The Orange Police pursued two suspects who fled from the scene in a car. They led the police on a pursuit that ended in Anaheim. Continue reading
The AT&T store located on 17th Street and Grand Ave., in Santa Ana, was targeted by two armed men last night, just before 9 p.m., as the store employees were working on closing the store for the night, according to ABC News.
The two suspects, one armed with a shotgun, walked into the store with bandanas covering their faces. They forced the store clerk to go to a back room while they pilfered more than 40 smart phones as they held the clerk at gunpoint, according to the SAPD. Continue reading
100% Fiber Network Powered by AT&T Fiber Expands in Orange County Area
Ultra-Fast Internet Speeds Available to Homes, Apartments and Small Business Locations in Additional Orange County Area Cities
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. March 23, 2017 —AT&T is now offering a 1 gigabit connection on our 100% fiber network powered by AT&T FiberSM to customer locations in the Orange County area, including in parts of Brea, Costa Mesa, Santa Ana and surrounding areas.
Our fastest internet speed, AT&T Internet 1000, is now available to nearly 125,000 homes, apartments and small businesses in the Greater Los Angeles Metro area, including at over 340 multifamily area properties, such as The Paseos at Magnolia, Palisades and 1000 Grand Avenue. Continue reading
County Joins Whistleblower Lawsuit Against Wireless Carriers
(Santa Ana, CA) — Orange County has joined with 10 other California counties and dozens of other government entities across the state in a lawsuit filed by a whistleblower against Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile alleging they collectively overcharged government customers by more than $100 million.
The suit, brought in Sacramento County Superior Court under the California False Claims Act, alleges that the wireless carriers ignored cost-saving requirements included in master contracts under which their services were purchased by various government entities. The Orange County Board of Supervisors authorized joining the lawsuit on September 22, 2015. However, the lawsuit was filed under seal until this week. Continue reading
AT&T Teams with Roadtrip Nation to Empower students AT-RIsk and connect them with a brighter future
Roadtrip Nation takes its inspirational program and iconic green RV to Lorin Griset Academy Tuesday to celebrate a $1.5 million contribution from AT&T, part of AT&T Aspire, their $350 million commitment to education. The contribution enables Roadtrip Nation to engage over 15K students nationally during the 2014-2015 school year.
As part of the curriculum, Roadtrip Nation sends students out on their own personal “Roadtrip” to interview local leaders who share their interests; President of AT&T California, Ken McNeely, will be among the local leaders profiled by the students at Tuesday’s assembly. Continue reading
A collection of ultra-liberal Democrats and anti-Latino Republicans is having a field day attacking Santa Ana Council Woman Michele Martinez, the leading Hispanic candidate for the 69th Assembly District, over a puny $250 donation while ignoring the fact that a PAC made up of some of the biggest, greediest corporations in the state has dumped over $78,000 into an Independent Expenditure on behalf of career politician Tom Daly, another Democrat who is facing off against Martinez.
It is simply ridiculous on its face. And it isn’t just the blogs and their commenters – even the Voice of OC, which is supposed to be a reputable news source, has jumped into the fray – attacking Martinez while ignoring the thousands of dollars being poured into the race on behalf of Daly by the likes of AT&T (which recently charged lobbyists $50,000 so they could play golf with the corrupt California Assembly Speaker, John Perez; the California Real Estate PAC; Nestle (which has been accused of using child slave laborers to harvest cocoa beans in Africa); Continue reading
Great news for Santa Ana! Residents of Santa Ana will now enjoy faster speeds on AT&T’s new 4G LTE network when using their mobile devices. Uploading a new pic to Facebook, posting a tweet or browse the web in real-time is faster than ever.
AT&T has turned on its 4G LTE network in Santa Ana, bringing customers the latest generation of wireless network technology. AT&T 4G LTE provides several benefits, including: Continue reading
AT&T EXPANDS MOBILE BROADBAND WIRELESS CAPACITY IN SANTA ANA
Additional Spectrum Expected to Improve Connectivity and Performance of Mobile Broadband Data and Voice Connectivity
SANTA ANA, CA, DECEMBER 8, 2011 — Customers in Santa Ana are expected to experience improved mobile broadband coverage and voice performance as a result of continued investment and innovation by AT&T. The company announced today that it has completed a key initiative in its ongoing efforts to enhance the wireless capacity and performance of its mobile broadband network throughout the Santa Ana area. Continue reading
The Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce presents their annual AT&T Golf Tournament on Monday, September 26 at the Santa Ana Country Club, which is located at 20382 Newport Boulevard, in Santa Ana. Proceeds from this event will benefit the economic programs of the Chamber.
The Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce has been working for over 120 years to improve the economy of Santa Ana and Orange County. This has included training programs for a skilled workforce for the future and as well as ongoing business advocacy, education and networking programs. Continue reading
Local attorney and mayoral candidate Alfredo Amezcua is pictured on the left, holding the United Farm Workers flag. The man in the middle, on the microphone, is Councilman Vincent Sarmiento. Solorio is pictured on the right. Next to him is Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido. Picture courtesy of Assemblyman Jose Solorio’s office.
Assemblyman Jose Solorio’s office sent us a few pictures taken at last Saturday’s Cesar Chavez celebration, at Jerome Park, in Santa Ana. Reportedly over three hundred Santa Ana residents showed up to the festivities.
Dozens of Americorps volunteers descended on Santa Ana’s Jerome Park yesterday morning, to set up the festivities for the Cesar Chavez Day celebration organized by Assemblyman Jose Solorio, Santa Ana Councilmember Vincent Sarmiento , SOLEVAR Executive Director Seferino Garcia , and several community leaders.
It was terribly windy, but the vendors who were setting up the canopies over the exibit tables compensated by adding more support to the temporary structures.