California Newz

Suspected Vandal Caught 'Red-Handed' After Car Spray-Painting Spree In Orange County

Suspected Vandal Caught 'Red-Handed' After Car Spray-Painting Spree In Orange County



2018-04-17T05:15:17+0000

Police say the culprit did not seem to target anyone in particular as he walked along three Tustin streets spray-painting cars.





More California Newz

Coachella 2018: We ate all the tacos for sale at the festival https://t.co/goT8fbfL6d

Play it Forward April 23-29: Darnold, Rosen can make some history at NFL Draft https://t.co/B7RLWhhBUi

A gorgeous blue skies 🌞pic from Marin County via @foodguruchannel! (Clearly spring 💐 has sprung!) Thanks for sharing! #ABC7Now

Angels conclude dreary homestand with 4-2 loss to San Francisco Giants https://t.co/o1pZ7jYQd8

One of those days ya just wanna bottle up and repeat again and again.
Sitting in the 70s & 80s for most this afternoon; your 4pm temps

Walk for Kids raises funds for Pasadena’s Ronald McDonald House https://t.co/mAbjUIG9PZ

"The North Koreans have a long history of misleading the world particularly around their weapons and nuclear programs," says Bay Area Congressman Eric Swalwell.

North Korea declares halt to nuclear testing

No more test missile launches. That's the word coming from North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un.

abc7ne.ws

Load More...

3 hours ago

NBC 7 San Diego

Man who tackled Waffle House gunman details encounter with suspect. on.nbc7.com/SLw0KZ5

Waffle House Shooting Hero Details Encounter with Gunman
James Shaw Jr. is being called a hero by law enforcement for wrestling the gun away from the shooter inside a Nashville-area Waffle House Sunday. Hear the details of his encounter. ...

 

Comment on Facebook

So he tackled him and still on the run?

So wait hes still on the run but someone tackled him.. ummmmmm

More guts then that cop in Florida

A good guy without a gun. Imagine that.

Finally, the correct use of the word “hero.”

Fake

3 hours ago

NBC 7 San Diego

It's #EarthDay!
A good chef knows how to use all parts of their ingredients. #WasteLess food by just 15% and you can help feed 25 million Americans a year. Tag #EarthInspiresMe and learn more >>> on.nbc7.com/Jn97iQH
...

7 hours ago

California State Parks

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Today's Tips:

1. Make sure to have plenty of water and food for duration of your trip to avoid dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
2. Check Weather. Weather can change instantly.
3. Dress appropriately with layers of clothing and appropriate shoes such as hiking boots and close-toed shoes.
4. Mark tents and ropes so they are visible at night.
5. Keep it clean: pack it in & pack it out. ...

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Todays Tips: 

1. Make sure to have plenty of water and food for duration of your trip to avoid dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
2. Check Weather. Weather can change instantly.
3. Dress appropriately with layers of clothing and appropriate shoes such as hiking boots and close-toed shoes.
4. Mark tents and ropes so they are visible at night.
5. Keep it clean: pack it in & pack it out.

11 hours ago

California State Parks

Thank you to everyone who helps protect California's amazing natural and cultural resources, not just on #EarthDay, but every day.

What are your favorite place(s) on our planet? #SnapshotSunday ...

 

Comment on Facebook

Calaveras Big Trees was my favorite growing up and now I live in the middle of Anza Borrego, what a difference! #loveourstateparks

Lake Tahoe💙

Greys River WY, beaver lodge.

Was at Bryce recently for my birthday and it was amazing!

Zion is pretty amazing too!

Well , this was taken At Grey Lodge, a Fish & Wildlife area. Sutter Buttes in my rea view mirror.

Anywhere in the Eastern Sierras. I love visiting from the UK.

Yosemite lifts my spirit

Crystal Cove State Beach today

Like you, Keith Griggs ♥️

Thank you to everyone that participated in our 20th annual #EarthDay Restoration and Cleanup, presented by Pacific Gas and Electric Company! Your hard work and generosity helped to make a huge difference in California’s amazing state parks. Thank you! #CSPFEarthDay ...

Thank you to everyone that participated in our 20th annual #EarthDay Restoration and Cleanup, presented by Pacific Gas and Electric Company! Your hard work and generosity helped to make a huge difference in California’s amazing state parks. Thank you! #CSPFEarthDay

1 day ago

California State Parks Foundation

Our Executive Director, Rachel Norton, at Trione-Annadel State Park with one of our Pacific Gas and Electric Company Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup Volunteers! #CSPFEarthDay ...

1 day ago

California State Parks Foundation

Visualizing sea level rise at McLaughlin Eastshore State Park with Citizens for East Shore Parks #CSPFEarthDay #EarthDay ...

1 day ago

California State Parks

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Today's Tip: Leave an itinerary of your trip with a family member or friend with information such as name and age of hikers/campers, trailhead or campsite name and location, and expected return date. ...

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Todays Tip: Leave an itinerary of your trip with a family member or friend with information such as name and age of hikers/campers, trailhead or campsite name and location, and expected return date.

1 day ago

California State Parks Foundation

State Senator Nancy Skinner greeting volunteers at McLaughlin Eastshore State Park before the Visualizing Sea Level Rise march for #CSPFEarthDay ...

 

Comment on Facebook

Where is this?

1 day ago

California State Parks Foundation

Volunteers with presenting sponsor Pacific Gas and Electric Company at our 20th annual Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup at McLaughlin Eastshore State Park #CSPFEarthDay Citizens for East Shore Parks ...

1 day ago

California State Parks Foundation

#CSPFEarthDay Opening remarks from our Executive Director, Rachel Norton, at Trione-Annadel State Park. ...

This Sunday, April 22, marks the 48th anniversary of Earth Day, and this year’s Earth Day focuses on mobilizing the world to End Plastic Pollution. California State Parks’ mission is to help preserve our state’s extraordinary biological diversity, protect our most valued natural and cultural resources, and create opportunities for high quality outdoor recreation, which is why it is important to help to protect our diverse environment.

Read more on our Earth Day, Every Day blog post at castateparks.wordpress.com/2018/04/20/earthday2018/ ...

This Sunday, April 22, marks the 48th anniversary of Earth Day, and this year’s Earth Day focuses on mobilizing the world to End Plastic Pollution. California State Parks’ mission is to help preserve our state’s extraordinary biological diversity, protect our most valued natural and cultural resources, and create opportunities for high quality outdoor recreation, which is why it is important to help to protect our diverse environment.

Read more on our Earth Day, Every Day blog post at https://castateparks.wordpress.com/2018/04/20/earthday2018/

 

Comment on Facebook

We could start by reducing the use of single-use plastic bottles. Thousands of these are passed out to park volunteers. Some parks have no recycling programs.

Home Privacy Policy Terms Of Use Contact Us Affiliate Disclosure DMCA Earnings Disclaimer