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Marchers in Huntington Beach join call for action on gun violence and school safety

As hundreds of thousands of people marched in Washington, D.C., on Saturday to protest gun violence, demonstrators gathered in Huntington Beach and in cities around the nation to share in the March for Our Lives, a response to the Feb. 14 mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla.

O.C. supervisor and state senator urge Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa as an emergency homeless shelter

Faced with the need to find additional space to house Orange County’s homeless population, county Supervisor Shawn Nelson and state Sen. John Moorlach are calling for the Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa to be used as an emergency shelter.

If the earth shakes, big waves could be coming: Newport learns what to do in case of a tsunami

In Newport Beach, the “Big One” might be an earthquake, or the tsunami that follows one. Tsunami and emergency response experts at a Newport workshop Thursday night offered tips on how to avoid the devastation of the quake-triggered waves.

Classic beach cars converge near Huntington Beach Pier for annual meet-up

Classic cars including woodies, Volkswagen buses, convertibles and wagons were on display Saturday during the 18th annual two-day Beachcruiser Meet in Huntington Beach.

Newport hops into spring with Egg Race festival

Newport Beach’s annual family-friendly spring carnival on the Civic Center lawn Saturday had kids shaking, rattling and egg rolling.

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