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12 Victims Dead in Thousand Oaks Bar Shooting

12 victims were killed in a mass shooting when 28-year-old Marine veteran Ian David Long opened fire on Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand...

Katie Porter Talks Platform After Appearance at Early Voting Event

Katie Porter, the Democratic candidate for the 45th Congressional District, cast her ballot while participating in Early In-Person Voting at UCI alongside Olympic figure...

First West Nile Virus Death in Orange County Reported in Tustin

Orange County Health Care Agency officials confirmed the first human death this year due to West Nile Virus (WNV) in the Orange County area...

Irvine Police Department Begins Drone Operations

The Irvine City Council voted 4-0 for the Irvine Police Department's (IPD's) establishment of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) on Sept. 25. Following program...

Assemblymember Tony Thurmond Hosts College Affordability Town Hall

Assemblyman Tony Thurmond hosted a "College Affordability Town Hall" at UC San Diego that was broadcast live to nearly 200,000 voters across San Diego...

Midterm Election Polls in CA-45 Show Katie Porter in Slight Lead Against Mimi Walters

Recent polls in District 45 conducted by GBA Strategies, the New York Times, the Global Strategy Group and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)...

UCI Esports Reaction to World of Warcraft Player Imprisonment After Online Attack on Blizzard Servers

A Romanian player in World of Warcraft, a popular esports game created by Irvine-based company, Blizzard Entertainment, was extradited to the United States and sentenced to one year in federal prison on Monday, May 7 for crashing European servers after becoming involved in disputes with other players.

PACN Presents Artistic Insight Into Filipinx Culture

By Aneesah Akbar and Chelsea Pan On Friday, May 11, UCI’s Kababayan Club hosted the 39th Annual Pilipinx American Culture Night (PACN) in the Bren...

Irvine Local Nicholas Rose Charged with Hate Crime for Alleged “Jewish Kill List”

A 26-year-old man was arrested and charged with felony hate crimes on April 17 for allegedly possessing a “kill list” of prominent Jewish community members.

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