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Aliso Viejo homebuying: 6 reasons why it was steamy in October

Here are Aliso Viejo highlights of ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community.

This analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; highest and lowest price paid in the month; average cost per square foot and average size; plus, based on broker listing networks stats on Nov. 30, the “market time” metric comparing supply of listings to new escrows opened in past 30 days.

Trends we saw in Aliso Viejo …

1. Sales: 74 sold vs. 67 a year ago.

2. Average sales price: $645,574 that ranked

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Date: 1513089691

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Turbulent Senate race now in hands of Alabama voters

By BILL BARROW and KIM CHANDLER

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Depending on who is making the case, Alabama’s special Senate election Tuesday is about either continuing the “Trump miracle” in Washington or allowing “decency” to prevail back home.

At the center is Roy Moore — “Judge Moore,” to his supporters. The 70-year-old Republican was twice ousted as state Supreme Court chief justice after flouting federal law, and now he’s attempting a political resurrection amid accusations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls when he was in his 30s.

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Doug Jonesto supporters during a rally Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, in Birmingham, Ala. Jones is facing Republican Roy Moore. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Democratic

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Date: 1513089638

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San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee dies suddenly at 65

SAN FRANCISCO — Mayor Ed Lee, who oversaw a technology-driven economic boom in the city that brought with it sky-high housing prices, died suddenly early Tuesday at age 65.

A statement from the Lee’s office said the city’s first Asian-American mayor died at 1:11 a.m. at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

“It is with profound sadness and terrible grief that we confirm that Mayor Edwin M. Lee passed away,” the statement said. Lee was surrounded by family, friends and colleagues. No cause of death of reported.

San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed became acting mayor and planned a late morning

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Date: 1513089619

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Dangerous weather fans flames of Thomas fire

Entire north 405 Freeway closed after LAPD officer is struck by suspected DUI driver

After an LAPD officer was struck late Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, by a suspected DUI driver, the northbound 405 Freeway was shut down. The southbound side was closed until 5 a.m. for a separate accident. (Google Maps)
After an LAPD officer was struck late Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, by a suspected DUI driver, the northbound 405 Freeway was shut down. The southbound side was closed until 5 a.m. for a separate accident. (Google Maps)

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles Police Department officer was seriously injured when he was

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Date: 1513089564

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Recession is coming, says chamber economist

On public safety, Victorville joins others to highlight obstacles with reforms

10 steps to starting a marijuana business in California

The state is accepting applications for temporary licenses to operate a cannabis business in California.

The first applications came into the California Secretary of State’s office on Friday and thousands more are expected to follow between now and the end of the year, as the state prepares to issue the licenses to legal cannabis enterprises on Jan. 1.

But for a business to be legal under state law, would-be operators need to take a number of steps to comply with rules for registration, taxation and more. These steps are required of every size and type of cannabis business, from cultivators to

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Date: 1513002715

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