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Free Ride-Sharing Service From Hyundai Kicks Off in Irvine

BotRide, a free and autonomous vehicle service, was launched in Irvine by Hyundai on Nov. 4.

Measles Exposure at Disneyland

A Los Angeles resident infected with measles visited the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, Orange County and a Starbucks store in Palms, Los Angeles on Oct. 16, potentially exposing hundreds to the disease. According to a news release by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, health officials issued warnings to visitors and suggested that they “should contact their health care providers if they have not been vaccinated.”

One Injured One Killed in Irvine Home Invasion

Police and firefighters responded to a report of an injured man claiming to have been assaulted in his Bayleaf Lane home on Oct. 26. Upon arriving at the scene, the injured man directed the officers to another victim in the house who was found with multiple gunshot wounds.

LAX Bans Curbside and Taxi Rideshare Services

“LAX-it”, pronounced “LA exit”, is a new, designated pickup area where rideshare services are required to go in order to pick up their passengers.

Quality Customs Distributions Move Headquarters from Irvine to Frisco

Quality Custom Distribution (QCD), a fast-food industry supplier of various industrial supplies and machinery for a number of fast food restaurants in Irvine, will soon be moving their Irvine headquarters to a new complex in Frisco, Texas in Jan. 2020.

High Temperatures and Dangerous Winds Spark Numerous Wildfires Across California

In response to raging wildfires throughout the state caused by dangerous winds, dry conditions and abnormally high temperatures, California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a State of Emergency on Friday, Oct. 25.

Former UCI Alumnus, Glen Kauffman, Convicted of Sexual Assault

Former member of the UCI Alumni Association, Glen Thomas Kauffman, was convicted of “Six counts of lewd acts with a minor younger than 14 and three counts of oral copulation or sexual penetration of a child 10 years or younger” on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2019.

Irvine to Constitute a Blanket Ban on Smoking

Following in the footsteps of Orange County cities Laguna Beach and Dana Point, Irvine is proposing a smoking ban on all public property.

UC and CSU Schools to Implement Civic Engagement Programs Under New California Law

Students in California public universities are the target of the Student Civic and Voter Empowerment Act, a new civic engagement act that consolidates and delegates voter outreach to university administration.

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