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  • Lincoln One Tank Trip: LEGOLAND California Resort

    Our SECOND Lincoln One Tank Trip features the world's first and only LEGOLAND Water Park. The imagination really flows at this interactive, splash-filled, fun time for the entire family. Effective August 2, all toddlers (ages 1-2 years) will be...
  • EDWARD WILLIAMS: Violent Gang Member Suspected In Attempted Murder With Assault Rifle

    EDWARD WILLIAMS:  Violent Gang Member Suspected In Attempted Murder With Assault Rifle
    An assault rifle in the hands of a known gang member is not what you want to see on the streets. Lakewood police say Edward Williams used such a gun to ambush an SUV and try to kill the people inside. Police say on August 11th at around 8 p.m. they...
  • Lincoln One Tank Trip: Action Zipline Tours

    Action Zipline Tours are the most exciting way to experience Big Bear year-round, whatever the weather. The three (3) hour tour includes an offroad ride two (2) miles into the forest in our safari jeeps, with nine (9) high-speed zipline runs that run down...
  • Free Whooping Cough Vaccines Offered at OC Clinics

    With cases of whooping cough still on the rise, the Orange County Health Agency is offering free whooping cough vaccines throughout the month. It starts this weekend at several locations across the county, including Northgate Markets in Santa Ana and...
  • PG&E Pays $1.6M to help Cover Canal Break Costs to Water Agencies

    PG&E Pays $1.6M to help Cover Canal Break Costs to Water Agencies
    PG&E will pay two Northern California water agencies $1.6 million to help cover additional costs because of a canal collapse last month. Placer County Water Agency and Nevada Irrigation District asked the utility company for financial help after the...
  • Apodaca: A 'marvelous, quirky' lady

    Apodaca: A 'marvelous, quirky' lady
    The first time I spoke with Claire Ratfield nearly a decade ago, she chased me down a school corridor, breathless, skirt flapping, her raspy voice calling out that she had to speak to me about my oldest son, who had just started sixth grade in her class...
  • DORIS MARIE FREITAG

    DORIS MARIE FREITAG   Doris Freitag, a 32-year resident of Glendale and former teacher at Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School, passed away of age-related causes at home in Simi Valley on Easter Sunday morning, April 24.  She was 93.   Doris was born...
  • Mary Dutton Weis

    Mary Dutton Weis June 19, 1917 to May 26, 2011 Mary Dutton Weis passed away on May 26, 2011 at the MountView Retirement Residence, where she had lived since Oct. 2010.  Mary was ill for much of her stay at MountView, but her last days were peaceful and...
  • Jeremy Collins Hill

    Jeremy Collins Hill
    Jeremy Collins Hill, 79 The Lord welcomed Jeremy “Jerry” home to be in His presence on May 29, 2011.  He passed peacefully in his home in Newport Beach, CA surrounded by his children and close friend and caregiver Lawrence.  Jerry fought a...
  • More than $170K raised for autism

    An autism fundraiser Saturday night raised more than $170,000 for four charities and the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. "An Evening for Autism" drew more than 600 community members, athletes, celebrities, politicians and business leaders for a...
  • June 21: Lunchbreak - Cherry Snow Cone Syrup

    June 21: Lunchbreak - Cherry Snow Cone Syrup
    Jo Snow Syrups Find them: Sundays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in Logan Square on Logan Boulevard & Milwaukee Thursdays 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in Lincoln Square off of Leland & Lincoln Fridays 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. in Forest Park at The Grove (Madison/Van...
  • Pendleton employee admits trying to snatch girl

    Pendleton employee admits trying to snatch girl
    VISTA, Calif. -- A Carlsbad man who was on probation when he tried to kidnap a 14-year-old girl as she walked home from middle school pleaded guilty Monday to false imprisonment and possession of methamphetamine. George Edward McKesson, 54, will be...