Top Santa Ana news: Lockdown lifted at federal building; woman allegedly steals $2M in jewelry; more

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Santa Ana sues 3 nearby cities over homeless crisis

The city of Santa Ana this week filed two federal lawsuits against three nearby Orange County cities, alleging they have not done enough to help address the ongoing homeless crisis.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

Lockdown lifted after suspicious substance deemed safe at Santa Ana federal building

A suspicious powder found in a Santa Ana federal building caused a temporary panic and hazmat lockdown, but officials later determined the substance was not dangerous.

Read the full story on ABC7.

California woman accused of stealing $2M worth of jewelry

A 54-year-old California woman was arrested after authorities say she pulled a large kitchen knife on staff at a jewelry store and stole $2 million worth of their merchandise.

Read the full story on Santa Maria Times.

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