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Last Week's DUI arrests by HBPD more    
Huntington Beach YMCA Debuts KidsZone Renovations more HB Literacy Volunteers Giving Back at SSTs Simon & Jude more Timeless Treasures Boutique's 5th Street event more
Big Mess Band coming to Shooters Sport's Bar this weekend more Huntington Beach Happenings more A typical weekend at the House on the Hill more
Orange County Republican Party Endorses Travis Allen more Time to Plan for Huntington Beach Horse Shows a True Showcation Location more Hebrew High Students Bake Matzah more


Southland News Stories

$1.25M Funding Approved for the Construction of Mental Health Center at Orange County's Children's Hospital more Costa Mesa adds two new planners to Economic and Development Services department more Love comes to Costa Mesa this Saturday more
SAPD Officers found Critical Missing Child more Fullerton Elks Lodge Honors April's Special Child more Back to Natives will promote native plant landscaping at South Coast Plaza Spring Garden Show more
Hot! Hot! Hot! more Pageant of the Masters Breathes Life into Art at Laguna Beach's Festival of Arts more Gas Prices Rise Nationally, Following Oil's Lead more
Santa Ana PD Investigating In-Custody Death more Fullerton Police Chief promotes three to Sergeants more 4th - 6th graders! Join the ENC Science Explorers Camp at the Back Bay more


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2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata and CX-5 Earn Top Honors in New York Daily News' Annual 2018 DNA Awards

California Mediator Mark Baer Calls Upon the State Legislature to Create Stronger Ethics Laws for Lawyers

Mending Kids Celebrates 4th Come Home Event in Malibu

MJ Biotech Inc. Current & Future Business Operations

SouthBay Pavilion’s Annual Ladies Night Out Fundraiser for Youth Scholarships in Carson

Women in Newport Networking Community Forum Will Be Held on April 23

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Mr. President: Fire Them Before They Fire You more If You Don’t Agree With Me, You’re a Racist Who Likes Death more

The Fall of James Comey more

Half of Californians support deportations, Muslim travel ban, survey more

On Capitol Hill, it’s open season on religious beliefs more

Democrats claim that ‘women are dying’ because they are losing elections more


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Huntington Beach YMCA Debuts KidsZone Renovations


HB Literacy Volunteers Giving Back at SSTs Simon & Jude


Timeless Treasures Boutique's 5th Street event


Big Mess Band coming to Shooters Sport's Bar this weekend


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