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Santa Ana 'House of Horrors' reveals hundreds of pythons (Video)

Neighbors in a Santa Ana, Ca. suburb had been complaining for some time about the dreadful smell emanating from the home of one William Buchman. Finally investigations revealed the source of the odious odor and neighbors will be able to breath easy.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Orange County to pay $4.4 million to family of Marine shot by cop

San Clemente - Orange County, California will pay more than $4 million to the family of an unarmed Marine shot dead by a sheriff's deputy in 2012.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 5 comments

Police trying to identify human remains found near NY outlet mall

Central Valley - Police in one of the counties north of New York City are asking for the public's help in identifying human remains that were found approximately a month ago near a popular shopping outlet mall.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 7 comments

North American Bancard's 'Point & Pay' flourishing in Florida

Whenever the need to pay a bill arises today, there always seems to be a convenient nearby solution made possible by mobile technology.
In the Media by Michael Essany

Orange County Water District sees education as key to future Special

Fountain Valley - As the 21st Century moves further along past its first decade, no doubt issues about resources and the environment will be at the top of the list of global concerns for the generations to come.
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell

Orange County celebrates anniversary of groundwater system Special

Fountain Valley - While many consider California "the Golden State" with an abundance of so much, few realize it is very dependent upon water. Annual rainfall levels are critical to the agricultural and business life of one the world's most popular and prosperous places.
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell - 1 comment

Southern Cal water customers have the gift of water in 2013 Special

Fountain Valley - Water management officials in Southern California have much to be happy about in the New Year because this past Dec. 18, two important Orange County Water District (OCWD) projects
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell

Large sinkhole opens up near Florida homes, some residents flee

Windermere - Several residents in one Florida community are feeling a huge sense of uncertainty because of a massive sinkhole that opened up in the backyard of one home this week.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 4 comments

‘Free speech zones’ or fair trials – the Mark Schmidter story Special

Orlando - Mark Schmidter wanted to be involved in the political process, but wasn’t satisfied with traditional forms of civic participation. So he turned his attention to the courts. For his troubles, the 64-year-old Schmidter received a 151 day prison sentence.
Digital Journal Report by Mike Lapointe - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Yet more police killings, stateside this time

A man is shot dead in front of his two daughters; a youth is shot dead in his grandmother's apartment. Both unarmed, both killed by police officers.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 1 comment

California woman convicted of 1994 slaying of wealthy boyfriend

Santa Ana - Nanette Ann Packard McNeal, 46, was convicted in court on Monday for the Dec. 15, 1994 murder of her boyfriend, Bill McLaughlin.
In the Media by Kevin Fitzgerald

Man accused of peeping on women in Epcot bathroom

A man was arrested on Thursday at Disney's Epcot park in connection with allegedly peeping on a woman and her daughter in a bathroom located in the park.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl

Jefferson County, Alabama Sets Record with Chapter 9 Bankruptcy

Birmingham - Jefferson County, Alabama declared the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history this week. The debt stems from an upgraded sewer system.
In the Media by John Dewar Gleissner - 1 comment

Deputies free California man stuck inside tree trunk

Laguna Hills - The Orange County Sheriff's department handled an unique type of rescue on Tuesday when they discovered a man had gotten himself stuck inside of a hollow tree trunk.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 3 comments

Casey Anthony trial – second day on stand for detective

Continuing coverage of the trial of Casey Anthony for the murder of her daughter Caylee as detective Yuri Melich spends a second day on the stand.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

California's water is delicate, precious and overlooked Special

As the California landscape receives a healthy downpour of rainfall for this time of year, water management-system experts want to remind the public that water is a very precious necessity.
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell - 2 comments

California family sued for practicing water conservation

Los Angeles - Most North Americans are in love with their lawns, even when those lawns suck up large amounts of resources, particularly water.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 14 comments

Stranded motorist skateboards off busy freeway

A person skateboarding on a freeway is something most motorists and Highway Patrol officers don’t usually expect to see.
In the Media by Sandy Sand

Huge numbers of Humboldt Squid invade California waters

The giant squid has returned to California waters -- and there are so many that fishermen are filling their daily quotas within a few hours of setting out to fish.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 2 comments

Dad charged with killing daughter, keeping her body in freezer

A 56-year-old father has been indicted in Orange County, California on charges of torturing and shooting his 21-year-old daughter. Her body was stuffed in a freezer inside a recreational vehicle in Dec. 2006 but not found until Oct. 28, 2008.
In the Media by Salim Jiwa - 9 comments

U.S. Ambassador wants human trafficking to be known as slavery Special

Costa Mesa, CA-U.S. government leaders and community activists convened for an anti-human trafficking meeting at Vanguard University of Southern California on Friday, October 9.
Digital Journal Report by Melana Preston

New Policy For Taser Use In Orange County Jails

Orange county deputies will no longer use Tasers on inmates that are handcuffed or restrainted. The new policy has been adopted after the department was criticised on the use of stun guns in the jail setting.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 6 comments

'Institutionalized Laziness' From officials At Orange County Jail

In a probe that was kicked off because of the beating death John Derek Chamberlain, 41, by nine inmates that have been charged with first-degree murder, the District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, accuses the officials of "institutionalized laziness."
In the Media by Susan Duclos - 9 comments
 

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Orange County Water District sees water education as vital for the future of water as the 21st Centu...
Courtesy of Orange County Water District Media Dept.
Orange County Water District sees water education as vital for the future of water as the 21st Century enters its second decade. This is why for the past 17 years water education festivals have been helping schools to raise awareness about the future of the earth's natural resources.
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Orange County barbershop also used illegally as a strip club.
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Orange County barbershop also used illegally as a strip club.
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A photograph of Sgt. Manuel Loggins Jr released shortly after he was shot dead by a deputy in Orange...
A photograph released shortly after his death
A photograph of Sgt. Manuel Loggins Jr released shortly after he was shot dead by a deputy in Orange County, California
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The World’s Largest Wastewater Recycling System for Indirect Potable Reuse

Photo Credit: Jim Ku...
Jim Kutzle, Orange County Water District.
The World’s Largest Wastewater Recycling System for Indirect Potable Reuse Photo Credit: Jim Kutzle, Orange County Water District. Photo courtesy of Orange County Water District media department
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One of the projects funded by the allotment received from Prop 84 is the sediment removal work that ...
Courtesy of Orange County Water District media dept.
One of the projects funded by the allotment received from Prop 84 is the sediment removal work that needs to be done for the Prado Dam.
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Schools are provided with a very important opportunity to learn about water and the impact water and...
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Schools are provided with a very important opportunity to learn about water and the impact water and water use has upon the population.
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Sinan Kanatsiz speaks at an Internet Marketing Association conference - YouTube screengrab
YouTube Screengrab
Sinan Kanatsiz speaks at an Internet Marketing Association conference - YouTube screengrab
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In the Power-Point chart the project will build wells to protect the quality of the water from sea w...
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In the Power-Point chart the project will build wells to protect the quality of the water from sea water and to improve the yield of available ground water.
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Orange County Water District is pleased and happy to be celebrating the fifth anniversary of their g...
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Orange County Water District is pleased and happy to be celebrating the fifth anniversary of their ground water replacement system.
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