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2 hrs ago | CBS Local
The 19-year-old son of a divorced couple found shot to death in their San Juan Capistrano home is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on charges of murdering his parents, shooting his brother and trying to kill one of his sisters.
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3 hrs ago | Huntington Beach Independent
An Orange County prosecutor says an effort to dismiss the death penalty against alleged Seal Beach mass killer Scott Dekraai should be denied because the defense failed to show that prosecutors engaged in the type of egregious misconduct that could lead to dismissal.
6 hrs ago | Digital Pro Sound
At just 14-years-old, Indie Artist Maddy Vance is breaking down doors and bringing back braces.
Ann odd phenomenon of Southern California are regions of extreme density per room.
A new smartphone chatting application called Yik Yak is causing problems in middle schools and high schools across the United States, officials say.
Originally posted at 12:05 p.m. March 9, 2014. Updated with new information. At least one person was shot and wounded today at a home in Dana Point and Orange County sheriff's deputies were searching for the suspected gunman's car in the San Onofre area, a sheriff's department spokesman said.
When Kathy Flippin opened her Orange County massage business more than a decade ago, local regulations weren't very welcoming.
This photo of Thursday's town hall showing Valley High teacher Benjamin Vasquez next to Adriana Munoz, director of Children's Health Initiative OC, was captured by Univision.
Luke Matjas' exhibit "A Swirling Cloud of Dust and Gas Like This," creates a twisted world and a colorful daze with his use of man-made objects and vivid imagination.
A new social media app, abused my teens, has gained more than 240,000 followers since its launch five months ago.
Fullerton City Council voted March 4 to request an extension to the Bastanchury Road widening project, with questions being raised by community members as to whether the street is safe for bicyclists.
An Irvine woman was sentenced today to 37 months in federal prison for defrauding a group of Roman Catholic Sisters of $285,000, which she misappropriated and spent for her own use after promising to use the money to help the nuns purchase a retirement home.
A three-judge arbitration panel awarded an Orange County man more than $15 million for the injuries he suffered in a 2009 bicycle accident that left him a paraplegic, his attorney said today.
Fifty-nine-year-old Linda Rose Gagnon of Irvine was sentenced Friday for wire fraud and was ordered to pay restitution.
A fifth case of measles has been confirmed in Orange County over the past nine weeks, officials said today.
A college student was arrested on suspicion of shooting his parents to death in their luxury Southern California home in February, authorities said Friday.