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Nature Center Opens at Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park

A new 2,600 square foot visitor center is now open to the public at Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park in Laguna Niguel.  The center...

100 Black Men of Orange County Continues To Thrive Amid Anti-Black Sentiments and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and anti-Black violence, 100 Black Men of Orange County has continued to carry out its mission of empowering and mentoring...

Hundreds Protest Board of Supervisors’ Decision to Implement COVID-19 Vaccine Passport in Orange County

Orange County residents protested the vaccine passport system proposed by the Board of Supervisors early May, leading to a halt of the program’s implementation.

Santa Ana City Manager Announces Proposal to Revive City

Santa Ana City Manager Kristine Ridge unveiled “Revive Santa Ana,” a comprehensive plan to use the city’s $150 million in funding from the American...

$400,000 Reward Offered for Catching 55 Freeway Shooter Who Killed Young Boy

A reward of $400,000 is being offered for identifying the suspect who fatally shot six-year-old boy Aiden Leos during a road rage incident on...

TikTok’s ‘Adrian’s Kickback’ Event Leads to the Arrest of 179 People

A viral TikTok party led to the arrest of over 149 people for unlawful assembly on May 22 and an additional 29 people on...

Arson Suspect Arrested in Pacific Palisades Fire

Investigation into the Pacific Palisades fire led to the arrest of a suspect on May 16. The suspect was charged with two counts of...

Experts Divided on the New CDC Guidelines

The State of California will continue to require masks until June 15, more than a month longer than the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendation....

UC System Suspends Use of SAT/ACT Scores for Admission

The University of California System reached a settlement agreement to no longer require SAT and ACT scores for admission after a coalition of students...

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