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Lake Forest (Orange, California)

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  • Speed limits may change in Irvine

    IRVINE — The City Council is considering an ordinance that proposes to raise or lower speed limits along 22 stretches of roadway. It would cost Irvine $3,500, which would be paid out of its Public Works budget, to install new signs posting the...
  • Greer's OC: Free shows with local music

    Local music fans will love that the OC music scene is in the spotlight in a big way now through March 5. Musicians will be performing each Tuesday night at free shows throughout OC for the 10th anniversary OC Music Awards Showcase Series. The next...
  • Suspected rapist faces multiple charges

    Suspected rapist faces multiple charges
    A Lake Forest man is scheduled to go on trial next week on charges that he sexually assaulted multiple women in Orange County — including one in Newport Beach — over the last decade. Sekayi Rudo White, 33, is charged with 14 counts of rape,...
  • O.C. Bargainista: A'Maree has just the thing

    Save up to 70% on the well-edited women's designer clothing collection at A'Maree, 2241 W. Coast Hwy., Newport Beach, at their winter clearance sale through Feb. 5. Call (949) 642-4423. * Change your room with a few good pieces For gorgeous furniture...
  • Facing foreclosure?

    Facing foreclosure?
    Attention owners who are in danger of losing your homes: Your fate is in your own hands. Sadly, there may be no way out for the worst off of you. If you have lost your job and have no prospects for another one, for example, there may be no getting around...
  • Dual degree programs give motivated students head start

    Dual degree programs give motivated students head start
    Phil Swarbrick graduated from Chicago's DePaul University last year with a Bachelor of Science degree in network technology and a Master of Science degree in computer information and network security. Under normal circumstances, the undergraduate and...
  • Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist

    Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist
    Richard J. O'Neill, a prominent landowner and Democratic Party activist who helped transform the landscape of Orange County by developing his family's vast Rancho Mission Viejo, died Saturday. He was 85. O'Neill, who served as California Democratic Party...
  • Edward Gotschall dies at 53; helped found subprime giant New Century Financial

    Edward Gotschall, one of the founders of subprime mortgage giant New Century Financial, died Thursday at his home in Cota de Caza. He was 53. The former high school football standout, who retired as New Century's chief financial officer, was watching a...
  • Two major fires still burn

    Despite benefiting from weaker than predicted weekend winds, firefighters Sunday were unable to fully contain the last two threatening Southern California wildfires, and authorities said one of the blazes might not be surrounded by ground crews until...
  • 'Mentally unstable' Iraq veteran arrested in death of girlfriend, 19

    'Mentally unstable' Iraq veteran arrested in death of girlfriend, 19
    John Wylie Needham was known as an easygoing surfer who liked to paint and play guitar and bounced from job to job. He knew he needed direction in life. So two years ago he joined the Army and eventually shipped off to Iraq. This, he thought, would...
  • O.C. Fire Chief: 'Had we had more air resources, we would have been able to control this fire'

    O.C. Fire Chief: 'Had we had more air resources, we would have been able to control this fire'
    At least a dozen Orange County homes had burned by this morning and thousands more were in danger as flames as high as 75 feet devastated rural canyon communities, fire officials said. The Santiago fire continued to push east today, fueled by brittle...