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  1. Brea Olinda High stadium dedicated to late community leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Wave

    Leonard McKain was asked in 2007 by Supervisor Bill Campbell, right, to present the ball to the Brea museum that was used in the Walter Johnson-Babe Ruth exhibition game played in 1924 in Brea. MacKain was present when Ted Craig gave the ball to the county.

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  2. Mock resuceA lesson in beach safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Wave

    Lifeguard Joey Callanan plays the part of a drowning victim as fellow lifeguards work on him during a mock rescue near the Seal Beach Pier on Monday. The faux rescue involved Seal Beach lifeguards responded to a swimmer in distress on the north side of the pier.

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  3. Three voting maps advance for considerationRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Capistrano Valley News

    A panel charged with carving Anaheim into six voting districts has narrowed its choices to three potential maps, all drawn by residents. One will be selected on Sept.

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  4. Companies, fans alike ride the live fantasy roller coasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | The Wave

    Brothers Brian, left, and Trent Frisina, of Aliso Viejo, co-founded Fantasy Aces, a daily sports fantasy site. Photographed at their $250,000 FantasyAces World Baseball Championship held in mid August at Angel Stadium.

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  5. With lots of talk, council chooses parking structure planRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | The Wave

    After nearly three hours at the Aug. 18 council meeting, the Brea City Council finally made some decisions on the prospects of a parking structure behind the Tower building in Brea Downtown. While some past councils barely spoke to one another on and off the dais, these folks discuss every issue into oblivion.

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  6. Most O.C. cities beat water targetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Wave

    Californians reduced their water use by 31 percent in July, surpassing the new state conservation target for a second consecutive month despite blistering heat. Orange County's nearly three dozen water suppliers reported an average 30 percent reduction, and most beat their goals.

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  7. Sheriff Hutchens, back on the stand in civil suit trial, again sites...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Wave

    Attorney Norman Watkins questions Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens during a civil trial brought by five former sheriff's department leaders on Thursday. Attorney Norman Watkins questions Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens during a civil trial brought by five former sheriff's department leaders on Thursday.

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  8. Madrona court case delayedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Star-Progress

    A court hearing of a lawsuit filed by a nonprofit against a Brea development has been postponed to Oct. 30. The lawsuit filed by Hills for Everyone against the city of Brea and the developer, Old Standard Life Insurance Company, of Madrona, a proposed community of estate-scale homes in Carbon Canyon, was originally scheduled to be heard on Friday. The court date is a big milestone for the development, where a judge would hear final arguments in the case and could make a ruling on whether Madrona's project approval should be rescinded.

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  9. Beauty pageant Ms. America comes to Brea this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Star-Progress

    Dozens of women from all over the United States will come to compete on Saturday in a beauty pageant in our own backyard. Ms. America, not Miss America, has most of the trappings of a typical beauty pageant the gowns, the interviews, the glamorous head shots.

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  10. Capistrano Valley football is reloaded and ready for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Wave

    Capistrano Valley's Tyler Waggoner, Alex Bale, Mitchell Nickovich, Kevin Brown will lead the Cougars this season. All except Brown were a part of last year's team.

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  11. CHP: One dead, two injured in Brea Canyon crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Wave

    A male motorcyclists was killed and another male motorcyclists and a male driver of a pickup truck were transported to the hospital after two motorcyclists crashed into the side of a Toyota Tundra pickup trying to make a u-turn on Brea Canyon Road near Tonner Canyon Road around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night in Brea. California Highway Patrol investigate after a male motorcyclists was killed and another male motorcyclists and a male driver of a pickup truck were transported to the hospital after two motorcyclists crashed into the side of a Toyota Tundra pickup trying to make a u-turn on Brea Canyon Road near Tonner Canyon Road around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night in Brea.

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  12. Fullerton woman seeking space for her alpacasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Wave

    Libby is pregnant. Margo Perryman strokes the alpaca's soft gray fur amidst a herd of the woolly, long-necked animals in the front yard of a home in La Habra Heights.

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  13. Whiting: In Yorba Linda, the hills are alive - with buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Wave

    Workers carve out a new road where houses will be built north of Bastenchury Road in Yorba Linda on Monday. Workers cement a new corner at a Toll Brothers housing development south of Bastenchury Road in Yorba Linda on Monday.

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  14. A taste of Brea's food and artsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Star-Progress

    There was food, live music, theatrical performances and art at this year's Brea Fest at the Civic & Cultural Center in Brea on August 21. David Richardson of Brea gives his dog, Buddy, a snack at Brea Fest. Richardson wasn't the only one to bring his pup along to the event.

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  15. Power outage leaves Brea residents in the darkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | The Wave

    A power outage in Brea closed a street and left more than a thousand residents without power Sunday afternoon, authorities said. A total of 1,178 residents were left without power at about 4:15 p.m. because of a downed power line in the 500 block of Fir Street, according to Southern California Edison and Brea police.

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  16. 13 people to be arraigned in Santa Ana pot dispensary raidRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Wave

    SANTA ANA Thirteen people are scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 15 on charges in connection with a controversial raid at a medical marijuana dispensary where Santa Ana police were caught on hidden video purportedly snacking on pot edibles. Anthony L. Curiale, a Brea-based attorney representing the defendants who are either volunteers or employees at Sky High Collective, said Friday he will enter not guilty pleas on their behalf in Orange County Superior Court.

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  17. Brea woman keeps flag flyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Wave

    People are greeted by a huge flag when they enter Pleasant Hills in Brea. Mary Louise Hause has been putting up and taking down the flag for 40 years.

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  18. Drummond: Present issues could impact future electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Wave

    While the sign-up period to run for positions representing Yorba Linda in city government and on water and school district boards is 11 months away, key issues are emerging in two of the contests that are certain to draw credible challengers to the 2016 electoral arena. For the past couple weeks, social media has been filled with widespread opposition to a substantial water and sewer rate increase scheduled to be imposed by the five directors of the Yorba Linda Water District at a Sept.

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  19. Brea scraps housing option for downtown structure, greenlights parking-onlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Wave

    A new $13 million parking structure in Downtown Brea is proposed to go behind the former Tower Records building, near Lillie's Q and Buffalo Wild Wings. Downtown owner Dwight Manley says businesses in that area have long suffered due to lack of nearby parking.

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  20. Former Brea Mayor Roy Moore diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Star-Progress

    The Brea Pack Rat, including then mayor Roy Moore, center, collected the most dollars at a Soroptimist Club 2006 fundraiser. At left is then councilman Bill Lentini, and at right, then councilman and currecnt mayor, Marty Simonoff.

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