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Historic WWII Era Hangar in Tustin Burned Down

Update: This article was corrected for grammar and clarity. The World War II-era wooden hangar in Tustin that caught on fire was declared...

Southern-California Native Nancy Ng Missing in Guatemala

Alhambra-Unified School District teacher and 29-year-old Monterey Park native Nancy Ng has been missing in Guatemala since Oct. 19. After search attempts were...

Fair Housing Foundation Spreads Awareness Through Irvine Workshop

The Fair Housing Foundation (FHF), a Los Angeles and Orange County-based non-profit, held a free two-hour workshop on housing discrimination and rights at...

COVID-19 Negligence Charges Dropped Against Irvine-Based Senior Living Company

A Los Angeles superior court judge dismissed COVID-19-related criminal charges against management at Silverado Senior Living Management Inc., an Irvine-based assisted living company,...

New First Responder Drone Program Comes to Irvine

The city of Irvine is set to partner with Flying Lion, a major drone service provider, to launch a pilot program for increased...

Irvine’s Fivepoint Amphitheatre Shuts Doors Permanently

Concertgoers for the Zac Brown Band celebrated one last night at the Fivepoint Amphitheatre before the temporary 12,000-seater shut its doors permanently on...

Coalition of Kaiser Permanente of Unions Achieves Historic Wage Increases

Oakland-based healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente (KP) and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions (CKPU) announced a four-year tentative agreement that addresses staffing shortages...

PYLUSD Adopts Mental Health Notification Policy

The Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) Board of Education approved a notification ordinance that requires all school and non-school counselors to notify...

California Students Call for Democracy in China in Memory of Tiananmen Square Incident

University students from six California universities organized and participated in a series of protests and vigils to mark the 34th anniversary of the...

Report Reveals Immigrants in Orange County Are at Risk for Deportation

The Orange County Justice Fund (OCJF) revealed the lack of necessary legal resources and funding for immigrants for legal proceedings within Orange County...

‘Malibu Sniper’ Found Guilty for Second Degree Murder

45-year-old Anthony Rauda was convicted for murdering Irvine resident Tristan Beaudette on May 26. Beaudette was a scientist and a father of two. Following...

City of Los Angeles Celebrates Memorial Day during Annual Fleet Week

The City of Los Angeles Fleet Week Foundation held its annual LA Fleet Week to honor veterans and military personnel for their service...

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