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  • CALocal Newgroup.

    CALocal - Huntington Beach - News Website FAQ

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  • KESQ News
    The company’s new production facility in Huntington Beach is filled with large saltwater tanks that recreate ocean conditions, allowing the organisms to replicate the process of making the ...
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  • Commercial Observer
    Advanced also plans to make two more apartment acquisitions in the next month and a half through the 1031 exchange. “We are actively searching for more large multi-family assets in our Southern California marketplace,
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  • CNN on MSN.com
    For companies around the world and across industries, sustainability has rapidly gone from a nice-to-have to a business imperative. Global brands including Amazon, McDonald's, Ikea and General Motors have announced ambitious plans to eliminate single-use plastics,
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    Climate change ~ Technology ~ United States
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  • Home Health Care News
    In-home care providers with a mission to serve particularly vulnerable populations often target “dual eligibles,” or individuals signed up for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits. The focus on dual-eligible populations is partly driven by mission and values,
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  • WMUR9
    The California-based company says this stuff works just like plastic — except that it dissolves and is completely biodegradable.
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  • SpeedwayMedia
    In a rare event, the Truck Series competed for the second time at Kansas Speedway, after two previous races on July 24 and 25 earlier this season. Brett Moffitt won Saturday afternoon after a battle w
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  • Becker's Hospital Review
    At least four California health systems declined or delayed the receipt of transferred COVID-19 patients due in part to their health insurance or lack thereof, according to a Wall Street Journal report based on internal emails from California's Emergency Medical Services Authority.
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  • KRON4
    When Pacific Gas & Electric cut power to large swaths of wildfire-prone Northern California last fall, few of the emergency personnel managing the blackouts for the nation’s largest utility
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  • Orange County Register
    Surf City lived up to its nickname on Saturday, Oct. 17, as a surf festival drew enthusiasts to check out vintage surfboards, classic cars and laid-back, Hawaiian-style tunes in downtown Huntington Beach. The hope for the Rockin’ Fig Vintage Surf ...
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  • Orange County Register
    He once ran for president. If Agran makes a comeback this year, it won’t be his first. Huntington Beach City Council: Tito Ortiz, the mixed-martial-arts star, is jumping into politics with a bid for Huntington Beach City Council. Ortiz, 45, a Republican ...
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  • ABC 7 Los Angeles on MSN.com
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies and detectives are swarming a neighborhood in Willowbook after a deputy opened fire, killing a man. The incident happened around 5:30 p.m. on the 2200 block of East 121 Street in unincorporated Willowbrook.
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    Willowbrook ~ Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department ~ Crime
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  • YAHOO!
    The last time we saw Brian Ortega in the Octagon, it was in a championship fight, albeit in a one-sided losing effort. On Saturday, 22 months after he lost to Max Holloway in a featherweight title bout in Toronto,
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    Brian Ortega ~ Chan Sung Jung ~ Combat
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  • CBS Boston / WBZ
    There are more sharks in the water off the coast of Southern California than ever before, according to the. “This was a big year,” Dr. Chris Lowe, director of the lab, said. “So, even with COVID, we tagged more sharks this year than we have any other year.
    Keywords:
    California State University, Long Beach ~ Shark ~ Southern California
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  • Orange County Register
    This weekend and the next two, Thursday through Saturday nights, a Huntington Beach car wash will be haunted by ghouls and zombies.
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