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Travel Bugs World

3 cool hotel pools offering day passes in Orange County

With the arrival of the Summer heat in Orange County, we have the ideal way for you to cool down. Additionally, for those who crave a luxury lifestyle, you have the opportunity to enjoy the pool, spa, and amenities at luxury hotels for the day without the expense of a hotel room. Starting from just $25, you can have a daycation and book a day pass or cabana at these three luxurious Orange County hotels and resorts.
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Rochester, NYPosted by
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Trader Joe's Items You Need To Try

If you haven't heard of Trader Joe's yet, you must be in need of some fresh new pantry items. Trader Joe's is a grocery store that is an American chain. It's headquarters is located in Monrovia, California and it had over 503 stores nationwide by the year 2019.
Oak Glen, CAPosted by
Heather Monroe

Enjoy a Cozy Day in the Cool Mountain Air at Oak Glen

Riverside County residents sure love their traditions. There isn't a better feeling than bringing your children or even grandchildren to your favorite childhood locales. For us, one such destination is Oak Glen, California. Nestled in the hills above Cherry Valley and Yucaipa, Oak Glen is a stark contrast to the desert towns below. Here you'll find plenty of shade, good food, and friendly people who are invested in showing Inland families a good old-fashioned time.
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Orange County, CANBC Los Angeles

Brush Fires Burn Along Highway 73 in Orange County

Brush fires are burning along an Orange County highway in some of the warmest conditions of the year in Southern California. The fires were reported along State Route 73 between Newport Coast Drive and El Toro Road. It was not immediately clear how the fires started. Temperatures in the Laguna...
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Costa Mesa fourth-grader petitions school district for greater accessibility to restrooms

Rory Siwula is 9 years old and speaks quickly, as if she were in a rush to get all the words out. She’s confident and happy to answer questions about herself. She’s entering the fourth grade this fall. She uses a wheelchair. She is in the special education program at Killybrooke Elementary. She thinks of herself as pretty smart and said she knows generally what people think about when they see her.
Riverside, CAfoxla.com

Riverside Police issue safety alert warning about wanted sexual predators

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Riverside Police are warning the public about several wanted sexual predators who have outstanding warrants for violating the terms of their sex registration. Police said that five sex offenders are on active parole and several of them have cut off their mandatory GPS ankle monitors. ⁣⁣⁣Those offenders...
Fullerton, CAfullertonobserver.com

Residents Share Experiences of Hate Incidents

Fullerton resident Gabriela Alejandra Reyes stood before Fullerton City Council on June 1 and told of the experience of someone walking up to her car and telling her to “go back to Mexico” and berating her for speaking Spanish. “I felt threatened, I felt very afraid, I didn’t understand why...
Anaheim, CAmynewsla.com

Tattoo Artist Sexually Attacked Women Customers In Anaheim? One Alleged Sex Victim, 17, Too Young For Tattoo

A 40-year-old tattoo artist was facing charges Tuesday of sexually assaulting two customers in Anaheim. Manuel Jesus Pech is accused of assaulting a 17-year-old girl while giving her a tattoo. And that tattoo was allegedly illegal because the teen is underage. The attack was reported by police to have happened Feb. 23, 2019, according to Anaheim Police Department Sgt. Shane Carringer.
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Three Southern California Women, from the Inland Empire area, Plead Guilty to Wire Fraud for Illegally Obtaining Over $1 Million in COVID-Related Jobless Benefits in Prison Inmates’ Names

June 15, 2021 - RIVERSIDE, California – Three Inland Empire women have pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges accusing them of using information belonging to other people – including California. state prison inmates – to file for pandemic-related unemployment benefits, with each defendant causing at least $350,000 in losses. Paris...
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