3 Arrested In Death Of Anaheim Man Trying To Stop Theft Of Work VanJose DeJesus Berrelleza, 33, died from the injuries he sustained when he fell from the stolen work van at about 6:20 a.m. in the 100 block of Melinda Circle.
Man Fatally Struck In Anaheim While Trying To Stop Thief From Stealing His CarPolice say the man had confronted a thief in the act of stealing his car. During the confrontation, the man was struck by the fleeing vehicle.
Anaheim Airman Jason Khai Phan Killed In Crash During Routine Patrol In KuwaitSenior Airman Jason Khai Phan, 26, was killed in a single-vehicle, non-combat related accident while conducting a routine patrol outside the perimeter of Ali Al Salem Air Base, Hanscom AFB officials said in a statement.
Anaheim Company Shows Future Of Pandemic-Era School Lunches: Parents Pick Meals Via App, All Food Packed In Individual BagsBecause of the pandemic, one Orange County company says it will look like entrees and sides picked by parents via app, all neatly packed together by kitchen workers in individual bags.
Garden Grove Woman Booked For Murder In Crash That Killed Pregnant Woman In AnaheimCourtney Pandolfi was booked Wednesday on suspicion of murder, DUI causing bodily injury and driving on a suspended license. She is being held on $1 million bail.
Anthony Rendon Compares Piping Music Into Stadiums To Seeing Pizza, But Smelling Hamburger: 'It's Dumb'Pro sports is scheduled to restart later this month without fans in the stands, but new Angel Anthony Rendon thinks it’s “stupid” to pipe in the noise of crowds into stadiums during games.
Fans Can Be At Angels Season Opener With $89 Cutouts Of ThemselvesLocal health and safety guidelines prohibit fans from attending games at the Oakland Coliseum this season – but fans can still make their presence known by buying a cutout of themselves.
Disneyland's Splash Mountain To Be Re-Themed After 'The Princess And The Frog'The rollercoaster’s theme had been criticized recently because of the racist undertones of the 1946 animated film it was based on, “Song of the South.” Critics say the film stereotyped Black characters.
A Total Of 7 Anaheim Firefighters Have Tested Positive For CoronavirusSeven Anaheim firefighters have tested positive for the coronavirus and one firefighter has been put on a ventilator due to complications.
Online Petition Urges Disneyland To Delay ReopeningA change.org petition that was started Thursday, a day after Disneyland announced it would reopen to the public on July 17, has nearly reached its goal of 25,000 signatures within a day.
Woman Hospitalized After Hand Becomes Stuck In Meat Grinder At Anaheim RestaurantThe woman was given pain medication before Anaheim Fire and Rescue removed the meat grinder from her hand, Anaheim police Sgt. Shane Carringer said.
No More Crowds? Reopened Disneyland Will Include Physical Distancing, Chief Medical Officer SaysWhat will the Magic Kingdom look like when it reopens?
Coronavirus: Socially-Distant Parade Celebrates Anaheim Man's 106th BirthdayElmer Thill's neighbors lined the streets across from his home, holding birthday signs, while a convoy of police vehicles and fire trucks passed by to celebrate his birthday.
Wearing Masks, Orange County Begins Marrying Couples Again In Memorable Civil WeddingsThe love was plain to see, even though noses and mouths were covered.
'It's Really Emotional': 120-Car Convoy Thanks Healthcare Workers At Kaiser Permanente In AnaheimHealthcare workers at Kaiser Permanente, in their work-wrinkled scrubs and face masks, took a much needed break to wave back at the 120-car convoy of former patients, police and fire crews.