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What’s with all the helicopters near the Anaheim resort area?

Residents between Fullerton and Anaheim may have noticed a variety of helicopters buzzing overhead Friday and will see several more over the weekend. They are in town for an expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, the largest gathering in the world of the vertical aviation industry. The Helicopter Association International has brought its annual HAI…
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OC when the sun comes out after the rain

The recent rains followed by the emergence of the sun from behind the clouds set the stage for some beautiful views and a refresh for Mother Nature. Enjoy a few moments caught in Orange and Tustin by one of our photographers. Following days of rain, a dog pauses in Santiago Creek as it flows from…
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Dodgers’ Gavin Stone learned from last year’s failures

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Major league hitters were not kind to Gavin Stone during his rookie season. They battered him for a 9.00 ERA in his eight-game MLB baptism last year, hitting .338 with eight home runs and 61 baserunners in the first 31 innings of his major league career. In a way, though, they did…
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Despite DA’s racially charged comments, life sentence of Newport Beach double-murderer is upheld

An appeals court has upheld the life sentence of a Black man convicted in a brutal Newport Beach double-slaying, ruling that prosecutors were right not to pursue the death penalty in the midst of allegations by the defense and others that racially charged comments by DA Todd Spitzer violated the state’s recently enacted Racial Justice…
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Fans snap up Olivia Rodrigo cookies in Palm Desert before singer’s tour-opening show

Dozens of fans lined up to pick up Olivia Rodrigo’s signature cookie at Crumbl Cookies in Palm Desert on Friday, Feb 23. Chris Rodrigo, the singer’s father, was at the store to pick up cookies for his daughter, who is in town to kickoff her Guts World Tour tonight at the nearby Acrisure Arena. The…
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U.S. sponsors for unaccompanied migrant children not properly screened, federal watchdog says

The Department of Health and Human Services placed unaccompanied migrant children crossing the border in 2021 with some U.S. sponsors who weren’t properly vetted, raising concerns they could be exploited, according to a new report from the agency’s government watchdog. The Office of Inspector General issued a blistering 62-page report last week detailing troubling gaps…
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Former students allege human labor trafficking at Olivet University in Anza

A group of former students is suing Olivet University in Anza, alleging they were victims of human labor trafficking and forced to work, without pay, after coming overseas to attend the private Christian college on full scholarships. The four former students — Dawin Liranzo Galan, Roland Broccko, Minerva Ruiz and Rebecca Singh — traveled from Spain,…
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Kings host Ducks in a Freeway Faceoff rivalry rematch

The Kings and Ducks will square off in the second installment of this season’s Freeway Faceoff on Saturday night, with it being the first matchup between coaches Jim Hiller and Greg Cronin. Cronin guided the Ducks through the prior meeting, which the Kings won, 5-2, and also marked the first 5 Freeway grudge match for…
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Olivia Rodrigo surprises fans with limited edition trading cards: Here’s how to get them

Singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo launches her Guts World Tour at Acrisure Arena in Palm Desert on Friday, Feb. 23 and the Murrieta-native surprised fans with a special treat: limited edition trading cards. The first fans that get in the doors of each of her North American tour stops will have a shot at getting one of the limited-edition…
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Freddie Freeman homers as Dodgers hand Padres another Cactus League loss

THE GAME: Freddie Freeman homered on the first pitch he saw this spring and the Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres for the second consecutive day, 4-1, on Friday afternoon at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. PITCHING REPORT: Starter Landon Knack retired the side in order in each of the first two innings, striking out…
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