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Police Search for Man Who Held Up Santa Ana Liquor Store at Gunpoint

Police are searching for an armed robber who held up a Santa Ana liquor store clerk, in an incident that was captured on surveillance video early Wednesday. An armed robber is seen in surveillance video provided by Valley Liquors in Santa Ana. The robbery occurred shortly after midnight at the Valle


Santa Ana Holds Pre-Thanksgiving DUI Checkpoint Tonight

The Santa Ana Police Department is getting a jump on turkey weekend by holding a DUI/drivers license checkpoint tonight from 7:30 p.m. through 1:30 a.m. The location? In the area of 1000 East 4th Street, Santa Ana, according to police. All vehicles may be checked and drivers who are under the influ


Santa Ana homeless get hundreds of new socks thanks to Joy of Sox intern and team of volunteers

Eliza Clark of Newport Beach helped improve the comfort of homeless people in Santa Ana, Wednesday morning, Nov. 22, as she and 11 volunteers passed out hundreds of pairs of new socks to those living around the Civic Center Plaza of the Flags. Pointing at the Santa Ana Civic Center, Plaza of the Fla


Woman charged with molesting boy in Santa Ana

SANTA ANA - A 23-year-old woman was charged Wednesday with molesting and sending illicit selfies to the 12-year-old son of a friend in Santa Ana. Aimee Guadalupe Lopez was charged with two counts of lewd acts with a minor younger than 14 and sending harmful matter to a minor with the intent to seduc


Diego's in Santa Ana Closes Its Doors For Good After Two More Shows

We're sad to say that this is the second time in equally as many years that we're reporting on the death of Diego's. Earlier this month, the organizers of Sellout Productions which leased the Santa Ana building and rebranded the former Mexican restaurant as a rock-n-roll bar, announced that they are


Police investigating whether Fullerton, Santa Ana liquor store robberies are related

Two liquor stores were robbed, hours apart, in Fullerton late Tuesday and in Santa Ana early Wednesday and police are trying to determine whether they are related. Around 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21, officers received a report of a hold-up at JJ's Liquor, 2238 W. Orangethorpe Ave., Fullerton police


Unknown Amount of Lottery Tickets, $2,000 in Cash Stolen During Armed Robbery in Santa Ana

A gunman took a cash register filled with about $2,000 in cash from a Santa Ana liquor store early Wednesday following a struggle with the store's clerk, police said. The clerk was not injured during the robbery, which was reported at 12:20 a.m. at Valley Liquors at 2429 W. Edinger Ave., said Santa


Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (Nov. 17-24)

Health permits are suspended for major violations. Restaurants must remain closed until inspectors determine problems have been fixed. Buccaneer Pizza, 2757 N. Grand Ave., Santa Ana; cockroach infestation; closed Nov. 22.Hotties Pizza, 440 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa; cockroach infestation; closed Nov. 2

OCREGISTER - 2017-11-24 21:09:02

Bristol Bits: And the Papazian Leadership Award goes to ... Patricia Tomkil

Patricia Tomkil Johnson, a.k.a. P.T., retired Bristol physical education teacher, was honored Wednesday at the annual Breakfast of Champions, held this year at Bristol Eastern. Tomkil, as I'll refer to her because that's how most of us have known her as, was the recipient of the 2017 Ralph Papazian

BRISTOL PRESS - 2017-11-24 04:14:00

Injunction filed to stop Bristol Beat from selling

BRISTOL - An application for a temporary injunction was submitted to prevent The Bristol Beat from selling any assets or equipment before a court date in December. The application was filed by attorney Stephen Mangan on Tuesday, the same day that The Bristol Beat, an online radio station and podcas

BRISTOL PRESS - 2017-11-23 05:52:00

Bristol superintendent releases letter after canceled presentation

BRISTOL - Superintendent Susan Moreau has issued an letter stating that parents will now be allowed to opt out their children when speakers are giving presentations at school and teachers will clearly state when such speakers are part of the curriculum. The letter was in reference to a Northeast Mi

BRISTOL PRESS - 2017-11-23 05:14:00

No arrests made yet after 2-year-old found wandering in Bristol

BRISTOL - No charges have been filed yet after 2-year-old was found wandering on Willis Street alone Tuesday afternoon. Police on Wednesday said the investigation is ongoing, and that charges were not immediately filed upon officers finding the toddler, wearing nothing but a diaper, wandering in th

BRISTOL PRESS - 2017-11-23 05:12:00

Silver Alert issued for Bristol teen

Evelyn Rodriguez (Photo: Connecticut State Police) BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH) - A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing teen from Bristol. According to Connecticut State Police, 13-year-old Evelyn Rodriguez went missing on Tuesday. Officials say she is a white female with black hair and brown eyes


Boebel joins Boys & Girls Club board

BRISTOL - The Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has appointed Anellyse Boebel to the Board of Directors. She was unanimously approved at the board meeting on Sept. 26. Boebel is an alumnus of the club. At age 11, she became a member of the Cambridge Park Unit and has continued to be involved in all aspe

BRISTOL PRESS - 2017-11-24 04:04:00

More Plainville residents oppose bike trail

PLAINVILLE - Several Plainville residents continued to speak in opposition to having a bike trail come through town at Monday's council meeting, citing concerns about privacy, safety and litter. Residents Katherine LaBella and Joel Edman have been spearheading the opposition to the trail and both r

NEW BRITAIN HERALD - 2017-11-24 04:16:00

Terryville Deli Puts Meals on the Table for First Responders and Those in Need

Thanksgiving can be especially difficult for those who don't know where their next hot meal will come from. "If I wasn't here eating today, I wouldn't be eating, and that's hard," Steven Zakiewski teared up as he shared his plans to be home alone this Thanksgiving. "I'd a been sitting home. I didn't

NBC CONNECTICUT - 2017-11-24 12:34:56

Much-needed fix: New bridge to connect Yuba City, Marysville

2 years delayed, $59 million bridge will span Feather River, relieve traffic headaches Updated: 3:13 PM PST Nov 23, 2017 KCRASOURCE: KCRA It's more than two years behind schedule, but construction is about to begin on a new bridge connecting Marysville and Yuba City. Ask just about anybody who reg

KCRA.COM - 2017-11-23 23:13:00

Sutter extends gift shop hours for the holidays, recruits new volunteers

The Sutter Davis Hospital Auxiliary's Gift Shop is ready for the holiday season. The gift shop, a hidden gem among Davis retailers, is stocking its shelves with a variety of holiday decorations and gifts. Local residents are invited to check it out if they need additions to their holiday decor and a

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-24 21:56:16

Yuba City cousins die in crash with alleged drunken driver

Two young men from Yuba City were killed Sunday when a suspected drunken driver traveled through a stop sign and crashed into the side of their car. Mason Oakes, 20, and Ryan Jensen, 18, were on their way back to Yuba City about 5:38 p.m. when 47-year-old Marc Andrews allegedly sped past a stop sign


Yuba College students help prepare food for feasts

For the past three days, Yuba College culinary students have been seasoning, brining and prepping food for a community Thanksgiving dinner that will feed hundreds. The free community dinner - one of a few dinners sponsored in the area - will be at the Marysville Elks Lodge, 920 D Street, from 10 a.m