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Caltrans announces upcoming full 710 Freeway Closures during the Weekends

Caltrans announces upcoming full 710 Freeway Closures during the Weekends

Free News Press – Caltrans will continue to close the 710 Freeway every weekend until Monday, October 17, 2011.  This Labor Day weekend the freeway remained open because no roadwork was being completed. The 710 freeway closures started back on August 5-8.   There [Read More]

Nixon Library commemorates 9-11 by bringing 20 tons of Steel from Collapsed World Trade Center

Nixon Library commemorates 9-11 by bringing 20 tons of Steel from Collapsed World Trade Center

YORBA LINDA Calif. (FNP) – The Nixon Presidential Library will have 20 tons of  burnt remnants of the scrap steel from the collapsed World Trade Center on display this week to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the September 11th 2001 attacks. There will be special [Read More]

Verizon to offer $10,000 Reward to stop Copper Cable Thefts in Southern California

Verizon to offer $10,000 Reward to stop Copper Cable Thefts in Southern California

NEWBURY PARK, Calif. (FNP) – Verizon announced a $10,000 reward to the person who can provide information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of copper cable thieves.  There has been several thefts of copper wires and cables throughout Southern California.  [Read More]

Huntington Beach Ocean View Little League team hopes to win Championship Game

Huntington Beach Ocean View Little League team hopes to win Championship Game

HUNTINGTON BEACH Calif. (FNP) – Huntington Beach’s Ocean View Little League team hopes to win the World Series Little League Championship after playing Japan today. Excitement has been growing as the California Little League team anticipates a chance at the [Read More]

Orange County Board of Supervisors pick Proposal 21-C for new Boundaries

Orange County Board of Supervisors pick Proposal 21-C for new Boundaries

 Free News Press – The Orange County Board of Supervisors announced that they picked Redistricting Proposal 21-C as the new district map boundaries.  The redistricting process will address the population changes counted during the 2010 U.S. Census.  Each county [Read More]

Westminster Passes Resolution in Support of Free Trade Agreement

Westminster Passes Resolution in Support of Free Trade Agreement

WESTMINSTER Calif. (FNP) – The Westminster City Council passed a resolution this week urging the U.S. senate to pass the U.S. South Korea Free Trade Agreement. The free trade agreement has been in the works since February of 2006. Negotiations concluded in April of 2007, [Read More]

5.8 Magnitude Earthquake shakes the East Coast

5.8 Magnitude Earthquake shakes the East Coast

Free News Press – A 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook residents near Mineral, Virginia at 1:51 pm ET, on August 23, 2011. Initially, the US Geological Survey recorded the earthquake at a 5.9 magnitude, but has since downgraded the event to a 5.8 magnitude rating. The [Read More]

Southern California Grocery Workers approve Strike Option

Southern California Grocery Workers approve Strike Option

ANAHEIM Calif. (FNP) – Grocery Workers at Ralphs, Vons, and Albertsons gave approval for union officials to call a strike if contract negotiations fail. The grocery store unions represent 62,000 workers in Southern California. Over 90 percent of the union workers [Read More]

Japan Earthquake activity Increases

Japan Earthquake activity Increases

Free News Press – Over the last three days, earthquake activity increased with higher magnitude ratings off the shores of Japan. A 5.1 magnitude earthquake took place today, August 20, 2011 (local time), in the Hokkaido region. Another 6.3 magnitude earthquake [Read More]

Stock Prices Crash on Monday while Treasury Yields Advance

Stock Prices Crash on Monday while Treasury Yields Advance

Free News Press – Stock prices collapsed Monday as investors scramble to sell. It was the 6th largest point decline ever and the 13th largest percentage change since World War II. Investor confidence was shaken after Standard and Poor’s downgraded the U.S. debt last [Read More]

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Los Alamitos Race Track Expansion Project

Los Alamitos Race Track Expansion Project

CYPRESS CA (FNP) – The Cypress City Council will hold a meeting Monday night to discuss improvements at the Los [Read More]

Home Builder Confidence Good in November

Home Builder Confidence Good in November

Free News Press – Despite the wrangling in Washington, Home Builder Confidence remains good in November, according to [Read More]

Deep Space Telescope to observe Comet ISON

Deep Space Telescope to observe Comet ISON

Free News Press – NASA will be using one of their telescopes designed for the study of distant galaxies to examine [Read More]

Anaheim Considers Six Seat Council

Anaheim Considers Six Seat Council

ANAHEIM Calif. (FNP) – The Anaheim City Council will be mapping four and six council districts at their future [Read More]

Coyotes Spotted in Cypress

Coyotes Spotted in Cypress

CYPRESS Calif. (FNP) The city of Cypress is warning residents that coyotes have been spotted in the urban areas of [Read More]

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