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Illegal Marijuana Cultivation Threatens California Wildlife and Water Supply

Marijuana cultivation by illegal growers in California has surged in recent years, leading to dire consequences as growers steal public resources and abuse the...

‘Walk for Vietnam’ Spreads Awareness of the Delta Variant’s Impact in Vietnam

The Orange County fundraiser “Walk for Vietnam” was held to spread awareness of Vietnam’s delta variant outbreak on Oct. 2. Over 1,000 participants gathered...

Irvine City Council Meeting Recap 10/12

The Irvine City Council met on Oct. 12, with the agenda primarily covering funding proposals and COVID-19 related updates.  The first public hearing to be...

Orange County School Districts Cut Back on Accessible Bus Rides

Public school districts across Orange County have reduced accessible bus routes for students due to a lack of funding, resulting in backlash from parents...

Orange County Oil Spill Prompts New Proposals to End Offshore Drilling

An oil spill of approximately 144,000 gallons was reported off the coast of Southern California on Oct. 2. The pipeline, overseen by Amplify Energy...

Newsom Mandates COVID-19 Vaccine for California Schoolchildren

California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students across public and private schools on Oct. 1. The mandate makes California...

Man Charged for Sexual Assault of Chapman University Student

A 22-year-old man was charged with sexual assault against an 18-year-old Chapman University student on campus on Sept. 30. The felony count included assault...

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...

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