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Fishing boat comes ashore at Crystal Cove; 4 men found as authorities search for other possible occupants

Laguna Beach police and U.S. Border Patrol officers are continuing to search for five men from Mexico who are believed to have been aboard a panga-style boat that went ashore at Crystal Cove State Park on Tuesday morning, authorities said.

Doctor is accused of sending 'sexually motivated' messages to Newport Harbor High School cheerleaders

A Newport Beach doctor was charged Monday with two misdemeanor counts of child annoyance on allegations that he sent messages with sexual connotations to two Newport Harbor High School cheerleaders. 

Huntington Beach police will use 2 drones in yearlong public safety test program

The Huntington Beach Police Department received the City Council’s unanimous approval Monday night for a one-year pilot program to learn how two drones can be used to enhance public safety.

Newport-Mesa works to change how math classes are offered to middle school students

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District is working to modify how math classes are offered in middle school with a new course sequence that officials say would establish a stronger foundation for students to flourish in high school.

Tony Award-winning ‘The Color Purple’ at Segerstrom Center reimagines a woman’s journey to love

Orange County native Carrie Compere plays Sofia in "The Color Purple" at Segerstrom Center for the Arts from Tuesday to June 24. The play, she says, is a story of humanity.

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