Jan. 3, 2019
Jennifer Muir Beuthin, outgoing general manager for the Orange County Employees Association, talks about the challenges facing working families in Orange County as well as her own path as a woman up through Orange County political and labor circles, the #Me Too Movement as well as her own change in life moving on to motherhood and twins.
Norberto Santana Jr. outlines OC’s top issues to watch in 2019. Among these issues are the newly elected officials and where they will take the county, changes that may be coming to public safety, and how cities will evolve their approaches to issues like homelessness.
Together, we march for so many reasons — for equal pay in a county that has the largest pay gap among municipal workers in the state. For child care and family supporting policies. For health care as a human right. For respect and safety in a community that has been a breeding ground for hate groups targeting our neighbors for their race, religion and sexual identity.
ShakeAlertLA, an app created under the oversight of Mayor Eric Garcetti and the city, is designed to work with the U.S. Geological Survey's earthquake early warning system, which has been under development for years. It's designed to give users seconds — perhaps even tens of seconds — before shaking from a distant earthquake arrives at a user's location.
The bulk of the precipitation is to fall between Saturday midnight and noon Sunday, with snow reaching the 5,000- to 5,500-foot elevation level, and several inches expected above 6,000 feet.
One of the more awful lines repeated during the current shutdown is that federal employees are somehow not “real’ workers. These pictures below are just a small sample showing federal workers in action, making a difference.
Publication Date: January 3, 2019