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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional, with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Anaheim, CA, offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Anaheim, CA, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Magnitude 4.2 earthquake jolts Southern California

A magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattled Southern California on Friday morning, less than a week after a magnitude 4.1 New Year’s temblor that shook attendees at the Rose Parade in Pasadena.The earthquake, which struck at 10:55 a.m., brought light shaking to swaths of Southern California, as defined by the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. That&...

A magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattled Southern California on Friday morning, less than a week after a magnitude 4.1 New Year’s temblor that shook attendees at the Rose Parade in Pasadena.

The earthquake, which struck at 10:55 a.m., brought light shaking to swaths of Southern California, as defined by the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. That’s enough shaking to rattle dishes and can feel like a vehicle striking a building.

The epicenter was about 1 mile northwest of the remote community of Lytle Creek in the San Gabriel Mountains of San Bernardino County, 12 miles northeast of Rancho Cucamonga, 27 miles northwest of San Bernardino and 45 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles.

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Residents in Fontana reported heavy shaking strong enough to set off car alarms. In Rowland Heights, people said they felt they were being rocked back and forth and the doors and beds shook.

The epicenter was near Lytle Creek in the Cajon Pass, seismologist Lucy Jones wrote on social media. Jones noted this is where “the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults come together. In 1970, there was a M5.2 with a M4.0 foreshock in close to the same location.”

David Loyola was about to bite into his chicken bake at the Rancho Cucamonga Costco when the rumbling interrupted his lunch. He stared at his co-worker sitting across from him.

“What the hell,” Loyola said, as he felt his body jump up and down, akin to driving over a speed bump. The two FedEx employees looked at each other, then at their surroundings to make sure they “weren’t acting crazy.” Nothing appeared to be broken or toppled over by the earthquake but “people just looked astounded,” he said.

Minutes later, his wife called to check in on him. “Yeah, I’m good,” Loyola told her. “It just interrupted my lunch.”

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Weak to light shaking was felt throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties, as well as in northern San Diego County and parts of the Mojave Desert. The earthquake occurred just west of the Cajon Pass, through which Interstate 15 runs, the main route between Southern California and Las Vegas.

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said there were no reports of damage or calls for service related to Friday’s earthquake. The Los Angeles Fire Department also reported no injuries or structure damage.

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass reminded Angelenos about being ready for the next earthquake.

“An earthquake just shook the L.A. area this morning,” Bass wrote on social media. “This is a reminder that earthquakes can happen at any time. Make a plan to prepare for emergencies at ReadyLA.org.”

An average of 25 earthquakes with magnitudes between 4.0 and 5.0 occur per year in California and Nevada, according to a recent three-year data sample.

The earthquake occurred at a depth of 5.6 miles. Did you feel this earthquake? Consider reporting what you felt to the USGS.

Find out what to do before, and during, an earthquake near you by signing up for our Unshaken newsletter, which breaks down emergency preparedness into bite-sized steps over six weeks. Learn more about earthquake kits, which apps you need, seismologist Jones’ most important advice and more at latimes.com/Unshaken.

An earlier version of this report was automatically generated by Quakebot, a computer application that monitors the latest earthquakes detected by the USGS. If you’re interested in learning more about the system, visit our list of frequently asked questions.

Game Notes: Canucks at Ducks

CANUCKS AT DUCKSTV: Sportsnet Pacific, Bally Sports San Diego, Bally Sports SoCalRadio: Sportsnet 650MATCH-UP INFOQUICK NUMBERSLAST MEETING – NOV. 28/23: VAN 3 vs ANA 1Brock Boeser opened scoring for the game at 6:34 in the first period…Filip Hronek and J.T. Miller assisted the goal…Hronek extended his point streak to four games (1-4-5) on the play…Elias Pe...

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LAST MEETING – NOV. 28/23: VAN 3 vs ANA 1

Brock Boeser opened scoring for the game at 6:34 in the first period…Filip Hronek and J.T. Miller assisted the goal…Hronek extended his point streak to four games (1-4-5) on the play…Elias Pettersson recorded his ninth goal of the season at the beginning of the third period…Tyler Myers and Ilya Mikheyev were credited with the assists…Boeser scored his 17th of the season on the power play (empty net)…Miller registered the lone helper…Thatcher Demko faced 31 shots and saved 30.

2023.24 TEAM RANKS

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ANA

Goals For/Game

3.58 (3rd)

2.67 (29th)

Goals Against/Game

2.79 (9th)

3.55 (29th)

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23.0 (9th)

19.7 (18th)

Penalty Kill %

78.7 (20th)

75.3 (27th)

Penalty Min./Game

9:51 (t-20th)

14:14 (32nd)

*Rankings are accurate as of 6:00p.m. PT on March 2, 2024

LAST GAME PLAYED – FEB. 29/24: VAN 1 vs LAK 5

Los Angeles opened scoring for the game with two goals in the first and second period…Brock Boeser scored his 35th goal of the season at 2:55 in the third period on the power play…J.T. Miller and Pius Suter were awarded with the assists…The Kings scored three unanswered goals…Miller (6-6-12) and Boeser (5-3-8) extended their point streaks to six games…Miller led the team in shots (5) and hits (7).

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THREE STARS – FEBRUARY

JANUARY WINNER – Pettersson (30 pts)

DECEMBER WINNER – DeSmith (15 pts)

NOVEMBER WINNER – Hughes, Demko (30 pts)

OCTOBER WINNER – Pettersson (15 pts)

*5 points are awarded for each Three Stars selection

Youthful Rada soaking in 1st big league camp

This story was excerpted from Rhett Bollinger’s Angels Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox.TEMPE, Ariz. -- Despite being four years younger than his average competition at Single-A and never facing a pitcher younger than him all seas...

This story was excerpted from Rhett Bollinger’s Angels Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Despite being four years younger than his average competition at Single-A and never facing a pitcher younger than him all season, Angels No. 3 prospect Nelson Rada more than held his own last year with Inland Empire.

Rada, in his age-17 season, batted .276/.395/.346 with two homers, 13 doubles, six triples, 48 RBIs and 55 stolen bases in 115 games. He’s still developing power but has the patience and speed to be a prototypical leadoff hitter, while also providing strong defense in center field. Rada, who turned 18 on Aug. 24, is getting his first taste of big league camp with the Angels this year and loving every minute of it.

“Age is just a number,” Rada said through an interpreter. “I just know I can do my job wherever they put me.”

Rada, who comes off as quiet and unassuming, said he’s been carefully watching veterans to try to learn from them, especially superstar Mike Trout. Rada, a Venezuela native who signed for $1.85 million in 2022, looks to be Trout’s heir apparent in center field and said he looks up to the three-time AL MVP and 11-time All-Star.

“I haven’t talked much with him, but I’ve been watching him during workouts and seeing just how he works,” Rada said. “And I’ve been watching how he plays. There’s a lot I can learn from him.”

Rada has impressed so far against older competition yet again, going 2-for-4 with two RBIs, two walks and three stolen bases in three Cactus League games. And he'll get the chance to continue to show what he can do in the inaugural Spring Breakout game against Dodgers prospects on March 16 at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Rada is expected to represent the Angels and start in center field.

“I’m very motivated,” Rada said. “I’ve been having great at-bats, and I want to continue to have great at-bats. I’m getting a lot of experience and I’m really happy and fortunate to be here. I can’t wait to keep playing.”

Angels manager Ron Washington has liked what he’s seen from Rada, especially given his youth and inexperience. He believes Rada has what it takes to become an elite base-stealer, and it’s something the Major League staff led by Bo Porter and Eric Young Jr. has been working on with Rada this spring. He stole 55 bases in 66 attempts last year, but the Angels believe he can steal even more, especially because of his ability to get on base and his instincts on the basepaths.

“He’s a young kid with good bat-to-ball skills,” Washington said. “We just want him to play his game. He puts the ball in play and can run. We’re trying to get him a little more aggressive on the basepaths. But he’s 18 years old, so he’s in his head. We just told him to trust his speed and got an interpreter to tell him if he gets thrown out, just to dust himself off and try it again. He’s got carte blanche.”

Rada is likely to open the season with High-A Tri-City, but the Angels have been famously aggressive with their prospects under general manager Perry Minasian. Youngsters such as Nolan Schanuel, Zach Neto, Sam Bachman, Chase Silseth and Victor Mederos all reached the Majors quickly. But it’s important to note they were all college players, unlike Rada, who is still the same age as a high school senior.

But it’s not out of the question for Rada to shoot through the system and reach the Majors at some point in 2025. He’s not currently among MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 prospects but is likely to enter it this season if he continues to put up numbers like he did last year, in his first full season of affiliated ball. Rada, though, said he’s not worried about where he’s ranked among prospects and is just trying to get better each day until he reaches his ultimate dream of getting to the big leagues.

“I feel very comfortable and I feel very happy,” Rada said. “I feel grateful for the opportunity, and I hope one time, I'll be in the real big leagues. I don’t think much of the [prospect rankings]. I’m just trying to do my best and give it 100 percent every time I play.”

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Disneyland Hoping to Buy Anaheim Street for DisneylandForward Expansion

Disneyland Resort is looking to buy Magic Way, a street near the resort, from the city of Anaheim so they can use the space for DisneylandForward projects.Magic Way and DisneylandForwardAccording to Orange County Register, Anaheim residents raised concerns at a January City Council meeting about Disney purchasing and then demolishing the street. In response, Disne...

Disneyland Resort is looking to buy Magic Way, a street near the resort, from the city of Anaheim so they can use the space for DisneylandForward projects.

Magic Way and DisneylandForward

According to Orange County Register, Anaheim residents raised concerns at a January City Council meeting about Disney purchasing and then demolishing the street. In response, Disney had engineering consultants Kittleson & Associates conduct a study of the street from January 31 to February 4.

Consultant Joe Haupt presented the data during a Planning Commission workshop on Monday.

“Of the 11,153 vehicles that traverse Magic Way on a daily basis,” Haupt said, “11,053 of them are either departing or arriving at a Disney property. Less than 100 are non-Disney users.”

Those less than 100 vehicles are mostly using the 1,150-foot Magic Way as a cut-through during peak hours of the day.

Magic Way is located to the west of Disneyland, connecting Disneyland Drive and Walnut Street. It’s mostly used by guests heading to and from the Pixar Pals Parking Structure and Disneyland Hotel.

Kittleson & Associates found that on one Friday morning, less than 200 vehicles turned onto Magic Way from Walnut Street, and only about 30 continued from there onto Disneyland Drive.

One of those drivers may have been resident Randy Lewis, who lives across the street from Disneyland Resort. Lewis said that for two years, he has used Magic Way as a shortcut to the 5 Freeway during his daily commute, calling it a “fantastic time saver.” Not using Magic Way adds 15 minutes to his drive and he asked the City Council to not sell the road.

Haupt also shared plans to improve pedestrian crossing on Walnut Street for guests walking to Disneyland Resort. Currently, there is no protected crosswalk on the four-lane street. The plans include a crosswalk that would have cars stop for pedestrians as well as a separate bicycle lane.

Disney is also hoping to buy Hotel Way — to the southeast of Disney California Adventure — and part of Clementine Street — to the east. Haupt said these streets are essentially driveways to Disneyland Resort parking structures.

Disney has committed to paying $40 million for all three streets.

Anaheim Planning Director Ted White said surrounding streets have enough capacity to absorb Magic Way’s traffic and Anaheim Public Works Director Rudy Emami said at last month’s City Council workshop that work will begin this summer to improve traffic flow at the nearby intersection of Walnut Street and Ball Road.

Haupt said that, if the city approves the DisneylandForward proposal, there is no set date for when construction would begin. Disney has promised to invest a minimum of $1.9 billion in their resort, with further investments going back to the city, including $30 million for affordable housing and $8 million for parks (and potentially more if they don’t spend $2.5 billion).

The Planning Commission will vote on the DisneylandForward proposal at their next meeting, on March 11.

For more Disneyland Resort news and info, follow Disneyland News Today on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. For Disney Parks news worldwide, visit WDWNT.

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