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  • Food and wine events

    WEDNESDAY The wine life Enjoy a five-course wine-tasting dinner in the relaxed, neighborhood environs of Risotto Ristorante in the San Fernando Valley. Winemaker Ardison Phillips from McKeon-Phillips Winery in Santa Barbara County will host and chef...
  • Letters to the editor

    Put merit first Re “UCLA said yes. Now, the hard part.,” Column One, Feb. 2 As a UCLA student, I am disappointed that our school has chosen diversity over merit. Though Karina De La Cruz's experiences are not to be made light of, they do not...
  • Garden Grove Charity Hit by Thieves Flooded With Donations

    Garden Grove Charity Hit by Thieves Flooded With Donations
    GARDEN GROVE -- A charity in Garden Grove that had $100,000 worth of donated goods stolen by burglars is seeing a generous outpouring from the community and those across the nation. Bill Fogarty, executive director of the United Labor Agency of Orange...
  • Man Killed During Traffic Stop Allegedly Took Cop's Gun

    Man Killed During Traffic Stop Allegedly Took Cop's Gun
    GARDEN GROVE --A suspect who was shot and killed by a Garden Grove police officer grabbed the officer's gun and pointed it at him, according to investigators. 35 year old Jaime Castellano Suarez, the passenger in a car pulled over Sunday for loud music,...
  • Socal Man Accused of Killing Wife, Burning Her Body

    Socal Man Accused of Killing Wife, Burning Her Body
    GARDEN GROVE -- A burning body found in a field off Temescal Canyon Road has been identified as 22-year-old Sharon Elizabeth Contreras. Police now say the victim's husband killed her then set her body on fire. The body was found -- still burning --...
  • Police: Suspect in Hotel Murder Linked by DNA

    Police: Suspect in Hotel Murder Linked by DNA
    GARDEN GROVE-- A gang member is under arrest, charged with killing a prostitute who was found dead in a Garden Grove hotel room last month. Cesar Gomez, 34, was arrested and charged Thursday for the strangulation murder of 24 year old Ashley Nicole Lilly...
  • For the DeLorean, it's back to the present

    Danny Botkin's love affair with the DeLorean got off to an unpromising start. It was the early '80s and a teen-age Botkin was tagging along while his father shopped for a new car. A Ford dealer had a rear-engined, gull-winged DeLorean on display, and the...
  • Garden Grove mechanic sentenced for sexual assualts

     
    A Garden Grove auto mechanic who sexually assaulted five women after luring them into a service pit under the pretense of showing them needed repairs was sentenced today to 14 years in state prison, according to the Orange County district......
  • Violent crimes declined in Southern California cities in 2009

     
    The number of violent crimes reported in cities across much of Southern California dropped in 2009 from the previous year, according to preliminary figures released Monday by the FBI. The statistics show that areas of Orange County and the Inland......
  • O.C. man convicted of orchestrating parents' murder for Y2K money [Updated]

     
    A Garden Grove man was convicted Tuesday of orchestrating the 1999 stabbing murder of his parents in order to steal money they had stored in a safe deposit box in anticipation of a potential Y2K computer glitch. A Superior Court......
  • Pipe bombs found in Garden Grove home

     
    Orange County sheriff’s deputies recovered two pipe bombs and a hand grenade Wednesday from a home in Garden Grove, an agency spokesman said. Local authorities raided the home on Chapman Avenue and found several boxes in the backyard containing...
  • Garden Grove man sentenced in songbird smuggling case

     
    A Garden Grove man who tried to smuggle rare songbirds into the United States by attaching them to his calves was sentenced Monday to four months in federal prison. Sony Dong, 46, pleaded guilty last year to one count of......