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Garden Grove PD honors its explorer post at annual banquet

Garden Grove Police Chief Todd Elgin told a gathering of about 200 people what it means to be an explorer. He knows. He once was an explorer himself. [caption id="attachment_23930"...

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Competitors test their mettle, support worthy cause at OCSD Women’s Fitness Challenge

They scaled walls and hoisted barbells, trudged through sand toting 60-pound sacks, performed pullups and climbed ropes. The 120 women who took part in the second-annual OCSD Women’s Fitness...

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Garden Grove PD ups efforts to crack down on distracted drivers

Garden Grove Police Motor Officer Katherine Anderson has seen just how distracted drivers can become on their cell phones. “I have even looked at people's pictures as they scroll through them...

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Tustin PD volunteer Rich Ruedas puts in some serious hours with a smile

Tustin Police volunteer Rich Ruedas starts his Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday shift bright and early at 4:30 a.m. His job? Making sure the TPD fleet of patrol vehicles is fueled, prepped and ready to...

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Classic car and motorcycle enthusiasts support APD’s car seat inspection program

Bluesy guitar riffs echoed throughout the parking lot of the City National Grove of Anaheim on Saturday, April 15. A black 57 Chevy, a customized, bright-red Ford Model A and other four-wheeled...

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Orange PD rolls out red carpet for visiting 'Officer Colin,' 9, of the Ithaca PD

For most of his life, Colin Hayward Toland, 9, has been battling brain cancer. He's a celebrity in his hometown of Ithaca, N.Y., because of his relationship with the Ithaca PD, which in September...

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La imaginación puesta en marcha en el Día de Servicio de Bomberos en el Centro de Entrenamiento North Net en Anaheim

Adelynn Flesch, de 8 años y residente de Anaheim, aprendió algo nuevo durante el Día de Servicios de Bomberos, que se realizó en el Centro de Entrenamiento North Net en Anaheim. Patrocinado...

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OCSD's pioneering nasal spray kit in O.C. helps save lives of overdosing drug addicts

In the unforgettable scene in the classic 1994 film “Pulp Fiction,” Uma Thurman’s character, who has overdosed on heroin, instantly is revived after John Travolta’s character stabs her in the...

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A note, a little boy, and some caring La Habra Police Department officers

The woman approached the officers eating lunch at a Mexican restaurant. Instinctively, La Habra PD Officer Tim Shea’s guard went up. It’s not every day a person approaches an officer. And these...

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Fountain Valley Officer Rick Nilos eulogized as a hero, protector, loving husband and dad

He was a guardian. A warrior. A protector. A man who served his family, his neighbors and his fellow Americans. He was a hero. Officer Rick Nilos, an 11-year member of the Fountain Valley Police...

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