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Garden Grove Woman Unable to Receive Stem Cell Transplant After US Government Denies Sister's Visa

A 61-year-old grandmother diagnosed with leukemia is fighting for her life after her sister, who is a perfect donor match and lives in Vietnam, was denied entry into the United States three times. Helen Huynh is shown in an undated photo with her husband, daughters and grandchild. Helen Huynh, of Ga

KTLA.COM - 2017-09-19 06:16:37

Two arrested after woman found dead in Santa Ana apartment

Officers wait for a search warrant in Santa Ana on Monday morning outside an apartment building after a man calls police and says there's a woman injured. Officers arrive to find a woman on the floor and force their way inside. She's dead and he's taken in for questioning. (Photo by Ken Steinhardt,

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-19 17:58:11

Orange County physician assistant convicted of writing prescriptions without medical need

A physician assistant who worked at a Fountain Valley medical clinic has been convicted of federal drug-trafficking charges for writing prescriptions for narcotics without a medical purpose, authorities said on Tuesday. A federal jury on Monday found Kaitlyn Phuong Nguyen, 32, guilty of illegally di

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-20 00:22:08

Huntington Beach Bartender Arrested for Fatal Hit-and-Run of Fountain Valley Resident

Fountain Valley Police Department The driver believed to be responsible for the fatal death of a bicyclist on Sept. 13, 2017 has been arrested. Authorities arrested the driver believed to be responsible for the death of a bicyclist on Wednesday during a hit-and run crash in Fountain Valley. Justin G

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-09-19 22:42:45

Students stepping up to help in so many ways

After the devastation wrought by fires, floods and hurricanes, it is refreshing to see local students, the future leaders of our country, display empathy, concern for our environment, and patriotism. At Villa Park Elementary, fifth-grader Emma Lara Thompson initiated a letter-writing campaign, colle

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-20 19:01:35

Imagine Dragons brings its Evolve World Tour, with new music and big production, to Southern California

After six straight years of being on the road and finding huge success with their debut and sophomore records the guys in Imagine Dragons needed to take a break. Formed in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2008, the band seemed like an overnight success as it launched onto the charts with its 2012 debut, "Night

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-20 13:02:49

Mike Odd of Rosemary's Billygoat is a Funny Devil

A conversation with Mike Odd, the frontman of shock-metal/punk troupe Rosemary's Billygoat, is an experience that is both enjoyable and weirdly disconcerting. While there are still people out there who fall for the schtick and believe that Odd and his bandmates are genuine, real-deal Satanists, the

OC WEEKLY BLOGS - 2017-09-20 13:24:00

American crackpots used to be a charming part of our civic life, until they started steering the ship

We're a big country; we've always had some space for the eccentrics and the crackpots and scolds, starting with the Puritans. We've made folk heroes out of the rogue and the loner, the huckster and the wacky believer. But recently, it feels as if these outliers -- the credulous, the fantasists and c

LA TIMES - 2017-09-20 11:00:00

Prushan: KKK Tributes in Brea Must be Removed

When the United States elected its first black president in 2008, some pundits boldly declared we had entered a period of "post-racism" in America. A legacy of 400 years of human slavery, followed by 100 years of Jim Crow cross burnings, lynchings, and institutionalized segregation had finally been

VOICEOFOC.ORG - 2017-09-19 23:03:20

Physician assistant at F.V. clinic convicted of drug trafficking for illegal prescriptions

A physician assistant who worked at a Fountain Valley medical clinic was convicted Monday of federal drug trafficking charges for writing prescriptions for narcotics without a medical purpose. A federal jury found Kaitlyn Phuong Nguyen, 32, of San Jose guilty of 10 felony counts related to illegal d

LA TIMES - 2017-09-20 20:10:00

Historic day in surfing as secret surf contest is held at Kelly Slater's wave pool, and locals got a front-row seat to the action

A "test" contest was held for the first time at Kelly Slater's wave pool in Lemoore, California. The event was put on by the World Surf League and had a crowd of about 150 invite-only attendees who showed up for the historic day. Three-time world champ Mick Fanning tucks into a barrel. (Photo: WSL/

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-20 19:52:04

Therapy dogs, children partner for 'Special Fishies Adaptive Beach Day'

Gabe Duggan, 10, of Tustin meets Ricochet, during a service dog in training during a program with Special Fishies in San Clemente on Saturday, September 16, 2017. (Photo by Matt Masin, Orange County Register, SCNG) Sawyer Powell, 4, of Dana Point is led back to shore by Cori, a one-year-old service

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-20 18:40:31

Santana: Inaction Can Kill

The time to act is now. Year after year, taxpayers have watched Orange County Supervisors just stand idly by and watch homeless communities sprout in local streets, parks, riverbeds and civic centers - as if powerless bystanders from the governing dais. Supervisors are great at taking credit for "so

VOICEOFOC.ORG - 2017-09-20 04:59:56

Floods are a serious threat to Southern California, say CSUF geologists

Seeing the devastation that Hurricanes Harvey and Irma inflicted, it's tempting to take solace that Southern California escapes anything but the rare remnant of a tropical storm. But that doesn't mean we're spared flooding, reminded two Cal State Fullerton geologists in the wake of Harvey and Irma.

WHITTIER DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 03:22:41

Legendary Punk Rockers Sloppy Seconds Hit OC and Then Some

Sloppy Seconds is coming to town! Both the die hard fans, who have been grooving to the tunes of the kings of junk rock since the 80's, as well as the fans the band has gained in the meantime will have several opportunities to get their Sloppy fix as the band makes its long overdue return to the Wes

OC WEEKLY BLOGS - 2017-09-20 17:51:00

Cauldron, home to the viral Puffle Cone ice cream, plans major expansion

Cauldron Ice Cream, a Santa Ana-based dessert concept, is growing through franchising with new stores opening over the next year in Southern California. The scoop shop sells small batch ice cream made on-site using liquid nitrogen. The first shop opened in 2015 in Santa Ana near South Coast Plaza. I

OCREGISTER - 2017-09-20 14:00:07

Invasive Mosquito Population Spikes 330 Percent in O.C.; Residents Warned

The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District alerted residents this week to a large spike in the number of invasive Aedes mosquitoes. Female mosquitoes need just a teaspoon of standing water to lay eggs, which can survive without water for six months or more. (Credit: Tom Ervin/Getty Image

KTLA.COM - 2017-09-20 12:31:36

Andrew Alan Carruthers Accused of Threatening to Kill Persians in Hookah Bar

Andrew Alan Carruthers Accused of Threatening to Kill Persians in Hookah Bar Andrew Alan Carruthers, 29, was charged Tuesday with felony criminal threats, misdemeanor resisting arrest, obstructing an officer and violating civil rights as well as a sentencing enhancement for hate crime, according to

OC WEEKLY BLOGS - 2017-09-20 12:38:00

SAWPA announces Richard Haller as new general manager

The Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) Commission has announced the appointment of Richard E. Haller of Highland as General Manager. Haller most recently served as Interim General Manager, having been appointed July 1, 2017. Prior to July, he served as the Engineering & Operations Manager

HIGHLAND COMMUNITY NEWS - 2017-09-19 22:55:00

Knott's Spooky Farm: Daytime Family Fun

The daytime, not-scary celebration happens every weekend day, through Halloween, beginning on Sept. 29 (plus on Halloween itself). Knott's Spooky Farm The daytime, not-scary celebration happens every weekend, through Halloween, beginning on Sept. 30 (plus on Halloween itself). Halloween candy runs t

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-09-20 18:37:44