OCEA Media Brief
OCEA monitors local, state-wide and national news outlets to keep members up to date on the issues that impact working people. Media briefs are compiled and sent to members in a daily email blast. To receive OCEA media briefs, please register for an account.
November 14, 2018
Today: DA preps handoff to Spitzer; Costa Mesa city manager to depart with severance and, in Garden Grove, Goodbye GGFD, hello OCFA.
November 13, 2018
Today: The latest results in key OC races; Orange County honors veterans at Heroes Hall and, just 31% of Orange County rentals ranked as ‘affordable.'
November 9, 2018
Today: Track the latest results in key Orange County races; Spitzer, leading in DA results, and toll road agency to spend $5 million evaluating potential projects.
November 8, 2018
Today: O.C. fairgrounds to hold ‘Salute to Veterans’ on Saturday; wrapping up a purple shaded Election Day in OC and, strong Santa Ana winds expected this week, triggering fire fears
November 7, 2018
Today: Costa Mesa voters pick Katrina Foley as the city's first directly elected mayor, Election 2018: Some OC election races still too close to call and, homelessness legal settlements approved.
November 5, 2018
Today: Tomorrow is Election Day!; if all politics is local, then democracy is in real trouble, says columnist, and, Costa Mesa fire captain, hit by possible DUI driver while off-duty, dies.
November 2, 2018
Today: Check out Veterans Day deals for vets and active military on Nov. 11; there is a downside of moving your company out of state and, construction starts on Placentia Veterans Village.
November 1, 2018
Today: Free community event coming up on November 10th: “Salute to Veterans”; Fight fake news by supporting local news and, tax increases go before voters in seven OC cities.
October 31, 2018
Today: OC expands drug and alcohol rehab registration; L.A., O.C. rentals are overcrowded and, "Pop Up" mobile voting returns to Orange County.
October 30, 2018
Today: Breaking - Chris Prevatt Re-elected to the OCERS Board of Retirement; Santa Ana close to opening 200-bed shelter and, As hate crimes rise in Orange County, Don Han is the 1st responder.