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U.S. attorney won't file charges in iPad investigation

The U.S. attorney has decided not to file charges after a lengthy FBI investigation into the bidding process that won Apple a contract to provide an iPad to every student, teacher and administrator in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The decision, announced Tuesday, brings to a close an...

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  • Bicyclist in serious condition after collision in Newport Beach

    Bicyclist in serious condition after collision in Newport Beach

    A bicyclist was seriously injured in a collision with an SUV in Newport Beach on Monday night, police said. Newport Beach police and firefighters responded to the area of Westcliff Drive and Rutland Road around 6:40 p.m after receiving a report of a traffic collision involving a man on a bicycle....

  • Road rage incident leads to injuries to 4 people, Huntington Beach police say

    Road rage incident leads to injuries to 4 people, Huntington Beach police say

    Three men and a woman were injured in a fight that broke out following a road rage incident in Huntington Beach on Saturday night, police said. The conflict began as a verbal back-and-forth between drivers and ended in a brawl at Springdale Street and Slater Avenue around 5 p.m., said Huntington...

  • SWAT team rescues adult kidnapping victim from Newport Beach

    A man kidnapped during a drug deal in Newport Beach was rescued by a SWAT team shortly before midnight Sunday in Anaheim, police said. The Santa Monica Police Department notified Newport Beach police about 6:20 p.m. Saturday that a possible kidnapping had occurred in the city during a drug deal....

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  • Who stole $1,600 worth of potted plants in Fountain Valley?

    Who stole $1,600 worth of potted plants in Fountain Valley?

    Fountain Valley police are seeking the public's help in identifying two men suspected of stealing $1,600 worth of potted plants last month. Security camera footage shows the men making off with the plants in the 10700 block of Warner Avenue just after midnight Jan. 22, according to Fountain Valley...

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  • Rohrabacher and activists trade barbs after scuffle at congressman's office

    Rohrabacher and activists trade barbs after scuffle at congressman's office

    Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) says activists involved in a scuffle that injured a staff member and resulted in a 2-year-old girl being knocked on the head with a door at his Huntington Beach office Tuesday were "engaged in political thuggery," but constituents say they were trying to get...

  • Despite surplus, Costa Mesa's financial forecast looks cloudy, official says

    Though they currently have the happy problem of choosing how to spend a budget surplus of more than $10 million, Costa Mesa City Council members likely will have to consider belt-tightening or moneymaking measures to stave off shortfalls in coming years, according to figures discussed this week....

  • Shark advisory lifted after sighting off Huntington Beach pier

    Lifeguards lifted a shark advisory Wednesday afternoon along a stretch of Huntington Beach where a 7-foot shark was seen Tuesday. Huntington Beach lifeguards issued the advisory Tuesday afternoon after a fisherman hooked what appeared to be a juvenile great white shark off the end of the pier,...

  • Newport bans water jetpacks from harbor

    Newport bans water jetpacks from harbor

    Three months after the city's lone water jetpack operator closed up shop at Newport Harbor, the Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday night barred businesses from operating the machinery in the harbor in the future. Without discussion, the council voted 5-1 to approve the ban, with Mayor Kevin...

  • OCC suspends student who recorded professor's anti-Trump comments; appeal is filed

    OCC suspends student who recorded professor's anti-Trump comments; appeal is filed

    The Orange Coast College student who secretly video-recorded his human-sexuality professor’s classroom comments calling President Trump’s election victory “an act of terrorism” is being suspended for violating campus policy, though he has appealed the decision. In a Feb. 9 letter, Victoria Lugo,...

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