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Woman, 46, found dead in Santa Fe Springs parking lot
A 46-year-old woman was found dead in a parking lot in an industrial area of Santa Fe Springs. The body of the woman - identified by the coroner's office as Marisol Santana, whose place of residence was not immediately available Tuesday - was discovered in the 13500 block of Rosecrans Avenue about 1
Anaheim High School on lockdown after reports of shots heard near campus
Anaheim High School was placed on lockdown Wednesday morning due to reports of shots heard near campus, police said. Anaheim police said there were reports of shots being heard in the area near the school - not on school grounds - and the school was placed on lockdown as a precaution. The department
Clerk assaulted in Garden Grove adult bookstore robbery
An adult bookstore was held up Tuesday morning in Garden Grove and police are looking for the two men involved, one of whom struck the store's clerk with a handgun. The robbery was reported at 12:50 a.m. at Eden Adult Bookstore at 12061 Garden Grove Blvd., said Garden Grove police Sgt. Juan Centeno.
Convicted serial killer goes on trial in Orange County for five Southern California killings
As Orange County detectives listened to an ex-Marine's confession to killing eight women, they struggled to understand why he chose to attack a Saddleback College student whose death marked the beginning of a decade of slayings. "I guess it could have been anybody," replied Andrew Urdiales, who expl
More California Cities Seek to Defy 'Sanctuary State' as Revolt Spreads
More California cities may consider defying the state's "sanctuary state" laws, after the city council of Los Alamitos passed an ordinance defying the state's controversial new legislation preventing cooperation with federal immigration authorities. Leaders of Los Alamitos, in Orange County, passed
'How Does This Solve the Problem?': Orange County's Plan to House Homeless Met With Some Criticism
One day after Orange County supervisors voted to spend more than $70 million to house the homeless, residents in three prosperous cities expressed alarm about a proposal to set up "camp" shelters in their communities. "This freaks me out. I moved to O.C. because I thought it would be a safe place. N
Can Los Alamitos Take on California's 'Sanctuary State' Law?
The small Orange County suburb of Los Alamitos has picked a big fight with California by passing a resolution saying it wants nothing to do with "sanctuary state" laws aimed at protecting people here illegally from President Trump's promised immigration crackdown. Los Alamitos Mayor Pro Tem Warren K
Huntington Beach officials vow to fight county proposal for temporary homeless shelter in city
Huntington Beach City Attorney Michael Gates has vowed to fight a proposal by the Orange County Board of Supervisors to move up to 100 homeless people to a county-owned site in Huntington Beach. (File Photo) Huntington Beach officials are pushing back against an Orange County proposal to temporarily
Hundreds of homeless tents to be erected in Irvine, Huntington Beach, Laguna Niguel
The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to spend $70.5 million of money earmarked for the mentally ill to provide beds for transients while also approving a plan to erect tents to provide temporary shelter for the homeless in Irvine, Huntington Beach and Laguna Niguel. The vote followed
Authorities still working to confirm identities of family members found dead in van in Garden Grove
Coroner's officials have not yet released the names of the three of the four family members found dead inside a van in a parking lot last week in Garden Grove, saying they're still working to confirm the information. A man found in the van on Thursday, March 15, was identified as 41-year-old Phunyou
March Storm: Evacuations, Road and School Closures
Evacuations were ordered in parts of Southern California as a storm that could bring the highest rainfall amounts of the season moved into the region. Scroll down for evacuation information, and road and school closure updates during in the March storm. Areas near the Thomas, Sherpa and Whittier bu
This city wants nothing to do California's 'sanctuary state' laws. Will it start a new resistance?
Spectators cheer as the Los Alamitos City Council votes to oppose California's sanctuary state law. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times) With about 12,000 residents spread across a few miles of suburban Southern California, Los Alamitos is better known for its good schools and small-town charms tha
Man in Maserati killed in Long Beach crash where car split in two is identified
A Maserati that split in half when it struck a tree Friday, March 16, 2018, on Los Coyotes Diagonal near Outer Traffic Circle in Long Beach is seen in an image from the CBS2/KCAL9 helicopter. A man from Idaho died at the scene. (Photo courtesy of CBS2) LONG BEACH - The coroner's office today identif
4 Students Struck by Truck Outside Paramount High School; Teen Driver Arrested Did Not Appear Impaired: LASD
Authorities have identified the teen driver arrested after a truck hit four students walking near Paramount High School on Monday. Saul Martinez, 19, was booked on charges of felony reckless driving at the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department's Lakewood station, according to the agency. Martinez di