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  • Bricks tossed through windows of suburban school hosting anti-gay event

    Bricks tossed through windows of suburban school hosting anti-gay event
    Several bricks were thrown through windows Saturday morning at a Christian school in Arlington Heights, hours before the school hosted a banquet organized by a group that describes itself as "dedicated to exposing the homosexual activist agenda." The...
  • Woman raped after getting off bus

    Woman raped after getting off bus
    SAN DIEGO -- A 31-year-old woman was attacked and raped by two men when she got off a bus  in San Diego's Barrio Logan neighborhood, police said. The woman told investigators she was grabbed after stepping off a bus at Logan and Sampson avenues around 8:...
  • James Charles Hardick Jr.

    James Charles Hardick Jr.
    James Charles Hardick Jr. 11 Aug 1985 - 5 Apr 2012 Left behind was his wife Jessica, son Connor, daughter Lillie, mother Debbie, father Bob, brother Brandon. In lieu of flowers, we would appreciate funds for Connor’s and Lillie’s college...
  • Suspect's identity sought in trolley sex assault

    Suspect's identity sought in trolley sex assault
    SAN DIEGO – Detectives released a photograph Thursday of a man suspected of attempted robbery and sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman near a trolley station. The victim was at the trolley station at 400 Euclid Avenue around 3 a.m. Sunday...
  • Castles & Kings Exhibit

    The Children's Museum at La Habra's new fall exhibit, Castles & Kings, invites you to step into a world filled with armor and swords, court jesters, knights, and royal costumes! Learn about village life in the middle ages with hands-on activities...
  • Greer's OC: Each item like a small piece of history

    Yoki Shop recently relocated to a new store in Newport Beach on the Coast Highway. The shop is the brainchild of its owner and founder, Jeff Yokoyama, a longtime surf industry veteran who designs Generic Youth, Yoki's Garden and Pidgin Orange clothing...
  • Civil unions law draws protests downtown

    Civil unions law draws protests downtown
    Opponents of the new law that will allow same-sex civil unions rallied at the Thompson Center today demanding that Illinois voters be allowed to decide the fate of the issue through referendum. Days before a measure that will give gay couples the same...
  • 1 dead, 3 others wounded in separate shootings

    1 dead, 3 others wounded in separate shootings
    At least one person died and three others, including a 15-year-old boy, were injured in three separate evening shootings across the city, Chicago police said. Daniel Green, 21, of the 7100 block of South Euclid Avenue, was the man killed, according to...
  • Fullerton Acupuncture Worker Arrested On Sexual Assault Charges

    Fullerton Acupuncture Worker Arrested On Sexual Assault Charges
    FULLERTON (KTLA) -- An employee of a Fullerton acupuncture clinic was arrested for alleged sexual assault of a patient. Chan Joon Park, 68, of La Habra, was arrested and booked into Fullerton jail on charges of oral copulation, sexual penetration and...
  • Pasadena's YWCA revamp to be part of bigger civic center project

    Pasadena's YWCA revamp to be part of bigger civic center project
    Historic restoration of Pasadena’s landmark YWCA building could come as part of a package development deal that includes an underground parking garage and a new building in front of City Hall. The city is seeking proposals to refurbish the YWCA,...
  • Pasadena announces street closures for Saturday's 626 Night Market

    Pasadena announces street closures for Saturday's 626 Night Market
    The 626 Night Market returns Saturday, with 170 vendors expected to set up in front of Pasadena City Hall. The event mimics popular night markets in Asia. The first event, held on April 14, attracted around 10,000 people. The food tents, which offered...
  • Cop shoots at charging pit bulls

    Cop shoots at charging pit bulls
    SAN DIEGO -- A police officer opened fire on a pair of pit bulls Monday, missing them, when the canines charged him on a City Heights roadside. The patrolman was responding to a report of aggressive dogs running loose in the neighborhood just east of...