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Above the paved roads and plush neighborhoods that line the streets of Brea sits the Brea Olinda Oil Fields, and with it hundreds of wells that produce thousands of barrels each year.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Whittier Daily News
Whittier City Council candidates disagree on solutions for Uptown
WHITTIER >> The audience at Wednesday's Whittier Chamber of Commerce candidate's forum broke into laughter and applause at one candidate's response to a question about people feeling uncomfortable walking in Uptown and what should be done.
Expect to Run Into Dancers on Friday and Saturday
It's an ordinary morning at the 24th Street BART Plaza, except that three highly trained male dancers are circumnavigating, in graceful effortless unison, the perimeter of the plaza.
Australian Anti-Protest Law Targets Environmental Activists With Fines And Jail
Australia's state of Victoria passed the Summary Offences Act Tuesday , giving police extraordinary power to disperse protests, imprison and fine those who don't comply, and ban repeat offenders from certain areas.
Man exposes himself at Brea Mall, police say
The man may be involved in similar incidents at The Shops at Mission Viejo and Irvine Spectrum Center as well, police said.
Amash hit on abortion in challenger's first ad
Rep. Justin Amash's primary challenger is attacking him on abortion, accusing him of voting to "allow gender selection abortions to continue."
The San Diego Union-Tribune
She made a pizza lover out of me
Silverton and her fellow culinary superstars, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, opened Pizzeria Mozza at The Headquarters in downtown San Diego in November and immediately raised the bar in a town already known for having pretty darn good pies.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Brush fire shuts southbound 57 lanes
A nearly three-acre brush fire that burned near hillside homes Wednesday afternoon and closed three southbound lanes of the 57 freeway for several hours was quickly doused despite windy and dry conditions, officials said.
Fire-Resistant Vegetation, Aerial Attack Credited With Slowing Brea Fire
A homeowners association and an aerial attack received credit Wednesday for putting the brakes on a wind-driven fire in Brea.
Stephen Harper in B.C. after concluding South Korea deal
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in B.C. today after returning from South Korea, where he concluded negotiations on a free trade deal that would eliminate nearly all tariffs between the two countries.
911 Briefs -- Published March 12, 2014
Investigators are asking the public to assist them in apprehending a third person in connection with the shooting death of 22-year-old Marshawn Black.
Eskom asks coal mines to help avert crisis
Eskom had asked all coal mines to hop aboard and help the utility secure coal stocks as the wet weather looked set to continue possibly until next week, chief executive Brian Dames said yesterday.
Two arrested after drugs, weapons seized in Altadena
As a result of a three month investigation into gun and drug sales by suspected gang members, a task force arrested two men and seized two handguns, three rifles plus small amounts of cocaine and marijuana.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Hawaii Sen. Schatz pledges 5 Senate race debates
Three debates will be held in July and the dates have not been set for two others, which will be televised by KITV and Hawaii News Now.
The Campbell Reporter
California studies driverless car rules amid Google, Tesla development
Sooner or later, consumers will be able to buy cars that rely on computers -- not the owner -- to do the driving.
Chamber releases MJBEX Award nominees for 2014
One of 11 statues handed out at the 2013 Moose Jaw Business Excellence Awards at Heritage Inn Wednesday.
American Canyon Chamber annual golf tournament coming soon
The 5th Annual American Canyon Chamber of Commerce Dan Donahue Golf Classic is scheduled for May 9 at this city's Eagle Vines Golf Club, organizers announced.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Editorial: Deal signals end of personal property tax
Getting rid of the onerous personal property tax is one of the next items on the agenda for making Michigan more competitive.
Pierre Karl Peladeau.
Media baron and business magnate Pierre Karl Peladeau has been tapped by the Parti Quebecois to run for the separatist party in the upcoming provincial election.