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  • Free tax filing help available for Californians

     
    Working families that made less than $49,000 last year can get free help preparing their income tax returns and qualifying for up to $12,000 in federal tax credits, said Jerome Horton, chairman of the California Board of Equalization. The total......
  • Carl's Jr. parent may move to Texas [Updated]

     
    Carl's Jr. is in "very early" talks to move its headquarters to Texas, a spokeswoman said Wednesday. The company's president, Andy Puzder, has been on a media blitz through the Lone Star State for the last couple of days, where......
  • Residents of a private island in Newport Bay lose bid to keep bridge closed to public

     
    An Orange County judge ruled against the residents of a private island in Newport Bay in their fight to keep their footbridge from being opened to the public. The Bay Island Club, an association of 24 homeowners, had sued the......
  • Man sentenced to 9 years in state prison for crash that killed TapouT clothing co-founder

     
    The man convicted of killing mixed martial arts pioneer and TapouT clothing line co-founder Charles “Mask” Lewis Jr. in a high-speed crash was sentenced Friday to nine years in state prison....
  • Target Corp. to pay $22.5 million in settlement over alleged hazardous waste dumping

     
    Target Corp. has agreed to pay $22.5 million to settle a multiyear government investigation into the alleged dumping of hazardous waste by the retail chain, according to court documents filed this week. The settlement, pending final approval by a judge,.....
  • Federal loans available for victims of recent storms

     
    The federal Small Business Administration announced Thursday that it will make low-interest loans available to California homes and businesses damaged in recent heavy rainstorms. The region was hit by a series of storms from Dec. 17 through Jan. 4,...
  • Suicide marks second Metrolink fatality in same day

     
    A man committed suicide in Tustin by walking in front of a Metrolink train, the second of two fatalities Friday involving the commuter line in Southern California, officials said....
  • Lawsuit challenges curfews imposed by gang injunctions

     
    In their ongoing battle against the city's entrenched gangs, prosecutors and the Los Angeles Police Department have relied increasingly in recent years on a favorite bureaucratic weapon: Court-ordered injunctions. The injunctions aim to severely curtail...
  • O.C. attorney to be arraigned in investment scheme

     
    An Irvine attorney is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday on charges that he stole $898,000 from 11 victims in an investment scheme with two other men, the Orange County district attorney's office said. Attorney Jan Morton Heger and Ramon Andres......
  • Storm brings strong winds; flash floods are possible

     
    A powerful storm moved into Southern California on Friday afternoon, bringing with it winds and the threat of water spouts and lightning. Periods of heavy rain were reported in Orange, San Diego, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and officials expected....
  • Mortgage rates dip back below 5%, Freddie Mac says

     
    The typical rate for a 30-year home loan fell below 5% this week for well-qualified borrowers as tension in the Middle East resulted in lower yields on mortgage securities. Freddie Mac's weekly survey of lenders, released Thursday, showed that lenders.......