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HYPERLOOP TEST TRACKS TO BREAK GROUND SOON

Hyperloop test track breaking ground soon. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, one of the leading companies dedicated to taking SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s vision to the finish line. Several companies appear to be jumping in the race to create a working demonstration project. READ THE STORY AT CALWATCHDOG…

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FIREFIGHTERS RESCUE MAN FROM LIGHT POLE IN ANAHEIM

Firefighters from Anaheim and Fullerton assisted Anaheim Police in rescuing a man that had climbed up a street light pole on La Palma Ave. early Sunday morning. Police were called to Anaheim Regional Hospital by security that reported the man was on the roof of the hospital and acting strangely. …

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BEST DIET? THE SCIENCE IS SETTLED…FOR NOW

Ready or not, the science is in: The largest dietary studies in history, such as Stanford’s A to Z study and the Swedish Council on Health and Technology Assessment review of 16,000 dietary studies, have clearly shown that low-carb diets reign supreme for both weight loss and health. Sweden has declared “LCHF” …

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REVIEW: LUME CUBE LED LIGHT

Some products are evolutionary, some are revolutionary. Like the GoPro Camera before it, the Lume Cube seems to be the latter. The two are already being compared as game changers, and they compliment each other well. It’s a rare occasion to fall in love with a new product. I have …

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MAN HIT BY FALLING BULLET IN SANTA ANA

Police were called to the 1700 block of S. Cedar in Santa Ana shortly after Midnight by a man that was apparently hit by a falling bullet that may have been shot into the air during a New Years Eve celebration. He told police that he was walking when he …

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FIRE FORCES HOTEL EVACUATION

A fire in a Christmas tree in an elevator lobby on the 11th floor caused the evacuation of the Island Hotel in Newport Beach. The fire was controlled by sprinklers and forced guests into the cold early morning air around 3:30 AM. Guests were provided blankets while outside and were …

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