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Orange (Orange, California)

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  • 'Charlie Rose,' 'NewsHour' short-term orphans in new PBS world

     
    Most Southern California viewers who want to watch PBS programs shifted on New Year's Day from KCET to KOCE, or "PBS SoCal," as the Orange County-based station now brands itself. The switch, triggered when Los Angeles' KCET dropped out of......
  • More than the basics at this bakery

    More than the basics at this bakery
    IRVINE — A punk when she attended University High School here, Rachel Klemek has always been allured by the subversive. Growing up in the South, and later in Irvine, she remembers not understanding the concept of cooking or enjoying food. Her...
  • Gas Station Near Middle School Sells Crack Pipes

    Gas Station Near Middle School Sells Crack Pipes
    SOUTH LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) - An investigation and home video recording by the watchdog web site reelurbannews.com reveals that a Watts gas station near a middle school is selling drug paraphernalia. The web site's investigation reveals that the ARCO gas...
  • KOCE changing name to PBS SoCal

    COSTA MESA — KOCE-TV, the Orange County public TV station that has operated for nearly four decades at Golden West College, will change its name along with its address and programs when it becomes Southern California's prime PBS station....
  • Police: Suicidal man caused freeway closure

    After holding up freeway traffic for more than three hours in a drug-fueled delirium, a Norwalk man who threatened suicide off a freeway interchange was talked off the ledge and arrested, police said Thursday. Dat Truong, 46, was booked on suspicion of...
  • Lobdell: Boat Parade is great — for everyone else

    I know I'm supposed to love the Christmas Boat Parade, but I just don't. It makes me feel a little Grinchy to admit this, but I have no desire to be among the estimated 1 million enchanted spectators who will line the bay front of Newport Harbor over...
  • 14 Alleged White Supremacists Arrested on Extortion, Murder Charges

    14 Alleged White Supremacists Arrested on Extortion, Murder Charges
    SANTA ANA, Calif. -- A gang sweep in Orange County has resulted in the arrest of 14 alleged white supremacists on suspicion of extortion, conspiracy and solicitation of aggravated assault and murder. The Orange County district attorney's office said...
  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the Laguna Beach City Council meeting of Dec. 7. * Retiree Condon honored Public Works employee Anthony Condon was honored by retiring City Manager Ken Frank and outgoing Mayor Elizabeth Pearson for his 20 years of service to...
  • Neighbors

    Orangewood names Grant to board Orangewood Children's Foundation, a private nonprofit serving abused and neglected children in Orange County since 1981, has named Laguna Beach resident Kathryn A. Grant to its board of directors. Grant is managing...
  • Rain Hits SoCal with Quick Punch, Then Moves Out

    Rain Hits SoCal with Quick Punch, Then Moves Out
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- After a brief reprieve on Christmas day, another storm brought a quick punch of rain and snow to Southern California Saturday night. The heavy rain cleared up by Sunday morning, leaving behind cloudy skies and cool temperatures,...
  • Girls of Steele showing strong

    Girls of Steele showing strong
    The Steele Canyon High School wrestling room has the words "Men of Steele" painted on the wall. Maybe they should amend that to read "Men and Women of Steele" now that it has the largest girls wrestling team in San Diego County. "People think that it's...