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Disneyland Announces Socal Ticket Deal Ahead of the New Star Wars Ride

Disneyland Resort reintroduced the SoCal Resident ticket deal in anticipation of its newest attraction, the Rise of the Resistance ride in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge.

Santa Ana Denied Motion to Stop Sheltering County’s Homeless

A federal judge denied Santa Ana’s attempt to sue Orange County for allegedly failing to combat the homelessness problem by abandoning their homeless population within city limits in a hearing on Feb. 4.

Pacific Symphony Celebrated Year Of The Rat With Special Performance

Pacific Symphony welcomed the Year of the Rat with a Lunar New Year performance at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa on Jan. 25.

Newport Beach Mother Pleads Guilty To College Admission Scandal

A Newport Beach woman pled guilty of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and confessed to paying $9,000 to have someone take her son’s online classes at Georgetown in a federal court in Massachusetts on Jan. 22.

City of Irvine Installs Hybrid Traffic Control Device on Alton Parkway

The City of Irvine has installed a new traffic control system on Alton Parkway as a way to better warn drivers of the high levels of pedestrian foot traffic in the area.

Planned Parenthood Endorses Attorney Lauren Johnson-Norris for Irvine City Council

Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties (PPOSBC) offered an early endorsement for Irvine City Council candidate Lauren Johnson-Norris, the current Chair of Irvine’s Community Services Commission.

The Formation of an Auto Bubble and Its Threats to Irvine’s Car Industry

The automotive industry seems to have pulled itself into an economic bubble that is similar to the U.S. mortgage bubble that burst in 2008, thereby triggering a global financial crisis.

Irvine’s Housing Crisis – How Housing Insecurity Is Affecting Both Students and Residents in Irvine

Orange County’s housing market experienced the slowest start to a year since the Great Recession in 2009. In fact, the first quarter of 2019 has been the “third-slowest-selling” quarter since 1988, as reported by the Orange County Register.

UC and CSU Campuses Now to Offer Medication Abortion Services Under New California Law

Students at California public universities will be able to access abortion by medication services at campus Student Health Centers by 2023, under the groundbreaking College Student Right to Access Act (SB 24).

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