Ongoing coverage of the worst mass-killing in Orange County history

Monday, Mar 24, 2014 at 09:17 PM PDT

OC Salon Shooting Trial Split in Two

OC Salon Shooting Trial Split in Two

The trial of a man accused in Orange County’s worst mass shooting will be split into two parts in hopes of speeding up the continually delayed murder case, a judge ruled Monday.

Friday, Oct 11, 2013 at 10:08 PM PDT

Salon Shooting Victims' Families Want Faster Justice

Salon Shooting Victims' Families Want Faster Justice

Prosecutors will continue to pursue the death penalty against a man accused in Orange County’s worst mass shooting despite pleas from some relatives of victims who want prosecutors to shelve the death penalty to...

Thursday, Jan 17, 2013 at 11:06 PM PST

Husband Uninterested in Seal Beach Suspect's Recordings

Husband Uninterested in Seal Beach Suspect's Recordings

As more than 100 hours of jail-cell recordings of the alleged Seal Beach salon shooter surface, at least one of the eight victims’ relatives says he doesn’t need to hear any more from the accused murderer.

Saturday, Nov 17, 2012 at 05:57 PM PST

After Massacre, Seal Beach Salon "Moving Forward"

After Massacre, Seal Beach Salon "Moving Forward"

More than a year after Salon Meritage in Seal Beach became the site of the largest mass killing in Orange County history, the salon with re-open with a new owner, a new location and a new look.

Saturday, Oct 20, 2012 at 11:44 AM PDT

Nov. Election Key to Seal Beach Massacre Trial

Nov. Election Key to Seal Beach Massacre Trial

Prop 34's outcome plays a key role in the Seal Beach massacre trial.

Thursday, Oct 11, 2012 at 11:03 PM PDT

Couple Finds Love in Wake of Seal Beach Tragedy

Couple Finds Love in Wake of Seal Beach Tragedy

Amidst the tragedy of 2011's mass shooting at Salon Meritage in Seal Beach, two people unexpectedly found love. Doug Childers and Tammy Wetzel met after attending several funerals for the victims. Tammy says she...

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"It Has to Go Home": Owner of World War II Book Sought

"It Has to Go Home": Owner of World War II Book Sought

When Bill Krantz happened upon a battered book with broken binding during a long bike ride in Pasadena, he immediately knew he had found something precious.

Dodgers, Nats Battle in Possible Playoff Preview

Dodgers, Nats Battle in Possible Playoff Preview

It's the battle for National League supremacy during the three games at Dodger Stadium.

Mayor: Minimum Wage Bump Would "Restore Dignity"

Mayor: Minimum Wage Bump Would "Restore Dignity"

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a proposal to raise the Los Angeles minimum wage to $13.25 an hour and "restore dignity for all Angelenos" when he attended a Labor Day rally Monday in South Los Angeles.

Chino PD on "AK-47 Bandit": "We're Going to Get Him"

Chino PD on "AK-47 Bandit": "We're Going to Get Him"

Authorities say a man who used an assault rifle to rob a bank in Nebraska earlier this month matches the description of a prolific bank robber responsible for a slew of heists across the western U.S., including...

OC Residents Urged to Prepare for Disaster

OC Residents Urged to Prepare for Disaster

Orange County residents were urged to prepare for emergencies and disasters less than a week after Time magazine ranked the county as the second-most dangerous area in the United States when it comes to natural...

Teen Boys Found Safe After Being Reported Missing in Storm Drain

Teen Boys Found Safe After Being Reported Missing in Storm Drain

Two boys were found in a storm drain after being reported missing in Oak Park, officials said.