Best BBQ by Neighborhood In Orange CountyThere are three things that make up great BBQ: large helpings, plentiful meat and delicious sauces. Orange County has a surprising number of barbecue restaurants so we went around and found the best of the best.
Rape Suspect Arrested In Seal BeachRobert Lua, 35, met his victim on eHarmony, police say.
Police Chase Down, Capture Seal Beach Burglary SuspectsSeal Beach police pursued the suspects into Long Beach, where they crashed.
Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Seriously Hurt Seal Beach MotherShe suffered two broken bones below her knee, a dislocated ankle and two foot fractures.
Study: Quake Could Sink Seal Beach WetlandsGeologists say areas along the Newport-Inglewood fault could sink in the event of a large earthquake.
Seal Beach Residents Deal With Major Flooding They Haven't Experienced In Years"It's crazy, absolutely crazy," said one man, "went to watch the Packers game earlier, and came home to this."
11 Animals Linked To Accused Fake Rescue Group Dead, Police SayThe Seal Beach woman who runs the group faces multiple felony charges.
Police: Seal Beach Woman Allegedly Peddled Sick Puppies Via Fake RescueMegan Ann Hoechstetter, 42, is believed to have set up Pawlosophy, a fake rescue organization, and using it to sell animals possibly obtained from Mexico.
Seal Beach Bank Robber Could Be Behind Heists In Laguna Beach, TorrancePolice say a man who robbed a Chase Bank in Seal Beach Thursday may be the same man behind recent heists in Laguna Beach and Torrance.
Most Haunted Places in Orange CountyFrom famous tourist attractions to haunted celebrity boats, OC contains enough allegedly haunted places to make you think twice about turning off your night light for several weeks.
4 Teens Arrested In Drive-By Pellet-Gun Shooting In Seal BeachA 5-year-old child and a woman suffered minor injuries after being shot on Electric Avenue at 12th Street.
Long Beach Coast Could Stay Closed Through Saturday After Sewage SpillLong Beach’s coasts could be closed until at least Saturday after a 2.4 million-gallon sewage spill near downtown Los Angeles, even after Seal Beach reopened its coastline to swimmers and surfers Thursday.

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