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  • Costa Mesa OKs Chargers' training camp lease

    Costa Mesa OKs Chargers' training camp lease

    With a unanimous City Council vote and a round of applause Tuesday night, Costa Mesa joined a select group of cities that can boast of hosting training camp for a professional football team. For up to the next 10 seasons, the Los Angeles Chargers will hold their summertime camp at the city's Jack...

  • Balboa Peninsula Trolley survey finds support for red bus — and no bus

    Balboa Peninsula Trolley survey finds support for red bus — and no bus

    If an online survey is any indication, Newport Beach could have a bold red shuttle bus to carry visitors and residents through the Balboa Peninsula during busy summer weekends. The survey of five potential color and typeface schemes for the Balboa Peninsula Trolley showed the "Boardwalk Memories"...

  • Part of Newport Harbor reopens to swimmers after closure caused by sewage spill

    A portion of Newport Harbor was reopened to swimmers and divers Tuesday night after a more than three-day closure caused by a sewage spill. The Orange County Health Care Agency received two sets of water samples from Newport Marina at West Coast Highway and Newport Boulevard showing normal bacteria...

  • Masked gunmen rob Huntington Beach hair salon

    Two masked men with handguns made off with cellphones and several hundred dollars in cash from a Huntington Beach hair salon Tuesday night, police said. Huntington Beach police received a call at 10:17 p.m. from Zie Beauty, a salon and supply store at 17316 Beach Blvd., reporting that a robbery...

  • Santa Ana police identify a suspect in fatal hit-and-run

    Santa Ana police identify a suspect in fatal hit-and-run

    Santa Ana police have identified a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run collision that killed a motorcyclist last week. Luis Eduardo Distancia, 45, is believed to have been driving a white 2006 Ford Econoline van that struck a motorcycle just before 5 p.m. Friday at Standard Avenue and Walnut Street,...

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  • Cherry Blossom Festival in Huntington Beach salutes Japanese culture

    Cherry Blossom Festival in Huntington Beach salutes Japanese culture

    Celebration was in bloom Sunday at Huntington Beach's Central Park as the city honored Japanese culture and the blooming of the park's cherry trees at the fourth annual Huntington Beach Cherry Blossom Festival. The event, presented by the Sister City Assn. of Huntington Beach, attracted thousands...

  • Waiter's alleged comments to Latino patrons touches a nerve for people of color

    Waiter's alleged comments to Latino patrons touches a nerve for people of color

    An incident at a Huntington Beach restaurant in which a waiter allegedly asked Latino patrons, “Can I see your proof of residency?” has touched a nerve. For Latinos and other minorities, the exchanges feel familiar, a part of life for someone of color. “It came out of left field. I was dumbfounded,”...

  • Burbank Unified discontinues use of weed killer Roundup amid concerns of cancer risks

    Burbank Unified discontinues use of weed killer Roundup amid concerns of cancer risks

    Days after a judge ruled that the herbicide glyphosate could be classified by state officials as a cancer risk under Proposition 65, Burbank school officials announced they would no longer use the chemical’s brand name, Roundup, citing concerns from parents and residents. School officials had previously...

  • Sewage spill closes part of Newport Harbor to swimmers

    Sewage spill closes part of Newport Harbor to swimmers

    A portion of Newport Harbor is closed to swimming and diving after 750 gallons of raw sewage spilled into the water Saturday afternoon. Sewage flowed from a storm drain into the water at Newport Marina at West Coast Highway and Newport Boulevard around 1 p.m., said Anthony Martinez, water quality...

  • Suspect in gas station robbery sought in Seal Beach

    Suspect in gas station robbery sought in Seal Beach

    Seal Beach police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man suspected of robbing a Mobil gas station Saturday night. Officers responded to the station at 12240 Seal Beach Blvd. shortly after 9 p.m. after receiving a report of a robbery. According to police, a man entered, brandished a...

  • Boys' basketball: Marvin Bagley III is Gatorade state player of the year

    Boys' basketball: Marvin Bagley III is Gatorade state player of the year

    Marvin Bagley III of Sierra Canyon has been named the Gatorade state player of the year in boys basketball. The 6-foot-11 junior made a huge impact, averaging 24.9 points and 10 rebounds. He shot 66% in helping the Trailblazers finish 27-3. Bagley scored a tournament record 43 points in Sierra...

  • Chargers' training facility deal goes before Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday

    Chargers' training facility deal goes before Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday

    Is Costa Mesa ready for some football? That's one of the questions before City Council members Tuesday, when they're scheduled to vote on a proposed agreement that would allow the Los Angeles Chargers to host their summer training camp at the Jack R. Hammett Sports Complex. The tentative deal,...

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