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Cover art for May 2015 Dining, Arts, and Entertainment.

Top Ten Stories for April 26 through May 2 includes sharks, horses, and smart landscaping. The Top Ten Stories for April 19 through April 18 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts): Two young sharks spotted off coast of Surfside Beach …continue reading

Cover art for May 2015 Dining, Arts, and Entertainment.

The Top Ten Stories for April 12 through April 18 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts): Operation Patriot Hook to bring military exercises to JFTB 30th Fabulous Fords Forever car show set for Knott’s OC Animal Care seeking owner after …continue reading

The Top Ten Stories for March 22 through March 28 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts): Four suspects arrested in kidnapping and murder of Long Beach baby OC Democrats call for enforced childhood vaccinations Multi-agency critical-incident response exercise to be …continue reading

In September 2014, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) released its annual assessment of greenhouse gases in Earth’s atmosphere, noting that levels had reached a record high. According to the WMO, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 2013 was 142 percent of what it was in 1750, before …continue reading

The 1st Platoon, 216th Mobile Augmentation Company, U.S. Army National Guard from Long Beach, drive along Highway 1 searching for improvised explosive devices that could be used to harm coalition forces using the route to transport supplies and equipment between bases. Photo by U.S. Army 1st Lt. Laura Beth Beebe, JTF Sapper Public Affairs.

The following article by 1st Lt. Lisa Miller and photograph by U.S. Army 1st Lt. Laura Beth Beebe, JTF Sapper Public Affairs, was released through the Defense Video and Information Distribution System. Snow and ice covered the ground as heavy armored vehicles, filled with highly trained combat engineers, rolled from …continue reading