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Man held on suspicion of murder after teen tumbles from back of pickup

A 22-year-old man was arrested Friday on suspicion of killing a 14-year-old boy who apparently fell out of the back of a moving pickup in Jurupa Valley, authorities said. Deputies were called about 10:30 p.m. Thursday to the intersection of Live Oak and Lakeside drives regarding a possible hit-and-run,...

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  • Huntington's Central Park senior center celebrates its first year

    Huntington's Central Park senior center celebrates its first year

    The Huntington Beach Senior Center in Central Park bustles every day with visitors working out in the gym, sharpening computer skills and taking dance lessons. The 38,000-square-foot facility at 18041 Goldenwest St., which will celebrate its first anniversary with a public gala July 29, has exceeded...

  • O.C.’s first small-format Target store opens near UC Irvine

    O.C.’s first small-format Target store opens near UC Irvine

    Orange County’s first small-format Target opened this week across from UC Irvine. The 20,000-square-foot store, tucked between a Chipotle Mexican Grill and Blaze Pizza in the University Center off Campus Drive, replaces a 24 Hour Fitness. Target officials said the store is among 45 nationwide that...

  • Costa Mesa and New Harbor Inn agree to settle their legal battle

    Costa Mesa and New Harbor Inn agree to settle their legal battle

    The city of Costa Mesa and the owners of the New Harbor Inn have reached a truce in a legal battle that lasted more than a year. During a closed session Tuesday, the Costa Mesa City Council voted unanimously to settle two cases related to the 32-room motel at 2205 Harbor Blvd., which the city had...

  • OC Fair extends its reach to nonprofits and local kids

    OC Fair extends its reach to nonprofits and local kids

    Just because it’s summer does not mean learning takes a break, even at the Orange County Fair. On Wednesday, 57 children who receive free academic support during the school year and four weeks in the summer at the Shalimar Learning Center in Costa Mesa watched men milk a cow and learned about oxen...

  • Disneyland resort launches digital version of Fastpass, but it will cost you

    Disneyland resort launches digital version of Fastpass, but it will cost you

    Disneyland’s Fastpass system, the ride reservation system that the park invented in 1999, has moved into the digital age. The Anaheim resort launched a smartphone version of the ride reservation system Wednesday. It operates from the park’s smartphone app, and unlike the free reservation system...

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  • Costa Mesa awards $28.7-million construction contract for Lions Park projects

    Costa Mesa awards $28.7-million construction contract for Lions Park projects

    Costa Mesa’s vision for the next chapter of Lions Park took another step toward reality Tuesday night when City Council members voted to approve a $28.7-million construction contract for a collection of projects, including a new library. On a 4-1 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Sandy Genis opposed, the...

  • Man dies after falling from paddleboard in Huntington Harbour

    Man dies after falling from paddleboard in Huntington Harbour

    A 26-year-old man who fell off a paddleboard in Huntington Harbour died Tuesday afternoon soon after being pulled from the water, officials said. Jose Mendoza of Lakewood was stand-up paddleboarding with a relative near the 16500 block of Channel Lane at about 3:30 p.m. when he fell off the board...

  • In Theory: Is Mark Zuckerberg right in his assertion that Facebook is like a church?

    In a June 22 speech widely covered and at turns derided by the media, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg compared his company’s social network to a church. Yet as the site surpassed 2 billion users, Zuckerberg said at a Community Summit in Chicago he would like users to feel part of “a more connected...

  • Hollywood Burbank Airport continues to see passenger numbers rise

    Hollywood Burbank Airport continues to see passenger numbers rise

    Passenger numbers continue to climb at Hollywood Burbank Airport as officials reported this week a 15% increase during May compared to the same month in 2016. A combination of competitive fare pricing, a recovering economy and traffic congestion at Los Angeles International Airport are some of...

  • Local pharmacy in the finals for national honor

    Haig Pharmacy, an independent pharmacy for 30 years in Glendale, is a finalist for the 2017 Good Neighbor Pharmacy of the Year Award. Good Neighbor Pharmacy is a national network of independent pharmacies and a part of AmerisourceBergen. Local residents can vote for Haig Pharmacy to receive the...

  • On the Town: It’s a change of the guard for Las Candelas

    On the Town: It’s a change of the guard for Las Candelas

    Las Candelas members recently thanked outgoing President Ellyn Semler for her two years of service and congratulated Nancy Stone, who will pick up the gavel when meetings resume in September. After year-end reports were presented, Cathy Keen conducted the installation of officers during the final...

  • On the Town: Fab Four brings the Beatles to life at Starlight Bowl

    On the Town: Fab Four brings the Beatles to life at Starlight Bowl

    It may have taken a long and winding road to get up to Burbank’s Starlight Bowl, but once there, Saturday evening concert-goers twisted, shouted and reveled in the music of the Beatles performed by their sight-and-sound doppelgangers, the Fab Four. Following a crowd-pleasing set by the Answer,...

  • L.A. Chargers name Hoag their ‘official healthcare partner’

    L.A. Chargers name Hoag their ‘official healthcare partner’

    The Los Angeles Chargers are teaming up with the Newport Beach-based Hoag healthcare network as the NFL franchise’s “official healthcare partner.” Under a multiyear partnership announced Friday, Hoag Hospital and the Hoag Orthopedic Institute will provide comprehensive healthcare services to the...

  • Former Duck Dustin Penner casts off Newport Beach home with slick rooftop deck

    Former Duck Dustin Penner casts off Newport Beach home with slick rooftop deck

    Two-time Stanley Cup champion Dustin Penner has sold his home in Newport Beach for $1.899 million. The East Coast-vibe house, built in 2008, sits about half a block from the beach on the Balboa Peninsula. It features vaulted ceilings, an oversized master suite and a center-island kitchen with custom...

  • Laguna Beach house strikes a contemporary poise

    Laguna Beach house strikes a contemporary poise

    This custom-built house is set in the Montage Ocean Estates area of Laguna Beach. The contemporary combines concrete, stone and polished wood surfaces to create a warm modern ambiance. Bronze-encased floor-to-ceiling windows and doors and 14-foot ceilings bring in abundant light and expansive views...

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