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  1. Trade group promotes O.C. as clean-tech hubRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | The Wave

    Ladera Ranch's EmiSense Technologies, Santa Ana's MelRok, Costa Mesa's Biix and Irvine's Phoenix Energy Technologies were all about making buildings smarter with energy-efficiency software. "Orange County is a hub," Gregory Trimarche, chairman of the trade group CleanTech OC, told some 200 executives, academics and government officials at its annual gathering and expo in Irvine this month.

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  2. Feds, local clash over immigration arrestsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Orange County Register

    Scope: Orange County is far from the only area dealing with changes to immigration policy. Federal officials have indicated that thousands of immigrants have been released from jails this year despite efforts to keep them behind bars, which immigration officials claim constitutes a public safety threat.

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  3. Man with gunshot wound found in Santa Ana parking lotRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Wave

    Santa Ana police Sgt. Jim Rose said officers responded to a report of a shooting at 7:45 p.m. and discovered the unresponsive man in a parking lot at West First and North Fairview streets.

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  4. O.C. schools to receive $12.7million for repairsRead the original story

    Saturday | The Wave

    The money will pay for repairs or reimburse districts for already completed work to roofs, classrooms, plumbing, electrical wiring, heating and ventilation and other projects at 10 campuses in Santa Ana, two in Orange and one in Yorba Linda. The funding is distributed by the State Allocation Board and comes from the landmark 2004 Williams v.

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  5. Canadian pilot, passenger accused of smuggling $2 million in ecstasy into John Wayne AirportRead the original story

    Friday | The Current

    A man and woman from Canada remain in federal custody on charges they attempted to smuggle 50,000 ecstasy pills and nearly 90 pounds of ecstasy powder worth about $2 million by private plane into John Wayne Airport. Gilles Lapointe, 61, and Krista Boseley, 30, were arrested Oct. 10 for conspiracy to distribute a Schedule 1 controlled substance, according to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana.

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  6. Man dies after going into cardiac arrest while hiking in Yorba LindaRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | The Orange County Register

    A man in his 50s died Friday afternoon after going into cardiac arrest while hiking with family members on South Ridge Trail in Yorba Linda, according to the Orange County Fire Authority. OCFA officials were called at 1 p.m. The man had been hiking for about 30 minutes with two family members when he went into cardiac arrest and one of them performed CPR, OCFA Capt.

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  7. Shooting forces lockdown of two schoolsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Wave

    Two schools were placed on lock down Thursday afternoon following a nearby shooting that left a 16-year-old boy wounded. The boy was shot about 1:30 PM in the area of Doreen Way & Edinger Avenue, about five blocks northwest of Sepulveda Elementary School.

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  8. Santa Ana calendar: Oct. 17-23Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Wave

    The Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Presidents Round Table featuring several guests including Santa Ana College President Erlinda Martinez Oct. 17. The topic focuses on ways to improve the local economy. It runs 7:30-9 a.m. at the Tustin Ranch Golf Club, 12442 Tustin Ranch Road in Tustin.

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  9. 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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  10. New city council members to pay full retirement contributionsRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Fountain Valley View

    The City Council on Oct. 7 voted 4-1 to require new and re-elected council members to pay full retirement contributions of 7.5 percent to the city's Public Agency Retirement System Plan. The requirement is expected to save the city its 3.75 percent contribution, or about $213 per year, per council member, said Jean Hirai, the city's human resources manager.

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  11. Police need public's help to find dead man's next of kinRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | The Wave

    Police are seeking the public's help in finding relatives of a transient who was found dead in May in Santa Ana. The man, who went by the name Lam Pham at the time of his death, was a 51-year-old Asian man with a thin build.

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  12. Report: Santa Ana mayor has conflictRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The Orange County Register

    A city investigation into Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido found that he violated financial interest filing requirements and may have committed a conflict of interest related to a land swap. The 2010 property swap with a city contractor eventually netted Pulido a $197,000 profit, according to the investigative report by former Riverside County District Attorney Grover Trask, who was contracted by the city. 1 comment

  13. Santa Ana police search for missing man, 62, with dementiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The Orange County Register

    Keep it civil and stay on topic. No profanity, vulgarity, racial slurs or personal attacks.

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  14. Drowning calls up in Orange CountyRead the original story

    Monday Oct 13 | The Wave

    But on Sunday when emergency responders were summoned to a community pool on Keywood Lane in Santa Ana to help revive a 2-year-old boy, Orange County recorded its 74th drowning call of the year. There have been 19 deaths of people 50 or older, seven fatalities of individuals between the ages 17 and 49 and six deaths of those 16 and under.

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  15. Letters: Voter ID laws don't limit voting rightsRead the original story

    Monday Oct 13 | The Wave

    COSTA MESA, Christopher Winkler : Contrary to claims about voter ID laws, identification doesn't limit ability to vote ["High courts restore law limiting North Carolina vote" [News, Oct. 9]. To parrot nonsense claiming it does is hogwash.

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  16. Garden Grove police veteran always had chief goalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | The Wave

    "My goal was always to be a police chief," said Elgin, 50, a department captain whose great-grandfather was a police chief in Missouri in the 1950s. "He was my inspiration.

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  17. Suspected drunk driver arrested after short pursuit, crashRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 11 | The Wave

    A man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Friday night after leading police on a short pursuit that ended in a crash, police said. Officers first spotted the man driving erratically near St. Gertrude Place and Bristol Street about 11 p.m., said Santa Ana police Cdr.

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  18. Two drivers injured in head-on crashRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 11 | The Wave

    Both drivers were in separate cars. The two collided about 9:15 p.m. near Main Street and Town and Country Road, said Orange County Fire Authority Capt.

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  19. Editorial: Yes on Santa Ana BBRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 11 | The Wave

    Santa Ana voters are faced with two competing measures on the Nov. 4 ballot, both proposing to regulate marijuana collectives and cooperatives doing business in Orange County's second most-populous city. Measure BB was placed on the ballot by the City Council.

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  20. New option for marriage licenses and passportsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 9 | The Wave

    The Orange County Clerk-Recorder will now process passport applications and issue marriage licenses at a new location, the County Community Center in Westminster. Applicants can apply for a passport book, a passport card or a marriage license at this location and have a passport photo taken for $15.

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