Franchise Tax Board said the state mistakenly sent refunds to more than 23,000 people, without first verifying the amount of money the t
Cypress police blotter, April 8 to April 10, 2019
(Click above for more information.) The items shown below are selected from the logs of the Cypress Police Department. No inference of guilt is implied in showing any item in the Cypress police blotter.
Bloody Lake Forest rampage: Man arrested after stabbing, home invasion, carjacking
LAKE FOREST, Calif. (KABC) -- A man was arrested in Lake Forest after deputies say he went on a violent, bloody rampage, committing two home invasions, stabbing a woman multiple times and hitting a pedestrian with a stolen car.
Dead Body Discovered on the 12000 Block of Woodruff Ave. in Downey
The body of a man was found dead on the 12000 block of Woodruff Avenue early this morning. The person who found the body reported it to DPD at approximately 4:49 a.m. It it not yet known how the man died.
OC Cities Struggle With Resources to Clean Up Railroad Homeless Camps
Orange County cities struggle to quickly clean up railroad homeless camps because of strained resources offered by some railroad companies, but a federal judge is pushing companies to contribute more.