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  1. Ever-shifting 'Accomplice' keeps changing the rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Wave

    Playing a variety of characters, including themselves, are Michael J. Keeney , Destiny Osmialowski, Melisa Cole and Sean Hesketh. Rupert Holmes' 1990 comic thriller "Accomplice" takes delight in pulling the rug out from under audiences and keeping them guessing.

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  2. Brea Mall robbery suspect leads police on chase to Santa AnaRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Orange County Register

    A man who led police on a high-speed chase through Orange County after reportedly stealing purses from the Brea Mall was arrested Thursday at a halfway house in Santa Ana, authorities said. Charles Dorsey, 49, is reported to have stolen three purses valued at $700 around 1:38 p.m. from the Macy's women's department at the Brea Mall before getting into an altercation with loss-prevention officers, according to Lt.

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  3. 3.0 magnitude earthquake hits near BreaRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Wave

    A magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported Thursday afternoon one mile from Brea, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The small quake struck at 3:35 p.m., but there are no reports of injuries or damage, according to the Brea Fire Department.

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  4. Foes of Councilman Murdock say his backers are having campaign signs removedRead the original story

    Thursday | The Wave

    Opponents of Brea Councilman Brett Murdock accuse his supporters of having signs critical of him taken down in several locations. Glenn Vodhanel was ordered to take down his large sign opposing Murdock's re-election outside the Lambert Road office building where he runs his software company, after Councilwoman Christine Marick called and emailed the building's owner to complain.

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  5. County helps cities watch sex offendersRead the original story

    Thursday | The Wave

    The county will pay La Habra up to $17,000 through the end of June for the 2014-15 fiscal year. Compensation will include personnel costs such as salaries, benefits, overtime, training and travel.

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  6. Setting the record straight on the garden voteRead the original story

    Thursday | The Wave

    As a former Brea planning commissioner, I'll correct Mr. Banas' assumption that items passing committee automatically receive City Council approval. If this is so, we do not need a city council.

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  7. For your eating pleasure: The best build-your-own pizza placesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | The Orange County Register

    On Thursday , Blaze Pizza opens its 20th Southern California location. To celebrate, the Gateway Shopping Center location in Brea will offer free pizzas Friday from 11 a.m. to midnight to anyone who follows Blaze Pizza on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.

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  8. Candidates assert campaign platforms at packed forumRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | The Wave

    The six candidates running for Brea's City Council stated their positions on hot-button issues at a forum in front of packed council chambers. The candidates fielded questions from the audience regarding government transparency, Brea's pension system, water rates, and the already-approved Madrona development.

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  9. State PAC dips into Brea raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Current

    A list of contributors includes a Boston-based company that partners with water agencies to create infrastructure projects, a homebuilder, and Dwight Manley, a Brea native and major downtown property owner. One mailer criticized Murdock for voting in favor of a $215,000 drought-tolerant demonstration garden in September, while saying the city's finances are "on the rocks."

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  10. Council candidates talk 'toughest issue'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Wave

    My second and final question, at least in a column, for Brea City Council candidates Glenn Parker, Michael Kim, Cecilia Hupp, Brett Murdock, Steven Vargas and Marc Harris is: As with the tiered water rates question last week, their responses were limited to 75 words and published in the order received. Glenn Parker : Unfunded pension and retiree medical liabilities.

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  11. Signal timing finally fixed at four Placentia intersectionsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Wave

    Q. Now that millions have been spent to fix Placentia Avenue and millions more on the Kraemer Boulevard underpasses, when will the traffic lights get synched on Chapman Avenue and Kraemer Boulevard in Placentia? One can sit on Kraemer forever, yet no traffic is moving on Chapman. When the light finally turns green when headed south on Placentia, I run into another red light at the next signal.

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  12. Fountain Valley city, police websites to get faceliftRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Fountain Valley View

    Following a unanimous vote by the Fountain Valley City Council on Oct. 7, a redesign of the city and Police Department's websites will translate to about $25,000 in savings over the next five years. The city will hire Civic Plus - a company specializing in local government website design - to rebuild the site and integrate it with that of the Police Department.

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  13. Anaheim mayoral candidate Lucille Kring on FOX 11's "You Decide: SoCal 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | The Wave

    Mayoral candidate Lucille Kring discusses hiring Anaheim law enforcement officers and other issues affecting the city with the Register's Brian Calle on FOX 11 News. The show airs on FOX 11 every Friday at 10:30pm, leading up to the November election, and will feature various Southern California candidates, breaking down the biggest, and most contentious, campaign issues.

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  14. Fullerton City Council candidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Star-Progress

    Should city government contract or expand in Fullerton? Why and how? Merging the Fire Department command staff with Brea, for example, appears to be working and saving money. Are there other departments or services that can be merged with other cities or contracted out? Less government is more.

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  15. Editorial: Parker, Hupp, Vargas for Brea CouncilRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The Wave

    It may say something when a longtime city council member, resigning in frustration, calls for a wholesale removal of the entire council. Such is the case with Roy Moore, a four-term member of the Brea City Council, who has decided against another reelection bid.

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  16. Council candidates weigh in on tiered waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Star-Progress

    This year, Marc Harris, Cecilia Hupp, Michael Kim, Brett Murdock, Glenn Parker and Steven Vargas are in the running. Each was given the same question: "What would you change about Brea's tiered water rates?" Their responses were limited to 75 words and are published in the order received.

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  17. On garden issue, council majority seems disconnectedRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 9 | Star-Progress

    Last June, a Register editorial, "It doesn't all have to be spent," stated: "As revenue improves, government should show restraint." Obviously the Brea City Council majority did not read the editorial or did not comprehend the concept as at the Sept.

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  18. Football coaches look back and preview this week's gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | The Wave

    Last week's game : The Timberwolves offense was led by strong performances by Brian Abel and Sam Aguilar. The Timberwolf defense was led by Barry Baker with seven lead tackles and four assists.

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  19. T. Jefferson Parker stretches outRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | The Orange County Register

    Tuesday : Pen on Fire Speakers Series: 7 to 9 p.m. In conversation with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett, Scape Gallery, 2859 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. Tickets are $25. For more: Oct. 19 : Laguna Niguel Library.

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  20. Maverick Theater brings film classics to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | The Wave

    Brian Newell, owner of Fullerton's Maverick Theater, said he isn't trying to reinvent community theater, just improve it by providing theatergoers a unique experience. The theater company is in the middle of production on the first of three very popular seasonal plays it is known for this time of year.

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