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  • BMX riders hit the street for a $25,000 prize

    BMX riders hit the street for a $25,000 prize

    About 30 BMX riding professionals gathered in Huntington Beach on Saturday to compete in the BMX Street Invitational for a $25,000 prize. Last June, Vans debuted the first BMX Street Invitational in Huntington Beach with world-renowned BMX street riders. Dozens of people showed up to watch the...

  • Violence breaks out at pro-Trump rally in Huntington Beach

    Violence breaks out at pro-Trump rally in Huntington Beach

    Three people are arrested, one on suspicion of using pepper spray. State parks official puts attendance at 2,000 marchers and 30 counterprotesters.

  • 2 crashes leave 2 dead on westbound 91 in Fullerton

    Two fiery crashes left two people dead and blocked all lanes on the westbound 91 Freeway in Fullerton for several hours early Saturday, the California Highway Patrol said. The first crash was reported at 1:29 a.m. Callers to the CHP said a gray Honda was on fire and debris was scattered across...

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  • Bennett: Best parts of Mexico's food scene converge at Puesto

    Bennett: Best parts of Mexico's food scene converge at Puesto

    Puesto might be the only restaurant in Irvine that will change the way you think about Mexican street food. But in order for it to work its magic, you'll have to leave your expectations at the door. Otherwise, you'll spend most of your first visit to the too-cool, 3-month-old restaurant as I did,...

  • State of the City address highlights Glendale’s safety, budget and development

    State of the City address highlights Glendale’s safety, budget and development

    Nearing the close of her first term as Glendale’s Mayor, Paula Devine lauded the safety of the city and its balanced budget for fiscal year 2016 at the annual State of the City address Wednesday, but she warned of the potential for a multimillion-dollar loss in the General Fund. Glendale continued...

  • Glendale Community College to hold job fair Thursday

    Glendale Community College to hold job fair Thursday

    Glendale Community College will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday on Plaza Vaquero on the school’s campus. Participants should bring resumes and dress for interviews. Several employers with job opportunities will take part in the free event, according to organizers. For a list of...

  • Man who beat elderly patient at Fountain Valley hospital gets 7 years in prison

    A former Fountain Valley hospital patient received a seven-year prison sentence Thursday for repeatedly punching a 91-year-old man with whom he shared a room, prosecutors said. Ibrahim Yousef Battat, 39, of Laguna Niguel attacked the elderly man in June 2014 and tried to suffocate him at Fountain...

  • Fairgrounds balks at 5-year contract renewal for OC Marathon

    Fairgrounds balks at 5-year contract renewal for OC Marathon

    The Orange County Fair Board held off Thursday on renewing its rental contract with the OC Marathon, opting instead to more closely examine a deal that would have allowed the for-profit company an additional five years' use of the fair property in Costa Mesa. In an 8-0 decision, with board member...

  • 3 Huntington Beach businesses hit in string of burglaries

    3 Huntington Beach businesses hit in string of burglaries

    Three Huntington Beach businesses in the same area were broken into between Monday and Wednesday, police said. Surf City Tacos at 815 Indianapolis Ave. was burglarized early Monday, Taqueria Minimex at 204 Adams Ave. was hit Tuesday or Wednesday and Sail in Liquor at 230 Adams was broken into Wednesday...

  • Put down your plastic straws, group urges

    Put down your plastic straws, group urges

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  • Crescenta Valley water conservation status goes from yellow to blue

    Crescenta Valley water conservation status goes from yellow to blue

    The Crescenta Valley Water District lowered its water conservation status from yellow to blue Friday, providing customers more flexibility in how they conserve water. The change removes limitations on outdoor watering days. However, watering three to five days is still encouraged, and standard...

  • Alex Theatre continues its healthy financial trend

    Alex Theatre continues its healthy financial trend

    Back in 2012, when Elissa Glickman first took the role of chief executive for Glendale Arts — the nonprofit that manages the Alex Theatre on behalf of the city of Glendale — the state dissolved the city’s Redevelopment Agency, and with it, an annual $415,000 for the venue. The following year, a...

  • Theater Preview: ‘Pie’ serves as recipe about mothers, daughters

    Theater Preview: ‘Pie’ serves as recipe about mothers, daughters

    “Yes, we’re cooking an apple pie right on stage,” said Maria Gobetti, co-artistic director of the Victory Theatre Center. Make that two dozen apple pies — one pie will be baked from start to finish during each of the 24 performances of Lawrence Thelen’s new comedy, “Pie in the Sky,” premiering...

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